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Lateral Malleolus

Summary Information: Lateral Malleolus

Lateral Malleolus: The lateral malleolus is an anatomical feature of the fibula, the bone located next to the tibia or shin bone. The lateral malleolus is a bony protrusion located at the lower end of the fibula and is commonly referred to as the outer ankle bone. It articulates with the medial malleolus of the fibula and the calcaneus to form part of the ankle joint.

Conditions that can afflict the lateral malleolus include avulsion fracture, fracture, osteomyelitis, trauma, and osteoporosis.

Closely Related Organs: Lateral Malleolus

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Conditions Afflicting Organs: Lateral Malleolus

The following conditions are related to the organ: Lateral Malleolus:

Other Names: Lateral Malleolus

The following are other names for the organ: Lateral Malleolus:

  • Lateral malleolus of the fibula

Sub Parts: Lateral Malleolus

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Symptoms Related to Afflictions of: Lateral Malleolus

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