tailor's bunion

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tailor's bunion

tailor's bunion

transverse-plane and rotational fifth-ray deformity, characterized by fifth metatarsal abduction, hypertrophy of lateral aspect of fifth metatarsal head, adduction and varus rotation (supination) of fifth toe at fifth metatarsophalangeal joint; associated with severe hallux abductovalgus (contributes to 'diamond-shaped' forefoot); characterized by fifth metatarsophalangeal joint lateral bursa/bursitis and/or heloma molle at depth of 4/5 interdigital space
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Meanwhile, tailors bunion surgery can quickly and effectively remove a stubborn bunion from the foot - one of the most common foot issues facing the nation.