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Of, relating to, or involving both the tibia and the fibula: tibiofibular articulation.
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(2003) A biomechanical evaluation of the tibiofibular and tibiotalar ligaments of the ankle.
The syndesmosis comprises of the anterior inferior tibiofibular ligament, the interosseous membrane, and the posterior inferior tibiofibular ligament.
A high ankle sprain, or distal tibiofibular syndesmotic injury, can be an elusive diagnosis and is often mistaken for the more common lateral ankle sprain.
A juvenile Tillaux fracture is a type of Salter Harris III fracture in which there is an avulsion of the anterolateral distal tibial epiphysis at the insertion of the anterior tibiofibular ligament.
Ankle fractures are one of the most common injuries treated operatively by orthopedic surgeons.[1],[2] Pronation-external rotation (PER) injuries or Weber C type fractures, especially PER-4 fractures, are unstable ankle fractures that are associated with the incidence of a complete rupture of the syndesmosis at the distal tibiofibular joint.[3],[4],[5] It is generally agreed that these injuries benefit from obtaining and maintaining an anatomically stable fixation, including the syndesmotic fixation.[6]
Synovial cyst of proximal tibiofibular joint is among the non-trauma reasons of peroneal nerve palsy which is rarely seen.
intercondilares por 7b: osificacion en la medio de los union tibiofibular. ligamentos meniscos tibiales craneales y caudales.
For each leg, minimal soft tissue dissection was performed to expose the distal tibia and fibula, preserving all tibiofibular attachments as well as all soft tissue about the knee and ankle.
A total of 49 female 8-weekold, nude mice (Charles River, Germany) received hind limb lateral incisions on both sides (from the inferior tibiofibular joint up to the knee joint) under general anesthesia (3% isoflurane) and aseptic conditions, according to a modified published protocol [31].
Raine, "A new concept of indexing tibiofibular torsion: A pilot study using dry bones," Journal of the American Podiatric Medical Association, vol.
These fractures may present with a rotational or bending element or with talus displacement into the distal tibiofibular joint.
Tibiofibular junction of the South African ostrich (Struthio camelus australis).