Modality: X-ray (Frontal)

- “ The key differential for this cause is a fracture of the hallux sesamoid. A bipartite hallux sesamoid, as in this case, has the following features...”

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  • Multipartite hallux sesamoid - “ Multipartite hallux sesamoids are a commonly seen normal variant, present in up to 33% of hallux sesamoids. They are more commonly bipartite than ...”
  • Hallux sesamoid - “ The hallux sesamoid bones are paired ossicles of the foot. They function as a fulcrum to increase the leverage of both flexor hallucis brevis and ...”

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