"Tendons are white, glistening cords, or straps, which connect the muscles with the bones." —…
Bones of the Ankle and Foot. Labels: m, metatarsal bones; p, phalanges; ca, os calcis, or heel bone.
This illustration shows a bandage wrapped firmly around an ankle.
Posterior aspect of inferior tibio fibular and ankle joint.
Vertical section of the ankle joint and foot. Labels: 1, tibia; 2, astragalus; 3, os calci; 4, scaphoides;…
Coronal section through the left ankle joint, astragalus, and calcaneum.
Socket of right ankle joint from below.
The ligaments and hinged joint of the ankle.
An internal view of the ankle-joint: tarsal and tarsometatarsal articulations.
"Artery in the Front of the Right Leg." — Blaisedell, 1904
The left astragalus. A. Superior external view. B. Inferior internal view.
The left calcaneus. A. Posterior external view. B. Anterior internal view.
The left cuboid. A. Anterior internal view. B. Posterior external view.
Frontal section of the right ankle and foot. Viewed from in front.
"The bones are fastened together, kept in place, and their movements limited, by tough and strong bands,…
Sagittal section of the foot and ankle passing through the great toe.
Ligaments on inner aspect of ankle and foot.
Ligaments on outer aspect of ankle and on dorsum and outer aspects of foot.
Ligaments on plantar aspect of foot.
Longitudinal section through right foot in axis of first metatarsal bone.
"Muscles of the leg showing how they pass into tendons at the ankle." —Davison, 1910
The left scaphoid. A. Anterior external view. B. Posterior internal view.
"Figure of a fallen warrior, represented among the sculptures now at Munich, belonging to the temple…
Articular surfaces of tibia and fibula which are opposed to the astragalus.
"The leg consists, like the forearm, of two bones. The larger, a strong, three-sided bone with…