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talocalcaneonavicular joint

[ tā′lō-kăl-kā′nē-ō-nə-vĭkyə-lər ]
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n.
A ball-and-socket joint, part of the transverse tarsal joint, formed by the head of the talus articulating with the navicular bone and the anterior part of the calcaneus.
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