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hallux

[′hal·əks]
(anatomy)
The first digit of the hindlimb; the big toe of a human.
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Ten patients needed FHL tendon repair, seven of whom presented with a triggering hallux (Figs.
Comparison of the post-surgical analgesic effectiveness of tibial (at internal malleolus level) and common peroneal nerve block with infiltration of the surgical wound in Outpatient Surgery of the hallux valgus.
El hallux abductus valgus (HAV) es un termino usado para describir la deformidad estructural de la primera articulacion metatarsofalangica (AMTF), especificamente la desviacion lateral del primer dedo (con o sin rotacion en valgo), y desviacion medial del primer metatarsiano, que conduce a la subluxacion de la respectiva articulacion (1).
Patients included had all grades of onychomycosis caused by T rubrum with mycological confirmation in both halluces and underwent a left hallux/right hallux comparison of the two laser systems with a two treatment regime spaced four weeks apart to both nails.
About the condition - Hallux valgus is a common condition, characterized by a bony bump that develops on the joint at the base of the big toe.
Se valoraron tres zonas anatomicas, articulacion interfalangica (AIF) del hallux, maleolo tibial y maleolo peroneal.
The results illustrated that when the stability of the first TMT joint was restored, the additional load born by hallux and the second metatarsal would be redistributed again to the first MH by the "load transfer" mechanism, the forefoot plantar pressure will therefore be balanced.
The areas under the five metatarsal heads, hallux and calcaneus, are mainly load-bearing locations [35-39].
Doppler ultrasound of the lower extremities was performed due to the involvement of the right hallux.
Melanoma appeared most often on the thumb (seven patients) and hallux (six).
The location of the fracture near the articulation between the tarsometatarsus and the hallux, the short distal fracture segment, and decreased viability of the foot precluded the use of previously described fixation methods for tarsometatarsal fracture repair.
Peripheral neuropathy and bilateral hallux valgus were present in all three patients.