Hallux valgus correction by the method of Bösch: a new technique with a seven-to-ten-year follow-up.

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Subcapital osteotomy of the first metatarsal is used as the treatment of choice for the correction of hallux valgus. The advantages are a short operation time, no soft tissue procedures, secure union, avoidance of metatarsal head (MTH) necrosis and a varus malalignment. An alternative temporary fixation of hallux valgus also having an arthrosis is performed… (More)

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@article{Boesch2000HalluxVC, title={Hallux valgus correction by the method of B{\"{o}sch: a new technique with a seven-to-ten-year follow-up.}, author={Paul Boesch and Sebastian Wanke and Robert A. Legenstein}, journal={Foot and ankle clinics}, year={2000}, volume={5 3}, pages={485-98, v-vi} }