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Structural factors associated with hallux limitus/rigidus

Discussion in 'Biomechanics, Sports and Foot orthoses' started by NewsBot, Oct 6, 2009.

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    Structural factors associated with hallux limitus/rigidus: a systematic review of case control studies.
    Zammit GV, Menz HB, Munteanu SE.
    J Orthop Sports Phys Ther. 2009 Oct;39(10):733-42.
     
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  3. In essence first metatarsophalangeal joint range of motion is the dependent, the other factors listed are presumably predictive independents identified by the literature. The fact that these factors were mixed together into a list with "reduced first metatarsophalangeal joint range of motion" coming midway through the list just doesn't make much sense to me. It suggests that one of the predictors of hallux limitus / rigidus, i.e. reduced first metatarsophalangeal joint range of motion, is reduced first metatarsophalangeal joint range of motion. Daft. I guess you could pedantically argue about transverse or frontal plane range of motion, but this is not implied.
     
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    Assessment of Foot Alignment in Patients with Hallux Rigidus: the Role of Weightbearing CT scan
    Ettore Vulcano, MD, Joseph A. Tracey III, BSc(Med), MSc, Mark S. Myerson, MD
    Foot & Ankle Orthopaedics September 2016 – December 2016 vol. 1 no. 1
     
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    Assessment of New Measurements to Assess First Metatarsal Elevation in Hallux Rigidus Compared to Controls
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    Weightbearing CT Scan Assessment of Foot Alignment in Patients With Hallux Rigidus
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    Foot & Ankle International October 3, 2017
     
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    Is metatarsus primus elevatus truly observed in hallux rigidus? Radiographic study using mapping methods.
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    J Orthop Sci. 2018 Sep 29.
     
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    The influence of hallux valgus and flatfoot deformity on metatarsus primus elevatus: A radiographic study
    MasamitsuKidoaKazuyaIkomaaYasutakaSotozonoaRyosukeIkedaaKanImaiaMasahiroMakiaSuzuyoOhashibToshikazuKuboa
    Journal of Orthopaedic Science; 19 April 2019
     
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    Does metatarsus primus elevatus really exist in hallux rigidus? A weightbearing CT case-control study
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    Prevalence of and risk factors for hallux rigidus: a cross-sectional study in Japan
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    BMC Musculoskelet Disord. 2021 Sep 13;22(1):786
     
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    Prevalence of and risk factors for hallux rigidus: a cross-sectional study in Japan
    Yoshiyuki Senga, Akinobu Nishimura, Naoya Ito, Yukie Kitaura & Akihiro Sudo
    BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders volume 22, Article number: 786 (2021)
     
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