The Painful Foot in Adolescence
By this age normal variants are a less common cause for concern, and foot pain is more likely to result from a trauma, a structural cause, an infection, or, rarely, a tumor. An adolescent presenting with persisting foot pain should therefore be investigated to determine a diagnosis to explain their symptoms.
KeywordsSpina Bifida Complex Regional Pain Syndrome Plantar Fasciitis Tarsal Tunnel Medial Longitudinal Arch
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