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History:A 67-year-old gentleman presented with 40-year history of pain in the ball of his left foot. He was experiencing burning pain, tingling sensation and swelling. His foot was painful with every step and he couldn’t bear the weight of bed sheets on his foot. The pain was impacting his quality of life through restricting his mobility and he was concerned about his ability to keep working. He had previously sought treatment, including two cortisone injections, which provided only temporary relief.
Morton’s Neuroma Removed