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Navicular and Cuboid Fractures.

Navicular and cuboid fractures can be complex and difficult to treat. Depending on the mechanism of injury, diagnosis of such fractures is not always possible with conventional radiographs due to the irregularity and overlap of the midfoot bones. Advanced imaging is indicated if a fracture is of high suspicion or to further characterize a displaced fracture. Cuboid and navicular fractures can occur in isolation but are often associated with other midfoot injuries due to their anatomic relationships. Typically, nondisplaced fractures can be treated conservatively, whereas displaced fractures require surgical intervention to prevent future complications.

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