1 Ankle (talocrural) joint. Articulatio talocruralis. Upper ankle joint between the talus, tibia and fibula. D

I 2 Medial or deltoid ligament. Lig. mediale (del-toideum) articulationis talocruralis. Ligament on the medial side of the ankle which consists of the four segments described below. D

3 Tibionavicular part. Pars tibionavicularis. Group of fibers connecting the medial malleolus to the dorsal and medial surfaces of the navicular bone. D

4 Tibiocalcanealpart.Parstibiocalcanea.Groupof fibers connecting the medial malleolus to the sus-tentaculum tali. BD

5 Anterior tibiotalar part. Pars tibiotalaris ante-rior.Segmentofthedeltoid ligamentthatconnects the medial malleolus to the medial surface of the talus as far as the neck of the talus. D

6 Posterior tibiotatar part. Pars tibiotalaris posterior. Fibers extending posteriorly from the medial malleolus almost as far as the posterior process of the talus. B D

7 Anterior talofibular ligament. Lig. talofibulare anterius.Ligamentextendingfromthelateralmal-leolustothelateralsurfaceoftheneckofthetalus.A

8 Posterior talofibular ligament. Lig. talofibulare posterius.Itoriginatesinthelateralmalleolarfossa and inserts at the lateral tubercle of the posterior process of the talus. A B

9 Calcaneofibular ligament. Lig. calcaneofibulare. Itpassesobliquelyandposteriorlyfromtheapexof the alteral malleolus to the calcaneus. AB

10 Intertarsal joints. Articulationes intertarseae. Joints between the tarsal bones.

11 JOINTS OF THE FOOT. Articulationes pedis.

12 Talocalcaneonavicular joint. Articulatio talocal-caneonavicularis.Theanteriorportionofthelower ankle joint in which the talus articulates with the calcaneus and navicular bones. AC

13 Subtalar joint. Articulatio subtalaris (talocal-canea). Joint between the talus and calcaneus that represents the posterior part of the lower ankle joint. AB C D

14 Lateral talocalcaneal ligament. Lig. talocal-caneum laterale. Ligament that passes from the trochleaofthetalustothelateralsurfaceofthecal-caneus. It is partially covered by the calcaneofibu-lar ligament. A

15 Medial talocalcaneal ligament. Lig. talocal-caneum mediale. Ligament on the medial side of the foot that extends from the medial tubercle of the posterior process of the talus to the sustan-taculum tali. B D

15a Posterior talocalcaneal ligament. [[Lig. talocal-caneum posterior.]] Fibrous band extending from the posterior process of the talus to the calcaneus, thereby bridging the sulcus of the tendon of the flexor hallucis longus muscle.

16 Transverse tarsal (midtarsal) joint [[Chopart's joint]] Articulatio tarsi transversa.Joint situated in front of the talus and calcaneus but proximal to the cuboid and navicular bones. C

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