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www.reference.com/article/meanings-longer-second-toe-372be3ed3516a9b1

According to Foot Care For You, a longer second toe means that the first metatarsal bone is shorter than second metatarsal bone, or the first metatarsal bone is unstable. A longer second toe is associated in foot reading with strong leadership skills, Celtic origin or r...

www.reference.com/article/causes-middle-toe-pain-d8495bdf7d9df1c2

Morton neuroma is a nerve injury that commonly causes thickening and pain between the third and fourth toes, according to MedlinePlus. Other common causes of toe pain include ingrown toenails, blisters, corns, calluses and other injuries, according to MedicineNet.

www.reference.com/article/mean-person-longer-second-toe-big-toe-1106775d35784808

A second toe longer than the big toe has been associated with dependability, conservative views and keeping one's emotions in check. It is commonly called "Morton's toe" after the American orthopedic surgeon, Dudley Joy Morton. However, it is also known as "Greek toe."

www.reference.com/article/medical-term-toes-e80b86a0c2153e12

The medical term for toes is phalanges, which is plural, and phalanx when referencing a single toe. The term was coined by Greek philosopher Aristotle 384-322 .B.C. Phalanges also refers to fingers.

www.reference.com/article/muscle-extends-toes-dba9d831bc5527b5

The muscles that extend the toes are the flexor hallucis longus, which flexes and extends the big toe, and the flexor digitorum longus, which flexes and extends the “lateral” four toes. The muscle known as the “flexor hallucis longus” is found on the posterior surface n...

www.reference.com/article/causes-toe-cramps-42762db815b02468

Toe cramps are a type of muscle cramp that has various causes including an electrolyte imbalance, nerve damage and vitamin D deficiency, according to MedlinePlus. Diagnosis involves testing the body's kidney function and hormone, mineral and vitamin D levels.

www.reference.com/article/second-toe-bigger-big-toe-358fada6b3f18f15

About.com explains that the second toe develops longer than the big toe from a condition called Morton's toe, which results from irregularities in the metatarsal bones in the feet. The metatarsal bones are the long bones in the ball of the foot. In those with Morton's t...