What is an exostectomy?


Exostectomy is the process of removing bony bumps on the bones on the foot. This is required to prevent future damage to the growth of nerves and tendons. Common causes that lead to this is recurring foot or ankle injuries.
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Exostectomy is the process of getting rid of bony bumps on the bones. These bones can differ in size, location and number, depending on the person. Any bone can be affected and the
Orthopedics The surgical excision of an exostosis or other bony bump. See Exostosis, Subungual exostosis.
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