hallux valgus


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hallux valgus

n
(Pathology) an abnormal bending or deviation of the big toe towards the other toes of the same foot
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hallux valgus

n hallux valgus m, desviación f del dedo gordo hacia dentro
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Tibial nerve block was reported as a safe and effective method for controlling pain after outpatient surgery of hallux valgus (Burton et al.
In the human body, what is a hallux valgus more commonly known as?
Osteotomies in the surgical treatment of hallux valgus
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Alteraciones podologicas (1,2,3,4): Se valoro durante la exploracion clinica y se registro la presencia de deformidades, como son el hallux valgus y deformidades digitales.
Among all foot problems, three types of foot deformation occur with a high prevalence, namely pes valgus, hallux valgus and pes cavus [9-11].
Abnormalities associated with the metatarsophalangeal (MTP) joints include hallux valgus of the first MTP joint and instability of the lesser MTP joints, especially the second toe.
Positive correlations were found between body mass index and foot length, metatarsal width, heel width, medial longitudinal arch contact width and halluxvalgus angle; between ballet starting age and metatarsal width, heel width; between duration of training and foot length, metatarsal width and hallux valgus angle (p?
Peripheral neuropathy and bilateral hallux valgus were present in all three patients.
MTP dislocations are often noted in 2nd toes in association with hallux valgus deformities, especially in patients with a long second MT relative to the 1st MT [6, 7].
A pertinent physical examination revealed a surgical scar on the patient's left knee, a hallux valgus deformity on his left foot with compromised joint function, and painless bony prominences on that same foot.