tarsal bones


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tar·sal bones

n., pl. huesos del tarso
huesos tarsales.
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It is the most proximal of all the tarsal bones and situated below the talus and extends behind it.
Amongst the tarsal bones, the calcaneus was the most commonly broken bone, and the cuboid, the least.
Radiographs showed multifocal lytic lesions in the tarsal bones.
These studies have suggested that tibia is the most commonly involved bone, followed by the metatarsal and tarsal bones.
A tarsal coalition can occur between any of the seven tarsal bones.
Calcaneal fractures are the most common fractures of the tarsal bones, representing 2% of all fractures and accounting for 60%-65% of all tarsal fractures.
Other sites like shoulder girdle, spine, pelvis, and sacroiliac joints, the anterior chest, metatarsals, metacarpals, phalanges, tarsal bones, mandible have also been reported.
The navicular bone is one of the seven tarsal bones that form the ankle.
The cuboid is one of the most critical tarsal bones and constitutes a core element of both the longitudinal and transverse arch of the foot.
Two tarsal bones in the proximal and four tarsal bones in the distal row of ossa tarsi were observed.
In other birds, chondrosarcomas have been described in the metatarsophalangeal joint (SIEGFRIED, 1983), nictitating membrane (SPALDING & WOODARD, 1992), tarsal bones (KENNEDY et al.