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Featured Article: Anatomic study of the medial side of the ankle base on the joint capsule: an alternative description of the deltoid and spring ligament

iStock-932549384​​​​​​​Adult acquired flatfoot deformity (AAFD) is caused by impaired medial ligamentous structures and posterior tibialis tendon dysfunction (PTTD). The current study aimed to anatomically examine the medial ankle joint, focusing on the deltoid and spring ligaments in perspective of the joint capsule. It was reported that the capsules of the ankle, subtalar, and talonavicular joints could be detached as a continuous sheet. The deltoid and the superomedial ligament of the spring ligaments could be interpreted as a part of the continuous capsule, which had different histological features. Read More.

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    Authors: Henning Madry

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