talonavicular

talonavicular

 [ta″lo-nah-vik´u-lar]
pertaining to the talus and navicular bone.

ta·lo·na·vic·u·lar

(tā'lō-nă-vik'yū-lăr),
Relating to the talus and the navicular bone.

talonavicular

/ta·lo·na·vic·u·lar/ (-nah-vik´u-ler) pertaining to the talus and navicular bone.

talonavicular

[tā′lōnəvik′yələr]
Etymology: L, talon, bird claw, naviculus, scaphoid
pertaining to the talus and the navicular bones.

talonavicular

pertaining to the talus and navicular bone.
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7) In a long-term follow-up study of 23 patients evaluated over an average of 22 years after tibiotalar arthrodesis, Coester and associates demonstrated progressive degenerative changes of ipsilateral subtalar (91%), talonavicular (57%), and tarsometatarsal (41%) joints.
type 3), and types 1 to 3 plus subtalar, calcaneocuboid, or talonavicular arthritis (type 4).
Effect of isolated talocalcaneal fusion on contact in the ankle and talonavicular joints.
In a long-term follow-up study of 23 patients evaluated over an average of 22 years after tibiotalar arthrodesis, Coester and associates (1) demonstrated progressive degenerative changes (Kellgren grade 4 or 5) of ipsilateral subtalar (91%), talonavicular (57%), and tarsometatarsal (41%) joints.
There was a 19% rate of progressive subtalar arthrosis, and a 15% rate of talonavicular arthrosis.
5); or a talar "beak," proximal to the talonavicular joint (Fig.
16,22,23,31) Calcaneocuboid and talonavicular coalitions are far less frequent.
The most severe subtalar injury is a dislocation with disruption of the talonavicular and subtalar joints.