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Synonyms for hallux

the first largest innermost toe

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In your case, a big first toe (known as an Egyptian foot) needs a narrow platform that keeps the big toe from jamming in bourrees and enables the lesser toes to take more of the pressure.
The first toe is the most commonly involved joint (gouty pain in the great toe is called podagra).
Transfer metatarsalgia can occur since the first toe is unable to bear weight.
And if this first toe in the water towards an operational nuclear power plant sparks a debate then at least it might get everyone together to look at all the options available.
Furthermore, rather than pointing forward as in a theropod or backward as in a perching bird, the Archaeopteryx first toe pointed sideways as a human thumb does, says Mayr.
A bunion is a swelling of the joint at the base of the first toe.
Yet, according to a new study there are major differences in a wide array of variables including arch shape, the lateral side of the foot, the first toe, and the ball of the foot.
In September 1997, the patient noted pain and soreness in knees, ankles, right first toe, and plantar heels.
The new ORTHOLOC[TM] 3Di Reconstruction System offers surgeons a wide range of plate designs to address some of the most common procedures performed by foot and ankle surgeons, including bunion reconstruction and fusions of the first toe," stated Carroll P.
His first toe in the water was with a leg in Burtondale Boy, whose lack of ability meant he joined a riding school after the end of his two-year-old career.