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entrapment neuropathies

A neuroma is a benign tumor of a nerve. It can affect any nerve in the body. It is sometimes refereed to as a pinched nerve. The most common in the foot is Morton's neuroma.
Morton's neuroma is not actually a tumor - it is really a thickening of the tissue surrounding nerve leading to the toes. The swelling of the nerve is often the cause of symptoms.

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