'intrinsic minus' foot

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'intrinsic minus' foot

within-foot effect of motor neuropathy, characterized by loss of intrinsic muscle function, resultant digital contracture, plantar metatarsal head prominence and increased forefoot plantar loading during ambulation; a major contributor to development of 'diabetic claw foot'
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How likely is it that a patient will have an isolated neuropathy (abnormal monofilament test) without associated abnormalities on inspection such as hammer toes, hallux valgus, intrinsic minus foot, abnormal sweating, onychomycosis, or cracking?