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... I had a punch biopsy done on my toe to check for nerve damage on foot over 2 years ago and I have chronic pain in toe and ball of foot ever since. It hurts terribly to put weight on ball of foot. If anyone has had this problem, please help. ... (0 replies)
... A year later I my big toe swelled up. I went to doctor who told me to go to wound care. I told wound care. They said it was just because my foot was swollen. That was two years ago. ... (0 replies)
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Fusion of Big Toe
Apr 24, 2009
... turnover osteoporosis, which has caused nonunions in all of my surgeries. ... (162 replies)
... there is the beginning of a similar spot on the right leg!!! ... (3 replies)
... a PT eventually surmised the glass had cut deep enough to disturb the outer layer of heel bone, leading to the growth. ... (0 replies)
... Haven't been here in a long long time. Just stopped in to see if some of the old timers are still here. I saw this post and had to add my 2cents worth. I have 3 doxis. I've had over 13 surgeries. ... (15 replies)
Foot neuropathy
Feb 22, 2008
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... Thank you for the praise, but there were times when I would have pity parties with everyone here. My problems started with a small toe that would break almost every day or so. ... (22 replies)
... Mine is one of going to an orth first. He did a bone biopsy, then recommended amputating the little toe. ... (8 replies)
... I know it is a lot. The first batch was in different parts of foot, top, bottom, heal, toes. We had a hard time pinpointing the problems. I haven't had one since oct 06. ... (9 replies)
Need Help Again
Oct 18, 2006
... bone biopsy. was inclucisive. she ran a PICC line for 6 weeks. didn't make a difference in mri. since then I have had 6 surgeries. Somehow, there was a type of infections there. the last 3 surgeries showed that. ... (1 replies)
... this all started with a diagnosis of osteomittis. that was according to the mri. I had a picc line for 6 weeks, but it didn't make a difference. The bone biopsy was inclusive. I had another mri before surgery as doc wanted to make sure the bones hadn't changes. ... (19 replies)
... a week. I would just tape it to the other toe and be done with with it. Hubby heard to break on day and insisted I go see doc. ... (6 replies)
... Hi all, just came back from my dr. For those who don't know, I'll keep it short. Started with broken little toe left foot. Mri's etc showed ostoamolitis, went on PICC line for 6 weeks. not better. ... (6 replies)
... ctions. had biopsy,possible infections, had picc line for 6 wks. found new dr. old one wanted to amputate little toe, new podiatrist surgeon removed about half of the bones in the little toe, I found it hard to walk afterwards, test showed neuroma. ... (8 replies)
... I'm sure none of that will be needed, but for 6 months i've not been able to do much. Had bone biopsy, 6 weeks PICC line, toe really hurts more now than before. ... (3 replies)
... I got the biopsy back, It is a bone infection. I go to see the Infectious disease spec. in two days. The best we came up with is that sometime in the past, one of my many accidents to the foot cause bacteria to enter and it took up residency in my little toe. The stitches have come out, but I still can't put on shoes. ... (36 replies)
... eks after the surgery. That cleared up but I was diagnosed almost four weeks ago with a bone infection near my big toe. They did an Indium scan and then a bone biopsy to confirm the diagnosis. ... (36 replies)
... Bless your heart, it sounds like it was a bad infection. I've had the MRI and it show the 3rd bone in my little toe is destroyed, from the top of it the the bottom, where is joins the foot itself. The biopsy whould tell him what antibioatics he needs to use. ... (36 replies)

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