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What are the complications of having a morton's neuroma removed?

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Dr. Jeffrey Kass
Podiatry
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In brief: A few.

Numbness, hematoma, pain, development of a stump neuroma, scar, swelling to name a few.

In brief: A few.

Numbness, hematoma, pain, development of a stump neuroma, scar, swelling to name a few.
Dr. Jeffrey Kass
Dr. Jeffrey Kass
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In brief: Pain

Complications associated with neuroma excision include increased pain, stump neuroma, continued numbness to toes, loss of sensation to name a few.

In brief: Pain

Complications associated with neuroma excision include increased pain, stump neuroma, continued numbness to toes, loss of sensation to name a few.
Dr. Christopher Pappas
Dr. Christopher Pappas
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Dr. Peter Ameglio
Orthopedic Surgery

In brief: The pain remains

If you have the wrong diagnosis the pain will not go away.

In brief: The pain remains

If you have the wrong diagnosis the pain will not go away.
Dr. Peter Ameglio
Dr. Peter Ameglio
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