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Fig. 5. Sagittal section of the ankle. 1, tibia; 2, talus; 3, calcaneus; 4, transverse ligament or deep component of the posterior tibiofibular ligament; 5, posterior capsular recess of the ankle joint; 6, posterior talofibular ligament; 7, flexor hallucis longus; 8, fatty tissue in the anterior capsular recess; 9, talocalcaneal interosseous ligament and tarsal sinus; 10, talocrural joint; 11, posterior subtalar joint; 12, calcaneocuboid joint.

See figure: 'Fig. Sagittal section of the ankle. from publication 'Ankle Anatomy for the Arthroscopist. Part II: Role of the Ankle Ligaments in Soft Tissue Impingement' on ResearchGate, the professional network for scientists.

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Fig. 2. Anatomic view of the anterior ligaments of the ankle. 1, lateral malleolus; 2, tibia; 3, talus; 4, anterior tibiofibular ligament; 4 V , distal fascicle of the anterior tibiofibular ligament; 5, anterior talofibular ligament; 6, calcaneofibular ligament; 7, superficial and deep layers of the MCL; 8, head of the talus.

Fig. 2. Anatomic view of the anterior ligaments of the ankle. 1, lateral malleolus; 2, tibia; 3, talus; 4, anterior tibiofibular ligament; 4 V , distal fascicle of the anterior tibiofibular ligament; 5, anterior talofibular ligament; 6, calcaneofibular ligament; 7, superficial and deep layers of the MCL; 8, head of the talus.

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