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Radiographic Anatomy of Adult Ankle

Anteroposterior

1. Fibula
2. Tibia
3. Distal tibiofibular joint
4. Malleolar fossa
5. Lateral malleolus
6. Ankle joint
7. Medial malleolus
8. Talus

Lateral

1. Fibula
2. Tibia
3. Ankle joint
4. Promontory of tibia
5. Trochlear surface of talus
6. Talus
7. Posterior tubercle of talus
8. Calcaneus
9. Sustentaculum tali
10. Tarsal tunnel
11. Navicular
12. Cuneiforms
13. Cuboid

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