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Morton's Toe. Did you know approximately 10 percent of people have this attribute? Historically, it has been thought to indicate intelligence, good breeding (genes) and Greek heritage (still often referred to as ''Greek Toe''). What is it really?
The condition commonly known as a Morton's toe is also called Morton's syndrome and long toe. The last of these names is the most descriptive and perfectly captures the nature of the condition itself. First discovered in the 1920s by Dr. Dudley