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Technique for Preventing Troughing in Scarf Osteotomy

      Abstract

      Scarf osteotomy is a common operative procedure for mild-to-moderate hallux valgus. We describe a simple supportive technique that prevents troughing intraoperatively without additional bony procedures.

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