cuboid


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cuboid

1. the cubelike bone of the foot; the outer distal bone of the tarsus
2. Maths a geometric solid whose six faces are rectangles; rectangular parallelepiped

cuboid

[′kyü‚bȯid]
(anatomy)
The outermost distal tarsal bone in vertebrates.
(invertebrate zoology)
Main vein of the wing in many insects, particularly the flies (Diptera).
(science and technology)
Nearly cubic in shape.
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Pain is typically localized to the distal peroneus longus tendon as it travels along the posterolateral aspect of the cuboid.
A computed tomography (CT) scan showed displacement of the joint surface between the cuboid and the fourth metatarsal, with a 3.
Such contraction can compress the os peroneum against the cuboid, resulting in fracture and rupture of the peroneus longus tendon.
It is a cuboid, but can you call it something else?
Radiographs of the left foot and ankle showed a minimally displaced but comminuted fracture of the cuboid and swelling of the ankle consistent with an acute ligamentous injury.
Locate the cuboid with the opposite hand, which is just below/med to the styloid process of the 5th met.
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My new physical therapist says I have an unstable cuboid.
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