Hypermobility of the first ray in patients with planovalgus feet and tarsometatarsal osteoarthritis

Publication year: 2012 Source: Foot and Ankle Surgery, Available online 21 February 2012 S. Cowie, S. Parsons, B. Scammell, J. McKenzie BackgroundHypermobility in the foot is a common observation but difficult to quantify. Primary tarsometatarsal arthritis is less common and its aetiology uncertain.

Publication year: 2012 Source: Foot and Ankle Surgery, Available online 21 February 2012 S. Cowie, S. Parsons, B. Scammell, J. McKenzie BackgroundHypermobility in the foot is a common observation but difficult to quantify. Primary tarsometatarsal arthritis is less common and its aetiology uncertain.

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Hypermobility of the first ray in patients with planovalgus feet and tarsometatarsal osteoarthritis