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I have a hard bump on the up side of the left foot, it use to hurt but not anymore, it could be from trauma but i am not sure, i am worried because i do not remember if i hit my foot or not, when i rub my feet i feel like a little mountain, really hard.


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replied November 11th, 2008
Inflammatory and Abnormal Cell Disorders Answer A4858
Current medical status: a bump on my left foot, not sure if because of trauma or shoes
Current medical treatment: norvasc

“A hard bump” on the upper side of the foot is generally considered as a tumor that could originate from the skin, subcutaneous fat tissue or underlying tissues (muscles, tendons, joints, bones, blood vessels…).

You could consult a plastic surgeon about this “bump”.



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