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A Rare Presentation of Foot Pain

Bilateral Navicular–Medial Cuneiform Coalition

David A. George Department of Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgery, Barnet and Chase Farm Hospitals, Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust, England.

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Julian Livingstone Department of Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgery, Barnet and Chase Farm Hospitals, Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust, England.

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In this case report, we discuss a rare tarsal coalition occurring bilaterally between the navicular and the medial cuneiform in a 15-year-old girl and highlight the management of such cases.

Corresponding author: David A. George, MBChB, BMedSc, MRCS(Eng), Barnet Hospital, Wellhouse Lane, Barnet, Hertfordshire, EN5 3DJ, United Kingdom. (E-mail: davidgeorge@doctors.org.uk)