Dorsal Dislocation of medial Cuneiform along with Lisfranc i
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The medial cuneiform articulates with navicular and first metatarsal. It is the largest of all the three cuneiform bones. Together with the first and second metatarsals, the navicular, and the intermediate cuneiform, this bone is part of joints in the mid-foot. Medial cuneiform serves as the site of attachment for numerous ligaments, peroneus longus and tibialis anterior muscles. Medial cuneiform also forms a part of the medial longitudinal arch of the foot. Dorsal dislocation of the medial cuneiform is a very rare injury. We present a case report of dorsal dislocation of medial cuneiform along with lisfranc injury in a 20-year-old male

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