By Hong-Geun JUNG
This publication, particularly designed to be of price in scientific perform, is an up to date, case-oriented reference at the a number of foot and ankle problems that's awarded within the sort of a instructing dossier, with a wealth of informative illustrations. The textual content is concise and informative, offering a common evaluation of every affliction, deciding upon key issues for proper prognosis and differential analysis, and highlighting suggestions and pitfalls in conservative and operative remedy. an important characteristic, even if, is the depiction of consultant circumstances via exact, fine quality colour photos that would acquaint the reader with the most important appearances proper to prognosis and therapy. Foot and Ankle issues will function a ordinary resource of data for all who take care of those stipulations. it is going to be in particular worthy for people with a prepared curiosity in therapy algorithms, surgical strategies, and prevention of surgical complications.
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Results Throckmorton and Bradlee  initially reported the use of a chevron osteotomy to correct a bunionette deformity. No long-term series were reported. Campbell  reported on nine patients (12 chevron osteotomies) and noted that all patients were satisfied postoperatively. Kitaoka et al.  reported on the results of a distal chevron osteotomy in 13 patients (19 feet) treated for symptomatic bunionette deformities. 1 years, 12 of 19 feet (63 %) were reported to have good or excellent results.
E) Before the tenodesis, a dorsomedial capsulotomy and the abductor halluces release are performed to release hallux varus. The EHB tendon is passed lateral to medial through the bone tunnel at the metatarsal neck and sutured at tension to form 5o hallux valgus. (f) Hallux varus was well corrected with EHB tenodesis 1 Hallux Valgus and Bunionette 47 EHL Extensor hallucis longus tendon a b Fig. 32 (a) Skin incision for the EHL tendon transfer to correct hallux varus. (b) Lateral half of the EHL tendon was transferred to the base of the proximal phalanx (With kind courtesy of Dr Su-Young Bae) A transverse drill hole is made in the base of the proximal phalanx.
Extensive dissection of metatarsal head may lead to AVN, but AVN does not always result in symptomatic joint. The incidence of AVN has been reported to be various. Meier and Kenzora  reported an incidence of 20 % in 60 patients but 1 Hallux Valgus and Bunionette 37 only 15 % of them were symptomatic. In contrast, other studies including our series reported no cases of AVN so it is guessed to be uncommon. If AVN is symptomatic, it would be pain or arthrofibrosis of the joint. MTP arthrodesis could be the choice of treatment and excision of avascular portion is important when performing arthrodesis.