×
MedSchool: Ace Your OSCEsThe Medical Company
 
 
 
 
 
GET - On the App Store
View
Ankle Exam
 
 

Ankle Joint Lines

 
 
 
Bookmark

Overview

Tibiotalar joint - articulation of the talus with the tibia medially and the fibula laterally, allowing for dorsiflexion and plantar flexion.
Subtalar joint - articulation of the talus and calcaneus, allowing inversion and eversion of the ankle.
Chopart's joint (midtarsal joint) - articulation of the calcaneus with the cuboid and the talus with the navicular, allowing for flexion, extension, inversion and eversion of the foot.
Next Page
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Want more info like this?
  • Your electronic clinical medicine handbook
  • Guides to help pass your exams
  • Tools every medical student needs
  • Quick diagrams to have the answers, fast
  • Quizzes to test your knowledge
Sign Up Now
   
 
 

Snapshot: Initialising...