The ankle is a hinge joint that comprises three bones: the tibia, the fibula and the talus. The simple but sturdy design of the ankle make it strong enough to support over one-and-a-half times a person’s body weight duri... More »

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A human foot has many structures, including bones, joints, nerves, blood vessel, muscles, ligaments and tendons. It has three sections, the forefoot, the midfoot and the hindfoot. More »

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Diagrams of each tendon in the human foot can be found on the NorthcoastFootCare.com Foot Anatomy page. The page contains anatomic diagrams that are clear, detailed and presented in color. More »

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Three bones form the ankle: the tibia (the shin bone), the fibula (a smaller bone along the shin bone) and the talus (a bone sitting above the heel bone). The bony protrusion on the inside of the ankle is the medial mall... More »

The tibia and fibula are connected bones that begin below the knee and end at the ankle, says Innerbody. The tibia is the larger and stronger bone, while the fibula, though as long as the tibia, is a slender bone attache... More »

Some anatomical features of the ankle include the calcaneus, or heelbone, the medial malleolus, the lower part of the tibia, the talus and the lateral malleolus. The lower part of the fibula also makes up part of the ank... More »

The wrist is one of the most complex joints in the body, comprised of multiple small bones and joints and capable of multiple degrees of freedom, according to eOrthopod. The anatomy of the wrist is complicated because it... More »

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