Reverdin

Reverdin:
Removal of wedge of bone, leave ‘hinge’ of cortical bone on lateral side of head – wedge is closed  realigns hallux on metatarsal in a more rectus position
Indicated for high PASA. Often used with a McBride procedure, especially if HAV is advanced but still has adequate range of motion.

Other Bunion Surgery Procedures:

Capsule/Tendon Balance ProceduresHallux ProceduresDistal Metatarsal Procedures (DMO)Neck ProceduresShaft Procedures
SilverAkinAustinPeabodyScarf
McBrideKellerChevronMitchellMau
MayoYoungswickHohmannKalish
McKeeverReverdinWilsonLambrinudi
WatermannDRATOVogler
Derotational abductory transpositional osteotomy (DRATO)Ludloff
StoneSimmonds-Menelaus
Volgar/Off-set V osteotomy
Base ProceduresCapsulotomies
LapidusWashington monument
Proximal AustinLenticular
Oblique base wedge osteotomy (Juvara)Inverted L
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