Adult hallux valgus with metatarsus adductus: a case report. - Adults metarsus adductus
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Is a deformity in which the forefoot is medially deviated relative to the lesser tarsus, predominantly in the transverse plane. This creates an “elongation” of the lateral column relative to the medial column of the foot. Nine adult patients, between and , diagnosed with metatarsus adductus were treated surgically with a closing osteotomy of the cuboid and a first.