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Jul 21, 2021

Previous studies have demonstrated success in using autogenous bone graft for arthrodesis in patients with failed surgeries of the hallux. These patients have several causes for pain and dysfunction preoperatively, including a shortened first ray, nonunion, and poor hallux alignment.

In conclusion, the use of an interposition patellar wedge allograft can restore length to the first ray and provide successful salvage of arthrodesis nonunions and bone loss from failed hemiarthroplasty and total joint implants of the great toe MP joint.


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