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2.3.5 Review of bones, joints, and ligaments of the ankle region


Now let’s review what we’ve seen of the bones, joints and pulleys of the ankle region. Then we’ll move on to look at the muscles of the leg.

Here’s the tibia, the fibula, the medial malleolus, the lateral malleolus, the talus, and the ankle joint.

Here’s the interosseous membrane, the proximal tibio-fibular joint, the distal tibio-fibular joint, the posterior tibio-fibular, and talo-fibular ligaments, the anterior tibio-fibular, and talofibular ligaments, and the deltoid ligament. Here's the calcaneus, the cuboid, the three cuneiform bones, and the navicular,

Here are the surfaces for the subtalar joint, and for the T.C.N. joint. Here’s the calcaneo-navicular ligament, the calcaneo-fibular ligament, and the interosseous talo-calcaneal ligament. Here’s the extensor retinaculum, the peroneal retinaculum, and the flexor retinaculum.

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