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where would bloodclots be in your foot?

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Dr. Robert Killian
General Practice 28 years experience
No Where: Please re-submit this question with a bit of context or history. There is not normally any common 'blood clots' in the foot situation in medicine.
Dr. Ashley Vanderloop
Podiatry 13 years experience
Blood clots: Small vessel disease is possible in the foot which can affect circulation. There may or may not be blood clots that form in the microvasculature in the foot. Bruising is a form of a blood clot as well. Hope this helps!

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What type of fibromatosis grows on top of the foot?

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Possible desmoid?: Most fibromatoses of the foot occurs on the bottom (plantar) surface. There is a type of benign tumor that is very invasive called a desmoid fibromatosis or desmoid tumor. I would be concerned that a lump on the top (dorsal) surface of the foot could be this, which is aggressive. A ganglion cyst is another possibility. See a doctor for possible imaging and biopsy.
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A 48-year-old member asked:

I slipped and fell on my foot last night and it curled and twisted under me .Is it worth a trip to the e.R?

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Let pain guide you: If you twisted your ankle and it has minimal pain and swelling, you just need to be ginger with it until the ligaments heal. If the pain is on a bone and not in the soft tissues below the ankle, it may require an xray. Your description of your injury is likely a sprain, not requiring an er visit. Rest, ice, compression. Elevation. Ibuprofen for good measure if painful.
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Can you get a bloodclot in your foot?

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What makes girls' feet smelly?

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Dr. Charlene Sojico
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Sweaty feet: having reaction with the footwear ,contact dermatitis ,athletes foot. Avoid closed toes and wearing socks. May use talc powder, Dr.Scholl's or the like to keep feet dry.If it is the footwear, you can put tea bags to absorb the smell.See your doctor if no better,may refer you to derm.

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