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Anatomy Atlases: Atlas of Human Anatomy: Plate 8: Figure 7

Atlas of Human Anatomy

Left foot, seen from the medial side.

Translated by: Ronald A. Bergman, PhD and Adel K. Afifi, MD, MS
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Left foot, seen from the medial side

a) Tibia.
b) Fibula.
c) Medial malleolus.
d) Talus.
e) Calcaneous.
f) Calcaneous, tuberosity.
g) Sustentaculum tali.
h) Cuboid bone.
i) Navicular bone.
k) Cuneiform bone, I.
l) Cuneiform bone, II.
m) Metatarsal (of great toe) bone.
n) Base of metatarsal I bone.
o) Head of metatarsal I bone.
p) Hallux (great toe), phalanx I bone.
q) Hallux (great toe), phalanx II bone.
r) Second toe.

  1. deltoid (medial) ligament.
  2. posterior talofibular ligament.
  3. posterior talocalcaneous ligament.
  4. plantar calcaneocuboid ligament (4 and 6 combined named bifurcate ligament).
  5. dorsal talonavicular ligament.
  6. calcaneonavicular ligament.
  7. lateral cuneonavicular ligament.
  8. dorsal cuneonavicular (cuneiform I) ligament.
  9. cuneonavicular (cuneiform II) ligament.
  10. dorsal intercuneiform ligament.
  11. dorsal ligament of base of metatarsal of hallux (great toe).
  12. plantar ligament of base of metatarsal of hallux (great toe).
  13. lateral collateral ligaments of phalanges.
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