Chapter III

ANATOMICAL RISK FACTORS FOR DIABETIC FOOT ULCERATION

Pes Planus

Pes Planus Deformity—Bunionette

Pes Cavus

Bunionette (Tailor's Bunion)

Claw Toes

Claw and Curly Toe Deformities

Varus Deformity of Toes

Heloma Durum, Bunion, Bursitis, Claw Toe

Heloma Molle

Hallux Valgus with Overriding Toe

Convex Triangular Foot (Hallux Valgus and Quintus Vargus)

Hallux Valgus, Overriding Toe, Claw Toes, Edema

Onychomycosis: Hallux Valgus and Hammer Toe Deformity

Mallet Toe

Prominent Metatarsal Heads and Claw Toes

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Postoperative Hallux Valgus After Second Toe Removal

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First Ray Amputation

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Callus Under Bone Prominence

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Callus over Prominent Metatarsal Heads

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Hemorrhagic Callus

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Ulcer Under a Callus Area

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Ulcer Under Hallux

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Heel Cracks

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Bilateral Chopart Disarticulation

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Neuropathic Ulcer

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Ingrown Nails (Onychocryptosis)

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