Hallucis

Some articles on hallucis:

Abductor Hallucis Muscle
... The Abductor hallucis lies along the medial border of the foot and covers the origins of the plantar vessels and nerves ... a tendon, which is inserted, together with the medial tendon of the Flexor hallucis brevis, into the tibial side of the base of the first phalanx of the ...
Tibial Nerve - Branches - Medial Plantar Nerve
... The medial plantar nerve supplies the abductor hallucis, the flexor digitorum brevis, the flexor hallucis brevis and the first lumbrical ... LAFF muscles (pronounced "laugh") L-first Lumbrical, A- Abductor Hallucis, F- Flexor digitorum brevis, F- flexor hallucis brevis ...
Sacral Plexus - Nerves Formed
... Extensor digitorum brevis Extensor hallucis longus Extensor hallucis brevis Peroneus tertius Lateral cutaneous nerve of big toe Intermediate dorsal cutaneous Tibial nerve L4-S3 Triceps surae ...
Adductor Hallucis Muscle
... The Adductor hallucis (Adductor obliquus hallucis) arises by two heads—oblique and transverse and is responsible for adducting the big toe ...
Medial Plantar Nerve - Branches - Muscular Branches
... The muscular branches supply the Abductor hallucis, the Flexor digitorum brevis, the Flexor hallucis brevis, and the first Lumbrical those for the Abductor hallucis and Flexor digitorum brevis arise from ...