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Collateral Interphalangeal Ligaments of Foot (Great Toe; Right)
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Collateral Interphalangeal Ligaments of Foot (Great Toe; Right)

Ligamenta interphalangeal collateralia pedis

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The collateral interphalangeal ligaments help reinforce the articular capsules surrounding the joints and stabilize the joints during plantar and dorsiflexion.

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Interphalangeal Joint

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The distal interphalangeal (DIP) joint is a hinge joint that is composed of the middle phalanx head and distal phalanx base.

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