Three bones enter into its formation: the second phalanx, the third phalanx, and the navicular bone.
It articulates with the second metatarsal and with the navicular.
Obscure lameness; foot suspected of navicular disease; very lame.
It articulates with the third metatarsal and with the navicular.
Its posterior part shows a transversely elongated facet for articulation with the navicular bone.
You've a lot to learn about navicular, you 'ave, if you can talk such rot as that!
The navicular bone and bursa and the tendon of the perforans also suffer from the effects of compression.
There was no adherence of the tendon to the navicular bone nor any ulceration.
The wound extended down through the sole and opened the navicular joint.
The navicular bone is what we may term a complement of the os pedis.
navicular na·vic·u·lar (nə-vĭk'yə-lər)
A comma-shaped bone of the wrist that is located in the first row of carpals.
A concave bone of the foot, located between the talus and the metatarsals. Also called scaphoid.