An x-ray showing Morton's Toe. Between 15 to 20 percent of humans have Morton’s Toe. Although the name of the toe refers to the second toe of the foot, it would be more accurate to call the condition Morton’s foot, as the problem is caused by the first metatarsal bone in the foot, not the toe, being shorter than its neighbor.
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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?