navicular

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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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Although this is a retrospective case series of six dancers (10 feet) and no comparison with other treatment modalities is made, in our clinic the simple excision of a symptomatic accessory navicular Type II has proven to be a reliable treatment for professional dancers.
The prominence of the accessory navicular on both feet is clearly visible in releve position.
A, Anterior-posterior view x-ray with the accessory navicular visible.
A, Preoperatively with an accessory navicular on both sides.
The incidence of accessory navicular bone types in Turkish subjects.
Accessory navicular bone: not such a normal variant.
Surgical treatment of the symptomatic accessory navicular. J Bone Joint Surg Br.
Case report: stress fracture of accessory navicular: a rare cause of foot pain.
The symptomatic accessory navicular bone: a report and discussion of the clinical presentation.