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Anatomy Atlases: Atlas of Human Anatomy: Plate 6: Figure 12

Atlas of Human Anatomy

The tarsal and metatarsal bones of the left foot from their plantar and anterior (or sole) surface.

Translated by: Ronald A. Bergman, PhD and Adel K. Afifi, MD, MS
Peer Review Status: Internally Peer Reviewed


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The ossa tarsi and metahtarsi, 
  of the left foot, from the ventral or plantar surface.

I) Talus.

a) Body.
b) Neck.
c) Head.
d) Inferior articular surface (for the body of the calcaneus).
e) Anterior articular surface (for the anterior process of the calcaneus).
f) Superior surface of the trochlea.

II) Calcaneus

g) Peroneal trochlea of calcaneus.
h) Tuberosity of calcaneus.
i) Anterior process of the calcaneus.
k) Anterior cuboidal surface.
l) Sustentacular tali (lateral process).

III) Os Navicular.
IV) Os cuneiform, I.
V) Os cuneiform, II.
VI) Os cuneiform, III.
VII) Os Cuboid.

m) Sulcus of os cuboid (for the tendon of m peroneus longus).
n) Body of metatarsal bone.
o) Base of cuboid.
p) Head of cuboid.
q) Tuberosity of ossa metatarsi V.
r) Ossa sesamoides of great toe.
s) Plantar tubercle of ossis metatarsal of the great toe.
t) Tuberosity of os navicular.

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