Assessing sesamoid subluxation: how good is the AP radiograph?


Subluxation of the metatarsosesamoid joints frequently occurs with the development of hallux valgus deformity, and the restoration of a normal metatarsosesamoid articulation has been proposed as essential for achieving a biomechanically sound operative result. The position of the sesamoid bones on the AP radiograph is used often to assess the pre- and… (More)


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@article{Talbot1998AssessingSS, title={Assessing sesamoid subluxation: how good is the AP radiograph?}, author={Kay Talbot and C. L. Saltzman}, journal={Foot & ankle international}, year={1998}, volume={19 8}, pages={547-54} }