Tarsal Navicular FractureAka: Tarsal Navicular Fracture
- See Also
- Orman and Ramadorai in Herbert (2016) EM:Rap 16(12): 8-9
Fracture of navicular (C0435939)
|Concepts||Injury or Poisoning (T037)|
|Dutch||naviculare fractuur, fractuur; naviculare, naviculare; fractuur|
|Italian||Frattura del navicolare|
|Portuguese||Fractura do escafóide|
|Spanish||Fractura navicular, fractura de hueso navicular (trastorno), fractura de hueso navicular, fractura del escafoides del pie|
|French||Fracture de l'os naviculaire|
|Czech||Zlomenina člunkovité kosti (os scaphoideum, naviculare)|
|English||Navicular fracture, navicular (foot) fracture, navicular fracture, foot fractures navicular, fracture navicular, navicular foot fracture, fractures navicular, foot fracture navicular, fracture of navicular bone of foot, fracture of tarsal bone(s) navicular, fracture of navicular bone of foot (diagnosis), Fracture of navicular, Fracture of navicular (disorder), fracture; navicular, navicular; fracture|
|Hungarian||Os naviculare törés|
Derived from the NIH UMLS (Unified Medical Language System)
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