Arthroscopic-assisted correction of hallux valgus deformity
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AbstractHallux valgus is a common foot deformity with multiple causes; it is commonly accepted that the deformity begins with primary soft tissue changes that subsequently progress to bone and joint problems. The exact etiology is not specified, but the pathanatomy results with the classic three-dimensional deformity of a valgus deviated hallux, widened 1,2 intermetatarsal space, and pronated great toe with a laterally subluxed sesamoid complex; these are associated with progressive changes in the lesser toes.
All Author(s) ListLing SKK, Lui TH
All Editor(s) ListScuderi Giles R., Tria Alfred J.
Book titleMinimally Invasive Surgery in Orthopedics
Pages803 - 809
LanguagesEnglish-United Kingdom

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