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Question 1: A 44 year old male presents complaining of pain to the ball of his right foot.He denies any trauma and states the pain has been present for over 2 years. He states that he is just too busy to come to the doctor, but today his wife made him make the appointment. Based on the clinical picture from his exam below, what is the most likely diagnosis?

  1. Morton’s neuroma

  2. Hauser’s neuroma

  3. Iselin’s neuroma

  4. Heuter’s neuroma


Reference: Miller SJ, Nakra A. Morton’s Neuroma. McGlamry’s Forefoot Surgery. 2004. Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.


Question 2: A 28 year old male presents complaining of frequent ankle sprains of his right foot. Below is a clinical photograph. Upon examination the loss of the Achilles reflex on both feet was noted. Patellar reflex was present bilateral. Decreased vibratory and proprioceptive sensations were also noted bilaterally. He reports no significant medical history. From the options listed below, what would be the next most logical treatment decision?

  1. Custom foot orthotic

  2. Custom ankle foot orthotic

  3. Neurological consultation

  4. Coleman block test


Reference: Downey MS, Yarnel DJ. Charcot Marie Tooth Disease. McGlamery’s Comprehensive Textbook of Foot and Ankle Surgery. 2013. Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.

ABFAS Foot Surgery Question Bank

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