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The navicular bone does not belong really to either the proximal or distal row for it is sandwiched between the two rows, articulating in front with the three cuneiforms (medial, intermediate and lateral cuneiforms) and behind  with the head of the talus. It has a prominent tuberosity which provides attachment for the tibialis posterior  tendon.


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