Accessory bone

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An accessory bone is a bone which does not occur frequently in the body but is still present in a significantly large number of people.

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Examples of accessory bones include the os trigonum ("accessory talus") which if present in the foot typically lies posterior to the talus and the accessory navicular bone

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