Congenital lesser toe abnormalities

Foot and Ankle Clinics
Ho-Seong Lee, Woo-Chun Lee

Abstract

The treatment of congenital abnormalities of the lesser toes should be individualized to the pathology present. Goals of treatment include pain relief, proper alignment of the toes, and comfort with wearing shoes. Meticulous surgical technique can minimize complications and optimize clinical outcomes for these patients.

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