tibiocalcaneal part of medial ligament of ankle joint

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tibiocalcaneal part of medial ligament of ankle joint

[TA]
the part of the medial or deltoid ligament that extends from the medial malleolus to the sustentaculum tali of the calcaneus.
Synonym(s): pars tibiocalcanea ligamenti collateralis medialis articulationis talocruralis [TA], pars tibiocalcanea ligamenti deltoidei ☆ , tibiocalcaneal part of deltoid ligament ☆ , calcaneotibial ligament, ligamentum calcaneotibiale, tibiocalcaneal ligament
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The strongest portion of the superficial deltoid is the calcaneotibial ligament, which inserts at the sustentaculum tali.
The deep anterior talotibial ligament, originating from the intercollicular groove deep to the calcaneotibial ligament, inserts on the medial talus.
43) Therefore they disregarded the calcaneotibial ligament in their study, concluding that it is not an important supporting structure of the medial ankle, even though overall the deltoid is quite strong.