Hallux valgus, first metatarsal pronation and collapse of the medial longitudinal arch — a radiological correlation

@article{Eustace1994HalluxVF,
  title={Hallux valgus, first metatarsal pronation and collapse of the medial longitudinal arch — a radiological correlation},
  author={Stephen E Eustace and Jackie O Byrne and O. Beausang and Margaret Codd and John Stack and Michael M. Stephens},
  journal={Skeletal Radiology},
  year={1994},
  volume={23},
  pages={191-194}
}
In a previous study we developed a model to assess first metatarsal pronation based on the position of the inferior tuberosity of its base and showed a significant relationship between first metatarsal pronation and the intermetatarsal angle (r=0.69, p<0.001). The present study was undertaken to correlate first metatarsal pronation with the height of the medial longitudinal arch in an attempt to define the clinical significance of this new finding. The weight-bearing anteroposterior and lateral… CONTINUE READING

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