Anatomy Foot Leg

Anatomy Foot Leg. The tibia and fibula are two long bones that run parallel to each other, forming the scaffold of the leg and providing attachment points for many muscles. All of these nerves extend as branches of nerves in the leg that pass through the ankle and into the foot.

Bones of the Leg and Foot Interactive Anatomy Guide from

Bones of the lower leg and hindfoot: Put your other forefinger right on the tibial tuberosity (the bump on the top front of the shin bone). This consists of five long metatarsal bones and five shorter bones that form the toes (phalanges).