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lecture 4_1 - Foot and Leg Talocrural Joint (Ankle)...

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Unformatted text preview: Foot and Leg Talocrural Joint (Ankle) Function: Dorsiflexion/Plantarflexion Articulation: Tibia+Fibula/Talus "Ankle": Intertarsal joints Permit inversion/eversion and rotation Subtalar joint = talus and calcaneus Transverse talar joint = talus/calcaneus and navicular/cuboid Ligaments of the "Ankle" Lateral collateral ligaments: Lateral malleolustalus/calcaneus Deltoid ligaments: Medial Malleolus Talus/calcaneus Longitudinal Arch of the Foot Function: supports body weight and resists deformation during locomotion Maintained by: Bones Ligaments (spring) Plantar aponeurosis (fascia) Longitudinal Arch of the Foot Function: supports body weight and resists deformation during locomotion Maintained by: Bones Ligaments (spring) Plantar aponeurosis (fascia) Dorsiflexion Muscles Inversion/Eversion Muscles Extension Muscles Muscles (Superficial) Plantarflexion Muscles (Deep) Plantarflexion Muscles (Deep) Digital Flexion Muscles of the foot Pg 354 Abduction Adduction Flexion ...
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This note was uploaded on 04/27/2009 for the course BIOL 240 taught by Professor Mcleod during the Spring '08 term at Kansas.

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