Anatomy for Emergency Medicine 003: The Ankle

In 10 minutes this is only a very brief look at the ankle, so there may have to be a part 2 to this.

Here’s some useful further reading

Radiopaedia.org

Wheeless

Below are some lovely animation videos showing the sequence of each injury, they use a complicated classification system involving supination and pronation that I don’t think we need to know about but they’re nice all the same.

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Comments

  1. Just wanted to say that I’m loving this video series. I know it takes a lot of time and effort to put these together, so thanks a ton for sharing.

  2. Thanks Andy again!

    A question to you -- what is your favorite orthopedics website? There are so many good ones liek Radiopedia you pointed out (ecgpedia.org, echopedia.org from the top of my head) -- seems every speciality except orthopedics has a decent wiki… or not??

  3. Impressive that you didn’t talk about the OARs! :)

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