Interosseous intercuneiform ligaments

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Interosseous intercuneiform ligaments
Details
Latin ligamenta intercuneiformia interossea
From cuneiform
To cuneiform
Identifiers
Dorlands
/Elsevier
l_09/12492422
TA A03.6.10.505
FMA 71413
Anatomical terminology

The Interosseous intercuneiform ligaments are short fibrous bands that connect the adjacent surfaces of the medial and intermediate, and the intermediate and lateral cuneiform bones. It is one of the 3 ligaments responsible for maintaining the transverse arch of the foot together with the interosseous ligaments of metatarsals and the transverse metatarsal ligament.