Factors Associated With Early Loss of Hallux Valgus Correction

Naohiro Shibuya, Evangelos M. Kyprios, Prakash N. Panchani, Lanster R. Martin, Jakob C. Thorud, Daniel Jupiter

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Abstract

Recurrence is common after hallux valgus corrective surgery. Although many investigators have studied the risk factors associated with a suboptimal hallux position at the end of long-term follow-up, few have evaluated the factors associated with actual early loss of correction. We conducted a retrospective cohort study to identify the predictors of lateral deviation of the hallux during the postoperative period. We evaluated the demographic data, preoperative severity of the hallux valgus, other angular measurements characterizing underlying deformities, amount of hallux valgus correction, and postoperative alignment of the corrected hallux valgus for associations with recurrence. After adjusting for the covariates, the only factor associated with recurrence was the postoperative tibial sesamoid position. The recurrence rate was ∼50% and ∼60% when the postoperative tibial sesamoid position was >4 and >5 on the 7-point scale, respectively.

Original languageEnglish (US)
JournalJournal of Foot and Ankle Surgery
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StateAccepted/In press - Jan 1 2017

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Keywords

  • Bunion
  • Foot
  • Metatarsus primus varus
  • Recurrence
  • Surgery

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  • Surgery
  • Orthopedics and Sports Medicine

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Factors Associated With Early Loss of Hallux Valgus Correction. / Shibuya, Naohiro; Kyprios, Evangelos M.; Panchani, Prakash N.; Martin, Lanster R.; Thorud, Jakob C.; Jupiter, Daniel.

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Shibuya, Naohiro ; Kyprios, Evangelos M. ; Panchani, Prakash N. ; Martin, Lanster R. ; Thorud, Jakob C. ; Jupiter, Daniel. / Factors Associated With Early Loss of Hallux Valgus Correction. In: Journal of Foot and Ankle Surgery. 2017.
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