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The head of the talus may be. 8 INSPECTION BONY PALPATION Medial Aspect
First Metatarsocuneiform Navicular Tubercle Head of the Talus Medial Malleolus
Sustentaculum Tali Medial Tubercle of the Talus Lateral Aspect Fifth Metatarsal ...
Lateral Malleolus. The lateral malleolus, located at the distal end of the fibula (Fig
. 18), extends further distally and is more posterior than the medial malleolus. Its
configuration permits the ankle mortise to point 15° laterally, and its additional ...
Zone III— Medial Malleolus Deltoid Ligament. The medial collateral ligament of
the ankle joint is palpable just inferior to the medial malleolus (Fig. 38). A broad,
strong ligament, the deltoid's size and strength compensate for the comparatively
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