Morton’s Neuroma – (& its formation).
Anatomy and formation of Morton’s Neuroma.
Symptom of Neuromas.
Pain on weight bearing, frequently after only a short time. The nature of the pain varies widely among individuals. Some people experience shooting pain affecting the contiguous halves of two toes. Others describe a feeling like having a pebble in their shoe or walking on razor blades. Burning, numbness, and paresthesia can also be experienced.
Morton’s neuroma lesions have been found using MRI in patients without symptoms