lateral cuneiform bone
A tarsal bone, articulating with the intermediate cuneiform, cuboid, and navicular bones and the second, third, and fourth metatarsal bones.third cuneiform bone
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- lateral canal,
- lateral cartilage of nose,
- lateral cerebral sulcus,
- lateral column of spinal cord,
- lateral cord of brachial plexus,
- lateral cutaneous nerve of calf,
- lateral cutaneous nerve of forearm,
- lateral cutaneous nerve of thigh,
- lateral fissure,
- lateral fold
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