Special FocusLesser Toes Deformities: A Percutaneous ApproachVernois, Joel MD*,†; Redfern, David MBBS, FRCS‡,§; GRECMIP soon MIFASAuthor Information *Sussex Orthopaedic NHS Treatment Centre, West Sussex ‡Montefiore Hospital, Hove, East Sussex §London Foot and Ankle Centre, Hospital of St John and St Elizabeth, London, England †ICP, Clinique Blomet, Paris ∥2 Negre-Vergne Road, Merignac, France The authors declare no conflict of interest. Address correspondence and reprint requests to Joel Vernois, MD, Sussex Orthopaedic NHS Treatment Centre, Lewes Road, Haywards Heath, West Sussex RH16 4EY, England. E-mail: [email protected]. Techniques in Foot & Ankle Surgery: June 2020 - Volume 19 - Issue 2 - p 69-75 doi: 10.1097/BTF.0000000000000277 Buy Metrics Abstract Not all toe deformities are identical, and yet our classic procedures offer very few options. The typical open bone procedures result in the creation of a stiff joint where it was previously mobile. The main advantage of percutaneous surgical techniques is to afford the surgeon an expanded variety of treatment options to correct both rigid and flexible deformities. Percutaneous techniques increase our armamentarium for better adaption to the individual deformity of each patient. Copyright © 2020 Wolters Kluwer Health, Inc. All rights reserved.