scaphoid (bone)

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scaph·oid (bone)

the largest bone of the proximal row of the carpus on the lateral (radial) side, articulating with the radius, lunate, capitate, trapezium, and trapezoid.
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scaph·oid (bone)

(skaf'oyd bōn)
The largest bone of the proximal row of the carpus on the lateral (radial) side, articulating with the radius, lunate, capitate, trapezium, and trapezoid.
Synonym(s): os scaphoideum.
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