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Type III Accessory Navicular Bone

Pier BDP - MedPix (2008)

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Affiliation: Uniformed Services University

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Type III Accessory Navicular Bone

History: Pt is a 23 y/o AA female varsity athlete who presented initially with complaint of right foot pain. No pertinent medical history.

Findings: Plain radiographs of R Foot: Consistent with presence of accessory navicular bone, articulating with navicular tubercle. Also, sclerotic changes are present in navicular bone near articulation with talus. Bone Scan: Increased radiotracer uptake in R navicular bone, as well as R 4th metatarsal CT Scan: confirmed presence of accessory navicular bone, as well as sclerotic changes of navicular bone.

Ddx: Fracture of True Navicular Bone Accessory Navicular Bone Multiple Stress Fracture of Foot

Dxhow: On CT, as well as during excision.

Exam: PE: Pt with no pain over lateral foot, including boney palpation of lateral structures. Was quite TTP over TMTJ on Hallux side of foot.

No MeSH data available.


Because of overpenetration, on cannot,fully visualize the navicular-talar junction.  The metatarsals appear normal.  However there is an accessory navicular bone present
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Type III Accessory Navicular Bone

Pier BDP - MedPix (2008)

Because of overpenetration, on cannot,fully visualize the navicular-talar junction.  The metatarsals appear normal.  However there is an accessory navicular bone present
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MPX1501_synpic42110: Because of overpenetration, on cannot,fully visualize the navicular-talar junction. The metatarsals appear normal. However there is an accessory navicular bone present

View Article: MedPix Image - MedPix Case

Affiliation: Uniformed Services University

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Type III Accessory Navicular Bone

History: Pt is a 23 y/o AA female varsity athlete who presented initially with complaint of right foot pain. No pertinent medical history.

Findings: Plain radiographs of R Foot: Consistent with presence of accessory navicular bone, articulating with navicular tubercle. Also, sclerotic changes are present in navicular bone near articulation with talus. Bone Scan: Increased radiotracer uptake in R navicular bone, as well as R 4th metatarsal CT Scan: confirmed presence of accessory navicular bone, as well as sclerotic changes of navicular bone.

Ddx: Fracture of True Navicular Bone Accessory Navicular Bone Multiple Stress Fracture of Foot

Dxhow: On CT, as well as during excision.

Exam: PE: Pt with no pain over lateral foot, including boney palpation of lateral structures. Was quite TTP over TMTJ on Hallux side of foot.

No MeSH data available.