Minimally invasive distal linear metatarsal osteotomy combined with selective release of lateral soft tissue for severe hallux valgus

Hiroyuki Seki, Yasunori Suda, Kenichiro Takeshima, Tetsuro Kokubo, Ken Ishii, Masaya Nakamura, Morio Matsumoto, Yasuo Niki

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Background: Minimally invasive techniques for hallux valgus have been widely used to treat mild to moderate hallux valgus deformities. The purpose of this study was to evaluate the clinical and radiographic outcomes of distal linear metatarsal osteotomy (DLMO), which is one of the minimally invasive techniques, for severe hallux valgus. Methods: 95 patients (141 feet) with severe hallux valgus underwent DLMOs. Lateral soft tissue release (LSTR) was performed at the same time for the cases selected by an original manual test. The satisfaction level, the Japanese Society of Surgery of the Foot (JSSF) hallux scale score, and weight-bearing radiographs of the foot were assessed preoperatively and after more than 24 months. In addition, the clinical and radiographic outcomes were compared among three groups divided by the kind of LSTR: no LSTR; manual correction; and open release through skin incision. Results: Although the first metatarsal bone was significantly shortened, dorsiflexed, and elevated on postoperative radiographs, the rate of satisfaction was 87.2% (123/141), and the mean JSSF hallux scale score improved significantly from 60.4 (44–73) to 90.4 (65–100). The mean hallux valgus and intermetatarsal angles also improved significantly from 45.5° (40.0–60.0°) to 10.3° (−28.0–40.9°) and from 19.9° (14.0–28.7°) to 8.3° (−1.6–18.5°), respectively. Delayed union (18 feet), metatarsalgia (16 feet), recurrence (22 feet), and hallux varus (22 feet) were observed, and they were more obvious in DLMO combined with open release through a skin incision. Conclusions: DLMO combined selectively with LSTR is an effective procedure for correcting severe hallux valgus. However, the indication for open release with DLMO should be considered carefully.

Original languageEnglish
JournalJournal of Orthopaedic Science
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Publication statusAccepted/In press - 2018 Jan 1

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Hallux Valgus
Metatarsal Bones
Osteotomy
Hallux
Foot
Hallux Varus
Metatarsalgia
Skin
Weight-Bearing
Recurrence

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  • Orthopedics and Sports Medicine

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Minimally invasive distal linear metatarsal osteotomy combined with selective release of lateral soft tissue for severe hallux valgus. / Seki, Hiroyuki; Suda, Yasunori; Takeshima, Kenichiro; Kokubo, Tetsuro; Ishii, Ken; Nakamura, Masaya; Matsumoto, Morio; Niki, Yasuo.

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