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Medial Cuneiform Bone Pain
Depending on who is using the term, bone pain can be used to describe a pain that seems very deep, as opposed to something more superficial, or the term can be limited to pain that arises from the bone itself. There are other potential causes of deep pain other than pain from the bone including pain from a pinched nerve ...Read more
11 year old female soccer player presents with minor, localized pain and swelling around the medial cuneiform bone (I'm pretty sure).
Hard to diagnose!!: Go to a good ped orthopedist will carefully examine her and get the correct x-rays to make the correct diagnosis. She then will have to be splinted correctly. ...Read more
What can cause tarsals, medial cuneiform bone to hurt? Metatarsal bone get numb and muscle hurt? And lateral cuneiform hurt when walking?
Go to the podiatrist: The region that you are describing is the midfoot and has too many structures, both soft tissue and bone, that can cause the symptoms you are describing. See the podiatrist. ...Read more
Low grade increased uptake in medial cuneiform bone with mild arthropathy soft tissue swelling metatarsal tarsal joint along soft tissue of the dorsum?
Yes: You can fracture any foot bone by misstepping. ...Read more
Yes: It is possible to do so. The cuneiform bones (3) are part of the main stable portion of your arch along with their associated metatarsals. Given the right situation they can be injured. There is a chance, however, that you injured the joint it is associated with and (lis franc) and can result in chronic pain, instability and arthritis. See foot specialist for evaluation, may need special test. ...Read more
Pain in right middle foot around the cuneiform bone. It's been 2weeks. What could it be? Any suggested home remedies? Should I visit ER to get it treated?
Visit a foot doctor: Not the ER this is not an emergency. ...Read more
Unsure what I did but woke up a week ago can't put pressure on my foot at all it's just getting worse I think its the metartarsal. Or cuneiform bone.
See a podiatrist: For clinical exam and x-rays.Get a more detailed answer ›
Intraosseous ganglion cyst of the intermediate cuneiform bone. Causes? I speed walk 8-10miles on concrete floor 5 days a week.
You didn't cause: It. Something's just happen.Get a more detailed answer ›
I have a large, hard, bump on my big toe, just above the cuneiform bone. Doesn 't look like wart nor is it painful. Benign?
Bump: Can u send a picture?Get a more detailed answer ›
Can a stress fracture of the intermediate cuneiform bone 2yrs develop a cyst, walk at unusually fast pace at work (8-10 miles a day)on concrete *pics*?
A knee landing on my foot caused a small fracture of cuneiform bone. I have molded splint now & they want to wait 2 weeks before a cast. Is that normal?
What could cause medial cuneiform pain? It comes and goes but there is no swelling or redness and OTC pain relievers don't help.
Foot pain: Foot pain at the medial cuneiform region may be due to a stress fracture or an imbalance of the central band of the longitudinal arch. You should be examined and x-rays should be taken. Are you wearing a surgical shoe or boot to limit the motion in the foot? You may need orthotics to stabilize the foot from excessive pronation. ...Read more
Please tell me MRI high signal identified within inner aspect medial cuneiform and lateral aspect of 3rd cuneiform along outer anterior aspect cuboid?
I'd need the images.: In creased signal can be due to marrow edema (swelling) or stress fracture. If it is rounded it may represent a bone cyst. There are many causes of increased signal, and it depends on what pulse sequence the signal is increased. Fat causes increased signal on t1, but is dark on stir. ...Read more
See a foot doc:
Was there an injury? Did you try anything yet treatment wise? Mwere xrays taken?
What is your foot type? I would recommend you go see a foot doctor in person.... ...Read more
I broke my foot (1st medial cuneiform) a week ago I had my cast removed still can not walk on it I have pain & swollen> is it normal & for how long?
I broke my foot (1st medial cuneiform)i was in cast for 5 weeks cast was removed 7dyas ago I still can't walk on it I have pain & swollen. Y& 4 how long?
I'll assume an x-ray was taken at 5 weeks and your doctor thought enough healing had occurred to discontinue the cast. If you are in a regular shoe I would suggest either a cam boot for an additional two weeks or a referral to physical therapy. If no x-ray was taken at 5 weeks then I would call your doctor and request a reevaluation.
Good luck. ...Read more
On and off bone pain for years in my left leg. I have hip tendonitis, pfps & medial plica syndrome in the same leg. Should I see my orth or a waste?
Depends: None of those conditions are life threatening, so it really depends on how much trouble you are having. If you have a significant problem, I would not hesitate to be seen as there many good treatment options available for each of those conditions. ...Read more
Assessment: Bone pain can be due to a lot of different things, some not major problems while others serious. When you & others post a question on this web site it would help to be more specific (assuming you have sufficient space). Where is the bone pain, how long have you had it, what seems to have brought it on, what have you tried re treatment, other medical issues, pertinent family history, etc. ...Read more
Does osteoarthritis cause bone pain or is it the deformation of bone pressing on nerves that cause pain?
My daughter is 6 and she is complaining about bone pain to the point that is affecting her at school what could it be?
Many possibilities: Take her to a pediatrician for an exam. That's the best first step. If tests are needed, follow through. If there is no physical finding, find a good child psychologist to help clarify problems she might be having with others in school, socially or even at home. Nip whatever it is early - her health and adjustment will be much better if you do. ...Read more
See below: Sounds like you have coccydynia or 'tailbone pain'. This can occur with trauma to the tail bone, abnormally positioned coccyx, or poor sitting posture. Try using a good lumbar support to help shift your pelvis forward. This will put the pressure on your ischium. (bottom part of pelvic bone), and will shift the weight off of your coccyx (tailbone). ...Read more
Bone is a living growing tissue made mostly of collagen (protein that provides soft framework) & the mineral calcium phosphate that adds strength & hardens the framework. Two types of bone are found in the body; cortical (dense compact outer layer) & trabecular (makes up inner layer, ...Read more
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