Nerve decompression according to A.L. Dellon in Morton neuroma - A retrospective analysis
One year ago - By Journal of Plastic, Reconstructive & Aesthetic Surgery
First reported by Dellon et al. in 1992, nerve decompression by dissecting the deep transversal intermetatarsal ligament through a dorsal incision appears to be an reliable method for treating Morton's neuroma by addressing its underlying pathomechanism, since it should rather be considered a Morton entrapment. As there are no current studies dealing with Dellon's surgical technique, we carried out a retrospective analysis with the aim of showing that nerve decompression is an effective method to treat Morton's neuroma, one that considers its true pathology.
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