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Dorsal Cuneonavicular Ligaments
Connective Tissue

Dorsal Cuneonavicular Ligaments

Ligamenta cuneonavicularia dorsalia

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The dorsal cuneonavicular ligaments are a set of three ligaments that attach the dorsal aspects of the medial, intermediate, and lateral cuneiform bones to the navicular bone.

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The dorsal cuneonavicular ligaments help stabilize the cuneonavicular joint.

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Joint Ligament

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Entheseal structures are widely located throughout the body and are represented by the interface between bone and several tissues including tendon, joint capsules and ligaments.

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