Solid mass lesion
She has suffering from leg pain due to well defined lobulated soft tissue solid mass lesion measuring 4.6×4.4×2.4cm approximately noted that at the plantar side of the first and second metatarsal bones which is between the bones and flexor tendon.tendon are displaced inferiourly.there is slight encasement of flexor hallucis longus tendon
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Hello.. Well you need to consult the orthopaedician with the report as well as get evaluated the mass itself to know what the lesion is exactly..it can be Amy bony mass, ganglion etc...need to see before coming to a conclusion...thank you
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