Calcaneal Spur

Heel pain is caused by Calcaneal Spurs. Calcaneal Spurs can occur anywhere along the calcaneal tuberosity. Calcaneal Spurs are most commonly found at the insertion of the plantar fascia. A heel spur is a condition, characterized by accumulation and lump formation of thick calcium deposits. Calcaneal Spurs are medically termed as Osteophytes. Calcaneal Spurs are present as prominent bulging at the base of the feet. Calcaneal Spurs can form in various shapes and sizes. Symptoms of Calcaneal Spur may include small, visible bone-like protrusion under the heel, inflammation and swelling, a mild pain in the heel throughout the day, severe pain in the heel when standing up in the morning, tenderness at the bottom of the heel, heat radiating from the affected area.

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A Ganglion is a nerve cell bunch, or a gathering of nerve cell bodies situated in the autonomic nervous system and sensory system. A Ganglion cyst is a round, fluid-filled lump of tissue that usually appears along tendons or joints. It typically occurs on the wrist or hand, but it can also appear on the ankle or foot. Ganglions are fundamentally comprised of somatic and dendritic structures which are packaged or associated. Ganglion regularly interconnect with other Ganglion to shape a mind-boggling arrangement of ganglia known as a plexus. Ganglion give transfer focuses and delegate associations between various neurological structures in the body, for example, the peripheral and focal sensory systems.

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