hallux rigidus(redirected from stiff toe)
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.
a condition in which stiffness appears in the first metatarsophalangeal joint; usually associated with the development of bone spurs on the dorsal surface.
Synonym(s): stiff toe
a painful deformity of the great toe, limiting motion at the metatarsophalangeal joint.
hal·lux rigi·dus(hal'ŭks rij'i-dŭs)
A condition in which there is stiffness in the first metatarsophalangeal joint; the joint may be the site of osteoarthritis.