fibulocalcaneal

fib·u·lo·cal·ca·ne·al

(fib'yū-lō-kal-kā'nē-ăl),
Relating to the fibula and the calcaneus.

fibulocalcaneal

/fib·u·lo·cal·ca·ne·al/ (fib″ūl-o-kal-ka´ne-il) pertaining to fibula and calcaneus.

fib·u·lo·cal·ca·ne·al

(fib'yū-lō-kal-kā'nē-ăl)
Relating to the fibula and the calcaneus.

fibulocalcaneal

(fĭb″ū-lō-kăl-kā′nē-ăl) [L. fibula, pin, + calcaneus, pert. to the heel]
Calcaneofibular.
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Hohmann retractors are in place to protect the Achilles tendon, plantar fascia, and subtalar joint (tip of this latter Hohmann located in sinus tarsi); (+) sign is for fibulocalcaneal ligament and (*) is for retinaculum for peroneal tendons.
This line is tangent to the insertions ends of the fibulocalcaneal ligament (+) and the retinaculum for peroneal tendons (*).
From post-dural puncture headache (not an uncommon pain syndrome where I practise) to Parsonage-Turner Syndrome (brachial neuritis) to fibulocalcaneal pain syndrome (sprained ankle), most structures that could give rise to pain as a result of degeneration or over-use are mentioned.
The ligaments in the ankle usually tear in sequence from the anterior talofibular to the fibulocalcaneal, and finally, the posterior talofibular.