Navicular bone

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(Anat.) One of the middle bones of the tarsus, corresponding to the centrale
A proximal bone on the radial side of the carpus; the scaphoid.

See also: Navicular, Navicular

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The Dunblane athlete and Central AC star raced over 3000 metres at the Millrose Games in NewYork on February 3 and during that race he suffered a fractured navicular bone in his right foot.
One marker was placed on the navicular bone of the right foot, indicating the medial longitudinal arch (Fig.
Partial excision of the navicular bone is the surgical option for isolated navicular lesion.
Joel Embiid, the third overall pick in 2014, has yet to play after surgeries to repair an injury to the navicular bone in his right foot.
The navicular bone is one of the seven tarsal bones that form the ankle.
Divide the master knot of Henry at the junction of flexor digitorum longus and flexor hallucis longus below the navicular bone.
Navicular drop test: while the subject was in a sitting position, with knees flexed at 90[degrees] and ankle joint in a neutral position, the tuberosity of navicular bone was marked with a non-toxic marker.
9) published a case of Brodie abscess caused by Salmonella in the navicular bone in a 4-year old boy who did not have hemoglobinopathy or immune deficiency.
If a child of pubertal age presents with pain localized to the inner side of the arching foot, think tarsal navicular bone apophysitis, which is due to the presence of accessory navicular or open apophysitis.
The cause, she said, was navicular syndrome in both of the horse's front feet, caused either by an inflammation or degeneration of the navicular bone and its surrounding tissue.
in position of weight bearing, level of tuberosity difference of navicular bone is less in under research and control groups.
1 overall by the Cleveland Cavaliers, had two screws inserted into the navicular bone in his right foot at Southern California Orthopedic Institute.