The Hohmann and Lapidus procedures are comparable for long-term hallux valgus outcomes
Long-term results of the Hohmann and Lapidus procedure for the correction of hallux valgus: A prospective, randomised trial with eight- to 11-year follow-up involving 101 feetBone Joint J. 2013 Sep;95-B(9):1222-6
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87 patients (101 feet) aged 16 to 63 years, suffering from hallux valgus were randomized to evaluate the efficacy of the Lapidus procedure against the Hohmann procedure for long-term results, and to assess the implications of a hypermobile first tarsometatarsal joint (TMTJ-1). Hypermobility of the TMTJ-1, pain, function, measurement of the hallux valgus angle and forefoot, as well as patient satis...
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