Navicular bone - Navicular syndrome

Bone navicular Accessory navicular

Bone navicular Navicular bone

Bone navicular Accessory Navicular

Bone navicular Navicular Bone:

Bone navicular Tarsal Navicular

Navicular Disease (Horses)

Bone navicular Navicular Fracture

Bone navicular Navicular Fracture

Bone navicular Midfoot Pain:

Bone navicular Navicular Stress

Bone navicular Podotrochlosis: ‘Navicular

Podotrochlosis: ‘Navicular Syndrome’ is No Longer the End of the Road for Horses

Os Navicularis (Accessory Navicular)

At least two radiographic projections demonstrating the fracture line are necessary before a definitive diagnosis is made.

  • Over the years, I have had a number of patients who come in with complaints of pain in the inner center part of their arch.

  • The bone may break down because of excess force, underlying bone weakness, or a combination of these two factors.

Navicular syndrome

It is advised that if you notice any changes within your horses demeanour that you consult your veterinarian professional immediately.

  • Navicular fractures often require surgical intervention, though they can be treated conservatively in some cases 4.

  • An accessory navicular is an extra bone that is on the inner center arch of the foot.