Our hen Amaryllis turned up lame last winter, and we could see nothing wrong with her leg or foot. We confined her to hospital pen and dipped her leg in Permethrin, then later tried Denagard, and finally Baytril. After 6 weeks in hospital pen, the last 9 days of which she was on Baytril,she appeared to be sound, and we let her out. She's been with the flock since, without any apparent problems. A few days ago I noticed she had a slight limp. Today she was extremely lame, and her foot, leg, and joints were seemed sore to touch. She has a bit of heat in the foot. I see no entry point on the foot which would indicate possible bumblefoot, although she has a weird dirty looking patch between her toes, I do believe it is dirt, or some kind of stain. But on her leg, maybe an inch about her toe, is a strange oval small lump. The lump itself does not seem to be painful to touch. It is hard to see, but please review picture below and give me your thoughts. Could this be bumblefoot moving up into the leg? And if so, why would it not be a lot worse than it was a month ago? (She's lame on the same leg as before). Or, could this be MS? We have had some problems with MS in the past year. I'm just worried about the lump though. My husband thinks it looks very strange..I just think it looks like it might be some kind of deformity on her leg. She's back in hospital pen, on Baytril, starting tonight. Eating and drinking well. Thoughts?