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Morton’s neuroma, also known as Morton’s metatarsalgia or interdigital neuroma, is a health condition that involves perineural fibrosis and degeneration of the common digital nerve in the foot. It results from irritation or thickening of one nerve, which can cause severe pain between the toes or on the ball of the foot. It was first described in 1876 and is not a true neuroma, despite resulting in neuropathic pain.
Hot topics in the Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery

Hot topics in the Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery

Sonographically-guided alcohol injections for Morton's neuroma highly successful

Sonographically-guided alcohol injections for Morton's neuroma highly successful