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About The Human Lower Limb Region

The information on this page is about the human lower limb region and where applicable other body parts that are associated or related to the lower limb region.


Lower Leg And Ankle Ligaments

The fibula is the long, slender bone beside the tibia. Its ends are slightly enlarged into an upper "head" and a lower "lateral malleolus." The head meets the fibula just below the lateral condyle; but it does not enter into the knee joint and does not bear any body weight. The ligaments which join the fibula to the front of the fibula are called the "anterior tibiofibular ligaments," and the "posterior tibiofibular ligaments" join them behind the knee. The lateral malleolus is joined to the ankle by the "anterior talofibular ligaments," and the "posterior talofibular ligaments." These ligaments form a prominence on the side of the ankle.

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