The AFCP (French Association of Foot Surgery) classification was recently introduced as a reliable and quick visual method for the assessment of sagittal plane deformities of the second toe. The aim of this study was four-fold: (1) to describe a new toe-ground area score (TAS) as an additional dynamic tool of such classification, (2) to verify whether all second toe deformities could be classified, (3) to assess the TAS intra- and inter-observer reliability and (4) to evaluate the TAS learning curve.

Podoscopic classification of second toe deformities

Bernasconi, Alessio;
2021

Abstract

The AFCP (French Association of Foot Surgery) classification was recently introduced as a reliable and quick visual method for the assessment of sagittal plane deformities of the second toe. The aim of this study was four-fold: (1) to describe a new toe-ground area score (TAS) as an additional dynamic tool of such classification, (2) to verify whether all second toe deformities could be classified, (3) to assess the TAS intra- and inter-observer reliability and (4) to evaluate the TAS learning curve.
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