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The image revealed a flattened compressible mass superficial to the flexor tendon on the 3rd metatarsophalangeal joint. Slightly relocating the transducer toward the heel, we found another mass emerging from the 3rd intermetatarsal space, a common region for Morton’s neuroma. Under dynamic tracking, the connecting stalk between the intermetatarsal mass and the lesion overlying the 3rd toe flexor tendon might be considered as another hint for tendon-sheath related pathology. Its heteroechoic appearance and hypervasculairty were compatible with submetatarsal bursitis.