Performing Revision Surgery Following The Lapidus Bunionectomy

As with any bunion procedure, the Lapidus procedure may be associated with a number of potential complications and sequelae. Excessive elevation of the first metatarsal following the Lapidus procedure may result in lesser metatarsalgia or hallux limitus. Excessive shortening following the Lapidus procedure may also result in lesser metatarsalgia, hallux hammertoe deformity and lesser digital deformities.

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Performing Revision Surgery Following The Lapidus Bunionectomy

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