Effectiveness of the Dorsal Thermoplastic Locking Orthosis to Prevent Floating Toes in Postoperative Follow-up of Weil Osteotomies: Pilot Study

Background: The Weil oblique distal metatarsal osteotomy is regularly used in the treatment of primary metatarsalgia. The most frequent complication is the floating toe, which occurs in up to 36% of postoperative follow-up.

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Effectiveness of the Dorsal Thermoplastic Locking Orthosis to Prevent Floating Toes in Postoperative Follow-up of Weil Osteotomies: Pilot Study

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