Paresthesia and hypesthesia in the dorsum of the foot as the presenting complaints of a ganglion cyst of the foot.

@article{Casal2010ParesthesiaAH,
  title={Paresthesia and hypesthesia in the dorsum of the foot as the presenting complaints of a ganglion cyst of the foot.},
  author={Diogo Casal and Tiago Bilhim and Diogo Pais and Maria Am{\'e}lia Almeida and Jo{\~a}o Goyri O'Neill},
  journal={Clinical anatomy},
  year={2010},
  volume={23 5},
  pages={606-10}
}
Although ganglion cysts of the foot represent a substantial amount of lumps in this region, they rarely cause peripheral nerve symptoms. We describe the clinical case of a 43-year-old female with complaints in the previous three months of hypesthesia and paresthesia in the anterior portion of the medial half of the dorsum of her left foot that extended into the first interdigital cleft. She associated the start of her neurological symptoms to the appearance of a lump in the dorsum of the foot… CONTINUE READING