Not under the BIg Toe but in the ball joint.
there's a big heel following us.
Only an x-ray and a doctor can tell for sure if it is broken. It is rare to have to set a broken toe. Usually we either "buddy tape" them to the next toe (but not the big toe) or leave them alone and let them heal. It should take about 4 weeks for the bone to heal but you can have soreness for a few months.
"Morton's toe" is the technical term for the second toe being longer than the first. This can also be referred to as "Morton's Foot", "Greek foot", "Royal Toe", "LaMay toe", "Sheppard's Toe" and Morton's syndrome or long toe syndrome.
Toes cannot be purchased, even though they are valuable to us. If you're asking for a hypothetical value, I believe a big toe would cost more than a pinky toe. It's the "thumbkin" of the foot.
From big to small your toes are called your big toe, your index toe, your middle toe, your fourth toe, and your pinky toe. WRONG. The "big toe" is called "Hallux".
The equivalent for big toe or big digit in animals is called Hallux
It is called the germinal matrix. Try google next time.
An ungual philange. The big toe is called the hallux.
its the toe next to your big toe. Provided its been once removed !!!
left side:ring toe right side:not visible
The big toe bone is called the hallux. It is the innermost (most medial) toe of the foot, and is made up of the proximal and distal phalanges.
Wish I knew, I have a real dry big toe to that peels no matter what I use on it. And the toe next to the big toe that is longer is a native american trait just like shovel teeth.
No the little toe is lateral to the big toe, and so the big toe is medial to the little toe.
The small toe is lateral to the big toe. The big toe is closer to the midline of the body.
The middle toe is lateral to the big toe. The big toe is closer to the midline of the body.