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I have odd subdermal bumps on my foot. Anyclue as to what these might be?
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Dr. Jeffrey Kass
Podiatry
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In brief: Depends
Depends where they are located.
If they are around the sides of the heels, this is piazogenic papules = herniated fat and nothing to worry about. Another possibility are plantar fibromas if on the bottom of the feet. But, you should never full around with "bumps". See a podiatrist or dermatologist.

In brief: Depends
Depends where they are located.
If they are around the sides of the heels, this is piazogenic papules = herniated fat and nothing to worry about. Another possibility are plantar fibromas if on the bottom of the feet. But, you should never full around with "bumps". See a podiatrist or dermatologist.
Dr. Jeffrey Kass
Dr. Jeffrey Kass
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1 doctor agrees
In brief: Many Things
There are several things these could be.
Cysts, fibroma, lipomas. Most all of these are benign. If they begin to hurt more or grow larger i would have them checked by a physician. It would be helpful to see a physician now to get a base line on whwere the bumps are now so it will be easier to track them and see if there are any changes to them.

In brief: Many Things
There are several things these could be.
Cysts, fibroma, lipomas. Most all of these are benign. If they begin to hurt more or grow larger i would have them checked by a physician. It would be helpful to see a physician now to get a base line on whwere the bumps are now so it will be easier to track them and see if there are any changes to them.
Dr. Johnnie Alston
Dr. Johnnie Alston
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In brief: Small lipomas
It is common to have small dermal bumps inside of the heel and also on the tops of toes.

In brief: Small lipomas
It is common to have small dermal bumps inside of the heel and also on the tops of toes.
Dr. Alan Ettinger
Dr. Alan Ettinger
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Dr. Randy Lisch
As an alternative, if they are around the heel area they may be small fat globules that are typically called Piezogenic papules.
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