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I would like to know something more on morton nuerosis. What is the treatment?

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Morton neurosis is a disease of a foot, characterized by a sudden cramplike pain in the metatarsal area radiating to the 4th and 5th toe and sometimes to the calf of the leg.
Common causes are compression of the plantar nerve by a tumor, arthritic changes, or bursitis. Foot may remain tender and sore for some time after attack, which may outburst firstly in amount of two attacks in a week and then none for a year. Recurrences of attacks are very variable and tend to become more frequent. Between attacks, there are no symptoms or physical signs. Morton neurosis occurs in middle-aged females and occasionally in males. Treatment for morton's neurosis is successful method of operation.
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