Role of imaging methods in diagnosis and treatment of Morton's neuroma

Fernando Ruiz Santiago, Pablo Tomás Muñoz, Patel Pryest, Alberto Martinez Martínez, Nicolás Prados Olleta
World Journal of Radiology 2018 September 28, 10 (9): 91-99
Among the many causes of forefoot pain, Morton's neuroma (MN) is often suspected, particularly in women, due to its high incidence. However, there remain controversies about its relationship with symptomatology and which diagnostic and treatment choices to choose. This article mainly focuses on the role of the various imaging methods and their abilities to support an accurate diagnosis of MN, ruling out other causes of forefoot pain, and as a way of providing targeted imaging-guided therapy for patients with MN.

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