What Are the Sesamoid Bones of the Body?

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The sesamoid bones are primarily made of trabecular bone, also called cancellous bone or spongy bone. Examples of sesamoid bones include the patella, the medial and lateral sesamoid bones of the first metatarsal, the sesamoid bones of the thumb
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That would be the patella AKA the knee cap.
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Not medical advice, NHS Direct 08454647; A fractured sesamoid causes immediate strong pain and swelling, pain will occur unless rested.
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( ′ses·ə′möid ′bōn ) (medicine) A small bone developed in a tendon subjected to much pressure.
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Not medical advice, NHS Direct 08454647; A fractured sesamoid causes immediate strong pain and swelling, pain will occur unless rested. ...
A sesamoid is a bone found within a tendon in the human body. These are often located where the tendon meets a joint, such as in the knee and foot. The sesamoid ...
A fractured sesamoid is in the foot. Within the tendon lies the sesamoid bone. People involved in sports often get injuries to this part of the foot. Eight to ...
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