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

Atlas of Human Anatomy

The left foot, seen from the lateral side.

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

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Figure 8

a) Fibula.
b) Tibia.
c) Lateral malleolus.
d) Calcaneous, body.
e) Calcaneous, tuberosity.
f) Calcaneous, anterior process.
g) Cuboid.
h) Talus.
i) Navicular bone.
k) Cuneiform, II bone.
l) Cuneiform, III bone.
m) Cuneiform, I bone.
n) Tuberosity of metatarsal V.

  1. interosseous ligament of leg.
  2. posterior tibiofibular ligament.
  3. superior anterior tibiofibular ligament.
  4. inferior anterior tibiofibular ligament.
  5. middle calcaneofibular ligament.
  6. posterior calcaneofibular ligament.
  7. anterior calcaneofibular ligament.
  8. tarsal ligamentous ligament.
  9. dorsal calcuneocuboid ligament.
  10. plantar calcaneocuboid ligament.
  11. dorsal calcaneonavicular ligament.
  12. dorsal talonavicular ligament.
  13. dorsal cuboideonavicular ligament.
  14. dorsal navicularcuneiform III ligament.
  15. dorsal navicularcuneiform II ligament.
  16. dorsal intercuneiform ligaments.
  17. dorsal cuboideometatarseum V ligaments.
  18. dorsal tarsal – and metatarsal interosseous ligaments.
  19. dorsal ligaments of the metatarsal base.
  20. lateral collateral ligaments of phalanges.
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