Subtalar joint dislocation (1% of all dislocations) is the permanent loss of articular relationships in the talonavicular and talocalcaneal joints, without other involvement of the foot. Dislocation can occur medially (85%), laterally (15%), posteriorly (2.5%) and anteriorly (1%). Reduction can be performed by closed or open technique; lateral dislocations often require open reduction because of inclusion of soft tissues or bone fragments. Lateral dislocations are frequently complicated by bone exposure, risk of infection and associated soft tissues injuries.

Subtalar dislocation: a narrative review

G. Lugani
Writing – Original Draft Preparation
;
A. Santandrea
Writing – Original Draft Preparation
;
F. Perusi
Investigation
;
B. Magnan
Writing – Review & Editing
;
2022

Abstract

Subtalar joint dislocation (1% of all dislocations) is the permanent loss of articular relationships in the talonavicular and talocalcaneal joints, without other involvement of the foot. Dislocation can occur medially (85%), laterally (15%), posteriorly (2.5%) and anteriorly (1%). Reduction can be performed by closed or open technique; lateral dislocations often require open reduction because of inclusion of soft tissues or bone fragments. Lateral dislocations are frequently complicated by bone exposure, risk of infection and associated soft tissues injuries.
Acquired clubfoot
Acquired flatfoot
Foot and ankle trauma
Irreducible dislocation
Lateral subtalar dislocation
Subtalar dislocation
Humans
Tomography, X-Ray Computed
Subtalar Joint
Joint Dislocations
Fractures, Bone
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