A tumor developed on, or connected with, a nerve, esp. one consisting of new-formed nerve fibers.
A proliferation of supporting ( Schwann) and nerve ( neurite) cells at the site of injury of a nerve.
after surgery a nerve may continue to grow producing an area which is tender on pressure.
A tumor arising in nerve cells.
a noncancerous tumor occurring in nerve tissue
Tumor arising from a nerve.
(Or Morton's Neuroma) A benign, soft tissue mass which forms on the nerve which runs between the metatarsals, in the ball of the foot. When two metatarsal bones are squeezed together, they pinch the nerve that runs between them. This squeezing together of the metatarsal bones is usually a result of narrow shoes, high heeled shoes, injury, or a biomechanical defect of the foot (such as loose ligaments, pronation, or arches which are too flat or high).
scar tissue that developes around the injured nerves. It can reduce or eliminate the ability of the nerve to send signals to the muscles.
excessive scar tissue in a damaged nerve
any tumor derived from cells of the nervous system
a benign (but very painful) swelling of a foot nerve
a benign growth of nerve tissue along a nerve pathway
a benign (not cancer ous) tumor of nerve tissue
a benign tumor of a nerve
a benign tumor or buildup of nerve tissue
a bundle of nerve endings
a common malady that usually occurs between the third and fourth metatarsophalangeal joints in the fore foot
a condition that occurs from repetitive injury to the nerve that is running under and between the metatarsal heads in that the nerve enlarges with scar tissue
a degenerated nerve,,,similar to a short circuiting electric wire
a growth containing many nerve cells
a mixture of regenerating nerves and scar tissue formed from the connective tissue forming the outside of the nerve
an enlargement and thickening of the nerve of the bottom of the foot, near the ball of the foot
an enlargement of the nerve as it travels between the bones at the base of the toes that form the ball of the foot
an entrapment of a small nerve in the foot
a nerve that has grown back on itself after being cut
an inflamed nerve
an irritated, swollen nerve in the ball of the foot, classically described as a pain in the ball of the foot located between the base of the third and fourth toes
an irritation to the outer cover of a nerve channel called the nerve sheath
a non-cancer growth in the foot
a noncancerous (benign) growth of nerve tissue that can develop in various parts of your body
a painful condition often referred to as a pinched nerve, swollen nerve, or nerve tumour
a pea-shaped mass of nerves that is being pinched between two bones of the foot - usually between the third and fourth toes and becomes thickened and painful
a pinched nerve at the ball of the foot
a pinched nerve between the toes that can cause pain, numbness and a burning sensation in the ball of the foot
a soft tissue mass which forms on a nerve, and invades the nerve itself
a sort of "nerve knot" that can form at the severed end of a nerve
a swelling in a nerve that's either inflamed or surrounded by inflamed tissue
a swelling of a part of a nerve caused when the nerve gets pinched
a swelling or scarring of a small nerve that connects to two of your toes and provides sensation to these toes
a thickening of nerve tissue that may develop in various parts of the body
a thickening of the nerve that arises from irritation of the nerve resulting in inflammation of the nerve sheath, or covering of the nerve and the formation of scar tissue around the nerve
a tumor and can occur anywhere there is a nerve
Benign growth originating on a nerve
Painful enlarged growths of nerves, usually between the third and fourth toe, causing burning, tingling or numbness.
general term for any benign tumor derived from nerve tissue.
A tangle of poorly developed nerve endings that resprout following a nerve injury.
A benign tumor composed of nerve cells; the scar tissue that forms when there is nerve damage.
A tumor or new growth largely made up of nerve fibers and connective tissue.
pl. neuromata A tumour upon a nerve or in nerve tissue.
Tumor or new growth largely made up of nerve cells and nerve fibers; a tumor growing from a nerve.
a tumor that starts in the nerve cells.
A tumour of a nerve.
The end of a nerve left after amputation, which continues to grow in a cauliflower shape. Neuromas can be troublesome, especially when they are in places where they are subject to pressure from the prosthesis socket.
Tumor derived from nerve cells, Peripheral- situated away from the corner of the central nervous system
A tumor that arises in nerve cells.
A neuroma is a tumor growth of nerve cells and fibres. It may occur at the end of an injured nerve fibre.
Swelling or tumor (generally benign) of nervous tissue or tangle of nerve filaments
Former term for any type of tumor composed of nerve cells.
neuro- nerve – oma, tumor] A general term for any neoplasm (growth) derived from cells of the nervous system.
A neuroma is any tumor of cells of the nervous system. They can be either benign or malignant.