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Does unilateral hallux valgus progress to bilateral?

Discussion in 'Biomechanics, Sports and Foot orthoses' started by NewsBot, Jan 19, 2013.

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    Unilateral Hallux Valgus
    Is It True Unilaterality, or Does It Progress to Bilateral Deformity?

    Ki Won Young, Young Uk Park, Jin Su Kim, Hyuk Jegal, Kyung Tai Lee, MD2
    Foot & Ankle International January 15, 2013

     
  2. drsha

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    33 subjects

    24 were unchanged
    15 developed hallux valgus

    total 39??

    symptomatic bunions 97%?????

    Was there any limb length that was treated in the 33 unilateral buions (TIP?)

    Was there any interventional biomechanical treatment postop?

    orthotics?
    Muscle engine training?

    Dennis

    Finally, now that there is a
     
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