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1

Congenital fibrous or bony union of the tarsal bones

Tarsal coalition

2

The two most common tarsal coalitions are:

Calcaneonavicular (50%), and talocalcaneal (35%)

3

What radiographic view is best for visualizing calcaneonavicular coalition?

Medial oblique ankle

4

What is a tell-tale sign of talocalcaneal coalition on a lateral ankle radiograph?

"C-sign"

5

The 1st metatarsal bone is short relative to the 2nd

Morton's Toe/syndrome

6

Failure of union of the secondary growth center at the posterior talus, resulting in a fragment of bone. May produce posterior ankle pain on plantar flexion

Os trigonum

7

Secondary ossification center of the medial navicular. Has 3 types

Accessory Navicular (Os tibiale externum)

8

Accessory ossicle between first and second metatarsal

Os intermetatarsaum

9

An ossicle near the cuboid bone (posterior to it)

Os peroneum

10

Ossicle on the superodorsal aspect of the navicular bone

Os supranavicular