1. shaped like a boat
  1. the largest wrist bone on the thumb side
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  • It is attached, medially, to the pisiform and the hamulus of the hamate bone; laterally, to the tuberosity of the navicular, and to the medial part of the volar surface and the ridge of the greater multangular. IV. Myology. 1F. The Muscles and Fasciæ of the Hand
  • ‘As with all performance horses, arthritis and navicular can be a problem,’ Kim explained, saying she relies on her farrier and vet to work together to keep Parker healthy.
  • Several authors have attempted to identify persons who are at increased risk of navicular stress fracture.
  • Metatarsal and navicular fractures may require short leg casting for six to eight weeks unless comminuted or displaced.
  • The insertion may ascend on the lateral face of the radius or may be extended distally to the navicular, trapezium, or base of the third metacarpal bone.
  • 'navicular' have in reality been nothing more than contraction brought about by one or other of the causes we shall afterwards enumerate -- cases where a due attention to the prime cause of the mischief would, in all likelihood, have remedied the lameness. Diseases of the Horse's Foot
  • The metatarsal and the navicular bones were the most commonly involved.
  • Other astragalar facets include a narrow convex articular surface for the cuboid adjacent to the deeply notched surface for the navicular, a small curved surface laterally for articulation with the ectal facet of the calcaneum, a proximodistally elongated convex facet ventrally for long excursion on the calcaneal sustentacular surface, and a small facet adjacent to the cuboid facet for articulation with the calcaneum. PLoS ONE Alerts: New Articles
  • Wounds on the foot consisted of exposed long extensor tendons and medial cuneiform and navicular bones and first metatarsal bone was exposed along its length up to the first metatarsal phalangeal joint.
  • Placing his forefinger here, he ought to place his thumb on the other side of the foot directly opposite, which will show him where the os naviculare and astragalus are connected. A Manual of the Operations of Surgery For the Use of Senior Students, House Surgeons, and Junior Practitioners
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