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navicular

[nə′vik·yə·lər]
(anatomy)
A boat-shaped bone, especially the lateral bone on the radial side of the proximal row of the carpus.
(biology)
Resembling or having the shape of a boat.
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Significant differences were also observed for the magnitude of plantar pressure under the first metatarsal heads (mask 3), cuboid bone (mask 4), and navicular bone (mask 5).
The medial longitudinal arch (MLA) angle, the MLA deformation and the navicular drop were measured on both sides by marking three points according to Bandholm.
suspensorio do boleto articulacao 4 3,8 metacarpofalangeana Exostose dorso proximal falange proximal 3 2,9 Fratura falange distal 2 1,9 Laminite cronica (com rotacao da falange distal) 3 2,9 Miopatia/mialgia regiao glutea 11 9,3 Osteite falange distal 7 6,7 Periostite proliferativa McII/ McIII/MtIV 8 7,6 1 0,9 Rabdomiolise por esforco 2 1,7 Rachadura profunda do casco 1 1,0 Ruptura Peroneus tersius 1 0,9 Sesamoidite 1 1,0 Sindrome do navicular (com evidencia radiografica) 3 1,3 Sinovite art.
Utilizing the following keywords narrowed the literature search: anterior cruciate ligament, predisposing risk factors, navicular drop, anterior knee laxity, and neuromuscular control.
2.5 cm long, 4.5-5 cm in diameter (including floral bracts), floral bracts narrowly ovate, apex acuminate, distinctly canaliculate, navicular, ecarinate, strongly recurved, exceeding the sepals, yellowish-green to orange (when fully exposed), thin in texture, inconspicuously and sparsely white-lepidote near the base to glabrous, glabrous toward the apex, nerved abaxially, 25-35 x 11-15 mm, densely spinose, spines narrowly triangular, the basal ones retrorse the median to apical ones antrorse, uncinate, greenish except for the pale castaneous apex, 0.5-1.5 mm long, 0.5-1 mm apart.
The assumption--now shown to be baseless--has been that operating on tarsal navicular stress fractures facilitates early return to activity, said Dr.
So I think there's still a lot left to learn about navicular stress fractures," said Dr.
We discuss some of the more commonly symptomatic bones, namely the os acromiale, os styloideum, metacarpal and hallux sesamoids, patella, os trigonum, os calcaneus secundarius, accessory navicular, os peroneum, and os intermetatarseum.
Harold Hawkins diagnosed avascular necrosis of the navicular bone.
Such areas include the apex of the lung, the axilla on a mammogram, sudden, severe headaches, the navicular bone, the head of the pancreas or the ovary.