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Combined Osseous Medial Cuneonavicular Coalition and Nonosseous Naviculocuboid Coalition Presenting as First Metatarsophalangeal Joint Pain

A Case Report

Nina S. Babu Department of Podiatry, Kaiser Foundation Hospital, Santa Rosa, CA.

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Tarsal coalitions of the lesser tarsus are relatively rare congenital anomalies. A case report of a 54-year-old man with an osseous medial cuneonavicular coalition and a nonosseous naviculocuboid coalition that presented as first metatarsophalangeal joint pain is described.

Corresponding author: Nina S. Babu, DPM, Department of Podiatry, Kaiser Foundation Hospital, 3925 Old Redwood Hwy, Stein Campus, Mob4, Santa Rosa, CA 95403. (E-mail: nsbabu@temple.edu)