Nonimplant Arthroplasty for the Treatment of End-Stage Hallux Rigidus

Surgical management of end-stage hallux rigidus involves joint-sparing techniques, including cheilectomy and decompression osteotomies, and joint-destructive procedures, including arthroplasty (resection, interpositional, implant, Valenti) and arthrodesis. Joint-destructive procedures have traditionally been reserved for the end stages of hallux rigidus involving grade 3 and 4

Surgical management of end-stage hallux rigidus involves joint-sparing techniques, including cheilectomy and decompression osteotomies, and joint-destructive procedures, including arthroplasty (resection, interpositional, implant, Valenti) and arthrodesis. Joint-destructive procedures have traditionally been reserved for the end stages of hallux rigidus involving grade 3 and 4

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Nonimplant Arthroplasty for the Treatment of End-Stage Hallux Rigidus