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  • Calcaneus - “ The calcaneus, also referred to as the calcaneum, (plural: calcanei or calcanea) is the largest tarsal bone and the major bone in the hindfoot. It...”
  • Navicular - “ The navicular bone is found in the midfoot and is one of the tarsal bones. Its structure resembles that of a boat. It is the last bone of the foot...”
  • Foot (medial oblique view) - “ The medial oblique projection is part of the three view series examining the phalanges, metatarsals and tarsal bones that make up the foot.  Pati...”
  • Midfoot - “ The midfoot is the portion of the foot that sits between the hindfoot and forefoot. It is composed of the cuboid, navicular and cuneiform bones. T...”
  • Forefoot - “ The forefoot is the portion of the foot distal to the midfoot and is composed of the metatarsals and the phalanges. The tarsometatarsal joints (TM...”
  • Tarsal bones (mnemonic) - “ Mnemonics of the tarsal bone are numerous and useful for memorizing the order and location of tarsal bones. They usually describe the position of ...”
  • Tarsal bones - “ The tarsal bones are the seven bones of the foot excluding the metatarsals and phalanges. They are collectively known as the tarsus. The seven bon...”
  • Metatarsals - “ The metatarsals consist of five long bones in the foot. They are numbered from 1st to 5th from the medial side of the foot to lateral. They are an...”
  • Medial cuneiform - “ The medial cuneiform is one of the tarsal bones located between the navicular and base of first metatarsal, medial to the intermediate cuneiform b...”
  • Cuboid - “ The cuboid bone is one of the tarsal bones located lateral to the lateral cuneiform bone and has an important articulation with the calcaneus. Gr...”
  • Talus - “ The talus is a tarsal bone in the hindfoot that articulates with the tibia, fibula, calcaneus, and navicular bones. It has no muscular attachments...”
  • Lateral cuneiform - “ The lateral cuneiform is one of the tarsal bones located between the intermediate cuneiform and cuboid bones. Gross anatomy Osteology The later...”
  • Intermediate cuneiform - “ The intermediate cuneiform is one of the tarsal bones located between the medial and lateral cuneiform bones. Gross anatomy Osteology This is a...”
  • Hindfoot - “ The hindfoot is the most posterior portion of the foot and is composed of the talus and calcaneus. The mid-tarsal joint (Chopart joint) joins the ...”

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