Treve's disease

Treve's disease osteonecrosis of the sesamoids at the first metatarsophalangeal joint (see Table 1)
Table 1: Presentations of osteochondritis/osteochondrosis in the leg and foot
OCSite affectedTypeAge of onset (years)
Blount's diseaseProximal tibial epiphysisUnderdevelopment of medial epiphysis1–3; 6–13
Buschke's diseaseCuneiformsOssification anomaly11–15
Freiberg's diseaseSecond/third metatarsal headCrushing OC12–18
Iselin's diseaseBase of fifth metatarsalTraction apophysitis11–15
Kohler's diseaseNavicularCrushing OC3–7
Legg–Calve–Perthe diseaseCapital femoral epiphysisTrue OC2–16
Osgood–Schlatter diseaseTibial tuberosityTrauma-related11–15
Osteochondritis dissecansTalar dome
Lateral femoral condyle of knee
Osteonecrosis12–18
Sever's diseaseCalcaneal apophysisTraction apophysitis10–14
Sinding–Larson–Johansson diseasePatellaTraction apophysitis10–14
Treve's diseaseSesamoids (1 MTPJ)True OC15–20

1 MTPJ, first metatarsophalangeal joint.