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*  Rocker bottom shoe
For example, a person with a hallux rigidus (stiff big toe) may use a rocker bottom shoe to replace the flexion lost at the ...
*  Flexor hallucis longus muscle
Hallux saltans is a condition that develops as a result of overusing the FHL muscle. With this condition, a nodule develops ... This condition is known as Hallux Rigidus. Most FHL injuries can be managed through conservative treatment. Rest is usually the ...
*  Hallux rigidus
Stage 4 hallux rigidus, also known as end stage hallux rigidus involves severe loss of range of motion of the big toe joint and ... The type of surgery is based on the stage of hallux rigidus. Stage 1 hallux rigidus involves some loss of range of motion of ... Hallux_rigidus_and_cheilectomy at the Duke University Health System's Orthopedics program Overview at aaos.org Hallux Rigidus ... Hallux rigidus or stiff big toe is degenerative arthritis and stiffness due to bone spurs that affects the MTP joint at the ...
*  Hallux varus
The hallux usually moves in the transverse plane. Unlike hallux valgus, also known as hallux abducto valgus or bunion, hallux ... Hallux varus, or sandal gap, is a deformity of the great toe joint where the hallux is deviated medially (towards the midline ...
*  Congenital hypertrophy of the lateral fold of the hallux
... is a rare cutaneous condition of unknown pathology that present to ...
*  Bunion
The hallux valgus angle (HVA) is the angle between the longitudinal axes of the proximal phalanx and the first metatarsal bone ... It is considered abnormal if greater than 15-18°. The following HVA angles can also be used to grade the severity of hallux ... "Hallux Valgus". American Orthopaedic Foot & Ankle Society. Retrieved 2016-12-30. Last reviewed June 2015 Piqué-Vidal, Carlos; ... The dictionary definition of bunion at Wiktionary Textbook of Hallux Valgus and Forefoot Surgery, links to complete text in PDF ...
*  Sesamoid bone
"Multipartite hallux sesamoid , Radiology Reference Article , Radiopaedia.org". radiopaedia.org. Luijkx, Tim; Knipe, Henry. " ... "bunion, hammer toe, nail fungus, hallux rigidus". footankleinstitute.com. Antón, Mauricio; Salesa, Manuel J.; Pastor, Juan F.; ...
*  Jianianhualong
Overall, the phalanges of the hallux are long, being collectively 31% of the length of metatarsal III; almost exactly the same ... corresponding to the hallux, or digit I). Metatarsal III is 72% of the length of the femur, which is shorter than that of ... the long hallux; the slender and short metatarsal II; the "heel" on phalanx II-2; and the large, curved sickle claw. ...
*  Forefoot
It is a common site of pathology in podiatry, and is the anatomic region involved in such conditions as hallux valgus, hallux ... Hallux Valgus and Forefoot Surgery. The Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery. "Arthroplasty of the forefoot" (PDF). ...
*  Bird ichnology
Avian? †Pullornipes (Early Cretaceous of China) 3.3-5.1 × 3.3-4.7 cm (h/v w/o hallux). Toes long, narrow, unwebbed; hallux ... h/v w/o hallux). Toes long, thin, T3-T4 small webs, T2 shorter; hallux backwards and high; T1-T4 220°; T2-T4 140-150°. Avian: ... h/v w/o hallux). Toes long, narrow, unwebbed or partial small webs, T2 smaller; hallux backwards and high; T1-T4 220°, T2-T4 ... Ornithoformipes (Puget Group Late Eocene of Kummer, USA) c.27 × 32 cm (h/v). Toes long, wide; no hallux; T2-T4 65°; deep heel; ...
*  Syndesmosis procedure
Bunion (hallux valgus) deformity is actually part of a complex of anatomical derangements of protruding mass (bunion), buckling ... Haines RW, McDougall A (May 1954). "The anatomy of hallux valgus". J Bone Joint Surg Br. (36-B(2)): 289. CS1 maint: Uses ... CS1 maint: Uses authors parameter (link) Kato T, Watanabe S (1981). "The etiology of hallux valgus in Japan". Clin Orthop Relat ... Pagella P, Pierleon GP (1971). "LO Scalpello". Hallux valgus and its correction. 1: 55-64. Irwin LR, Cape J (1999). "The Foot ...
*  Philip Radovic
"Modified Youngswick Procedure for Hallux Limitus". Journal of the American Podiatric Medical Association. Retrieved 10 March ... "Modified Youngswick Procedure for Hallux Limitus". ResearchGate. Retrieved 10 March 2016. " ... a procedure for the correction of hallux limitus deformity. As a Fellowship Director at SouthWestern Podiatric Sports medicine ...
*  Red-bellied titi
It has a larger pollex than its hallux. It has six palmar pads and nails on each of its five digits. It has a dental formula of ...
*  Jiaozhi
... "hallux, big toe".) The Ciyuan disputed this: The meaning of the word Jiaozhi cannot be understood literally, but the ancient ...
*  Human leg
... "hallux"). The muscle dorsiflexes the hallux, and acts similar to the tibialis anterior in the weight-bearing leg. Two muscles ... It plantarflexes the hallux and assists in supination. The flexor digitorum longus, finally, has its origin on the upper part ... beneath the flexor retinaculum to the sole of the foot and finally attaches on the base of the last phalanx of the hallux. ...
*  Anatomical terminology
The big toe is referred to as the hallux. To promote clear communication, for instance about the location of a patient's ...
*  Surface anatomy
The big toe is referred to as the hallux. Following are lists of surface anatomical features in humans and other animals. ...
*  Marin Honda
Her Lutz and flip are hindered by hallux valgus. Honda debuted on the ISU Junior Grand Prix (JGP) circuit in the 2015-16 season ...
*  List of human anatomical features
The big toe is referred to as the hallux. List of human anatomical parts named after people List of regions in the human brain ...
*  List of human anatomical regions
The great toe is referred to as the hallux. The regions of the upper limbs, from superior to inferior, are the axillary region ...
*  Yungavolucris
It is not clear whether it had a hallux; in Enantiornithes, the attachment scar of the hallux to the second toe is usually ... providing little surface for a hallux to attach. On the ankle end, as in most Enantiornithes there is no hypotarsus or similar ...
*  Aegyptopithecus
On the foot bones, this species had a grasping hallux. Aegyptopithecus zeuxis shares characteristics with haplorrhines such as ...
*  Malabar spiny dormouse
The pollux ("thumb") and hallux ("big toe") are without claws. The skull is broad and flat above and the infraorbital foramen ...
*  Hubscher's maneuver
In a Jack's test, the patient raises the rearfoot off the ground, thus passively dorsiflexing the hallux in Closed Kinetic ... it is also one method of diagnosing functional hallux limitus. recent investigations into its reliability have questioned its ... hallux] and watches for an increasing convexity [of the Arches of the foot]. A positive result (arch formation) results from ...
*  Plantar reflex
Extensor: the hallux dorsiflexes, and the other toes fan out; this is Babinski's sign, which indicates damage to the central ... In normal adults, the plantar reflex causes a downward response of the hallux (flexion). An upward response (extension) of the ... hallux is known as the Babinski response or Babinski sign, named after the neurologist Joseph Babinski. The presence of the ...