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December 18, 2005 by  
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Superhuman or just a small bone in the foot?

We all know that people are different from each other. Her aunt Ofelia is unlike nothing teenage son and has little resemblance to his boss to the guy who was in love with in second year. But we all have things in common, otherwise it would not the man. As the number of bones of our body. We all have 206, right? Well ... not necessarily. Another definition of humanity must be found, since some people (who are probably Homo sapiens) additional bones were spinning. This is not an indicator that they are the next step in evolution, or they come from another planet and therefore has special powers. Sometimes people just extra bone.

These extra bones, called ossicles accessories can appear in the foot. They usually occur because a small piece of bone (a growth center bone) does not merge with the rest of the bone mass during childhood, when the cartilage is more in the bones. Sometimes the condition can be caused by trauma to age (also known as injuries) as well.

Extra bone may appear in many places foot, although more often in places. These include the accessory navicular bone (also called the sternum or tibia bone navicular bone), which occurs Within your average foot, the trine operating system shows just behind the talus (astragalus), I found the Peroneum adjacent to the cuboid bone (on the outside of the foot near the heel) and the operating system Vesalinum also occurs outside of the foot near the base of the fifth metatarsal (long bone that with the four other metatarsals, is the midfoot).

Symptoms

Having extra bone is not always a good thing (even if could make an interesting conversation starter at dinner) because these accessory bones do not cause symptoms. In fact, the first time you realize that they can be when you get an x-ray of some something completely different.

Unfortunately, despite the usual good behavior, these bones occasionally cause problems. You can make a bony prominence under the skin rubbing inside the shoe or painful to bear weight. This importance can be red or swollen. Additional bone may also disrupt the functioning (or be a symptom of failure of structures) of the tendons of the foot, which can cause pain or pain dramatically. Sometimes, these bones may hold additional bones of other movements properly, causing joint pain and reduced mobility in joints.

Diagnosis

Your podiatrist is aware that some people have more bones in their feet and not be scared when you go with symptoms (or if the bone is simply an unrelated X-ray). To diagnose the disease, the doctor may ask about your symptoms you have lived, could put pressure on the bony prominence to determine if there is any discomfort, and can demonstrate the motion of your joints, muscle strength, and check how you walk. To make a definitive diagnosis, X-rays or other imaging methods are often suggested.

Treatment

Fortunately, there are many ways to treat this condition that do not involve surgery. (And some of you can sort of want to keep that secret extra bones.) As general involve the reduction of inflammation by RICE method (rest, ice, compression and elevation), drugs (like ibuprofen or treatment drugs), physical therapy (if muscle strength is a problem), and orthopedic appliances (which may reduce pressure on the bony prominence and associated tendons help sick). Models are also sometimes used to rest your feet and allow time for the swelling disappears.

If these treatments do not help much, then surgery might be a good option. (You will lose that extra fresh bone, but you'll be able to walk more easily.) General Surgery involves removing the bone and, possibly, to correct problems associated with tendons.

Whatever the treatment, you always know you have (or had) a little something something about you that is not only over the course of the ordinary. It is at least a little, just a little superhuman. More or less.

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