tibiotalar part of medial ligament of ankle joint

(redirected from posterior talotibial ligament)

tibiotalar part of medial ligament of ankle joint

[TA]
the part of the medial or deltoid ligament that extends from the medial malleolus to the posterior process of the talus.
Synonym(s): pars tibiotalaris posterior ligamenti collateralis medialis articulationis talocruralis [TA], ligamentum talotibiale posterius, posterior talotibial ligament, posterior tibiotalar ligament, posterior tibiotalar part of deltoid ligament
References in periodicals archive ?
Rupture of the posterior talotibial ligament with the avulsion of a bone fragment from the talus.
The deep posterior talotibial ligament originates from the intra-articular aspect of the posterior colliculus and inserts on the medial talus.
The medial ligament complex is termed the deltoid ligament, a fan-shaped group of four ligaments comprising the anterior talotibial, calcaneotibial, tibionavicular, and posterior talotibial ligaments.

Medical browser ?
Full browser ?