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Articular Area of Intermediate Cuneiform Bone
Skeletal System

Articular Area of Intermediate Cuneiform Bone

Area articularis ossis cuneiformis intermedii

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Description

The articular area of intermediate (middle or second) cuneiform bone consists of the proximal, distal, medial and lateral aspects of the bone that articulate with adjacent bones. It includes the:

- proximal and distal articular surfaces of intermediate cuneiform bone;

- medial and lateral cuneiform articular facets of intermediate cuneiform bone.

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