Tarsal tunnel syndrome results from compression of a nerve that runs through a narrow passage behind the inner ankle bone down to the heel. It can cause pain anywhere along the bottom of the foot. It can occur with:
Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and the dorsiflexion-eversion test can diagnose this syndrome.
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