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Covering, Support, and Movement of the Body
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Medial
condyle
Articular
surface of
lateral condyle
Articular surface
of medial condyle
Inferior articular
surface
Tibial
tuberosity
Interosseous
membrane
Anterior
border
Tibia
Fibula
Head of fibula
Medial
malleolus
Lateral
malleolus
Intercondylar
eminence
Superior
tibiofibular
joint
Inferior
tibiofibular
joint
Lateral
malleolus
Lateral
condyle
Fibula
Head
Lateral
condyle
Tibial
tuberosity
(c)uAnterior view, proximal tibia
Lateral
condyle
Fibula
articulates
here
Line for
soleus
muscle
(d)uPosterior view, proximal tibia
(e) X ray of Pott’s fractUre
of the fibUla
Parts of
fractured
fibula
(a) Anterior view
(b) Posterior view
Figure 7.33
The tibia and fibula of the
right leg.
(For a related image, see
A Brief
Atlas of the Human Body,
Figure 30.)
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