calcaneonavicular

cal·ca·ne·o·na·vic·u·lar

(kal-kā'nē-ō-na-vik'yū-lăr),
Relating to the calcaneus and the navicular bone.
Synonym(s): calcaneoscaphoid

cal·ca·ne·o·na·vic·u·lar

(kal-kā'nē-ō-nă-vik'yŭ-lăr)
Relating to the calcaneus and the navicular bone.

calcaneonavicular

(kăl-kā″nē-ō-nă-vĭk′ū-lăr) [″ + navicula, boat]
Pert. to the calcaneus and navicular bone.
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Forces that can influence talonavicular joint are posterior tibial, the deltoid ligament, the calcaneonavicular ligament, the whole talonavicular capsule, the dorsal talonavicular ligament, the bifurcated (Y) ligament, the inferior extensor retinaculum, and occasionally the cubonavicular oblique ligament.
A three-dimensional study of calcaneonavicular tarsal coalitions.
According to the authors, flat feet is one of the most common symptoms of excessive joint laxity, and most changes occur within the most movable joints: the talocalcaneal and calcaneonavicular joints.
An oblique (3/4) radiograph also showed the calcaneonavicular coalition in the right foot only (Fig.
X-rays and CT showed a fibrocartilaginous coalition of the calcaneonavicular joint along with partial osseous fusion of the naviculocuneiform (Chopart's joint) and medial cuneiform-first metatarsal joints (Figs.
Surgical reconstruction for calcaneonavicular coalition: evaluation of function and gait.
(3,6) Calcaneonavicular and talocalcaneal coalitions have been reported to occur in approximately equal frequency, (6,7) however, recent investigations suggest that calcaneonavicular coaltions occur 3 times more frequently.
Although it is uncommon for an os calcaneus secundarius to cause symptoms, range of motion of the subtalar joint may be limited by the ossicle, clinically resembling a calcaneonavicular coalition.
Chambers RB, Cook TM, Cowell HR (1982) Surgical reconstruction for calcaneonavicular coalition.
(14) Hiss used the term "flexible arch" for the medial arch, and the lateral arch he called "rigid arch," or "weight bearing arch." (14) The medial longitudinal arch is supported by the plantar fascia and a ligamentous group comprising the long plantar, short plantar, and plantar calcaneonavicular (spring) ligaments, and when weight is placed on the foot it works as a spring.
We revaluated 101 of 169 identified cases for location (calcaneonavicular vs.
Coalition of the middle talocalcaneal joint is second only to calcaneonavicular coalition.