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Sesamoiditis

Discussion in 'Biomechanics, Sports and Foot orthoses' started by NewsBot, Sep 17, 2013.

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    Sesamoiditis of the metatarsophalangeal joint
    Atiya S, Quah C, Pillai A.
    OA Orthopaedics 2013 Sep 09;1(2):19.
     
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    Hence all the more reason why the human foot should be recognised as having 28 (56) bones instead of the often claimed/cited 26 (52) bones (i.e. ignoring those cute Sesamoids)...

    ... as discussed in the following Pod. Arena thread: Leonardo's Foot: How 10 Toes, 52 Bones, and 66 Muscles Shaped the Human World
     
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    Epidemiological profile of sesamoid disorders of the first metatarsophalangeal joint
    Marcelo Rassweiler Hardt et al
    Vol 13 No Supl 1 (2019): Proceedings of the 19th Brazilian Ankle and Foot Medicine and Surgery Congress
     
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    Hallux Sesamoid Injury Characteristics in Young Athletes Presented to the Sports Medicine Clinic
    Sugimoto, Dai et al
    Clinical Journal of Sport Medicine: March 01, 2021
     
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