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Static pathology of the forefoot

Morton syndrome excluded
  • P. Diébold
  • R. Meyer
  • M. Bonjean

Abstract

Static pathology of the forefoot, as a cause of so-called “static” metatarsalgia, represents the most frequent reason for consultation in pathology of the foot. Such metatarsalgia can originate from a wide range of affections; any static disruption will bring about an imbalance of the metatarsal row and an uneven distribution of pressures and will thus cause podalgia.

Keywords

Hallux Valgus Metatarsal Head Metatarsophalangeal Joint Plantar Plate Metatarsal Osteotomy 
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  • P. Diébold
  • R. Meyer
  • M. Bonjean

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