Little Toe Deformities
Deformity can also be on other fingers of the foot. They are most common on the second and fifth fingers. In some nervous disorders, all the fingers of the foot can be involved and may look like a claw.
In rheumatic diseases, deformities in toes are common. Deformities do not only lead to aesthetic problem, but they also make it difficult to wear shoes and can cause pain.
Inflammation at the nerve end points passing through the metatarsal bones (Morton neuroma) also a causes pain between the fingers and the front foot. There may be length inequalities not only in the fingers but also in the metatarsal bones and this may manifest itself in the form of callus under the feet.