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It can be a sign of degenerative joint disease (DJD) but usually is secondary to stiffness and lack of motion in the adjacent MP joint. When hallux rigidus forms in the first MP joint, the interphalangeal (IP) joint will be forced into excessive dorsiflexion in an attempt to compensate for the lack of motion in the proximal joint. At times this can be dramatic. I once saw a female dancer who was born with congenital ankylosis of both first MP joints. They were totally rigid. She had Grecian (Morton’s) feet with short first rays and had developed 90 degrees of dorsiflexion in her IP joints so that she had a full demipointe releve´.
As the tenolysis approaches the area of the sustentaculum tali, the sheath thins so that there no longer seems to be anything to divide. The tendon should be retracted with a blunt retractor and inspected for nodules or longitudinal tears. If present, these should be carefully debrided or repaired. At this point the FHL can be retracted posteriorly with the neurovascular bundle. The OT or trigonal process will be found just on the lateral side of the FHL tunnel. If the posterior aspect of the talus cannot be visualized, a capsulotomy should be performed.