Common Digital

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Common Digital Veins
... On the dorsum of the foot the dorsal digital veins receive, in the clefts between the toes, the intercapitular veins from the plantar cutaneous venous arch and join ... clitoris ♀) foot dorsal arch · dorsal metatarsal · dorsal digital · plantar arch · plantar metatarsal · common digital · plantar digital M VAS ...
Medial Plantar Nerve - Branches - Three Common Digital Nerves
... The three common digital nerves (nn ... of the plantar aponeurosis, and each splits into two proper digital nerves—those of the first common digital nerve supply the adjacent sides of the great and second toes those of the second ... The third common digital nerve receives a communicating branch from the lateral plantar nerve the first gives a twig to the first Lumbricalis ...
Common Plantar Digital Nerves Of Medial Plantar Nerve
... The common plantar digital nerves of medial plantar nerve are nerves of the foot ... The three common digital nerves (nn ... and each splits into two proper digital nerves Those of the first common digital nerve supply the adjacent sides of the great and second toes Those of ...
Superficial Branch Of Lateral Plantar Nerve
... plantar nerve splits into a proper and a common digital nerve the proper digital nerve supplies the lateral side of the little toe, the Flexor digiti quinti brevis, and the two Interossei of the fourth intermetatarsal ... the common digital nerve communicates with the third common digital branch of the medial plantar nerve and divides into two proper digital nerves which supply the adjoining sides of ... sacral plexus (L4–S4) sciatic common fibular lateral sural cutaneous (sural communicating branch) deep fibular (lateral terminal branch medial terminal ...

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