Recurrent dorsal subluxation of the fifth metatarsal-cuboid joint secondary to trauma.
Irwin M. Siegel
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A young woman presented with recurrent dorsal subluxation of the fifth metatarsal-cuboid joint secondary to trauma. The injury was treated by metatarsal-cuboid fusion without functional residual disability.
Metatarsal bone structure
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