System: Musculoskeletal

Anterior Talofibular Ligament

Anterior Talofibular Ligament The ankle joint has medial and lateral ligaments which help to keep it stable. As the “fibular” part of the name suggests, the anterior talofibular ligament is one of the lateral ligaments. There are three ligaments in this lateral ligament complex: anterior talofibular ligament posterior talofibular ligament calcaneofibular ligament. This ligament is the most commonly injured ligament in a sprained ankle. Since the ligament stabilises the lateral side of the ankle, you can image from seeing its position, if the ankle is forced into inversion, this ligament will come under a lot of strain leading to a …

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Anterior Talofibular Ligament

Malleus

Malleus The ossicles of the ear are tiny little bones that are located in the middle ear. They are the smallest bone in the human body (the word itself actually means “little bone”) and their purpose is to transmit sound vibrations from the eardrum (tympanic membrane), to the complex inner ear structures, ultimately leading to the perception of sound. There are a series of three ossicles in the ear: malleus incus stapes. The malleus is attached to the tympanic membrane and articulates with the incus, which in turn articulates with the stapes. The stapes, attaches to the membrane of the …

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Malleus

Pelvic Floor

3D video anatomy tutorial on the structures which make up the pelvic floor.
Pelvic Floor

Sternal Angle of Louis

3D video anatomy tutorial on the structures which lie at the level of the sternal angle of Louis.
Sternal Angle - Angle of Louis

Ankle Joint

3D video anatomy tutorial on the ankle joint.
ankle joint