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The fibulotalocalcaneal ligament is part of the deep crural fascia and runs medially from the posteromedial border of the lateral malleolus (anterior malleolar groove) with two sheet-like laminae that insert on the superolateral surface of the calcaneus and the lateral tubercle of the posterior talar process 1-3. The fibulotalocalcaneal ligament is thought to have a role in limiting foot dorsiflexion 1.
- needs to be at least partially released in hindfoot arthroscopy to allow access to the posterior ankle joint and posterior subtalar joint 1