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Table 2 Main foot abnormalities in a group of 95 patients with RA

From: The impact of rheumatoid foot on disability in Colombian patients with rheumatoid arthritis

Foot Alterations (N = 78) % N
Hallux Valgus 65.3 (62)
Hallux Rigidus 2.1 (2)
Hammer toe (Hallux) 0 (0)
Hammer toe (Lesser toes) 6.3 (6)
Claw toe (Hallux) 0 (0)
Claw toe (Lesser toes) 38.9 (37)
Cock-up toe (Hallux) 1.1 (1)
Cock-up toe (Lesser toes) 34.7 (33)
Metatarsofalangeal (luxation) 7.3 (7)
Medial Longitudinal Arch Flattening 42.1 (40/93)
Transverse Arch Flattening 25.3 (24/93)
Plantar/Dorsal Hyperqueratosis 76.8 (73)
Plantar/Dorsal Ulcers 0 (0)
Hindfoot Valgus 21.1 (20/94)
Hindfoot Varus 17.9 (17/94)
Posterior Tibial Disfunction 2.1 (2/94)
Painful metatarsophalangeal compression positive squeeze test 46.3 (44)
Forefoot movement pain 15.8 (15)
Subtalar movement pain 22.1 (21)
Tibiotalar movement pain 24.2 (23)
Plantarflexion restriction (Hallux) 3.2 (3)
Plantarflexion restriction (Lesser toes) 3.2 (3)
Dorsiflexion restriction (Hallux) 3.2 (3)
Dorsiflexion restriction (Lesser toes) 2.1 (2)
Eversion restriction 26.3 (25)
Inversion restriction 17.9 (17)
Plantarflexion restriction (Tibiotalar) 18.9 (18)
Dorsiflexion restriction (Tibiotalar) 33.7 (32)