Dorsomedial cutaneous nerve neurmoa / syndrome: Dorsomedial cutaneous nerve is the terminal branch of the superficial peroneal nerve and is the most susceptible to iatrogenic injury during hallux valgus surgery. (Miller SD, Foot Ankle INt 2001;22:198)
Resection of both sesmoids risk development of cock-up toe deformity
Hallux Valgus Technique Follow-up care
Hallux Valgus Technique Outcomes
Hallux Valgus Technique Review References
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