(1997) el vientre muscular de la cabeza oblicua del musculo aductor del hallux
es mas desarrollado que el de la cabeza transversa.
The most common cause worsening the quality of life of people affected by hallux
valgus is pain [1,2], which intensifies especially when walking, when the deformity rubs against the shoe.
Una de las deformidades mas comunes del pie con una prevalencia del 28,4% en adultos es el hallux
valgus (HV), que aparece con mayor frecuencia en mujeres y aumenta con la edad (1).
We evaluated patients who were diagnosed with grade 3-4 hallux
rigidus and treated with hemiarthroplasty, between January 2013 and December 2015 (Figure 1.
At this time pressures are recorded by sensors located under the fifth metatarsal bone and under the hallux
The results illustrated that when the stability of the first TMT joint was restored, the additional load born by hallux
and the second metatarsal would be redistributed again to the first MH by the "load transfer" mechanism, the forefoot plantar pressure will therefore be balanced.
Doppler ultrasound of the lower extremities was performed due to the involvement of the right hallux
. Ultrasound revealed the absence of flow in the anterior and posterior tibial arteries and the dorsalis pedis and plantar arteries.
Multivariate analysis revealed that BUA, SOS, QUI, and eBMD were independently associated with age, male gender, BMI, HbA1c (for SOS and eBMD only), and the following somatic and autonomic nerve function parameters (model 1): PMN and SSN amplitude, VPT hallux
(for BUA and eBMD only), HR response to cough test (CT ratio, for eBMD only) and standing (30:15, for QUI and eBMD only), and, inversely, resting HR (for SOS and eBMD only).
It also revealed right hallux
valgus deformity and peritendinous calcification of bilateral patellar tendons.
Notable is an asymmetric, irregular brown macula on the plantar side of the right hallux
, approximately 15 mm in diameter (a).
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The software automatically divided the foot into 10 masked zones: hallux
(T1), toes 2-5 (T2-5), first to fifth metatarsals (M1, M2, M3, M4, and M5), midfoot (MF), medial heel (MH), and lateral heel (LH) (Figure 2).