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■ Abbreviation / Long Form : PTFL / posterior talofibular ligament

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Long Form:   posterior talofibular ligament
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2019 Function of ankle ligaments for subtalar and talocrural joint stability during an inversion movement - an in vitro study. ATFL, CFL
2019 High Ankle Sprains in Professional Ice Hockey Players: Prognosis and Correlation Between Magnetic Resonance Imaging Patterns of Injury and Return to Play. AITFL, ATFL, CFL, MRI, NHL, PITFL
2018 Increased ATFL-PTFL angle could be an indirect MRI sign in diagnosis of chronic ATFL injury. ATFL, MAI, MRI, ROC
2015 Morphological study of mechanoreceptors in collateral ligaments of the ankle joint. ATFL, CFL
2015 Radiographic identification of the primary lateral ankle structures. ATFL, CFL, ICCs
2015 The anatomic variations of the posterior talofibular ligament associated with os trigonum and pathologies of related structures. ATFL, FHL
2014 Value of ultrasonography for detecting chronic injury of the lateral ligaments of the ankle joint compared with ultrasonography findings. ATFL, CFL
2013 Relationship between stress ankle radiographs and injured ligaments on MRI. ATFL
2013 Utilization of mobilization with movement for an apparent sprain of the posterior talofibular ligament: a case report. AFTL, FAAM, MWM, NEISS
10  2011 Acute and chronic lateral ankle instability in the athlete. ATFL, CFL
11  2011 Lateral ankle ligaments: MR arthrography with anatomic correlation in cadavers. AITFL, ATFL, CFL, MR
12  2009 Effect of simulated lateral process talus "fracture excision" on its ligamentous attachments. ATFL, LTCL
13  2008 The posterior talofibular ligament: an anatomical study with clinical implication in clubfoot surgery. ---
14  2002 Simultaneous strain measurement with determination of a zero strain reference for the medial and lateral ligaments of the ankle. ATFL, CFL, TCL
15  1998 Magnetic resonance imaging of the normal and injured lateral collateral ligaments of the ankle. ATFL, CFL, MRI