Deltoid Ligament

Deltoid Ligament - Deltoid Ligament The deltoid ligament is...

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Deltoid Ligament The deltoid ligament is a ligamentous structure that is triangular in shape and attaches to the medial malleolus of the tibia to the navicular, calcaneus, and talus (anteriorly and posteriorly) bones of the tarsus. Phalanges The phalanges are the small bones that make up the skeleton of the fingers, thumb and toes. Each finger and smaller toe has three phalanges; the thumb and big toe each have two. The phalange nearest the body of the hand or foot is call the "proximal" phalange; the one at the end of each digit is the "distal" phalange; and, of course, when there are three, the middle one is called the "middle" phalange. Ligaments of The Foot The instep is made up of five, elongated metatarsal bones that join the tarsus (the seven ankle bones). The distant heads of these bones form the ball of the foot. The tarsals and metatarsals are arranged and bound by ligaments to form the arches of the foot. A "tarsometataral ligament" joins the tarsus to the metatarsal bone. A longitudinal arch extends from the "posterior
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This note was uploaded on 11/22/2011 for the course BSC BSC1085 taught by Professor Sharonsimpson during the Fall '10 term at Broward College.

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Deltoid Ligament - Deltoid Ligament The deltoid ligament is...

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