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The most common cause of pain in an amputation stump especially those resulting from traumatic injuries is
|A||Development of callosity|
|B||A neuroma located near the end of the stump|
|C||Ischaemia of the muscle and soft tissues at the tip of the stump|
|D||Necrosis of the skin at the tip of the stump.|
A neuroma located near the end of the stump
The neuroma can be palpated at a specified spot on the suture line. The second cause is a piece of bone not covered by pad of soft tissue or covered by skin graft.