Posterior talofibular ligament
|Ligament: Posterior talofibular ligament|
|The ligaments of the foot from the lateral aspect. (Post. talofibular lig. labeled at center left.)|
|Lateral view of the human ankle. (Posterior talofibular ligament labeled at bottom left.)|
|Latin||ligamentum talofibulare posterius|
|Gray's||subject #95 351|
|To||fibula (lateral malleolus)|
The posterior talofibular ligament, runs almost horizontally from the depression at the medial and back part of the fibular malleolus to a prominent tubercle on the posterior surface of the talus immediately lateral to the groove for the tendon of the flexor hallucis longus.
- Posterior+talofibular+ligament at eMedicine Dictionary
- Norman/Georgetown lljoints (posterioranklejoint)
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