- cubital joint,
- cubital nerve,
- cubitus valgus,
- cubitus varus,
- cuboidal epithelium,
- cucking stool
Origin of cuboid
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But this will not be so if the vase is spherical or if it has the shape of a cuboid.
Two sesamoid bones are usually developed below each metatarso-phalangeal joint, and one below the cuboid.
In the tarsus the cuboid articulates with both the calcaneum and the astragalus, which is remarkably flat.
The cuboid is small, and the internal and middle cuneiform bones are small and united together.
The distal row of the tarsus has four bones, three cuneiforms and a cuboid.The Cambridge Natural History, Vol X., Mammalia|Frank Evers Beddard