What is cuboid subluxation?

Cuboid subluxation involves injury and displacement of the cuboid and surrounding tissues, resulting in localized pain over the cuboid and occasional problems pushing off with the foot and toes while dancing or running.

What is calcaneocuboid articulation?

The calcaneocuboid joint is part of the mid-tarsal (Chopart) joint. It is a synovial articulation between the calcaneus and the cuboid bones of the foot.

Where is calcaneocuboid joint located?

Calcaneocuboid arthritis is a form of osteoarthritis which affects the calcaneocuboid joint, that is located between the cuboid bone and the heel bone. Located on the outside of the foot, in front of the heel bone, the cuboid bone is characterised by its cube shape.

What kind of joint is the calcaneocuboid?

gliding type

Joint, calcaneocuboid: The joint located in the foot between the calcaneus bone and the cuboid bone. It is a gliding type of joint. The ligaments that serve to support and strengthen this joint are called the capsular, dorsal calcaneocuboid, bifurcated, long plantar, and plantar calcaneocuboid ligaments.

What is a Chopart dislocation?

Chopart’s fracture–dislocation is a dislocation of the mid-tarsal (talonavicular and calcaneocuboid) joints of the foot, often with associated fractures of the calcaneus, cuboid and navicular.

What is a Chopart injury?

Chopart fracture-dislocations occur at the midtarsal (Chopart) joint in the foot, i.e. talonavicular and calcaneocuboid joints which separate the hindfoot from the midfoot. The commonly fractured bones are the calcaneus, cuboid and navicular.