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Correction of post septic equinus deformity of left ankle subluxation in combination with 1st metatarsophalangeal joint deformity of 90° downwards with 7 cm L.L.D of left leg, with bad scar and hard skin discoloration in dorsum of great toe

MOJ Orthopedics & Rheumatology
Bari MM,1 Islam Shahidul,2 Ashraf Mohammad Tanvir,3 Bari AM Shayan R4


Severe equinus deformity of left ankle and 90° deformity to the plantar surface in the left metatarsophalangeal joint can cause a compression and stretch in the whole great toe. As a result, the skin became hard and discolored in the dorsum of the great toe; the patient’s gait was awkward and with painful limping.


post-septic, equinus, 1st metatarsophalangeal joint, tibia, deformity, ilizarov apparatus