Jun 1, 1976

Weight-bearing deficiency of the 1st metatarsal ray

Revue de chirurgie orthopédique et réparatrice de l'appareil moteur
M Meyer, Tomeno

Abstract

The authors have analysed a special disturbance of the statics and dynamics of the forefoot - deficient weight-bearing on the first metatarsal ray whilst walking. From the clinical point of view, the condition resulted in the development of a dorsal bunion and metatarsalgia. Forty-nine cases were treated and seven causative factors were discovered: Club foot, Paralysis, Congenital deformity, Fracture-dislocation of Lisfranc's joint, Sequelae of surgery for hallux valgus, Sequelae of subtaler arthrodesis, "Functional" abnormality.

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Todd Paralysis
Hallux Valgus
Structure of Tarsometatarsal Joint
Dislocations
Forefoot of Quadruped
Forefoot, Human
Congenital Clubfoot
Foot Deformities, Acquired
Metatarsalgia
Forepaw

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