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I have parkinsons .My left foot keeps turning in and in doing

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I have parkinsons .My left foot keeps turning in and in doing so seems to pull muscle or ligament up the inside of my leg so my knee is swollen and painful .doc says I have phybetisis.very painful to walk .veins on my inside lower leg and thigh large and lumpy .any answer ? Ann
Submitted: 2 years ago.
Category: Medical
Expert:  Dr. Chip replied 2 years ago.
Hi Ann. So does your doctor say you have superficial phlebitis--a problem with the superficial leg veins and not a clot in a deep vein? And I'm not exactly sure what your question is about this?