Magnetic resonance imaging findings in bipartite medial cuneiform—a potential pitfall in diagnosis of midfoot injuries: a case series.
J Med Case Rep
EvesTBAhmadMAOddyMJ:Sports injury to a bipartite medial cuneiform in a child.
J Foot Ankle Surg
NguyenTJonesMDShadeVL:Symptomatic bipartite medial cuneiform: a case report.Available at: https://www.acfas.org/uploadedFiles/Physicians/Member_Center/ACFAS_Regional_Divisions/Divisions/Poster_bipartite_medial_cuneifom%20Final%20Draft.pdf. Accessed June 1,2010.
This report discusses an unusual case of a 23-year-old woman with a painful bipartite medial cuneiform and severe arthritic and cystic changes at the partition with no history of trauma. Magnetic resonance imaging confirmed a large cyst with subchondral erosions at the dorsal and plantar segments with significant bone marrow edema. Definitive treatment consisted of arthrodesis on the dorsal to plantar segments using one lag screw, demineralized bone matrix grafting, and a bone stimulator.
Wyckoff Heights Medical Center, Brooklyn, NY.
Englewood Hospital Medical Center, Englewood, NJ.
Long Beach Medical Center, Long Beach, NY.
St. John's Episcopal Hospital–South Shore, Far Rockaway, NY.
Hadassah Medical Center, Jerusalem, Israel.
Corresponding author: Daniel Pollack, DPM, Wyckoff Heights Medical Center, 374 Stockholm Avenue, Brooklyn, N.Y. 11237. (E-mail: email@example.com)