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The anatomic snuffbox is a small depression located immediately distal and
slightly dorsal to the radial styloid process. It becomes outlined and is palpable
when the patient extends his thumb laterally away from his fingers (Fig. 43).
Navicular Tubercle. As you continue moving proximally along the medial border
of the foot, the next large bony prominence you encounter is the navicular
tubercle (Fig. 6). The navicular articulates with five other bones : Proximally with
Zone II— Navicular Tubercle and the Tatar Head As has been stated previously,
the plantar portion of the talar head articulates with the sustentaculum tali and the
anterior portion with the posterior aspect of the navicular. The talar head lacks ...
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