Interosseous intercuneiform ligaments
|Interosseous intercuneiform ligaments|
|Latin||ligamenta intercuneiformia interossea|
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.
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