The bipartite tarsal navicular bone: radiographic and computed tomography findings.

Abstract

Two cases of bipartite tarsal navicular bone are presented. The radiographic and computed tomography (CT) findings of this anatomical variant are described. Correct recognition of this entity is important, both because it may be the cause of symptoms per se, and because it may be misdiagnosed as a fracture. When plain films are not diagnostic, CT scanning… (More)

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@article{Shawdon1995TheBT, title={The bipartite tarsal navicular bone: radiographic and computed tomography findings.}, author={Anik Shawdon and Z Stephen Kiss and P. J. Fuller}, journal={Australasian radiology}, year={1995}, volume={39 2}, pages={192-4} }