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Cuboideonavicular Joint (Left)
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Cuboideonavicular Joint (Left)

Articulatio cuboideonavicularis

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Description

The cuboideonavicular joint is formed by the articulation of the navicular bone with the cuboid bone. It is a fibrous joint and has a fibrous capsule, strengthened by the dorsal and plantar cuboideonavicular ligaments. Strong interosseous ligaments also strengthens this joint.

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