talonavicular joint

ta·lo·na·vic·u·lar joint

the part of the talocalcaneonavicular joint that forms the medial element of the compound transverse tarsal joint.
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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.
The isolated tuberculosis of talonavicular joint is exceptionally rare.
We attached the calcaneal allograft by double arthrodesis avoiding the talonavicular joint and using spongy autograft from the iliac bone [11].
With the foot still pointed, a second reading was taken at the talonavicular joint on the dorsum of the foot (Fig.
6,13) The pain is generally reported in the region of the subtalar or talonavicular joint.
Turco (7) (1971) performed an operation in one stage releasing soft tissue on posterior medial aspect along with internal fixation of talonavicular joint with percutaneous Kirschner's wire.
A treatment plan using fascial stripping techniques including cross friction massage and instrument assisted fascial stripping to the lateral heel over the tarsal tunnel, and over the plantar and dorsal surfaces of the forefoot, and high velocity low amplitude (HVLA) toggle board adjustments of the talonavicular joint and mobilizations of the cuboid as well were initiated based on motion palpation.
5); or a talar "beak," proximal to the talonavicular joint (Fig.
Stress fracture of the talus is not common and has been classically described as occurring in the talar neck in a direction parallel to the talonavicular joint.
The posteromedial release that he described addressed the congenital dislocation of talonavicular joint, concomitant medial displacement of the navicular on talus which he thought was basic to clubfoot deformity.
On the weight-bearing lateral radiographs, the inclination of the talus is plantarward in comparison to normal, with collapse typically through the talonavicular joint.
Our examination of gross anatomical structures in clubfoot cases revealed the contracture of tendoachilles with the involvement of the posterior capsule of ankle joint, the capsule of subtalar joint and talonavicular joint being the most common features observed.