Lateral talocalcaneal ligament
|Ligament: Lateral talocalcaneal ligament|
|Capsule of left talocrura articulation (distended). Lateral aspect.|
|Talocalcaneal and talocalcaneonavicular articulations exposed from above by removing the talus.|
|Latin||ligamentum talocalcaneum laterale|
|Gray's||subject #96 352|
The lateral talocalcaneal ligament (external calcaneo-astragaloid ligament) is a short, strong fasciculus, passing from the lateral surface of the talus, immediately beneath its fibular facet to the lateral surface of the calcaneus.
It is placed in front of, but on a deeper plane than, the calcaneofibular ligament, with the fibers of which it is parallel.
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