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Causes Of Ankle Tumor
What should I do about my hamstrings? I had back surgery to remove a benign tumor in my lower back around two years ago. The tumor caused non-stop pain from my lower back to my ankles to the point where i was pretty much bedridden. This lasted for eight m
From : From the sounds of your description, the tumor that was removed had some involvement of the spinal cord or the nerves of the cauda equina descending from the cord. Your description of pain is consistent with a continued neurologic cause of the ongoing pain. This could be from post operative scar tissue about the nerves of the cauda equina or just residuals from damage caused by the original tumor. The recommendations of your physical therapist appear correct, however, there can often be additional measures taken to improve your tolerance of the therapy activities. My recommendation would be to engage the care of a physician specializing in physical medicine and rehabilitation to best guide your recovery. Considerations would be for medications to calm the nerves or consider medications for muscle spasticity if indicated. ...Read more
"tumor" literally translates as "mass", so even a fresh bruise could be called a "tumor". Doctors use the term "neoplasm" (tranlates literally as new growth) to describe tumors that are abnormal growths of cells. These may be benign or malignant; "malignant" = cancer. In everyday usage, we use "tumor" ...Read more
Can a benign brain tumor cause severe muscle and nerve pain on the left side of the body from the shoulder down to the ankle?
How bad is subcutaneous soft tissue swelling at the medial aspect of the ankle ? I've had this for a yeah now. Can this turn in tumor cells?
I have a tumor on my ankle by my tendon. The drs are going to sever the artery feeding it. What is the recovery of a severed ankle artery?
It depends,,,: There are no specific studies of the recovery of a particular artery, but given your age and the fact that this artery supplies your tumor and likely not the rest of your ankle, you shouldn't be affected and should make a full recovery. Best of luck. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
6 yo boy has localized pain a couple inches above left ankle for about 10 days. Dr. said to do Xray or wait 1 week. Risky to wait? Concern for tumor?
Need history &: physical findings to hazard a guess as to whether his localized pain is from tumor, trauma or infection. If he "twisted his ankle" 10 days ago, an X-ray would show disruption of the cortex of the tibia or fibula, if fractured. Is the pain on the medial or lateral side of his leg? Can he bear weight on that leg? Does he limp? Does the site have swelling, redness, heat or tenderness to touch? ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No: Av malformation just means that the arteries connect straight to the veins, bypassing capillaries. The blood will still flow normally back to the heart, it just may have a little bit of oxygen in it still (since all of it did not go into capillaries and supply to the soft tissues and bones). Av malformation just causes problems locally, if at all. Sometimes it's just an incidental finding. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hi I'm 5 days post op having tumors removed from my R foot and ankle. I've. Been having An issue with numbness tingling severely cold feet and cramps?
With a history of benign,and rare, tumours would my oncologist want to remove a painful lipoma in foot causing alot of swelling pain fr the ankle down?
Why not?: Sounds like it should goGet a more detailed answer ›