A tailor’s bunion, also called a bunionette is a bony prominence of the fifth toe joint. This type of deformity happens when the fifth metatarsal bone enlarges or shifts outward. Similar to a bunion of the big toe, the fifth metatarsal splays outward as the little toe curves inwards creating what appears to be a bump on the outside of the foot. Inherited foot mechanics are largely responsible for the development of this condition, with females being more frequently symptomatic.
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