Joint

(redirected from Subtalar joint)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Legal, Acronyms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Related to Subtalar joint: midtarsal joint

Joint

Describing anything in which two or more persons hold equal rights and responsibilities. For example, every account holder may use the funds in a joint account (though not always independently from the other holders), and each owner is equally liable for a jointly-held property.
References in periodicals archive ?
The study found that fluoroscopically guided subtalar joint injections is an effective method for treating juvenile arthritis in that joint, and that earlier treatment after diagnosis was more likely to have a successful outcome.
In aligning the subtalar joint in its neutral position when taking a foot mold, two lines are normally drawn: one bisecting the calcaneus and the other bisecting the posterior aspect of the lower third of the tibia.
Effects of laterally wedged insoles on knee and subtalar joint moments.
Yasuda and Sasaki (18) showed that a laterally based heel wedge shifts the subtalar joint in valgus, which causes the mechanical axis to shift laterally.
1) More recently, it has been appreciated that injuries to the lateral ligamentous complex of the subtalar joint are closely related to ankle sprains.
This repeated compression and entrapment, like nuts in a nutcracker, results in bone contusions and local synovitis involving the posterior recess of the tibiotalar and subtalar joints.
The opening materials cover the basics--gross anatomy of the ankle and subtalar joints, instrumentation and operative setup for arthroscopy and for diagnostic arthroscopy of these joints.
Since this fracture involves the articular surface of the talus and the tibial plafond in the ankle joint as well as the subtalarjoint, anatomic reduction of these intra-articular fractures is essential in order to preserve normal biomechanical loads through the ankle and subtalar joints.
Achilles tendinopathy patients present excessive eversion and dorsiflexion of subtalar joints and also display excessive eversion on walking.