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Huisarts en Wetenschap

, Volume 51, Issue 2, pp 96–98 | Cite as

Hallux valgus

  • EC Barg
  • JAH Eekhof
  • A Knuistingh Neven
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Samenvatting

Hallux valgus is een veelvoorkomende aandoening, die lastig en pijnlijk kan zijn en die men vaak lelijk vindt. De prevalentie varieert tussen de 2 en 44%, afhankelijk van de bestudeerde populatie en de inclusiecriteria.1 De prevalentie neemt toe met de leeftijd. Ongeveer 33% van de volwassenen

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