Origin of hammertoe
Examples from the Web for hammertoe
Historical Examples of hammertoe
In other cases the second toe may be crowded up as a hammertoe.
The condition described as hammertoe may exist in several or in all of the toes, the great toe being least often involved.
The upward prominence of a toe (usually the second or third) in a rigid position, is known as hallux flexus or hammertoe.
- a deformity of the bones of a toe causing the toe to be bent in a clawlike arch
- such a toe
- A toe, usually the second, that is permanently flexed downward, resulting in a clawlike shape.