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  • calcaneonavicular — Relating to the calcaneus and the navicular bone. SYN: calcaneoscaphoid. * * * calcaneonavicular see PLANTAR CALCANEONAVICULAR LIGAMENT * * * cal·ca·neo·na·vic·u·lar (kal ka″ne o nə vikґu lər) pertaining to the calcaneus …   Medical dictionary

  • calcaneonavicular coalition — one of the most common types of tarsal coalition, involving the calcaneus and the navicular bone …   Medical dictionary

  • calcaneonavicular ligament — ligamentum calcaneonaviculare …   Medical dictionary

  • calcaneonavicular ligament plantar — ligamentum calcaneonaviculare plantare …   Medical dictionary

  • Plantar calcaneonavicular ligament — Infobox Ligament Name = Plantar calcaneonavicular ligament Latin = ligamentum calcaneonaviculare plantare GraySubject = 96 GrayPage = 355 Caption = Ligaments of the medial aspect of the foot. (Plantar calcaneonavicular ligament labeled at bottom… …   Wikipedia

  • plantar calcaneonavicular ligament — plantar cal·ca·neo·na·vic·u·lar ligament (.)kal .kā nē ō nə vik yə lər n an elastic ligament of the sole of the foot that connects the calcaneus and navicular bone and supports the head of the talus called also spring ligament …   Medical dictionary

  • facet for calcaneonavicular ligament — facies articularis partis calcaneonavicularis ligamenti bifurcati …   Medical dictionary

  • facet for plantar calcaneonavicular ligament — facies articularis ligamenti calcaneonavicularis plantaris …   Medical dictionary

  • pars calcaneonavicularis ligamenti bifurcati — calcaneonavicular part of bifurcate ligament: former name for the ligamentum calcaneonaviculare …   Medical dictionary

  • Ligament — A ligament is a tough band of connective tissue that connects various structures such as two bones. Ligament is a fitting term; it comes from the Latin ligare meaning to bind or tie. * * * 1. A band or sheet of fibrous tissue connecting two or… …   Medical dictionary

  • Ankle — Lateral view of the human ankle Latin articulatio talocruralis Gray s …   Wikipedia

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