Minimally invasive surgery (MIS) in foot and ankle surgery is becoming increasingly popular. Recently, several studies about minimally invasive or percutaneous treatment of bunionette deformity have been published. The first techniques of percutaneous treatment of bunionette deformity were published by Stephen Isham and Mariano de Prado. As interest increases, more research becomes necessary. The lack of direct vision of the surgical field and poor appreciation of anatomy raises some concern regarding complications related to MIS.
Citation: Michels F, Guillo S, Cordier G, Stevens N, Burssens A (2015) Percutaneous Bunionette Correction: A Cadaveric Study. Clin Res Foot Ankle 3:169.