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Head of the Fibula

Summary Information: Head of the Fibula

Head of the Fibula: The head of the fibula is an anatomical feature of the fibula, the bone located next to the tibia or shin bone. The head of the fibula is the rounded top end of the fibula. It articulates with the tibia just below and lateral to the knee.

Conditions that can afflict the head of the fibula include dislocation of the fibular head, avulsion fracture, fracture, osteomyelitis, trauma, and osteoporosis.

Closely Related Organs: Head of the Fibula

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Conditions Afflicting Organs: Head of the Fibula

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Other Names: Head of the Fibula

The following are other names for the organ: Head of the Fibula:

  • Fibular head

Sub Parts: Head of the Fibula

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Symptoms Related to Afflictions of: Head of the Fibula

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