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Ankle Ligaments

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Anterior Talofibular Ligament (ATF)
Most common sprained ankle ligament that lies on the front of the ankle and connects the talus to the fibula
Posterior Talofibular (PTF) Ligament
the ligament that lies on the back of the ankle and connects the talus to the fibula
Calcaneofibular (CF) Ligament
the ligament that limits inversion and articulates with the distal end of the fibula and superiolateral end of the calcaneus
Deltoid Ligament
Ligament shaped like a triangle located inferior to the medial malleolus
Anterioer Inferior Tibiofibular Ligament
the ligament that lies on the front of the ankle and connects the tibia to the fibula
Posterior Inferior Tibiofibular Ligament
the ligament that lies on the back of the ankle and connects the tibia to the fibula
Spring Ligament
a.k.a. the plantar calcaneonavicular ligament because it connects the calcaneus and navicular bones