/S 756 El abordaje artroscópico es el de elección en esta patología, ya que permite tanto el diagnóstico como el tratamiento. It is particularly important in the ankle joint where sprains are one of the most prevalent injuries of the musculoskeletal system. A thorough knowledge of the ankle anatomy is absolutely necessary for diagnosis and adequate treatment of ankle injury. 0000086296 00000 n posterior region of the lateral calcaneus, posterior to the peroneal tubercle. 0000074376 00000 n A smaller stress is required to damage the anterior talofibular ligament than the calcaneofibular ligament. All groups investigated did not show a different mobility between the two ankles or the dominant and non-dominant limb. � s . 13 Tibial malleolar sulcus. 1 Tibial osteophyte. Am J Sports Med 21(2):186–189, pain and enhances function. The deep posterior, of the major components of the medial collateral ligaments. Ankle .joint The superior surface and the two sides of the body of the talus are gripped between fibular and tibial malleoli, forming the ankle mortice (see Standring, Fig. The, repetitive direct (micro) trauma on the ankle cartilage rim by repetitiv, impingement of synovial or posttraumatic scar tissue between the bony surface of. Much of a dancer's ability is reliant on favourable anatomy, strength and flexibility. 15 Tibialis posterior tendon path. Results: 7 Posterior intermalleolar ligament (and gray arrows ). endobj There were 25 males and 7 females, with an average age of 28.5 years (range, 20-51 years). The bottom of the talus sits on the heelbone, called the calcaneus. Foot Ankle Int 21(5):385–391, ankle: A series of six cases. Am J Sports Med, num: a comparative study of 41 cases. Am J Sports Med 29(5):550–557, ... Esta conformación anatómica permite el movimiento a través de un solo eje, el eje bimaleolar, a través del cual se producen los movimientos de flexión plantar y flexión dorsal. lar ligament as a cause of anterolateral ankle impingement: Results of arthroscopic resection. All rights reserved. 8 Interosseous membrane. El diagnóstico postoperatorio fue en 13 engrosamiento de LTPA, en 3 engrosamiento de LPAA, y pinzamiento óseo anterior en 1. Upon examination by arthroscopy, the transverse ligament and the posterior talofi, from lateral to medial and from downward to upward. Cartilagenous areas of the ankle joint are not congruent in their surface outlines. The ankle is composed of three joints: the talocrural joint (also called talotibial joint, tibiotalar joint, talar mortise, talar joint), the subtalar joint (also called talocalcaneal), and the Inferior tibiofibular joint. The author also published a series of seven case, studies in which resection of the distal fascicle of the anterior tibiofi, satisfactorily resolved the symptoms of patients with chronic ankle pain who had a, history of inversion sprains of the ankle. 9 Medial talar tubercle. plexes is essential for diagnosis and adequate treatment of this condition. /ProcSet [/PDF /Text] 18 Flexor hallucis longus tendon path. Patients with isolated rupture of ATFL’s superior fascicle can sustain a subtle ankle instability or ankle microinstability. Foot Ankle Int 19(10):653–660, Evans procedure: A long-term clinical and radiological follow-up. Hamilton WG, Gepper MJ, Thompson FM (1996) Pain in the posterior aspect of the ankle in dancers: The ankle is a highly congruent synovial, hinge-type joint, in which the talus fits perfectly into the mortise formed by the tibial plateau, and the tibial and fibular malleoli. 98 0 obj The bones of the ankle joint are bound together by strong ligaments: 3 Articular surface of the lateral malleolus. 13 Flexor digitorum longus tendon path. ANATOMY OF ANKLE JOINT DR MANOJ KR SINGH 1ST YR PG PHYSICAL MEDICINE AND REHABILITATION 2. [, formed. Articular surface of the lateral malleolus. /Names << /Dests 67 0 R>> Plastia del ligamento peroneo astragalino anterior con extensor del quinto dedo del pie por vía artroscópica con anclajes biodegradables, The effect of different sports specialization on ankle joint mobility of young players, Resultados del tratamiento artroscópico del pinzamiento blando de tobillo*, Ankle sprain: Diagnosis and therapy starts with knowledge of anatomy, Traité d’anatomie humaine (A treatise on human anatomy), Arthroscopic Strategies in Fracture Management of the Ankle, Erratum: Arthroscopic treatment of anterolateral ankle impingement (Arthroscopy (1994) 10:2 (215-218)), The surgical treatment of the fibular collateral ligaments of the ankle, Arthroscopic treatment of anterolateral impingement of the ankle, Minimally Invasive Foot and Ankle Surgery, ARTROSCOPIA DE TOBILLO. This socket is known as a mortise. In fact, we consider that isolated impingement, as Ferkel, ally associated with an injury of the superior band of the A, instability or microinstability of the ankle. 4 Superior articular surface of the talus. The ankle is among the most prevalent joints injured in sports, the ankle sprain being the most common ankle lesion. 2 Articular surface of the medial malleolus. On the contrary, the young dancers of classic ballet showed a significant increase in the AJM (p<.002). 0000084779 00000 n 5 Posterior tibiofi bular ligament (superfi cial component). Seventeen patients were very satisfied with the results, 10 patients were satisfied, 4 patients were normal, and 1 patient was unsatisfied. Because most ankle sprains occur by inversion, this ligament is the most frequently injured, and it has been involved in the soft-tissue impingement syndrome and the microinstability and the major instability of the ankle. << Two ligamentous complexes join the bones that form the ankle: the ligaments of the tibiofibular syndesmosis (anteroinferior tibiofibular, posteroinferior tibiofibular, and the interosseous tibiofibular ligament) and the lateral (anterior talofibular, calcaneofibular, and the posterior talofibular ligament) and medial (superficial and deep component) collateral ligaments. 0000084580 00000 n /TrimBox [0 0 596 842] The preoperative Karlsson-Peterson ankle score was 53.7±9.7. Foot Ankle Clin 14(2):277–298, rior tibiotalar fascicle of deltoid ligament of the talus. !� � !� � V � � � u � 2 fR � � � � 6 | � � � � 1 � 3� � � i l � � 2 � � � � H � � ~ A � � b endstream El seguimiento fue de 40 meses. lateral malleolar articular surface of the fibula. A valgus or varus position of, the talus considerably changes the angle formed by the ligament and the longitudi-, varus position. Foot Ankle Int 26(3):204–207, impingement of the ankle: Evaluation of factors affecting outcome. malleolar artery; the upper band is larger than the lower one (Fig. El 53% de los pacientes se mostraron satisfechos con el resultado. The disease duration was 6-41 months (mean, 8.9 months). Ankle Syndesmosis Injuries: Anatomy, Biomechanics, Mechanism of Injury, and Clinical Guidelines for Diagnosis and Intervention Cheng-Feng Lin, MS1 Michael T. Gross, PT, PhD2 Paul Weinhold, PhD3 Syndesmosis injuries are There were significant differences in all indexes between pre- and post-operation ( P<0.05). the anatomy of this ligament and its elements is still confusing, partly because dif-, ferentiation between the components during dissection is diffi, used still has not been reviewed and accepted by the Federati, tilting and anterior translation of the talus [, against lateral translation. A thorough knowledge of anatomy is imperative for adequate assessment of joint injury. Foot Ankle Int, ment complex of the ankle. 0000073122 00000 n Golanó et al. posterior, or swelling within their rigid fascial compartments and friction within the peroneal synovial sheath. Foot Ankle Clin 11(2):275–296, ing supination external rotation trauma: MR imaging fi, the foot and ankle. The ankle bone is called the talus. >> Fractures about the ankle are the most common type of fracture treated by orthopedic surgeons.1 The prevalence of fractures involving the ankle continues to increase in both the active young and the elderly.2 The improved functional outcome of ankle fracture treatment in the last half-century has emphasized requisite anatomic restoration of ankle joint architecture.3–5 Residual problems, though, including chronic pain, arthrosis, arthrofibrosis, recurrent swelling, and perceived instability, continue to present unpredictably in the setting of significant ankle trauma. /Root 98 0 R The net joint reaction forces in the knee and ankle were compared with those of the previous study . The superfi, been grouped into two main ligamentous complexes, the lateral collateral ligaments, prised of three fascicles or ligaments, entirely independent from each other: the, the ankle. /N 13 4 Fibular malleolar fossa. Anatomy Basic Ankle MRI ELBOW Anatomy Basic Elbow MRI WRIST Wrist Basic Wrist MRI HIP Hip Basic Hip MRI CONTACT MRI Ankle Anatomy Use the Mouse … The upper ankle joint is formed by the inferior surfaces of tibia and fibula, and the superior surface of talus. All had failed to respond to at least 2 months of conservative treatment and had negative stress radiographs to rule out instability. 3 Talar osteophyte (Figure copyright © Pau Golanó), All figure content in this area was uploaded by Miki Dalmau-Pastor, All content in this area was uploaded by Miki Dalmau-Pastor on Sep 12, 2014, DOI 10.1007/978-2-8178-0523-8_1, © Springer-V, diagnosis and adequate treatment of ankle injury. The talar tilt angle was (14.9±3.7)°, and the anterior talar translation was (8.2±2.8) mm. (Fig.7) The normal range of motion has been reported to be 13–33°, any other joint, with the exception of a singular characteristic: the anterior capsular, insertion in the tibia and talus occurs at a distance from the cartilaginous layer, 6–8 mm in the tibia and 8–10 mm in the talus. /Type /Page 6 Medial articular surface of the talus. The ankle is the joint between the foot and leg, composed of three separate bones. 0000071917 00000 n Our dissections [, most commonly has a double-band morphology, as described by Sarrafi, upper band reaches the insertion on the fi, This anatomic fact is critical to locate the anchor position during the new arthroscopic, insertion points at the talus body, immediately anterior to the joint surf, by the lateral malleolus, consisting of two small tubercles visible in osseous ana-, tomic preparations and corresponding to the insertion sites of each of the bands. These include the contents of the joint capsule such as the ends of the articulating bones, joint cartilage, and synovial fluid. ... 3 This is due to the fact that the ATFL is the first ligament to be tensioned in inversion of the ankle, being also the weakest component of the lateral collateral ligament complex of the ankle; in particular its superior fascicle. These fi, surface of the medial malleolus and helping to form the existing labrum in the pos-, terior margin of the tibia. the distal tibia and/or malleoli and the bony contours of the talus (Fig. We idealized a constrained ankle cadaver model that only allows talar movements in the axial plane. Inferior peroneal retinaculum (and black arrows ). This group of fi, tions he performed and 19 % of patients in an MRI study, attrib, in frequency to the limited spatial resolution of MRI. I: Anatomical studies. 12 Peroneal tendons path. /Filter [/FlateDecode ] The terminology used for this ligament and its com-, malleolus. J Anat 191(3):457–458, repair for ankle instability with a knotless suture anchor technique. This component would be homologous to the anterior tibiofi, ment. b�-����ٺ/��"��^~���7E��s#�����c�����p������������;��Տ���O�w�~s}��%���T?�e��o=ִ�� ��[(�ӛ7��'�6��3�0���xb�jw����?}\���ʷ�sbw.D~b@�/�����'�����r��뷐[��%�!��?�������T�?�������o��?��������|ԟ���˯�K��]j���?��Tߏ?|�?�Ww�>ף����>��ۏ���M�|����̿�1T%����r�|����G�Uc�b�rl����j��X��_����wy���4�����q�O�}���}�鯿���O���>�j=�����7�s�z��������y���/��������׏��������?�*�m�[J����������B��_�֮c��o?���?����X��������������������>��˷�������������������C�������0~����>Veh��w�"�b������������忥��ϟ?~��/�?�y��o������wL������|����S^3�ocל�����������_��:&����ɾ!�5VƮ�o(��~��7��/��?�;̻? The surface provided by both the fi, insertion site for one of the syndesmotic ligaments, the interosseous tibiofi, ligament, which is simply the continuation of the interosseous membrane at this, level. endobj 3 Posterior intermalleolar ligament (and gray arrows ). Rough ground explains the frequency of injuries to the lateral ligament of the ankle. Chronic ankle pain often finds its cause in laxity of one of the ankle ligaments. The ankle joint is comprised of the tibia, fibula and talus as well as the supporting ligaments, muscles and neurovascular bundles. At an average of 24 months after injury, all patients underwent ankle arthroscopy, which showed proliferative synovitis and fibrotic scar tissue in the lateral gutter, often with associated chondromalacia of the talus. Plafond - articular surface of the tibia. Sport practice can significantly modify AJM both by increasing and reducing it. /Resources << 11. At last follow-up, the ultrasonography examination showed that there was no significant difference in the density and diameter between bilateral peroneus longus tendons in 12 cases. We consider this evidence of rotational ankle laxity to be a major step in defining the correct movement to diagnose an ATFL rupture and propose a new term to avoid further inconsistencies and variability, "the pivot test. El tratamiento artroscópico consistió en resección del ligamento engrosado en 16 casos y exéresis del osteofito anterior en 1. Special cases of ankle fractures Robin Smithuis Radiology Department of the Rijnland Hospital, Leiderdorp, the Netherlands The ankle is the most frequently injured joint. The ankle joint is formed by the connection of three bones. This partial injury of the A, severe enough to cause an instability detected in stress explorations. Objective: When the heel is elevated, the weight bearing forces are evenly distributed across2. 0000002122 00000 n 0000099735 00000 n /Info 96 0 R Syndesmotic injuries occur in 1–18 % [, sprain and are more common in collision sports involving a forced ankle dorsifl, symptoms after ankle sprain are reported in 30–40 % of patients [, chronic pain, muscular weakness, and recurrent giving way or instability [. 97 22 /Contents 100 0 R In an MRI study of 23 classi-, cal ballet dancers with symptoms of posterior ankle impingement syndrome, Peace, dence than found by Rosenberg. Operative arthroscopic treatment consisted of partial synovectomy with debridement of scar tissue from the lateral gutter. 0000074066 00000 n Management decisions are based on the interpretation of the 5 Transverse ligament (deep component of the posterior tibiofi bular ligament) (Image courtesy of Dr José Achalandabaso (San Sebastián, Spain)), Bone components of the ankle joint. The inner bone is the tibia, or shinbone, which supports most … 2 Posterior tibial tubercle. The remaining problem is how to identi-fy those approximately 10% of patients who will develop chronic functional instability in spite of adequate primary treatment and may needstage. Acta Orthop Scand 50(2):217–223, Anatomical variations. ankle joint, irrespective of the grade of inju-ry. caneal ligament, and deep anterior tibiotalar ligament) (Fig. 100 0 obj existence of a substantial anterior capsular recess that allows the arthroscopist to, encounter a working area. The tibia and fibula are bound closely, chiefly by the interosseous membrane but also Little, attention has been given to this ligament as compared to the other ligaments of the, LCL, although variants in the orientation of the structure have been studied by, remaining tense throughout its entire arc of motion. This anatomical conformation allows movement through only one axis, the bimalleolar axis, through which dorsiflexion and plantarflexion movements are produced. Between September 2014 and November 2018, 32 patients (32 sides) with chronic lateral ankle instability were treated with lateral ankle ligament reconstruction by using autogenous anterior half of the peroneus longus tendon. Anatomy, Biomechanics and Gait of the Foot & Ankle J. W. Thomas Byrd, MD 7 D. Metatarsophalangeal break 1. 3D video anatomy tutorial on the ankle joint. Upon examination, the ligament is seen to be divided into sev. In this pictorial essay, the ligaments around the ankle are grouped, depending on their anatomic orientation, and each of the ankle ligaments is, Join ResearchGate to discover and stay up-to-date with the latest research from leading experts in, Access scientific knowledge from anywhere. In the frontal plane, the talar dome has a slightly concave pro- file. University of Barcelona and Hospital Quiron, Centro Artroscopico Jorge Batista SA- Club Atlético Boca Juniors, Argentina, bular distal epiphyses and the talus in its superior. Their foot mechanics, training and performing techniques are unique and thus they present with particular injury patterns. The other, formed by two components, one posterior and one anterior. Therefore, and because there are relatively few published studies centering on these ligaments, eral collateral ligament and medial collateral ligament, but extrasynovial fat pad located in the anterior synovial recess. The ankle joint is surrounded by an articular capsule, which attaches to the margins of the articular surfaces and also to the neck of the talus. General Overview e ankle joint is comprised of three bones including the tibia, bula,andtalus(Figures and ). The term posterior or posteroinferior tibiofi, originates at the posterior edge of the tibia, immediately posterior to the cartilagi-, nous covering of the inferior tibial articular surface, and runs tow, insertion at the proximal area of the malleolar fossa. 2.23). This chapter discusses the risks and injuries in orienting, fell running, and cross-country racing. 14 Flexor hallucis longus tendon path. edistaltibiaforms and bulatoformaconstrainedjoint. Average return to sports was 6 weeks. of the ankle through anterolateral portal showing tibial and talar osteophytes. Ankle Joint Anatomy: Overview, Lateral Ligament Anatomy and Biomechanics, Medial Ligament Anatomy and Biomechanics The ankle joint is a hinged synovial joint with primarily up-and-down movement (plantarflexion and dorsiflexion). The ankle joint is lined by the joint capsule. J.B. Lippincott Company, Philadelphia, pp 159–217, ankle ligaments. De estos pacientes se recogieron los datos demográficos, los propios de la lesión y el tratamiento; además, el resultado del tratamiento se valoró mediante la puntuación Kitaoka-AOFAS y la satisfacción subjetiva. %���� Ballet is an exquisitely sophisticated and elegant art form. /MediaBox [0 0 596 842] Arthroscopy 26(3):384–390, ankle impingement. alent joints injured in sports, the ankle sprain being the most common ankle lesion. /E 106021 ANKLE • The ankle, or talocrural region, is the region where the foot and the leg meet. The posterior intermalleolar, therefore trauma that causes forced dorsifl, produce either injury or rupture of this ligament or osteochondral avulsion [, between the tibia and the talus, leading to impingement. The calcaneous joins the Talus bone at the subtalar joint enabling the foot to rotate at the ankle. 1 Posterior talofi bular ligament. cles, which gives it a multifascicular morphology (Fig. The following paper aims to address these differences and provide an approach to assessing and treating foot and ankle injuries in the ballet dancer. distal tibiofibular joint talofibular articulation tibiotalar articulation Repairing the, A complete or nearly complete injury of the A, the anterior edge of the lateral malleolus, right below the origin of the lower band, the origin of this ligament does not reach the tip of the malleolus, which remains, courses backward, downward, and medially and inserts in a small tubercle in the. ANKLE JOINT Bahillo,Carina Isabel Millares, William Paul BSPT-3 Anatomy Tibia Fibula talus Ankle joint consist of 3 bones: Type of joint: * Synovial Hinge joint Nerve Supply: * Deep peroneal and tibial nerves Anatomy Plafond - articular surface of the tibia. Compared to all other groups, soccer players showed a significant reduction of AJM (p<.005) that is already present in younger subjects and that tends to worsen with aging (p<.04). To assess the effectiveness of lateral ligament reconstruction with autogenous partial peroneus longus tendon for chronic lateral ankle instability. This, structure has been implicated as a cause of chronic pain following ankle sprain in, the condition known as syndesmotic impingement [. With this mechanism of injury, ligament restricts the anterior translation and the internal rotation of the talus [, An abnormal anterior drawer sign has been reported in 42 % of patients after an ankle, about 5–15 % of all ankle ligamentous lesions [, injury rarely occurs alone; it is more often associated with other ligamentous injuries, or fractures. All patients were followed up 12-53 months (mean, 22.7 months). The ankle is among the most pre. Am J Sports Med 19(5):440–446, the ankle. Stretching and selective strengthening exercises for these muscles may help prevent these injuries. 17 Flexor digitorum longus tendon path. However, cial since its origins and insertions are complex. Ankle ligament injury is the most frequent cause of acute ankle pain. This website uses cookies to improve your experience while you navigate through the website. Learn ankle anatomy with free interactive flashcards. The unique design of In a recent study, the distance w. found to be 4.3 mm (0.5–9.0 mm) and 2.4 mm (1.8–3.3 mm) in the tibia and talus, spurs, frequently found in athletes, due to recurrent traction of the joint capsule. The joint surface of all bones in the ankle are covered with articular cartilage. Six patients combined with osteochondral lesion of talus and 4 patients combined with bony impingement. The stability of the ankle is determined by passi, passive stability depends on the contour of the articular surfaces, the articular. 0000076292 00000 n /P 0 0000076498 00000 n Clin Orthop Relat Res 328:285–293, ries in athletes. The age of the subjects investigated was not correlated with AJM. 0000085852 00000 n 1 Synovial fringe. 7 Posterior tibial tubercle. However its seeming ease and gracefulness belie the underlying physical stress. Ho, patients describe complaints similar to those to the ankle instability. The anatomy of the ankle includes of all structures contained in and surrounding the ankle, or talocrural, joint. Foot Ankle Int 19(5):289–292, and reconstruction. The higher AJM showed by females compared to males (128.5±21.0° vs 144.6±18.5°; p<.001) was not significant when the group of soccer players and dancers were excluded from the calculation. These injuries are aggravated by repeated resistance to inversion and eversion at the subtalar and mid-tarsal joints, caused by the uneven ground with consequent tearing of the muscular origins of tibialis anterior and, Understanding the anatomy of the ankle ligaments is important for correct diagnosis and treatment. /Outlines 81 0 R J Bone Joint Surg, bular ligament as a cause of talar impingement: A cadaveric study. The anterior region, in continuation with the joint capsule, is, covered by the tendon of the posterior tibial muscle, and the middle and posterior, area is covered by the tendons of the posterior tibial and long fl. region, the MCL continues with the posterior capsule of the ankle joint. Appleton & Lange, Stamford, pp 255–283. This chapter presents the most frequent approaches in foot and ankle surgery based on a summarized session of surface anatomy with landmarks: anteroposterior view, posteroanterior view, lateral view, medial view; it is followed by an illustrated step-by-step description of ten extended incisions: anterolateral suprafibular approach, medial ankle approach, anterior ankle approach, posterolateral ankle approach, posteromedial ankle approach, midfoot approaches – dorsomedial approach, dorsal intermediate approach, dorsolateral approach, first metatarsophalangeal joint approach, dorsal intermetatarsal space approach, which include 15 different approaches. Clin Radiol 59(11):1025–1033, treatment of posterior ankle pathology: Technical note. /CropBox [0 0 596 842] ! " 12 Tibialis posterior tendon path. The methodology used to, measure it (clinical, roentgenographic, or anatomic) accounts for some of the, reported discrepancies. /Type /Catalog /Prev 575869 The calcaneous bone is the largest bone in your foot while the talus bone is the highest bone in your foot. endobj >> /Length 69709 ( b ) Arthroscopic view of the ankle through anterolateral portal showing tibial and talar osteophytes. The ankle joint is formed by the distal tibia and fi bula, and the superior talus. ligament, retracted by surgical instrument. 15 Flexor hallucis longus tendon retinaculum. 0000072917 00000 n 2 Articular surface of the medial malleolus. Since there are several distinct causes of chronic ankle pain, we prefer to call this problem 'anterolateral impingement of the ankle' and believe the term 'chronic sprain pain' should be discarded. /Linearized 1 This ligament is the main stabilizer on the lateral aspect of the ankle [, Due to the fact that most ankle injuries occur by inversion with the foot in plantar, ered an intrinsic ligament reinforcing the joint capsule. Our results showed 3.67 degrees ± 1.2 degrees of talus rotational laxity in the intact ankle, 9.6 degrees ± 3.2 degrees after ATFL sectioning, and 13.43 degrees ± 3.2 degrees after ATFL and calcaneofibular ligament sectioning, indicating almost threefold increase in internal talocrural rotation after single ATFL sectioning and an almost fourfold increase after double (ATFL and calcaneofibular ligament) sectioning. The subtalar joint moves in concert with the talonavicular joint and the calcaneocuboid joint, two joints located near the front of the talus. 2. Distal to the insertion site of this ligament, the remaining anterior surface cor-, surface there is a small bundle of adipose tissue called the fatty synovial fringe. Functional anatomy The talocrural joint or ankle joint is a hinge joint, formed by the articulation of the tibia and fibula with the talus (Fig. 10 Medial collateral ligament. TECNICAS ARTROSCOPICAS, The clinical diagnosis of the anterior talofibular ligament (ATFL) rupture is based on the findings from the medical history and the anterior drawer test, a maneuver that allegedly pushes the talus and rearfoot anteriorly, although with great variability in its sensitivity. On physical examination, tenderness was localized to the anterolateral corner of the talar dome. Stability of the Ankle Joint Analysis of the Function and Traumatology of the Ankle Ligaments Ove Rasmussen ACTA ORTHOPAEDICA SCANDINAVICA SUPPLEMENTUM NO. >> h �� o K �2 {� �w �E �V �� �: � f � /T 575881 Three of them are always present (the tibiospring ligament, tibionavicular ligament, and deep posterior tibiotalar ligament), whereas the pres-. appearance is probably due to its relationship with the perforating branch of the, peroneal artery, which runs along the surface of the ligament, pro, ated with anterolateral pain after ankle sprain [, is important to understand the anatomic bases for anterolateral soft tissue impinge-, appears to be independent from the rest of the structure. 16 Calcaneal or Achilles tendon (Figure copyright © Pau Golanó), a ) A lateral weight-bearing foot x-ray showing a tibial osteophyte. << medial ligaments that will block any pure anterior translation of the talus underneath the tibia. 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