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Tibial Nerve

…leg. Here, the tibial nerve also gives rise to branches that contribute towards the sural nerve, which innervates the posterolateral aspect of the leg. The tibial nerve continues its course…

The Tibia

…of the tibia – its bony landmarks, articulations and clinical correlations. By Anatomography [CC-BY-SA-2.1-jp], via Wikimedia Commons Fig 1 – Overview of the tibia in the human skeleton Proximal The…

Tibialis Anterior

The tibialis anterior is a muscle within the anterior compartment of the leg. It can be palpated just lateral to the shaft of the tibia. Attachments: Originates from the lateral…

Tibialis Posterior

…tarsal bones. Actions: Inversion and plantarflexion of the foot. It also contributes to the medial arch of the foot. Innervation: Tibial nerve Blood supply: Posterior tibial artery By TeachMeSeries Ltd…

The Knee Joint

…of the tibial collateral ligament, and the medial meniscus By TeachMeSeries Ltd (2024) Fig 4 – The menisci of the knee joint. Superior surface of the tibia Bursae A bursa…

Muscles in the Posterior Compartment of the Leg

…of the phalanx of the great toe. Actions: Flexion of the great toe. Innervation: Tibial nerve Tibialis Posterior The tibialis posterior is the deepest out of the four muscles. It…

Arteries of the Lower Limb

…the anterior tibial artery and the tibioperoneal trunk. In turn, the tibioperoneal trunk bifurcates into the posterior tibial and fibular arteries: Posterior tibial artery – continues inferiorly, along the surface…

The Ankle Joint

…arterial supply to the ankle joint is derived from the malleolar branches of the anterior tibial, posterior tibial and fibular arteries. Innervation is provided by tibial, superficial fibular and deep…

Muscles in the Anterior Compartment of the Leg

…actions and clinical correlations. Tibialis Anterior The tibialis anterior muscle is located alongside the lateral surface of the tibia. It is the strongest dorsiflexor of the foot. Attachments: Originates from…

Tibiofibular Joints

…the anterior tibial recurrent arteries. The joint is innervated by branches of the common fibular nerve and the nerve to the popliteus (a branch of the tibial nerve). By TeachMeSeries…

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