talocrural


talocrural
Relating to the talus and the bones of the leg; denoting the ankle joint.

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ta·lo·cru·ral -'kru̇r-əl adj relating to or being the ankle joint <the \talocrural articulation>

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ta·lo·cru·ral (ta″lo-krooґrəl) [talus + crural] pertaining to the talus and the bones of the leg.

Medical dictionary. 2011.

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