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great toe

(grāt tō)
The first digit of the foot.
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Based in Alpharetta, Georgia, Cartiva's lead product, a unique synthetic cartilage implant, received US Premarket Approval in July 2016 for its initial indication, osteoarthritis at the base of the great toe.
A 30-year-old man from India visited the orthopedic clinic in Doha (Qatar) complaining of painless, progressive soft tissue swelling of the great toe since 2 years.
has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Cartiva Inc., a private orthopedic device company focused on the treatment of osteoarthritis of the great toe. The transaction will add a differentiated PMA-approved technology for a high-volume foot and ankle procedure and further accelerates growth opportunities in Wright's global Extremities business.
Agili-C was implanted in a series of trials conducted in leading centers in Europe and Israel, in over 400 patients with cartilage lesions in the knee, ankle and great toe. In these trials, the implant was used to treat a broad spectrum of cartilage lesions, from single focal lesions to multiple and large defects in patients suffering from osteoarthritis.
Wright Medical Group announced it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Cartiva, a private orthopaedic medical device company focused on treatment of osteoarthritis of the great toe. The transaction will add a differentiated PMA-approved technology for a high-volume foot and ankle procedure and further accelerates growth opportunities in Wright's global Extremities business.
Minor amputation was done on all the salvaged limbs which included great toe disarticulation in seven patients, other toe disarticulation in nine patients and forefoot amputation was needed in twenty patients (80%).
Cobbett, "Free digital transfer: report of a case of transfer of a great toe to replace an amputated thumb," Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery, vol.
Caption: Figure 4: Axial T1 fat-saturated magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) of the foot obtained with gadolinium contrast administration demonstrated marginal erosions at the great toe interphalangeal joint, associated synovitis, and bone marrow enhancement (black arrows).
A 20-year-old female presented with asymptomatic linear pits with comedo like plugs on left sole extending from heel along the medial border of foot upto tip of left great toe along the Blaschko's lines (Figure 1).
Would you believe it, my first patient arrived requiring a steroid injection due to an arthritis great toe! They 'limited' in, but walked oat of the clinic.
The most commonly used test site was the great toe (plantar surface or dorsal surface).
A 67-year-old healthy female patient without personal or family history of skin cancer presented for skin cancer examination, which revealed an asymmetric, irregular brown macula on the plantar side of the right great toe, approximately 15 mm in diameter (Figure 1(a)).