This deformity affects mostly women. The foot is very wide, even webbed. The condition is characterized by protruding of the first and fourth metatarsal bone to the medial and lateral side of the foot.
Rheumatic disease often leads to destructions of the foot joints. Frequently, very big deformities form in a very short period of time. Specific character of this condition does not allow to describe the deformities precisely.
A condition in which the transverse arch of the foot is reduced or even reversed. Heads of the second and third metatarsal bone are located lower than first, fourth and fifth metatarsal bones.
A patient with very advanced foot deformities. Additionally vascular lesions in both lower limbs. So far I have operated only one foot. First ray of the foot –Scarf’s method and II, III, and IV ray of the foot –Weil’s method.
Patient 57 years old with serious foot deformities. Lingering pain. Hammer-like set of the second toe. She couldn’t decide to undergo surgery. I performed surgery on both feet.
A 16 year old girl came with a problem – one toe overlapping the second one. She experienced pain near the big toe joint.
23-year-old woman with pain near the II metatarsophalangeal joint (Freiberg-Köhler syndrome) and pain in the toe joint.
A doctor came to me with chronic pain in the big toe joint.
A patient from southern Poland had both feet operated.
62-year-old woman with a post-rheumatic foot deformation. A double osteotomy was performed.