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An 18-year-old girl has bilateral leg pain. It occurs shortly after she begins running and is improved with rest. When she tries to continue running, she gets paresthesias on the dorsum of the foot. She has normal x-rays. What is the next step in evaluation?
Resting MRI bilateral tibiae
Venous doppler ultrasound
Non-invasive arterial vascular studies
Post-exercise compartment pressure measurement
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