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Medial cuneiform bone

Bone: First cuneiform bone
Skeleton of foot. Medial aspect.
Latin os cuneiforme mediale, os cuneiform primum
Gray's subject #63 270
Dorlands/Elsevier o_07/12598268

The medial cuneiform (also known as first cuneiform) is the largest of the cuneiforms.

It is situated at the medial side of the foot, anterior to the navicular and posterior to the base of the first metatarsal.

It articulates with four bones: the navicular, second cuneiform, and first and second metatarsals.

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