A total of 34 patients underwent 38 tarsometatarsal arthrodeses for hallux valgus correction and were retrospectively reviewed for 36 months from May 2007 to May 2010. The incidence of intercuneiform instability was 73.68% and was determined by the ﬁndings of the intraoperative “hook” test. Mann RA, Prieskorn D, Sobel M (1996) Mid-tarsal and tarsometatarsal arthrodesis for primary degenerative osteoarthrosis or osteoarthrosis after trauma. J Bone Joint Surg Am 78(9): 1376-1385. Ouzounian TJ, Shereff MJ (1989) In vitro determination of midfoot motion. A Lisfranc injury involves dislocation or subluxation of one of the metatarsals from the rest of the intact foot
MPJ arthrodesis for moderate and severe bunion deformi ties. It is intrinsic to the procedure that the hallux valgus can be alleviated and correction maintained. We present a radiographic review of first MPJ arthrodesis for moderate to severe hallux valgus and metatarsus primus adductus (1M angle 15°-21°), and quantify the average reduction May 01, 2015 · However, a consensus has been reached in the surgical management of hallux valgus in the presence of medial column hypermobility. The procedure of choice in this setting involves fusion of the first tarsometatarsal joint, routinely described as the Lapidus arthrodesis.
Aug 24, 2013 · These include Cotton Osteotomy, Folwer Osteotomy, Weil Osteotomy, Naviculocuneiform Arthrodesis, 2-5 Tarsometatarsal Arthrodesis (Lisfranc), Evans Calcaneal Osteotomy and Jones Fracture Fixation. In addition, the image shows BME HammerLock® implants for interphalangeal joint arthrodeses of the lesser toes. 3.
REPOSITIONAL FIRST TARSOMETATARSAL JOINT ARTHRODESIS (LAPIDUS BUNIONECTOMY) USING ALLOGRAFTS (SCHULMAN CORTICAL BONE PINS) INTRODUCTION Arthrodesis of the first tarsometatarsal joint is a time-tested procedure for treatment of severe hallux valgus, reoccurring hallux valgus from failed bunionectomy, hallux