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Intermediate cuneiform bone

Bone: Second cuneiform bone
Skeleton of foot. Lateral aspect.
Latin os cuneiforme intermedium, os cuneiforme secundum
Gray's subject #63 271
Dorlands/Elsevier o_07/12598254

The intermediate cuneiform (also known as second cuneiform / middle cuneiform) is shaped like a wedge, the thin end pointing downwards.

It is situated between the other two cuneiforms, and articulates with the navicular posteriorly, the second metatarsal anteriorly and with the other cuneiforms on either side.

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