Body of talus Corpus tali B

7 Trochlea tali (talare). Cylindrical surface of the talus that articulates with the tibia and fibula. A

8 Superior surface. Facies superior. Upper surface of the talus that articulates with the inferior articular surface of the tibia. A

9 Medial malleolar surface. Facies malleolaris medialis. Almost sagittaly oriented surface of the talus that articulates with the medial malleolus. A

10 Lateral malleolar surface. Facies malleolaris lateralis. Surface on the lateral part of the talus that articulates with the lateral malleolus. A

11 Lateral process of the talus. Processus later-alis tali. Bony projection below the lateral malleolar surface. A

12 Posterior calcanean facet. Facies articularis calcanea posterior. Posteroinferior surface that articulates with the calcaneus. B

13 Sulcus of talus. Sulcus tali. A groove between the middle and posterior articular facets for the calcaneus. B

14 Middle calcanean facet. Facies articularis cal-canea media. Middle articular surface of the calcaneus. B

15 Anterior calcanean facet. Facies articularis cal-canea anterior. Anterior articular surface of the calcaneus below the head of the talus. B

16 Facies articularis navicularis. Surface on the anterior part of the head of the talus that articulates with the navicular bone. A B

17 Posterior process of talus. Processus posterior tali. Broad process below the posterior margin of the trochlea. It bears the medial and lateral tubercles with the groove for the tendon of the flexor hallucis longus between them. A B

18 Sulcus tendinis m. flex. hall. longi. Groove for the flexor hallucis longus tendon post-eromedial to the posterior process of the talus. A B

19 Medial tubercle. Tuberculum mediale. Bony process anteromedial to the groove for the flexor hallucis longus tendon. A B

20 Lateral tubercle. Tuberculum laterale. Bony process lateral to the groove for the flexor hal-lucis longus tendon. A

21 [Os trigonum]. Independent bone occasionally formed by the lateral tubercle of the posterior process of the talus due to a separate ossific center. E

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