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What are the bones of the ankle and foot

  • 14 phalanges 
    • proximal phalanges

    • middle phalanged

    • distal phalanges

  • 5 metatarsals 
  • 7 tarsals 
  • talus
  • calcaneus
  • cuboid
  • navicular
  • cuneiforms

2

What is the fascica of the ankle?

  • superior and inferir extensor retinacula- anterior leg tendons
  • superior and inferoir fibular retinaculua- lateral leg tendon (evertors)
  • felxor retinaculum- deep postierior leg tendon (flexors)

3

What is in the tarsal tunnel?

  • Tom tibialis posterior m.
  • Dick felxor digitorum longus
  • Bloody  tibialis posterior a.
  • Nervous tibial n.
  • Harry flexor hallicus longus 
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4

What is tarsal tunnel syndrome?

when the tibial nerve gets entraped

 

5

What is the cutaneous innervation of the dorsal foot?

1.saphenous

2.deep fibular 

3.  superfical fibular

7. sural n. 

6

What is the cutaneous innervation of the platar side of the foot?

1. saphenous

4.medial plantar

5.lateral plantar

6.tibial 

7..sural

 

7

What is the innervation of hte foot?

Dorsal foot

  1. superfical fibular 
  2. deep fibular - anterior leg of foot and all muscles of dorsum of foot

Medial Plantar (L.A.F.F)

  1. 1st Lumbricle
  2. Abductor halicus
  3. flexor hallluics brevis
  4. flexor digitorum brevis m.

Lateral plantar 

all the rest of the muscles

8

Babinski sign

deep tendon reflex

flexion of toes is normal response after 4 years old

abdnormal= spreading of toes (this is normal under the age of 4)

9

What are the arteies of the foot?

from anterior al tibial 

  • dorsalis pedius a 
    • sole of foot deep plantar
    • across metatarsals 2-5 arcuate a 

 

sole of foot

from posterial tibial a 

  • medial plantar a 
  • deep plantar arch  latearal plantar 
    • joined by deep plantar a from dorsum of foot 

10

dorsum foot muscles

extensor digigtorum brevis calcaneous--> extensory expansion  (2-4) 

extensor halicous brevis calcanous--> proximal phalenex 

 

extend toes/ big toe 

deep fibular nerve

11

plantar aponeourissi

  • protects the sole of the foot
  • supports longitudinal arches
  • attaches proximal phalex--> calcaneous
  • has 5 bands that attach to digits 

12

what is plantar fasciitis

  • most common hindfoot problem in runners
  • straning and inflammation of plantar aponeurosisi
  • hurts to walk after sleeping all night 
  • can be acute or chronic 
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13

What are the muslces in the first layer of the foot?

  • abuctor hallicus
  • flexor digitorum brevis
  • abductor digitiminimi

14

  1. What is the muscle on the far right?
  2. What is its insertion/ orgin
  3. What is ins innervation?
  4. What is its action?

  • abuctor hallicus 
    • calcaneous--> prox phalanx 
    • medial plantar n
    • abducts and flexes big toe at MP 

1st layer

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  1. What is the muscle in the middle?
  2. What is its insertion/ orgin?
  3. What is ins innervation?
  4. What is its action?

  1. flexor digitorum brevis
  2.  calcaneous--> either side middle phalenx 2-5
  3. medial plantar
  4. flex toes 2-5 at pip
  5. 1st layer

16

  1. What is the muscle on the far left?
  2. What is its insertion/ orgin?
  3. What is ins innervation?
  4. What is its action?

  1. abductor digitiminimi
  2. calcaneous--> proximal phalex
  3. lateral plantar 
  4. abduct and flex 5th toe at MP

​1st layer

 

17

What are the muscle in the second foot Layer?

  • Quadrateus plantate
  • lumbriclasl (4) 
  • tendon flex digitorum longus 
  • tendon of flexor hallicus longus

18

  1. What is the muscle at the bottom?
  2. What is its orgin/ insertion?
  3. What is its innervation?
  4. What is its action?

  1. Quadrateus plantate
  2. calcaneous--> medial expansion 
  3. lateral plantar n
  4. assist fdl in flexing toes 2-5 help curl toes 

2nd layer

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  1. What is the muscle towards the top??
  2. What is its innervation?
  3. What is its action?

  1. lumbriclasl (4)
  2. medical plantar n (1)/ lateral plantar 2-4
  3. flex toes 2-5 at mp  extend toes 2-5 at ip jts 

2nd layer

20

What are muscles in Layer 3?

  • Flexor hallucis brevis
  • Adductor hallucis (transverse and oblique head)
  • flex digi mini

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Flexor hallucis brevis

  1. Orgin/ insertion
  2. innervation
  3. action

  1. cuboid and lat. cuneiform --> both sides of 1st prox phalanx
  2. medial plantar n
  3. flex big toe and mp joints

3rd layer

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Adductor hallicus

  1. Orgin/ insertion
  2. innervation
  3. action

(transverse and oblique head)

  1. base of metatarsals 2-4 and plantar ligaments --> lateral side of 1st prox phalanx
  2. lateral plantar 
  3. adduct big toe

3rd layer

23

Flexor digiti minimi

  1. Orgin/ insertion
  2. innervation
  3. action

  1. base 5th  metatarsal--> base of 5th prox phalex
  2. lateral plantar 
  3. flexes little toe at mp 

3rd layer

24

sesamoid bones in flexor hallucis brevis 

can occur sometimes

25

What is in the layer 4?

  • 3 plantar interosssei
    • lateral plantar n 
    • adduct digits 3-5 
  • 4 dorsal interossie 
    • lateral plantar 
    • abduction of toes 2-5
  • tendon tiibialis posterior
  • tendon fibularis longus

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Dorsal interossei

  1. How many?
  2. What nerve?
  3. What action?

  1. 4 DABS
  2. lateral plantar n 
  3. aBduct digits 3-5 

4th layer

27

Plantar interossei

  1. How many?
  2. What nerve?
  3. What action?

  1. 3 PADS
  2. lateral plantar n 
  3. adduct digits 3-5 

4th layer

28

accessory navicular bone

embedded in tendont of tibalis anterior 

kinder procedure