hallux dolorosus

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hallux

 [hal´uks] (pl. hal´luces) (L.)
the great toe.
hallux doloro´sus a painful disease of the great toe, usually associated with flatfoot.
hallux flex´us hallux rigidus.
hallux mal´leus hammer toe affecting the great toe.
hallux ri´gidus painful flexion deformity of the great toe with limitation of motion at the metatarsophalangeal joint.
hallux val´gus angulation of the great toe toward the other toes of the foot.
hallux va´rus angulation of the great toe away from the other toes of the foot.

hal·lux do·lo·ro·'sus

a condition, usually associated with flatfoot, in which walking causes severe pain in the metatarsophalangeal joint of the great toe.
Synonym(s): painful toe

hal·lux do·lo·ro·sus

(hal'ŭks dō-lō-rō'sŭs)
A condition, usually associated with flatfoot, in which walking causes severe pain in the metatarsophalangeal joint of the great toe.

hallux dolorosus

Pain in the metatarsophalangeal joint of the great toe resulting from flatfoot.
See also: hallux
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He had a scare this week when Bale, who has scored five of Wales' eight goals during the Euro 2016 campaign, needed a scan on a painful toe following Real's goalless draw at Sporting Gijon on Sunday.
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Shoes can be difficult to wear due to bone spurs, and gait changes that were made to compensate for the painful toe can lead to other problems such as pain in other areas.
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