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Lower anatomy wk 13

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Articulation between the posterior facet of the talus and posterior facet of the calcaneus Structural Subtalar Joint
Strucural classification of subtalar joint synovial planar joint
articulation of the talus with the navicular, the anterior and middle facets of the talus with the anterior and middle facets of the calcaneus and the talus (articulations with head of the talus) Talocalcaneonavicular Joint
Structural classification of the talocalcaneonavicular joint multi-axial synovial joint
articulation between the calcaneus and the cuboid calcaneocuboid joint
Structural classification of calcaneocuboid joint synovial sellar joint
Great Tarsal synovial cavity Great Tarsal Joint
Joint that articulates with the most bones in the midfoot region Great Tarsal Joint
structural classification of the Great Tarsal Joint synovial planar joint
separates the great tarsal joint from the functional midtarsal joint Interosseous Cuboideonavicular Ligament
separates the great tarsal joint from the medial tarsometatarsal joint Lisfranc's Ligament/Medial interosseous Tarsometatarsal Ligament
separates the great tarsal joint form the lateral tarsometatarsal joint Interosseous Cuneocuboid Ligament and Lateral Interosseous Tarsometatarsal Ligaments
planar synovial articulations, proximal facets of the 3 cuneiforms with the distal surface of the navicular cuneonavicular joints
between the medial cuneiform and the intermediate cuneiform, and between the intermediate cuneiform and the lateral cuneiform, planar synovial articulations intercuneiform joints
between the lateral cuneiform and the cuboid, planar synovial articulations cuneocuboid joint
between the bases of the second metatarsal and the 3rd metatarsal, planar synovial articulations intermetatarsal joint 2
between the medial cuneiform and the base of the 2nd metatarsal between the intermediate cuneiform and the base of the secnd metatatarsal, between the lateral cuneiform and the base of the 3rd metatarsal 2nd and 3rd cuneometatarsal joints
present in 50% of people, between the cuboid and the navicular, fibrous syndesmotic joint cuboidenavicular joint
between the base of the third metatarsal and the fourth metatarsal base, often communicates with the great tarsal joint, planar synovial articulation third intermetatarsal joint
articulation between the medial cuneiform and the first metatarsal, synovial planar joint First Cuneometatarsal Joint
articulations between the cuboid and the 4th metatarsal, the cuboid and the 5th metatarsal and the 4th and 5th metatarsal bases Lateral Tarsometatarsal Joint
Functional Subtalar Joint includes anatomic subtalar joint and the talocalcaneal part of the talocalcaneonavicular joint, triplanar joint
Functional Subtalar Joint movement pronation/suppination
Midtarsal Joint/ Transverse Tarsal Joint/ Chopart's joint includes the calcaneocuboid joint and the talonavicular part of the talocalcaneonavicular joint
Functional MTJ movement pronation and suppination
Functional Tarsometatarsal Joint includes the articulation of each metatarsal proximally with a cuneiform or cuboid
Functional Tarsometatarsal Joint biplanar joint with movements: adduction/abduction and dorsiflexion/ plantar flexion
Interosseous cuboideonavicular ligament lateral surface of navicular to the medial surface of the cuboid forms a boundary of the great tarsal joint
First interosseous intercuneiform ligament non-articular surface of the medial cuneiform to the non-articular surface of the intermediate cuneiform
Second interosseous intercuneiform ligament non-articular lateral surface of the intermediate cuneiform to the non-articular medial surface of the lateral cuneiform
Interosseous Cuneocuboid Ligament non-articular lateral surface of the lateral cuneiform to the non-articular medial surface of the cuboid bones
3 Interosseous Tarsometatarsal ligaments the precent seperation of the bones they unite Lisfranc's, second interosseous tarsometatarsal ligament, lateral interosseous ligament
Lisfranc's Ligament passes from lateral surface of the medial cuneiform to the medial surface of the second metatarsal base
Second interosseous tarsometatarsal ligament passes from the medial surface of the lateral cuneifrom to the lateral aspect of the second metatarsal base
lateral interosseous tarsometatarsal ligament passes from the lateral surface of the lateral cuneiform to the medial aspect of the fourth metatarsal base
Interosseous Intermetatarsal Ligamanets first, second and third interossesous intermetatarsal ligamanets
first interosseous intermetatarsal ligament groove of the second metatarsal base lateralyy to the third metatarsal base
second interosseous intermetatarsal ligament groove of the third metatarsal base lateralyy to the fourth metatarsal base
third interosseous intermetatarsal ligament groove of the fourth metatarsal base lateralyy to the fifth metatarsal base
Lateral Talocalcaneal Ligament from the lateral process of the talus to the lateral surface of the calcaneus, reinforces the subtalar joint laterally
Posterior Talocalcaneal Ligament from the posterior process of the talus to the superior surface of the calcaneus, reinforces the subtalar joint posteriorly
Talonavicular Ligament from the superior aspect of the navicular to the superior aspect of the neck of the talus, reinforces the talonavicular part of the talocalcaneonavicular joint
Bifurcate Ligament located in the sinus tarsi
Calcaneonavicular part of bifurcate ligament anterior process of the calcaneus to the dorsolateral edge of the navicular
Calcaneonavicular part of bifurcate ligament reinforces the calcaneonavicular part of the talocalcaneonavicular joint laterally
Calcaneocuboid part of bifurcate ligament anterior process of the calcaneus to the dorsomedial edge of the cuboid
Calcaneocuboid part of bifurcate ligament reinforces the calcaneocuboid joint medially
Dorsal Calcaneocuboid ligament distal dorsal calcanneal surface to the proximal dorsal surface of the cuboid
Dorsal Calcaneocuboid ligament reinforces the calcaneocuboid joint dorsally
Lateral Calcaneocuboid Ligament distal lateral surface of the calcaneus to the proximal lateral surface of the cuboid
Lateral Calcaneocuboid Ligament reinforces the calcaneocuboid joint laterally
Dorsal Cuboideonavicular lateral dorsal surface of the navicular to the medial dorsal surface of the cuboid
Dorsal Cuboideonavicular reinforces this area of the great tarsal joint if articulation is synovial
Dorsal Cuboideonavicular blends with fibers of the interosseous cuboideonavicular ligament when this joint is fibrous
medial Dorsal cuneonavicular ligament from the prroximal dorsomedial surface of the medial cuneiform to the distal dorsomedial surface of the navicular
Intermediate Dorsal Cuneonavicular ligament from the proximal dorsal surface of the intermediate cuneiform to the distal dorsal surface of the navicular
Lateral Dorsal Cuneonavicular ligament from the proximal dorsal surface of the lateral cuneiform to the distal dorsal surface of the navicular
first Dorsal intercuneiform ligament from the lateral dorsal surface of the medial cuneiform to the medial dorsal surface of the intermediate cuneiform
second dorsal intercuneiform ligament from the lateral dorsal surface of the intermediate cuneiform to the medial dorsal surface of the lateral cuneiform
Dorsal Cuneocuboid ligament from the lateral surface of the lateral cuneiform to the medial dorsal surface of the cuboid, reinforces this part of the great tarsal joint dorsally
first dorsal tarsometatarsal ligament medial cuneiform to first metatarsal base
second dorsal tarsometatarsal ligament medial cuneiform
third dorsal metatarsal ligament intermediate cuneiform to the second metatarsal base
fourth dorsal metatarsal ligament lateral cuneiform to the second metatarsal base, fibers blend with 2nd interosseous tarsometatarsal ligament
fifth dorsal metatarsal ligament dorsomedial cuboid to third metatarsal bases
sixth dorsal metatarsal ligament dorsomedial cuboid to 3rd and 4th metatarsal bases
seventh dorsal metatarsal ligament dorsolateral cuboid to 5th metatarsal base
first dorsal intermetatarsal ligament dorsolateral 2nd metatarsal base to dorsomedial third metatarsal base
second dorsal intermetatarsal ligament dorsolateral 3rd metatarsal base to dorsomedial 4th metatarsal base
third dorsal intermetatarsal ligament dorsolateral 4th metatarsal base to dorsomedial 5th metatarsal base
Interosseous Talocalcaneal Ligament passes sulcus tali to the sulcus calcanei, fibers pass inferolaterally
Interosseous Talocalcaneal Ligament located within the canalis tarsi therefore is within the sinus tarsi
Interosseous Talocalcaneal Ligament forms border between the capsules of the anatomic subtalar joint and the talocalcaneonavicular joints
Interosseous Talocalcaneal Ligament limits eversion of the calcaneus
Medial Plantar cuneonavicular Ligament passes from the plantar medial aspect of the navicular to the plantar medial aspect of the cuneiforms
Medial Plantar cuneonavicular Ligament the most medial fibers blend with those of the medial dorsal cuneonavicular ligament
Spring Ligament/ Plantar Calcaneonavicular Ligament passes from the distal aspect of the sustentaculum tali to the navicular tuberosity and the tubercle for the spring ligament on the plantar navicular
Spring Ligament/ Plantar Calcaneonavicular Ligament forms a joint surface of the talocalcaneonavicular joint, there is articular cartliageon the dorsal surface of this ligament
Spring Ligament/ Plantar Calcaneonavicular Ligament supports the head of the talus
Spring Ligament/ Plantar Calcaneonavicular Ligament helps support the medial longitudinal arch of the foot
Spring Ligament/ Plantar Calcaneonavicular Ligament blends with the tibionavicular ligament distomedially, these fibers are called the tibiospring ligament
Short Plantar Ligament passes from the calcaneal anterior tubercle to the calcaneal process and the posterior edge of the cuboid
Short Plantar Ligament helps to maintain the lateral longitudinal arch
Long Plantar Ligament passes from the calcaneal trigonum to the peroneal ridge of the cuboid and to the bases of the 4 lesser metatarsals
Long Plantar Ligament proximal attaches seperates the heads of the quadratus plantae muscle
Long Plantar Ligament reinforces the calcaneocuboid joint plantarly
Long Plantar Ligament helps maintain lateral longitudinal arch
Fibular Canal osseofibrous tunel for passage of the peroneus long muscle tendon, formed by the attachment between the peroneal ridge of the cuboid and the metatrsal bases
Medial Talocalcaneal Ligament passes form the medial tubercle of the posterior process of the talus to the posterior edge of the sustentaculum tali and the adjacent medial surfac of the calcaneus
Medial Talocalcaneal Ligament reinforces the anatomical subtalar joint medially
Cervical Ligament/ Anterior Talocalcaneal Ligament from calcaneal anterior process to the lateral aspect of the talar neck
Cervical Ligament/ Anterior Talocalcaneal Ligament limits inversion of the calcaneus
first plantar intermetatarsal ligament from the plantar 2nd metatarsal base to the plantar 3rd metatarsal base
second plantar intermetatarsal ligament from the plantar 3rd metatarsal base to the plantar 4th metatarsal base
third plantar intermetatarsal ligament from the plantar 4th metatarsal base to the 5th plantar metatarsal base
first plantar tarsometatarsal ligament from distoplantar medial cuneiform to proximoplantar 1st metatarsal base
second plantar tarsometatarsal ligament from distoplantar medial cuneiform to proximoplantar 2nd and 3rd metatarsal base
second planatar tarsometatarsal fibers to the 2nd metatarsal base follow the course of and blend with Lisfranc's ligament
third plantar tarsometatarsal ligament from distoplantar lateral cuneiform to proximoplantar 3rd metatarsal base
fourth plantar tarsometatarsal ligament from distoplantar cuboid to proximoplantar 4th metatarsal base
fifth plantar tarsometatarsal ligament from distoplantar cuboid to proximoplantar 5th metatarsal base
first plantar intercuneiform ligament from the lateral plantar aspect of the medial cuneiform to the medial plantar aspect of the intermediate cuneiform
second plantar intercuneiform ligament from the lateral plantar aspect of the intermediate cuneiform to the medial plantar aspect of the lateral cuneiform
Plantar Cuneocuboid Ligament from the posterior apex of the lateral cuneiform to the medial edge of the fibular ridge of the cuboid, helps support the transverse arch of the foot
Plantar Cuboidenavicular Ligament from the lateral plantar aspect of navicular to the medial plantar aspect of the cuboid
intermediate plantar cuneonavicular ligament from the plantar aspect of the navicular to the plantar aspect of the lateral cuneiform
Metatarsophalangeal Joints articulations of a rounded metatarsal head with the respective concave base of a proximal phalanx, each separated by anatomical and functional joints
Metatarsophalangeal joints structurally synovial ellipsoid joints
Capsule of MTPJ's attaches near the articular margins and is supported by ligaments
Interphalangeal Joints structural synovial hinge joints
Interphalangeal Joint of the hallux articulation of the bicondylar convex head of the hallucal proximal phalanx with the bicondylar concave base of the 1st distal phalanx
Medial Sesamophalangeal Ligament passes from the medial sesamoid to the medial tubercle of the base of the proximal phalanx
Lateral Sesamophalangeal Ligament passes from the lateral sesamoid to the lateral tubercle of the proximal phalangeal base
medial metatarsosesamoid ligament passes from the medial asepct of the medial sesamoid to the medial tubercle of the 1st metatarsal head
lateral metatarsosesamoid ligament passes from the lateral aspect of the lateral sesamoid to the lateral tubercle of the 1st metatarsal head
medial collateral ligament of the 1st metatarsophalangeal joint passes from the medial tubercle of the 1st metatarsal head to the medial tubercle of the base of the proximal phalanx
Lateral collateral ligament of the 1st metatarsophalangeal joint passes from the lateral tubercle of the 1st metatarsal head to the lateral tubercle of the base of the proximal phalanx
Intersesamoid Ligament passes from the lateral surface of the tibial sesamoid to the medial surface of the fibular sesamoid
Plantar Metatarsophalangeal Ligaments passes from metatarsal head, plantarly to the plantar aspect of the base of the respective proximal phalanx, replaces sesmophalangeal ligaments
Extensor Expansion fibrous sheath that encloses several tendons that pass across the metatarsophalangeal joints
Extensor Sling transversely arranged fibers that pass around the metatarsophalangeal joint and attach to the deep transverse metatarsal ligament
Extensor Wing obliquely oriented fibers that attach to the distal aspect of the sling portion and encase the extensor tendons at the dorsal aspect of the shaft of the proximal phalanx
Tendons that pass within the extensor sling extensor digitorum longus tendon, extensor digitorum Brevis Tendon, Plantar Interossei Tendon, Dorsal Interossei Tendon
Extensor digitorum Longus Tendon central slip inserts onto the base of the middle phalanx and the 2 lateral slips pass distally and merge and insert on the base of the distal phalanx
Plantar Interossei Tendons insert onto the deep side f the extensor sling and the medial aspect of the proximal phalangeal bases of the 3rd-5th pedal digits
Created by: bartman3473