Foot and Ankle Anatomy

Plantar fascia midtarsal joints midtarsal

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Unformatted text preview: l Articulations of tarsal Articulations bones bones Talonavicular and Talonavicular calcaneocuboid calcaneocuboid Tarsometatarsal Joints Tarsometatarsal LisFranc’s joints Gliding joints b/t Gliding tarsals and MT’s tarsals Metatarsophalangeal Joints Metatarsophalangeal Heads of the MT’s Heads and proximal phalanges phalanges Joint capsules Collateral L. Interphalangeal Joints Interphalangeal Join phalanges IP DIP PIP Arches Arches Medial Longitudinal Most prominent 5 bones involved Navicular is the key Spring Ligament Arches Arches Lateral Longitudinal Lower, more rigid 3 bones involved Arches Arches Transverse Formed by the lengths of MT’s Concave Continues through to rearfoot Muscular Layers of the Foot Muscular Interosseous (deepest) Middle Plantar interossei Dorsal interossei Deep FHB AdH FDMB FHL tendon FDL Quadratus plantae lumbricals Superficial AbDH FDB AbD Dig Min Just Below the Surface Surface First Layer Layer Second Layer Second Fourth Layer Layer Clinical Anatomy of the Ankle Clinical Bones Tibia Interosseous Interosseous Membrane Membrane M. Malleolus Fibula L. Malleolus Attachment site Stability to ankle morti...
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