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What are ankle bones called

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The ankle bone is termed the talus. It is the bone of the foot that joins the tibia and fibula to form the ankle joint.


Nicole Pitts

The talus or astragalus, noun, is the bone of the ankle that articulates with the tibia and fibula to form the ankle joint.


Michele Wiltermood

The bones which constitute the ankle are the tibia and fibula, which articulate with a short ankle bone called the talus.

The talus is the ankle bone and the ankle is the joint where it meets the tibia and fibula.

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