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Kager triangle is a radiolucent triangle seen posteriorly on lateral radiographs of the ankle.
It is bounded anteriorly by the flexor hallucis longus muscle and tendon, posteriorly by the Achilles tendon, and inferiorly by the calcaneus.
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|Kager's fat pad
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