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*  Accessory navicular bone
"The symptomatic accessory tarsal navicular bone: assessment with MR imaging". Radiology. 195 (3): 849-853. doi:10.1148/ ... An accessory navicular bone is an accessory bone of the foot that occasionally develops abnormally in front of the ankle ... Surgery can be performed at any age because it does not alter any other bones. Symptoms of an accessory navicular bone may ... From left to right: Type 1, 2 and 3 Lateral projection of type 2 Type 2 Cornuate navicular bone Cornuate navicular bone ...
*  Navicular bone
The navicular bone in humans is one of the tarsal bones, found in the foot. Its name derives from the human bone's resemblance ... The term navicular bone or hand navicular bone was formerly used for the scaphoid bone, one of the carpal bones of the wrist. ... The central tarsal bone in the hock of the horse is homologous and analogous to the navicular bone of the human foot, and thus ... "Navicular Bone - The distal sesamoid bone of the horse. The navicular bone is located deep in the hoof behind the joint between ...
*  Greyhound racing in the United Kingdom
"Asymmetric adaptive modeling of central tarsal bones in racing greyhounds". Bone. 27 (2): 257-263. doi:10.1016/s8756-3282(00) ... Boudrieau, RJ (1984). "Central tarsal bone fractures in the racing Greyhound: a review of 114 cases". Journal of the American ... Guilliard, M. J. (2010-12-01). "Third tarsal bone fractures in the greyhound". Journal of Small Animal Practice. 51 (12): 635- ... Tarsal Bone Failure Surfaces Using Scanning Electron Microscopy". Calcified Tissue International. 67 (3): 260-266. doi:10.1007/ ...
*  Dinocephalosaurus
Out of the carpal bones, only six are ossified; similarly, only three of the tarsal bones are ossified. Additionally, the ... The known specimens are probably mature, given that they have fused skull bones and lack the multi-cusped teeth seen in ... Combined with its ossified bones, this suggests that the embryo was at an advanced developmental stage, whereas crocodilians, ... but it may also be due to the sequence in which the limb bones of tetrapods ossify. Although the presence of an embryo per se ...
*  Eupodophis
The pelvic bones are small and weakly attached to each other. Tarsal bones are present but reduced in size and form. The ... This suggests that the bones of Eupodophis became reduced in size through a change in the rate of bone growth, not major ... the limb bones remain light. This lightness is also seen in the bones of terrestrial lizards, suggesting that the limbs had not ... The lack of thickening at either end of the limb bones suggests that growth had stopped occurring in the limbs at one point in ...
*  Lisfranc ligament
An extreme form of the a Lisfranc fracture causes a complete dislocation of the metatarsals from the tarsal bones. When the ... This connection maintains proper alignment between the metatarsal and the tarsal bones. In 20% of people there are two bands of ...
*  Prodeinotherium
... and the carpal bones and tarsal bones are narrow, but not dolichopodous. Deinotheres like Prodeinotherium have a muscle ...
*  Intertarsal joints
The intertarsal joint are the joints of the tarsal bones in the foot. There are seven specific inter tarsal joints ( ...
*  Goyocephale
The tibia shows a pachycephalosaur design, and no tarsal bones appear to be articulated. The foot of Goyocephale is partially ... The posterior edge of the skull roof, at the edge of the squamosal bones, has many small bony bumps, which would have been the ... The ilium bone shows a morphology typical for pachycephalosaurs, with a thin and horizontally elongate preacetabular process ( ... The limb and girdle bones are well-preserved, and show many features. The humerus is strongly bowed, with a nearly equal ...
*  Dorsal tarsometatarsal ligaments
They are strong, flat bands that stretch from the tarsal bones to the metatarsals . The first metatarsal is joined to the first ... cuneiform by a broad, thin band; the second has three, one from each cuneiform bone; the third has one from the third cuneiform ...
*  Calcaneus
The talus bone, calcaneus, and navicular bone are considered the proximal row of tarsal bones. In the calcaneus, several ... In humans, the calcaneus is the largest of the tarsal bones and the largest bone of the foot. ... Bones of foot 3D rendering of a left calcaneus derived from CT scan data. The calcaneus is white, and the other bones of the ... In humans, the calcaneus (/kælˈkeɪniəs/; from the Latin calcaneus or calcaneum, meaning heel) or heel bone is a bone of the ...
*  Cuboid bone
... the cuboid bone is one of the seven tarsal bones of the foot. The cuboid bone is the most lateral of the bones in the distal ... on this facet glides the sesamoid bone or cartilage frequently found in the tendon of the peroneus longus. The surface of bone ... from the medial part of the under surface of the cuboid bone, from the contiguous portion of the lateral cuneiform bone, and ... The bone provides a groove where the tendon of the peroneus longus muscle passes to reach its insertion in the first metatarsal ...
*  Swoon hypothesis
In doing so, the nail would tear through the foot, eventually locking up against the tarsal bones. After managing to exhale, ...
*  Loricata
An articulation between the fourth tarsal bone and the bottom of the calcaneum in the ankle. A projection at the base of the ... A ridge on the squamosal bone at the back of the skull. A projection on the squamosal that touches the infratemporal fenestra. ... fifth metatarsal of the foot that is separated from the end of the bone by a concave gap. Nesbitt's phylogenetic analysis ...
*  Fenhosuchus
Much of the material of the tarsal bones seem to be similar to those of the genus Shansisuchus. According to Nesbitt (2009) the ...
*  Carpus and tarsus of land vertebrates
The carpus (wrist) and tarsus (ankle) of land vertebrates primitively had three rows of carpal or tarsal bones. Often some of ... it fuses to the scaphoid where it forms the articulation with the trapezoid bone; occasionally it stays separate. In Man's foot ...
*  Djarthia
Skeletal material described include a molar, incomplete cochlear and tarsal bone either complete or in fragmented state of ...
*  Diadectidae
Although they bear similarities to those of amniotes, the tarsal bones of diadectids are poorly ossified and loosely connected ... While earlier tetrapods possess several simple tarsal bones in their ankles, diadectids have a more complex astragalus formed ... A ridge on the dentary bone of the lower jaw may have provided a surface for chewing or even supported a beak. The first ... The digits of the foot connect only to the fourth distal tarsal, providing a wide range of movement in the foot. This ...
*  Plesiosuchus
... carpal and tarsal bones. Both specimens were donated to the University of Toronto through Professor Ramsay Wright in 1900. From ... Some material was destroyed due to pyrite decay while the isolated bone fragment referred to as the "upper maxilla" has never ...
*  List of movements of the human body
Certain movements, such as of the carpal bones of the hand or the tarsal bones of the foot, are difficult to classify. In most ... Pronation is the motion of the inner and outer ball of the foot with the heel bone. One is said to be "knock-kneed" if one has ... Boone, Donna C.; Azen, Stanley P. (July 1979). "Normal range of motion of joints in male subjects". The Journal of Bone and ... Inversion occurs at the subtalar joint and transverse tarsal joint. Eversion of the foot occurs at the subtalar joint. The ...
*  Lateral tarsal artery
The lateral tarsal artery (tarsal artery) arises from the dorsalis pedis, as that vessel crosses the navicular bone; it passes ... lying upon the tarsal bones, and covered by extensor hallucis brevis and extensor digitorum brevis; it supplies these muscles ...
*  Children's feet
The blood supply of the foot then begins to infiltrate the tarsal bones, whilst the process of endochondral ossification sees ... Not all of the foot bones are formed at birth. The navicular is the last bone to ossify, occurring between 2 and 5 years of age ...
*  Crurotarsal
A crurotarsal joint is one that's situated between the bones of crus, i.e. shin (tibia and fibula) and the proximal tarsal ... as it's situated between the two proximal tarsal bones. However, while calcaneum is not fixed to the fibula, the astragalus is ... bones, i.e. astragalus and calcaneum. The ankle joint of therian mammals (marsupials and placentals) is a crurotarsal joint, ...
*  Bone spavin
This condition has various types: jack spavin when lesion on the tarsal and carpal bones is large, and high spavin when the ... Excessive compression can cause, over time, the cartilage between the upper and lower surfaces of the lower tarsal bones to ... Scintigraphy (bone scan) can help to differentiate between suspensory origin desmitis and bone spavin. Bony changes of the ... MSM may also help horses with moderate bone spavin. Proper shoeing is critical in the management of a horse with bone spavin. ...
*  Dog anatomy
Central Tarsal Bone, First, Second, and Third Tarsal Bones Vertebra Body, Pedicles, Laminae, Spinous Process, Transverse ... Peroneus longus: originates on both the tibia and fibula and inserts on the 4th tarsal bone and the plantar aspect of the ... Dogs have disconnected shoulder bones (lacking the collar bone of the human skeleton) that allow a greater stride length for ... vertebra to the back of the axis bone (second cervical or neck bone), which supports the weight of the head without active ...
*  Equine anatomy
... these bones support the corresponding carpal bones in the forelimb, and the corresponding tarsal bones in the hindlimb; ... 20 bones per limb. Bones are connected to muscles via tendons and other bones via ligaments. Bones are also used to store ... Ligaments attach bone to bone or bone to tendon, and are vital in stabilizing joints as well as supporting structures. They are ... bones found on each of the legs, on either side of the cannon bone (8 total); partially vestigial, ...
*  Bone
The exceptions are the eight carpal bones of the wrist, the seven articulating tarsal bones of the ankle and the sesamoid bone ... Most of the bones of the skull are flat bones, as is the sternum. Sesamoid bones are bones embedded in tendons. Since they act ... Bone tissue is a mineralized tissue of two types, cortical bone and cancellous bone. Other types of tissue found in bones ... Artificial bone Bone health Distraction osteogenesis National Bone Health Campaign Cells in bone marrow Scanning electron ...