swollen bone

My doctor thought I had a fibrous calcaneonavicular coalition, and ruled it out through MRI and CT scan. He now says that the MRI shows that one of the bones in my foot (not a joint, a bone) is swollen. What is this called/how is it treated/what are the causes? He said it was very rare so I don't know if you've even heard of it, but I would hoping maybe I can get some answers before I have a chance to see my MD again. Thanks.

Posted By Meagan on September 30, 2003 at 15:05:54:

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