Medical Definition of Os centrale

1. A small bone occasionally found at the dorsal aspect of the wrist between the scaphoid, capitate, and trapezoid; it is developed as an independent cartilage in early foetal life but usually becomes fused with the scaphoid; it occurs normally in most monkeys. Synonym: central bone. (05 Mar 2000)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Os Centrale

oryza
oryzalin
oryzanol
oryzias
oryzivorous
oryzomyine
oryzomyines
orzo
orzos
os acromiale
os basilare
os breve
os calcis
os capitatum
os centrale (current term)
os centrale tarsi
os coccygis
os costale
os cuboideum
os cuneiforme intermedium
os cuneiforme laterale
os cuneiforme mediale
os ethmoidale
os femoris
os frontale
os hamatum

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