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The Unreliability of the Intermetatarsal Angle in Choosing a Hallux Abducto Valgus Surgical Procedur

Discussion in 'Foot Surgery' started by NewsBot, Mar 26, 2011.

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    The Unreliability of the Intermetatarsal Angle in Choosing a Hallux Abducto Valgus Surgical Procedure.
    Ravenell RA, Camasta CA, Powell DR.
    J Foot Ankle Surg. 2011 Mar 22. [Epub ahead of print]
     
  2. Unfortunately, the term "hypermobility of the first ray" is still alive and well within the US podiatric surgery profession and literature. I have convinced a few of the prominent lecturers in podiatric surgery to use the term "dorsiflexion stiffness of the first ray". However, it will be a long battle before this useless term of "first ray hypermobility" is totally replaced within the podiatric surgical literature. At the rate it is going, and with the minimal help from my US colleagues in this regard, I will be long gone before "first ray hypermobility" is considered an antiquated term within the podiatric literature.
     
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    Clinical Usage and Influence of Radiographs in the Assessment of Hallux Valgus
    John Malik, Ian Mathieson
    Journal of Foot and Ankle Surgery; Article in Press
     
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    Radiographic angles in hallux valgus: Comparison between protractor and iphone measurements
    Hong-Zheng Meng, Wei-Lin Zhang, Xiu-Cheng Li andMao-Wei Yang
    Journal of Orthopaedic Research; Accepted Article
     
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    Assessing Precision of the Radiographic Metatarsophalangeal Angle in Hallux Valgus
    Domingo Molina, MD; Anand Padmanabha, MD; Vinod K. Panchbhavi, MD, FACS; Clark R. Andersen, BS
    Texas Orthopaedic Jnl
     
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    ?Angle to Be Corrected? in Preoperative Evaluation for Hallux Valgus Surgery
    Analysis of a New Angular Measurement

    Cristian Ortiz et al
    Foot & Ankle International November 2, 2015
     
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    The Effect of Incorrect Foot Placement on the Accuracy of Radiographic Measurements of the Hallux Valgus and Inter-Metatarsal Angles for Treating Hallux Valgus.
    Kuyucu E et al
    Acta Chir Orthop Traumatol Cech. 2017;84(3):196-201.
     
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    Reliability of the radiographic measurement of the hallux interphalangeal angle
    Mohammadali Khademi
    A research report submitted to the Faculty of Health Sciences, of the
    Witwatersrand, in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of
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    Johannesburg, 2018

     
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    Hallux valgus and metatarsus adductus measurements: inter-reader reliability and correlations on radiographs and MRI
    R.DessoukyabN.HeinemanbL.ZhangaJ.HummelbJ.SkweresbD.WukichcA.Chhabrabc
    Clinical Radiology; 11 September 2018
     
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    Hallux valgus assessment on X-ray and Magnetic resonance Imaging (MRI): Correlation with qualitative soft tissue and internal derangement findings on MRI
    JedHummelaJustinSkweresaNathanHeinemanaRihamDessoukycYinXiaLihuaZhangdDaneWukichbAvneeshChhabraab
    European Journal of Radiology; 2 February 2019
     
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    Digital Measurements With Hallux Valgus Before and After Modified Long Oblique Osteotomy
    Il-Hoon Sung, MD, PhD, Ki Chun Kim, MD, PhD MD, PhD Ki Chun KimEmail the author MD, PhD Ki Chun Kim, Sung-Jae Kim, MD, Chang Ho Sung, MD, Jung-Hwan Lee, MD, Yountaek Choi, MD
    JFAS Article in Press
     
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