calcaneocuboid joint


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cal·ca·ne·o·cu·boid joint

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a somewhat saddle-shaped synovial joint between the anterior surface of the calcaneus and the posterior surface of the cuboid. This is the lateral element of the compound transverse tarsal joint.

calcaneocuboid joint

A vaguely saddle-shaped synovial joint between the anterior surface of the calcaneus and the posterior surface of the cuboid, which comprises the lateral part of the transverse tarsal joint.
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During the manipulation, some doctors may apply counter-pressure on the calcaneocuboid joint, which may be the main reason behind the failure of the treatment or recurrence of the deformity.
In the joint of the middle foot (talonavicular joint and calcaneocuboid joint), the maximal stress increased with the material hardness.
Taken together, this suggested that the adjacent joint such as talonavicular or calcaneocuboid joint in midfoot may influence the coronal alignment of the hindfoot.
Sequelae include loss of height, heel widening subfibular impingement, calcaneocuboid joint impingement, varus heel, and posttraumatic arthrosis.
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.
1.0 = lateral border curves at calcaneocuboid joint.
Platt, a sophomore, started 24 of 27 games this season, averaging 3.1 points and 2.1 rebounds per game despite suffering pain in his calcaneocuboid joint for most of that time.
A previous report referring to ossification or calcification of the peroneus longus tendon has focused and reported on lesions beneath the plantar aspect of the cuboid, lateral to the calcaneus, or at the level of the calcaneocuboid joint [3].
The Evans osteotomy was performed in parallel with the calcaneocuboid joint at a distance of approximately 1.5 cm with a wedge-shaped graft lengthening the lateral column; however, the LCL procedure involves the risk of overcorrection, which can also lead to calcaneocuboid osteoarthritis, lateral column foot pain, and fifth metatarsal stress fractures [6-9].
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 joint;
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.