lateral cuneiform bone

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lat·er·al cu·ne·i·form bone

(lat'ĕr-ăl kyū-nē'i-fōrm bōn)
A bone of the distal row of the tarsus; it articulates with the intermediate cuneiform, cuboid, navicular, and second, third, and fourth metatarsal bones.
Synonym(s): wedge bone.
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Hospital number: Surname Name Scan date: Involvement (yes/no) Subluxation (yes/no) Pattern I Pattern II Pattern III Pattern IV Pattern V Not applicable Semiquantitative score BMO score (0-2) Fracture score (0-2) Medial sesamoid Lateral sesamoid Proximal phalanx 1 Proximal phalanx 2 Proximal phalanx 3 Proximal phalanx 4 Proximal phalanx 5 Metatarsal 1 Metatarsal 2 Metatarsal 3 Metatarsal 4 Metatarsal 5 Medial cuneiform Intermediate cuneiform Lateral cuneiform Cuboid Navicular Talus Calcaneum Tibial plafond Medial malleolus Lateral malleolus Total score = sum of all scores Table 2: Interobserver agreement for the total BMO score and total fracture score for all observers and for the three pairs of observers.
The following bones were reviewed for the presence of bone marrow oedema and fracture in all 3 imaging planes: 1st to 5th proximal phalanges; medial and lateral sesamoids; 1st to 5th metatarsals; medial, middle, and lateral cuneiforms; navicular, cuboid, talus, and calcaneum; distal tibial plafond; and medial and lateral malleoli.
We report an extremely rare occurrence of a closed lateral subtalar dislocation with associated dorsal dislocations of the fourth and fifth tarsometatarsal (TMT) joints and fracture of the lateral cuneiform in a 52-year-old male after a low energy fall from standing height.
The medial facet of the cuboid articulates with the lateral cuneiform, and the proximal facet of the cuboid articulates with the calcaneus.
Many surgeons continue to fix the transfer into an osseous tunnel in the lateral cuneiform. This has two disadvantages: first, it has been shown to increase the likelihood and severity of the tarsal joints in predisposed patients.
(6,7) There are also reports of third metatarsal and lateral cuneiform (8,9) and medial cuneiform-first metatarsal joints.
Loss of motion between the cuboid and adjacent tarsals, 4th & 5th metatarsals, lateral cuneiform and calcaneum.
The base of the third metatarsal can be fixated to the intermediate or lateral cuneiform. Finally Kirschner wire was used to successively fixthe base of the fourth and the fifth metatarsals to the lateral cuneiform and the cuboid.10 In Myerson type B1 patients the incision was always produced by the dorsal of the first tarsometatarsal joint dorsal plate was used for fixation.
His break was at the base of the fourth metatarsal bone and under the surface of another small bone, called the lateral cuneiform bone.
The cuboid is the only bony structure supporting the lateral column of the midfoot [1], and it is required to maintain polyarticular alignment of the tarsal bones (the calcaneus, the lateral cuneiform, and the fourth and fifth metatarsals) [2].
Systems Groups Integumentary (1) Skeletal (27) Bones of leg (2) Tarsal bones (7) Metatarsals (5) Muscular (5) Phalanges (13) Systems Structures Integumentary (1) Skin Skeletal (27) Tibia, Fibula Talus, Calcaneus, Navicular, Medial cuneiform, Intermediate cuneiform, Lateral cuneiform, Cuboid.
Lateral Cuneiforms are founded which part the human body?

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