Case Report

A Patient with Unilateral Tibial Aplasia and Accessory Scrotum: A Pure Coincidence or Nonfortuitous Association?

Figure 4

The first metatarsal bone is smaller and longer as resulting from duplication of a more posterior ray. There is a rudimentary accessory metatarsal bone on the tibial side. The great toe is hypoplastic and triphalageal, while a small monophalangeal extradigit is visible on the tibial side of the first toe. The navicular and cuboid bones are unossified.