BACKGROUND: Tarsal coalition is the result of failure of segmentation amongst two or more bones of the foot [1]. It often be- comes symptomatic in the second decade of life due to ossification of the synostosis [1, 2] with resulting in- creased stress on nearby joints, i.e., ankle and Chopart’s. The purpose of this article is to describe the clinical exam, imaging workup and subsequent management of the two most common coalitions of the foot, calcaneo- navicular and talocalcaneal."

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