Several reports demonstrated that the interdigital neuroma is a form of entrapment neuropathy. Nonoperative measures may provide satisfactory results to some patients, but surgical treatment seems to provide more predictable results and lasting pain relief. Neurectomy remains the most commonly used procedure for the treatment of interdigital neuritis through a plantar or a dorsal approach. Outcome results after neurectomy note a failure rate of 2% to 35%.





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