The bones of the midfoot include the medial, intermediate and lateral cuneiform, the navicular, and the cuboid.  Posteriorly the navicular and cuboid bones articulate respectively with the talus and calcaneus bones of the hindfoot at the transverse tarsal joint.  This joint is also known as Chopart’s joint.  Anterior, the three cuneiform and cuboid bones articulate with the five metatarsals at the tarsometatarsal joint.  This joint is also known as Lisfranc’s joint.  The midfoot is an area of “tight” articulations and little motion.  It is designed to maintain the arches of the foot and provide a stable platform for weight bearing and ambulation.  

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