Anatomy of the knee
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Baker's Cyst or Popliteal Cyst|Causes|Symptoms|Treatment|Exercise|Home Treatment
A swelling that is prominent at the back of your knee could be a Baker's cyst or popliteal cyst. Baker's cyst or popliteal cyst might disappear sometimes on its own. Best Home Treatment for Bakers Cyst or Popliteal Cyst Would be Following the R.I.C.E. principles.
Ankle Anatomy for the Arthroscopist. Part II: Role of the Ankle Ligaments in Soft Tissue Impingement | Request PDF
Fig. 7. Osteoarticular anatomic dissection of the ligaments of the foot and ankle joint. 1, lateral malleolus (tip); 2, tibia; 3, dorsal articular surface of the talus; 4, lateral or malleolar articular surface of the talus; 5, neck of the talus; 6, head of the talus; 7, calcaneus; 8, navicular; 9, cuboid; 10, lateral cuneiform; 11, talocrural joint; 12, posterior subtalar joint; 13, talonavicular joint; 14, calcaneocuboid joint; 15, tarsal sinus; 16, anterior tibiofibular ligament; 16 V , dista