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An os supranaviculare is an accessory ossicle of the foot, located at the proximal dorsal aspect of the navicular bone or talonavicular joint. It is also known as Piries bone, talonavicular dorsale, or (dorsal) talonavicular ossicle and is present in ~1% of the population.
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