Clawtoe deformity following vascularized fibula graft.

Abstract:

:The free vascularized fibula graft has been an increasingly useful tool in orthopaedic surgery. In addition to its many applications, the reported low donor site morbidity has helped make this a popular treatment modality. Isolated flexor hallucis longus flexion contracture has been reported in the literature; however, multiple ipsilateral clawtoe deformity has not been reported. We describe two cases of multiple clawtoe deformity following ipsilateral harvest of a free vascularized fibula graft.

journal_name

Foot Ankle Int

authors

Bohay DR,Manoli A 2nd

doi

10.1177/107110079501601004

subject

Has Abstract

pub_date

1995-10-01 00:00:00

pages

607-9

issue

10

eissn

1071-1007

issn

1944-7876

journal_volume

16

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