Diagnosis and tests of the Bunion
The diagnosis hallux valgus is made with a clinical examination. Observing, palpating and watching the patient walking can help achieve a clear diagnosis in the majority of cases. The rest of the tests are complementary and serve to firm up the diagnosis and make decisions on the treatment.
Among the complementary tests, the fundamental examination is:
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