Sequelae include loss of height, heel widening subfibular impingement, calcaneocuboid
joint impingement, varus heel, and posttraumatic arthrosis.
In most recent reports [1, 2], the treating physicians performed reconstructive surgery for lateral column shortening and articular displacement, followed by fixing the fracture with a miniplate or the calcaneocuboid
joint with a plate and K-wire after bone grafting.
CT clearly demonstrated a minimally displaced, comminuted cuboid fracture with articular extension into both the calcaneocuboid
joint posteriorly and the cuboid-metatarsal joints anteriorly, with little to no articular incongruity (Fig.
type 3), and types 1 to 3 plus subtalar, calcaneocuboid
, or talonavicular arthritis (type 4).
7,13) When arising from within the joints, the tarsometatarsal, metatarsophalangeal and calcaneocuboid
are common origin points.
1 rebounds per game despite suffering pain in his calcaneocuboid
joint for most of that time.
5 mm diameter and calcaneocuboid
arthrodesis with a Blount's staple (Figure 3).
In this study we set the lowest contact point of the calcaneocuboid
articular surface and the calcaneus with the ground as the constraint point.
Lateral: Lateral structures, peroneal sheath, calcaneocuboid
joint, and completion of talonavicular and subtalar release
Calcaneal inclination axis (CIAx): the line tangential to the most inferior aspect of the plantar calcaneal tuberosity and the most distal and inferior aspect of the anterior calcaneus at the calcaneocuboid
and talonavicular coalitions are far less frequent.
Though CT guided Sanders classification [5-7] is helpful for location and number of fracture lines through the posterior facet, it also cannot give clue regarding descriptions of other important aspects of these fractures including heel height and width, varus-valgus alignment and calcaneocuboid