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Q: Which of the following ligaments tears in an eversion ankle sprain? A. anterior talo-fibular ligament B. deltoid ligament C. calcaneo-fibular
ligament D. posterior talo-fibular ligament
A: Deltoid ligament tears in an eversion ankle sprain.
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Deltoid ligament tears in an eversion ankle sprain.
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