Enlocated is a term popular among Australasian (Australia and New Zealand) radiologists and orthopaedic surgeons to describe a joint that is not dislocated.
It does not appear in the Oxford dictionary, nor is it widely used elsewhere in English-speaking countries. Most authors prefer the terms "in joint" or "congruent".
- 1. Hacking C, Crosbie I, Knipe H et al. Personal communication. 22/10/2015.