Outcomes after the Stainsby Procedure in the Lesser Toes: An Alternative Procedure for the Correction of Rigid Claw Toe Deformity

Abstract: Clawing of the digits is a deformity seen both in patients with and without rheumatoid arthritis, resulting in pain and deformity in the forefoot. After failure of conservative treatment, the Stainsby procedure is one surgical option for severe clawing and metatarsalgia in both rheumatoid and nonrheumatoid feet.

Abstract: Clawing of the digits is a deformity seen both in patients with and without rheumatoid arthritis, resulting in pain and deformity in the forefoot. After failure of conservative treatment, the Stainsby procedure is one surgical option for severe clawing and metatarsalgia in both rheumatoid and nonrheumatoid feet.

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Outcomes after the Stainsby Procedure in the Lesser Toes: An Alternative Procedure for the Correction of Rigid Claw Toe Deformity