sulcus tali

sul·cus ta·'li

[TA]
the groove on the inferior surface of the talus, which with a corresponding groove on the calcaneus forms the sinus tarsi.
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However, except for these rare cases three pairs of subtalar joint facets and the posterior facet are separated from the middle facets by the sulcus tali on the talus and the sulcus calcanei.
On its plantar surface is the deep sulcus tali, which with the sulcus calcanei forms the sinus tarsi.
In addition, the anteroposterior length and transverse width of the talus and calcaneus, together with the width, length and depth of the sulcus tali and sulcus calcanei were determined using a digital caliper accurate to 0.01 mm (Fig.
The width, length and depth of the left and right sulcus tali were: 5.22 [+ or -] 1.09 mm, 21.66 [+ or -] 2.73 mm and 5.72 [+ or -] 0.84 mm, and 6.08 [+ or -] 2.05 mm, 21.06 [+ or -] 3.66 mm and 5.66 [+ or -] 1.52 mm, respectively (Table II).
(2012) and Jung et al., on Koreans; however the width and length ofthe sulcus tali differed from those reported by Koshy et al., (2002) in Indians.
WST: width of the sulcus tali, LST: length of the sulcus tali.
Objectives: The objectives of this study were to estimate the angles of declination and inclination in adult human dry tali; to estimate the differences in the angles between right and left tali; and to report and estimate the differences in other morphological parameters such as maximum anterioposterior length of the talus, maximum transverse width of the talus, trochlear length, length of the sulcus tali, and width of the sulcus tali of right and left sides.
* To report and to estimate the differences in other morphological parameters such as maximum anterioposterior length of the talus (MAPL), maximum transverse width of the talus (MTW), trochlear length (TL), length of the sulcus tali (LS), and width of the sulcus tali (WS) of the right and left sides.