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Calcaneus. Move proximally along the foot's lateral border to the calcaneus,
wbich is subcutaneous and easily palpable (Fig. 16) . Peroneal Tubercle. The
peroneal tubercle lies on the calcaneus, distal to the lateral malleolus (Fig.
Dome of the Calcaneus. The bare posterior third of the dome protrudes sharply
from behind the ankle joint. As you move plantarward along the walls of the
calcaneus, notice that the bone flares outward at its plantar base (Fig. 23). This
Zone VIII — Calcaneus The gastrocnemius and the soleus muscles form a
common tendon, the tendon of Achilles, which inserts into the calcaneus. The
Achilles tendon is the thickest and strongest tendon in the body. It is palpable
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