vesalianum

vesalianum

 [vĕ-sa″le-a´num]
a sesamoid bone in the tendon of origin of the gastrocnemius muscle, or in the angle between the cuboid and fifth metatarsal bones.

os ve·sa·li·a·num

the tuberosity of the fifth metatarsal bone sometimes existing as a separate bone.

vesalianum

/ve·sa·li·a·num/ (vĕ-sa″le-a´num) a sesamoid bone in the tendon of origin of the gastrocnemius muscle, or in the angle between the cuboid and fifth metatarsal.

vesalianum

a sesamoid bone in the tendon of origin of the gastrocnemius muscle, or in the angle between the cuboid and fifth metatarsal bones.
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Describio originalmente los huesos: esfenoides; bigornia y martillo; pre-maxilar; mandibula; hioides; vertebras; escapula; clavicula; huesos del carpo; esternon (compuesto de 3 partes); Os vesalianum.
He described: scapula; incus and malleus; pre- maxillar; mandible; hyoid; vertebrae; sphenoid; clavicle; bones of the carpus; sternum (with three bones); os vesalianum.
It is observable, from the drawing that shows the angle between the tubercular eminence of the fifth metatarsal and the cuboid, a small and rounded bone, similiar to that of the hand, named under Os Vesalianum, however, of a doubtful existence (Singer, 1996; Saunders & O'Malley) (Fig.