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Index

Austin procedures-cont' d
biplane, 132
fixation in, 148, 151
operative technique for, 141-152
contraindications to, 158-159
disadvantages of, 158
general considerations and modifications for, 134, 136, 135-137,
138,139-140, 141

with Herbert screw fixation,
146-148
inherent complications with,
159-160
with intraarticular fracture, 446-447
metatarsal neck width in, 132
osteomyelitis after, 481
PASAand,37
postop management of, 157
preop indications for, 129-130,
132,133
reverse, for hallux varus, 429
suspensory ligaments in, 83
unicorrectional, 130
contraindications to, 158-159
fixation in, 145, 150, 152
operative technique for, 141-152
Youngswick modification of,
153-157
Avascular necrosis
and negative PASA, 418
as postop complication,
462-464, 482
Axis of motion, 18, 19
B

Bandaging, postoperative
application of, 89
and hallux varus, 415, 416
Basilar osteotomy, PASA and, 37
Bio-Action implants, 341, 342,343
Biomet Total Toe System, 341-342,341
Biopro implants, 325, 327
Bone
condition of
osteoporotic,442-443
radiographic evaluation of,
56-57, 59, 60
cysts, 441-442, 442
ectopic formation of, 453, 454
excessive wedge removal of, 443

Bone-cont'd
fracturing, implants and, 452,
453,458
immobilization for healing
problems, 475, 477, 480
Bone grafts
calcaneal, 475-476, 477, 478-479
excessive lengthening using, 443
for hallux limitus/rigidus, 382-383
in opening abductory wedge
osteotomy, 268-269,271,
274-275
for poor bone healing, 475-477,
476,477
in revisional arthrodesis, 354,
355-356, 355, 356, 357, 359,
360,360

Bone plates and screws, 87
Bunion location, 23, 25
C

Callus distraction, 358, 359, 360, 360
Cancellous screws, 87
Capsulodesis, 379
Capsulotomy/capsulorrhaphy, 79-80,
82-83
complications of, 435-438, 436,
437,438
in Keller procedure, 311, 312
with McBride-type bunionecto my, 99
types of, 80-82, 81, 82
Casts, 92
Charting, preoperative data, 73, 76
Cheilectomy, 379,380, 381
Chevron osteotomy, safe zones for, 75
Closing abductory wedge osteotomy,
196-249
comparison of pathologic conditions
addressed by, 249
complications with, 242-244, 242,
243,244,245,246,247-248,
247-248
hinge/axis concept in, 196-201, 197,
198-199,200

Loison-Balacescu type, 204-214
advantages and disadvantages
of,214
operative technique of, 205,
210-211,211,212-213

215. 286 PASAin. 287 operative technique in. 257 complications from. 278.257 Crista pain. 87 Crescentic osteotomy. 228. 390. 228 preop signs in. 206-210 modified Iuvara (type A). 453. 44-45. 230-232 postop management of. 252-266 advantages and disadvantages of. 286 preop signs and symptoms and. angulational. 255.391-392 Dorsolinear capsulotomy. 211. 253-254. 81 Double osteotomy of first metatarsal. 321-322 Extensor hallucis brevis transfer/ tenodesis.235 templates in.279 Drain system.223 operative technique of. 258. 389-390.278 postop management of. 284.277. 254 for hallux limitus/rigidus.256. 279-281. 203.218. 257. 38-39. 204 Cortical screws. 179-181. 283.38 Dorsal Vosteotomy. 224 advantages of. 426. 229 disadvantages of. 233-234 modified Juvara (type C). transpositional osteotomy (DRATO) procedure. 385. 214 preop signs in. 238 disadvantages of. 265 operative technique for. 265-266 contraindications to. 201-202.264 biomechanical considerations in. 236 templates in.261 postop management for. 264 preop indications for. 286 complications from. 265 operative technique for. 91 Degenerative joint disease (DJD). 214-223 advantages and disadvantages of. 235-242 advantages of. 426 489 .222 postop management of. 262. 238. 397. see Extensor hallucis longus Elastic modulus. 45. 260-262.216-217. 89. 265 distal contraindications to.89 Durallium implant. 231-232 operative technique of. 454 EHL. 236. 225-226. 253. 239-240 postop management of. 280-281. 46 Delayed union. 277-287 advantages and disadvantages of. 259 postop management for. 254-255. 81. 223-235. 92 D Darco bunion splint. 320 E Ectopic bone formation. 252.180 Distal articular set angle (DASA).Index Closing abductory wedge osteotomy-cont'd Loison-Balacescu type-cont'd postop management of. 473-480 Derotational. 226-229. 398-399 Crescentic osteotomy-cont'd postop management of. 264 preop indications for. 237-238. as postop complication. 241 Reese osteotomy guide in. 21-22 Crutches. 236 preop signs in. 282. 284. 204-205 templates in. implant materials. 222-223. 285. 260. 242 operative technique of. 225.218-221. 262-263 proximal contraindications to. 223 modified Iuvara (type B).

20-21. 47 intrinsic muscles of. 72.172. 63 dorsiflexed. 23. 360-361. 72-73. 52-56.365 Fluoroscopy.335 positioning of. 176-181. 45. 75 First metatarsal head osteotomy. 452-453 Fracturing bone.363-365. 327. 72.351 for hallux limitus/rigldus.80. 360-361. 366-367 biomechanical considerations and. 45-48. 89 Foreign body reaction. 43. 86 in first MTPI arthrodesis. 353. 18. 18. 14-16. 360. 349-351. 15.453. 356. 367 fusion position in. 347-368 advantages and disadvantages of. 451 Futura implants. 364. 16 range of motion.46 range of motion. 52-53. 364.360 postop management of. 438. 358.54. 44-45. intraoperative. 29 First metatarsophalangeal joint (MTPJ)-cont'd radiographic evaluation of. 449. 14-16 critical areas of surgical evaluation. 14-16 non-weight-bearing exam of. 45-46.82 DID of. 350-351. 352.97 radiographic evaluation of base.81. 162-163 Hohmann's dual-plane displacement osteotomy. 96.354 fixation methods in. 83-84. 359. 363-365. 56. 439 transfer of. 19 capsulotomies. 166. 329 . 355. 178.57. 47. 450. 162-181 general conditions with. 325. 348-352 complications from. 17 First metatarsophalangeal joint (MTPJ) arthrodesis.84 First metatarsal anatomic considerations of.21 passive dorsiflexion of. 330. 163-168. 85-87. 351 grooved. 47 vascular anatomy of. 5-7.19 pain location in.362-363. 425 F Fibular suspensory ligament.73 partial ostectomy of. 173-174 First metatarsocuneiform joint arthrodesis. 329. 175-176. 349 operative technique of. see Lapidus procedure First metatarsophalangeal joint (MTPJ) axis of motion. 87. 350. 175 modifications of.377 Fixation device selection for.45. 17. 164. 177. 101-1 02 severing of. 83.55 transverse plane shape of. 26 evaluation of. 408 metatarsal length and. 350.171. 100-101 lengthening of. 352-365 vs. 16. 424.335.53 of head shape. 6 fusion position. 43-45.362-363. 95-98.452. 53.168-174.180 Reverdin procedure. 365-366 preop indications for.58 of declination angle. 352 revisionalfreconstructive.326. 361. 347-348 First ray.458 of implants. 28.365 incisional approach and joint debridement. 46. 414 ligamentous arrangement of. 46 during gait. 361. 357-358. 48 of sagittal plane alignment. 367-368 contraindications to. abrasional arthroplasty. 74 nonsalvageable. 377. 79-83.490 Index Extensor hallucis longus (EHL) contracture of.169. 354-356. 430 non-weight-bearing exam of.354.

399. 422. 6 deformity in.34 Hallux abductus interphalangeus. see Preoperative evaluation functional. 390. determining.339 Giannestra step cut recession modification. 18-20. see GAIT implants Green modification of Reverdin procedure. see Hallux abductus angle HAIA.350. 396. 330. see Opening abductory wedge osteotomy progression of. 390. 374 progression of.378 Hallux elevatus. 10. 423.405. 5-7. 398-399. 375-378 definition of. 379 Waterrnann procedure. see Hallux valgus Hallux abductus angle (HAA) and first MTPJ arthrodesis. 6-7.388-389 preop signs and symptoms of. 334-335. 20 hallux varus repair and. 379. 394. 397. 8 stages of. 386-387 Youngswick-Austin modification. 34-35. 383-384. 458-459 stages of.380.391-392 Hohmann-type procedure. 3-4. 39-40. 399. see Hallux abductus interphalangeus angle Hallux abducto valgus. 49 Hallux abductus.406 crescentic osteotomy. 385. 371-372 evaluation of.407-408 joint preservation techniques for. 378-399 cheilectomy.392. 383 Iuvara modification (type C).20 Hallux abductus interphalangeus angle (HAIA). 20 and first MTPJ arthrodesis. 398 Mau osteotomy. 375 hallux abducto valgus vs. hallux limitus. 379-382. 384-385. 401-402. 408 resectional arthroplasty procedure. 406-408 first MTPJ arthrodesis. 404-405 soft tissue release.393-394. 18 etiology of. 403.394 Regnauld procedure. 399. 5-7. 335. 350-351. 396. 7 iatrogenic. 12-13 Hallux malleus. 398. 372 implants and. 400.Index G Gait.397 dorsal Vosteotomy. see Preoperative evaluation vs.39 Hallux adductus.338. 457-458 Hallux fusion position. 18-20. 3-4.381 chondral abrasion arthroplasty. 377. 7 opening abductory wedge osteotomy of.5. 35 evaluation of.20 pinch lesion. 378 Hallux hammertoe. 6 GAITimplants. 385. see Reverdin-Creen procedure H HAA. 454 joint destruction techniques for. 371-409 biomechanics and.424 491 .351 Hallux glide maneuver. 9 tibial sesamoid position and. 349 radiographic evaluation of. 22 Hallux Iimitus/rigidus. see Hallux varus Hallux distraction maneuver. 373 conservative treatment and. 349 Hallux interphalangeal joint non-weight-bearing exam of.387. 382-383 sagittal Z osteotomy. see Sagittal Z procedure Great toe arthroplasty implant technique. 7-8 recurrence with implants. 375 classification of.406. 127 implants and. 395 plantarflexory wedge osteotomy. 6. 4 biomechanics and. 399. 377.382 combination of procedures in. 384. 389-390. 338. 8..

454 fracturing of. 451 infection. 28 Hallux valgus medial capsulorraphy and. 321-322 fatigue fracturing of.428 extensor hallucis brevis transfer in.329 postop management of. 430-431 medial capsulotomy in.419.328. 326. 454-460. 23. non-weight-bearing exam of. 383-384. 480 Implants.200 History. 453. 415-416. 322 for hallux limitus/rigidus. 24 Hallux rigidus. 179-181. 427. 175 modifications of. 329. 326-327 Herbert screw fixation. 424.456. 26. 425 IMAovercorrection in.329 dislocation of. 411. 459-460 management of. 466. 60-61. 4 Hinge/axis concept. 325-330 . 416 recurrence of. 197. 422-430 abductor hallucis brevis transfer in. 325-330. 20 hallux varus repair and. 329-330 preop criteria for. 430 PASA overcorrection in. 418. 467 rotation of. 449-450. 430 staked or lateral subluxation of metatarsal head in. 423.464 iatrogenic. 411-432 biomechanical considerations with repair of. 432 postop management after. 451 dislocation of. 10-12.457. 475. see Hallux limitus/ rigidus Hallux toe purchase. 455 Hemi-implants-cont'd and ectopic bone. seealso specific implants aseptic loosening of. 349 of first ray. 22-23. 449. 427.429. for bone healing problems. 427. 60 Hallux varus. 198-199. 450.459 deformation of. 262-263 operative repair technique for. 81 Hyperkeratotic lesions. 452-454. 327. 423. 413-415.418-419. preoperative.455. 414 causes of. 146-148 Heredity. 320-321 operative technique for.417. 448-460 failure of. 405 H-shaped medial capsulotomy. 422. 452 complications with. 415. 451 historical development of. 426. 176-179. 448-449 reactions to. 407-408 hemi-implants.25 Hemi-implants. pathomechanics of. 80. 175-176. 177.416.420-421 implants and. 454 surgical technique failure. 450.451 general criteria for. 27. 455 elastic modulus and.426 extensor hallucis longus transfer in. 178 Hohmann-type procedure. 454. 423 medial sesamoid subluxation. 14 Hohmann's dual-plane displacement osteotomy. 328. 180 Mitchell procedure.424 nonsalvageable first MTPJ in. 319-344. 422 from Mitchell bunionectomy.383 with Watermann procedure. Austin procedure with.424 of second toe. 23. 176-181 DRATO procedure. 13. 477. 456-457 I Immobilization. 14 and implants. 464-465. 412 from hallux valgus overcorrection. 422-423. 411-413 Hammertoe. 445.22 Hypermobility and first MTPJ arthrodesis.492 Index Hallux position. exam for. 427 preop indications for repair of. 196-201.

229 disadvantages of. 438-441. 340-344 Incision care.340 Lawrence. 334-335. 418. 281. 79-89 capsulotomies in. 284. 434-447 articular damage. 420-421 overcorrection of.308.109 Joplin's neuritis/neuroma.32 reduction of.249 493 . 79 Intermetatarsal angle (IMA) and hallux varus. 459 technique considerations in.285 reverse. 336 Swanson.482. 108. 214-223 advantages and disadvantages of. 429 type A.339. 243.249 postop management of. 332.483-484. 225 type B1 operative technique. 437.483 Instruments and devices. 244. 231-232 postop management of. 429. 335 GAIT. 435-438. 330-340 Futura. 85-87.425 Interpositional capsular flap. 107.436. 226-229 pathologic conditions addressed by. 323 telescoping of. 322-325 total flexible hinge. 103. 427. 446-447 with capsulotomy/ capsulorrhaphy.338. 235 preop signs of.218-221. 81.335.224 advantages of. 84 fixation devices in. 339 LaPorta. 89 radiography in. 228 preop and postop radiography of. 309.222-223 pathologic conditions addressed by. 439.334. 481. 225-226. 87. 332. 458. 89 fibular sesamoid removal in. 89 of skin scribe. 244.110 osteotomy guidelines for. 434-435.82 drain system in.339 two-component.310. 21 Juvara osteotomies complications from. 338-339 outcomes with. 243. as postop complication. 89. 79 postop bandage in. 334. 284. 108. 31. 223 operative technique. 340 preop criteria for. 215. 445 with medial eminence resection.222 templates in. 83. 247.and postop radiography of. 319 malposition of. 86 of instruments and devices. 457 pistoning of. 33 Interphalangeal joint arthrodesis. 109 adductor tendon transfer for.Index Implants-cont'd historical development of. after suture removal.247-248 and double osteotomy of first metatarsal. 108.311 Intraoperative complications. 480-481. 440-441 Intraoperative considerations. 108. 104. 424.333. 470-471 Joplin procedure. 80.215. 106. 430-431 radiographic evaluation of. 83-85. 223. 218. 106. 216-217 type B. 438 with implants. 91 Joint motion limitation.332. 106. 79 J Jacoby bunion splint.337. 455-456.310-311. 79-83. 307. 441-443 with tendon procedures.245. 108. 445-446. 320-321 Keller bunionectomy and. 435 with osteotomy procedures. 448-449 as postop complication. 335. 223 pre. 88. 107. 90 Infection with implants. 456. 331.338 operative technique for. 336. 334.

333. 396. 340 Lateral capsular release. 236.249 with Watermann procedure. 40-42 Lisfranc dislocation. 83. 139 contraindications to.212-213 pathologic conditions addressed by. 305-307. 332. 407-408 and implants.. 330. 205. 28 Lawrence implants. 214 preop signs in.301 alternative technique.237-238 pathologic conditions addressed by. 406 with joint prostheses. 309. 82. 236 preop signs and. 238. 249 postop management of. 206-210 . 242 for hallux limitusjrigidus. 427 Lateral view. 204-214 advantages and disadvantages of. 303-304 Keller resectional arthroplasty. 317 for hallux limitusjrigidus. 340 radiographs of.314.494 Index Juvara osteotomies-cont' d type 82 operative technique. 398. in radiographic evaluation. 450 outcomes with.293. 84. 124. 82 Ligaments. 83.313 simple procedure. 298.292. 159 osteomyelitis after. 396. 235-242 advantages of. first MTPJ arthrodesis and. 228. 230-232. 303-317 advantages and disadvantages of. 291-293. 313. 416. 239-240 pathologic conditions addressed by.84 Lateral subluxation (rotation) of metatarsal head and hallux varus. 313. 288-301 advantages and disadvantages of. 85-86 in Keller procedure. 75 Lateral collateral ligament. 397. first MTPJ arthrodesis vs. 308. 290 Loison-Balacescu type osteotomy. 305-313 functional procedure. 319 operative technique for. 334. 307. 299. 398 postop management of. first MTPJ. 289. 211. 407-408 metatarsal base osteotomy in.313 L Lapidus procedure. 204-205 templates in. 399.336 outcomes with.310. 348 Lenticular capsulotomy. 334 fracturing of. 315. 236. 340 template instrument for. 249 type C. 313. 406 K Kalish modification. 330. 342 Kirschner wires.315-316 preop indications for. 300 complications from. safe zones for.211. 304-305 complications from. 210-211. 316-317 biomechanical considerations for. 317 contraindications to. 233-234 pathologic conditions addressed by. 347 Kinetik Great Toe Implant. 338. and fibular sesamoidectomy. 295-297. 236 type C1 operative technique.306 postop management for. 290. 341. 74 Linear relationships. 289.301 operative technique of. 226. 300-301. 338 Leg length discrepancy. 214 operative technique of.295. 334.310-311. 238 disadvantages of. 482 Keller procedure. 417 operative technique for. 249 typeC2 operative technique.296.311.312.291 LaPorta implants. 297 postop care of. 297-298 preop signs and symptoms of.294.

41 Metatarsus adductus. 422-423. 341. 468-470. 452 Metatarsal elevatus. 30-31. and recurrent hallux valgus deformity. 439-440 L-shaped medial capsulotomy. see Avascular necrosis Neutral calcaneal stance position (NCSP). radiographic evaluation of. 417 Metatarsal protrusion distance (MPD). 424 Mediovertical capsulotomy. 283 operative technique of. 28 Medial sesamoid subluxation. in preop evaluation. 422-423. 415. 14-16 Mineralization. implants and. 83-84 Medial capsulorraphy. 177. 268-270. 31 closing abductory wedge osteotomy for. 80. 472.275 biomechanical considerations and. 98-103 with adductor tendon transfer. 41-42. 342 Osteomyelitis. see Closing abductory wedge osteotomy Metatarsus primus elevatus.Index Long flexor tendon reanastomosing.473 N Necrosis aseptic. 481. 40-41. see Physical examination. 59. 435 and hallux varus. and recurrent hallux abductus. 34 Metatarsus primus adductus. 148 Osteomed Reflexion implant. 268. 440-441. 482 Osteoporotic bone.416 Medial capsulotomy.470 Metatarsalgia. 434-435. 81 Metallosis. 272 postop management of. as postop complication. 473-480 Mau osteotomy. 273-275. preoperative. 57. 269 Orthoses. 415. 449 as postop complication. 480-481.268 complications from. 178 hallux varus secondary to. 428 McBride-Akin procedure. as postop complication. 471-473 Metatarsal head cysts. 442-443 495 .274 preop considerations for. 176-179. as postop complication. 33. 473-480 Non-weight-bearing clinical exam.81 M MAA. 32. 260 fibular suspensory ligament in. 466 McBride-type procedure.40 Metatarsal width. see Metatarsus adductus angle Malunion. 417 Medial oblique (MO) radiographic view. 466. 465. 395. 56-57. 404.30 and TAA. 394. 60 Metatarsal head staking. 23 Opening abductory wedge osteotomy. 465. 440-441 severing of. for hallux varus. 270-273. 469. 77-78 ORTHOSORB. 423 Medial eminence resection complications of. 28.109 and crescentic osteotomy.467 Metatarsus adductus angle (MAA) radiographic evaluation of. 415. non-weight bearing o Onychocryptosis. 275 and double osteotomy of first metatarsal. hallux varus from. and hallux varus. 80.29 Nonunion. 59 Mitchell procedure. 405 as postop complication. 109. 262-263 Morton's extension. in Austin procedure. 267-276 advantages and disadvantages of. and hallux varus repair. 458 avascular.

73. 470-471 metatarsalgia. 56-57 complications of. 7. 125-127.74. 61-62.38 of first metatarsal base. 3-8 of hallux abducto valgus. 113-114.361 Plantar adhesions release. see Physical examination. 117 proximal. in preop evaluation. 79 charting of data in. 28. 394 Plantarmedial pinch lesion. 462-484 avascular necrosis. 112-127 Akin-type biomechanical considerations in.27. 360-361. 20-22. 392. 14-16. after surgery. 45-48. 76 of EHL tendon. 10-12. 23. 38-39. 18-20. 123-125 general preop indications for. as postop complication.126 distal. 14-23 of associated deformities. 480-484 limitation of joint motion. 56. 28 Plantarflexion. see also specific procedures bone density and. 13. in first MTPJ arthrodesis.20 of hallux position. 14 Peabody procedure.59. 26 of first MTPJ. 8 form for. 437 P Padding. 26. 14-28 non-weight-bearing. 165 Phalangeal osteotomy procedures. 37.468 Plantarflexory wedge osteotomy.47. 22-23. 56-57. 363-365. 28 Physical therapy. 91 Preoperative evaluation. 90-91 Pins absorbable. 23. 25 of EHL contracture. 393-394. 24 of hyperkeratotic lesions. 17. 5.496 Index Osteotomy procedures. 21 in preop evaluation. 364. 86-87 fixation. 19 of first ray. 464-470 Overlay capsular graft. 379 Plantaraxial view. 100-101 etiologic factors in. 16 of hallux interphalangeal joint. 30-61 of bone condition.25 of bunion location. and malunion. see Proximal articular set angle Past medical history. 118-123 Physical examination. 23. 10-12 Palpation. 115 oblique. 64 orthoses. 73. 20-22. 58 of first metatarsal head shape. 62 ofDASA. 445 fixation. 78 Pain location of. 7. in first MTPJ arthrodesis. 462-464 delayed union. 21 weight-bearing. 7-8. 437. 14 interpretation of findings in. 57. 116. preoperative radiographic. 116. 18. 20-22. 4. 63. 22 Plates complications with. 464-470 Postoperative considerations. 16. 90-92. 23. 471-473 overcorrection and undercorrection. 473-480 infection.22 pain location in. 365 Postoperative complications. as po stop complication. 113 complications of. 1-66 anatomic considerations in. preoperative. for pain location.21 PASA.15. 65-66 history in. 467-468. nonunion. 77-78 physical exam in.75 and assistant surgeon. 36. 441-443 PASA and. 390. 61. 48 . 112-113 to shorten/lengthen proximal phalanx.8 of hallux limitus. 38 Overcorrection. padding and shoes in. 60 of bony prominences. 72-73. 23.

118-120. 60 views in. 91 Resectional arthroplasty with prostheses. 167-168 modifications.155 Regnauld procedure. 48-52. 72. 418.32 of MAA.36. 39-40. 173-174 operative technique. 382-383 Relaxed calcaneal stance position (RCSP). 432 Reverdin procedure. 36. 163 radiography of. 40-41. 119-120. 278. 419. 163-168 advantages and disadvantages of. 31.42 of sesamoids. 155-156.427. 42. 118-120. 34-35. 31.171. 35-36.187 Proximal phalanx anatomic considerations of. 168-170.201 application of. 186. 281-282. 427.38 of proximal phalanx length. 427. 30-31.172. 35-36. 36. 17 implants and. 46 of HAA. 204 in Iuvara type A osteotomy. 349 radiographic evaluation of. 282. 34 of HAIA. 169. 401-402. 87. 76-77. 55 of first MTPJ. 406. 41-42. 6-7 Proximal articular set angle (PASA) Austin procedure and. 88. 90.203.173-174. 116.164 postop management of. 120. 42 procedures to shorten or lengthen. 281-282. 282. dysfunctional. 52-56. 30 of metatarsal protrusion distance. 170-171. 121. 285. abnormal. 53.282 functional vs.39 ofIMA. 54.376 of first MTPJ. 77 use of. 218.38 SCARF procedure and. 399. 163-166. 28 template utilization in. 285 reverse. 168-170. 73 length of and first MTPJ arthrodesis. 42.36. 407-408 Reverdin-Green procedure.404-405 497 . 166 S Sagittal Z procedure. 136. 43.403. 399. 89 preop. 37. 139-140. 376-377. 45. 218-221 in Youngswick-Austin procedure. 118. 50-51.28 Removable bunion splint.432 Reverdin-Laird procedure. 122-123 for hallux limitus/rigidus. 121. see Preoperative evaluation.33 of valgus rotation of hallux. 400.40 of metatarsal width. 169 and double osteotomy of first metatarsal.432 radiographic evaluation of. for hallux limitus. 166-167 preop criteria for.90 Range of motion exercises. 168-174 Reverdin-Creen procedure. 60-61. 43-45. 123 for hallux limitus/rigidus. 201-202. 122. 122-123 R Radiography intraoperative.Index Preoperative evaluation-cont'd radiographic-cont'd of first metatarsal sagittal plane alignment. 144 in double osteotomy of first metatarsal. 35 and lMA.37. radiographic postop. 35 Reese osteotomy guide. 33 PASAin. 41 of PASA. 49. 456-457 Rectus feet HAAin.38 overcorrection of.36. 32-34. 142. 277-278. 78-79 Pronation.52 ofTAA.

104. 151 Soft tissue anchors. 191. 418. 424 in McBride-type bunionectorny. 4. 92 Silicone elastomers. 90 Swanson implants. reactive. 351-352 hallucal adductor tendon transfer and. 78 surgical. removable bunion. 103-110 McBride-type bunionectorny. 21. 100. 95-98.54 . incision care after. 97 sesamoid deviation after. 328 Synovitis. 96. 50-51. 86 Steinmann pins in Austin procedure.96. 326. 79 Smart Pin. 86-87. 456 silicone. for hallux limitus. 194 operative technique. 85 Suture removal. 415 Talus.376 Subchondral cyst formation. 189-190.84. 193 Screws. 86 Staked first metatarsal head. 423. 103. 87 Soft tissue bunion procedures.498 Index SCARF procedure. 375 with implants.361 Sterilization. 149-150 Smart Screw. 407 Silver procedure. 360-361. 90. 53-54. 390 Splint. 339. 193 preop indications and considerations for. 188-189. 362-363. 91 Stainless steel wire. 55. 320 titanium. 85. 445 in first MTPJ arthrodesis. 95-98. 152 in first MTPJ arthrodesis. 323 Stretching exercise.101 and hallux varus. 430-431 technique modifications. 53.331. 460 Sesamoids and first MTPJ arthrodesis. 465 Skin scribe. 192. 99 Sesamoiditis.454.52 Shoes hallux abducto valgus from. 56 Sesamoidectomy fibular. 363 Second metatarsal. 321-322 Silicone joint prothesis. 376. 427 Staples. 49. 322-323 Steroids for hallux limitus. implants and. 52 tibial medial subluxation. 434. 106. in implants. 340 rotation of. 22 radiographic evaluation of. 361.109 pain in. implants and. see Total adductus angle Tailor's bunion. for hallux limitus/rigidus. 98-103 Silver procedure. 320-321. 109-110 relocation of. 188 reverse. 452 T TAA. 51-52.339 deformation of. alignment of first metatarsal relative to. 435 operative technique for. for hallux limitus/ rigidus. 194 contraindications and complications. 97 Soft tissue release. 330. 95-110 adductor tendon transfer. 7-8 in preop evaluation. 332. first metatarsal sagittal position relative to. 83-85.454 Surgical history. 48-52. 191 postop management of.332 outcomes with. lOS. 418 position relative to first MTPJ. 12 Suture material. 451 flexible hinge toe. 83. 87 complications with. 193. of implants. 419 tibial and hallux varus repair.453. 379 Sokoloff V osteotomy. 183-195 advantages and disadvantages of.

330-340 Futura. for postop infection. 138 utilization of. 89. 384.339 Trackbound. 184. 332. 336.343 historical development of. 80.Index Templates in Austin procedure. 340-344. 194 T-shaped dorsal capsulotomy. 154. 334. 387. excessive bone removal in. metatarsal width and. 183 499 . 18. 325. 155-157. 32-34. 80.337.155. 407 U Undercorrection.33 Total flexible hinge implants. 385. 336 Swanson. 339 Lal'orta. 438-441. 405 with Iuvara-type osteotomy.388-389 z Z osteotomy.27. 75 Vitallium implant. 338-339 outcomes with. 483-484 Wright Medical's Titanium Hemi Toe Implant. 321 Two-component joint prosthesis. 81-82. 81 Two-component implants. as postop complication. 186. 335.331.332. 464-470 U-shaped medial capsulotomy. 341. 335 GAIT. 134. 439. 258 Wound care. 334. 338 operative technique for. 76-77.81 T-shaped medial capsulotomy. 384-385. 320 W Watermann procedure. 23. 481. 338. 153. 406 Wedge osteotomy. first MTPJ.28 Wilson-type bunionectomy. 334-335. 81 V Van Ness procedure. 327 Y Youngswick-Austin modification. 392 Vascular anatomy. 340 preop criteria for. 334. 335. 386-387 with Hohmann-type osteotomy. 77 Tendon procedures.340 Lawrence. 159 for hallux limitus/rigidus. 443 Weight-bearing clinical evaluation. 19 Transpositional capital osteotomy. 440-441 TLS drain system. 333.89 Total adductus angle (TAA). 135-137.342.332. postop radiographs of. 26. seealso specific tendons complications of. 156 contraindications to. 185. 339. 41-42 Troughing phenomenon.