Surgical Repair of Posttraumatic Hallux Valgus Deformity in a Collegiate Football Player: A Case Report.
CASE: We report a rare case of posttraumatic hallux valgus in a collegiate football player after an acute medial collateral ligament tear of the first metatarsophalangeal joint. The patient was treated with a modification of the modified McBride technique, using an all-suture anchor for the medial ligamentous complex repair. There was return to sport at 5 months and a Foot and Ankle Outcome Score of 95% at 10 months. CONCLUSION: A modified McBride procedure further modified with the utilization of an all-suture anchor for the medial ligamentous complex repair can result in correction of deformity, pain-free movement and return to sport.
Gorica, Z; McFarland, K; Lewis, JS; Schweitzer, KM; Vap, AR
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