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Morton’s neuroma is a common cause of forefoot pain. Although it is given the name neuroma, it is well recognised that this is not a nerve tumour but rather represents a combination of inflammatory changes around the interdigital nerve with inter metatarsal bursitis. Some author’s seem to differentiate between these two conditions however it is likely that in most cases a combination of both is present. The clinical pictures is typical. The patients complain of forefoot pain particularly on walking which may be accompanied by a tingling or numb sensation in the involved toes. The commonest interspaces involved are the 2nd/3rd and 3rd/4th.
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