Tarsal tunnel

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The tarsal tunnel is a fibro-osseous canal found in the medial aspect of the ankle.

Gross anatomy

Boundaries
Contents

From anterior to posterior: 

A mnemonic to remember the order is Tom, Dick and Very Nervous Harry.

The tarsal tunnel is divided by fibrous septae joining the retinaculum to calcaneum, forming four separate compartments - one for each of the tendons and one for the neurovascular bundle 1-3

Related pathology

Lower limb anatomy
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rID: 15569
Section: Anatomy
Tag: cases
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