metatarsalgia


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Related to metatarsalgia: Morton's neuroma

metatarsalgia

[‚med·ə‚tär′sal·jē·ə]
(medicine)
Tenderness and burning pain in the metatarsal region.
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Complications include nonunion (10% to 12%), malunion (up to 20%), plantar keratosis if excessive plantar flexion, lateral metatarsalgia if excess dorsiflexion, under correction, and overcorrection with occurrence of hallux varus.
The occurrence of metatarsalgia was also related with pronation, with varus hindfoot, and with initial contact with the toe.
QI have suffered from a very painful foot condition called Metatarsalgia for the past five years.
So even if a person's feet are perfectly aligned, he or she may experience metatarsalgia if nothing is done to protect the balls of the feet.
This can lead to painful conditions such as metatarsalgia, an inflammation of the ligaments or tendons in the foot, or Morton's neuroma, an inflammation of a nerve, usually between the 3rd and 4th toes.
This can lead to painful conditions such as metatarsalgia (pain at the ball of the foot), or Mortons neuroma, an inflammation of a nerve, usually between the 3rd and 4th toes.