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The tarsal canal is a medial stem-like continuation of cone-shaped sinus tarsi, often described together as a funnel-shaped tarsal canal and sinus, which extends posteromedially to the sustenaculum tali and lies between the medial and posterior facets of the subtalar joint 1-4.
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