trigonum

[trahy-goh-nuhm]
noun, plural trigona [trahy-goh-nuh] . Anatomy.

Origin:
1720–30; < Latin trigōnum triangle. See trigon

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trigonum tri·go·num (trī-gō'nəm)
n. pl. tri·go·na (-nə)
A triangular anatomical area.

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Potentially painful normal variants such as accessory navicular and os trigonum have been described.
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