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Anterior Ligament of Fibular Head
Connective Tissue

Anterior Ligament of Fibular Head

Ligamentum anterius capitis fibulae

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Structure

The anterior ligament of the fibular head is a small, flat fibrous band of fibers.

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Anatomical Relations

The anterior ligament of the fibular head passes obliquely from the anterior part of the head of the fibula to the anterior aspect of the lateral condyle of the tibia.

Function

The anterior ligament of the fibular head connects the head of the fibula with the lateral aspect of the tibia.

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