transfer metatarsalgia

transfer metatarsalgia

forefoot pain caused by dysfunction in another forefoot area; e.g. second metatarsophalangeal joint (MTPJ) pain subsequent to 1 MTPJ surgery; plantar corn/callosity in 2 MTPJ area in a foot with hallux limitus/rigidus
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The most frequent complications associated with the Chevron osteotomy are recurrence (especially with large corrections), loss of correction due to slippage at the osteotomy, transfer metatarsalgia, and osteonecrosis.
Excessive shortening with transfer metatarsalgia and callus formation occurs in 20% to 40%.
Excision arthroplasty is normally undertaken in elderly or sedentary patients, given the loss of flexion strength of the first metatarsophalangeal joint and the possibility of transfer metatarsalgia in active patients.
Mild transfer metatarsalgia and cock-up deformity may be encountered.