Question by  Tombo (106)

What is the accessory navicular bone?

I know it's in your foot.


Answer by  littlecrazy (75)

Accessory navicular bone is like it's name suggests an accessory bone that not all people have. It's located in the proximal part of the foot, just before metatarsal bones, in the inner portion. It's absolutely normal to have it, it's not a disease, rather a physiological state. Sometimes it leads to pain and has to be surgically removed.


Answer by  Jackie50 (360)

It's a small extra bone in the foot, and most people don't have it. It's located on the inner part of the foot near the arch.


Answer by  Max89 (36)

The Accessory Navicular Bone is an accessory bone in the foot. It is present in 2.5% of the population and usually has to be operated on due to being symptomatic.

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