PLANTAR FIBROMATOSIS

By Gary M. White, MD

Palmar and plantar fibromatosis A nodule on the sole along with early Dupytren's contracture.


Plantar fibromatosis presents as a slow growing, firm, dermal nodule on the medial half of the midfoot. Most lesions are asymptomatic but pain on walking may be a problem. Contractions usually do not occur.

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A variant on the palms may also occur.
Nodular fibromatosis of the palm

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