Flexor hallucis brevis muscle

Flexor hallucis brevis muscle :- Muscle details :- a muscle of the foot that flexes the big toe. Origin :- Plantar aspect of the cuneiformis, Plantar calcaneocuboid ligament, long plantar ligament . Insertion :- Medial Head: Medial sesamoid bone of the metatarsophalangeal joint, proximal phalanx of great toe. Lateral head:… Continue reading

abductor hallucis muscle :-

abductor hallucis muscle :- muscle details :- an intrinsic muscle of the foot. It participates in the abduction and flexion of the great toe. origin :- Medial process of calcaneal tuberosity, Plantar aponeurosis, Flexor retinaculum . Insertion :- Medial aspect of base of 1st phalanx of hallux . Nerve :-… Continue reading

Flexor digitorum brevis muscle :-

Flexor digitorum brevis muscle :- Muscle detailos :- in the middle of the sole of the foot, immediately above the central part of the plantar aponeurosis, with which it is firmly united. Origin :- Calcaneus . Insertion :- Middle phalanges of toe 2-5 . Nerve :- Medial plantar nerve …. Continue reading

Plantaris muscle :-

Plantaris muscle :- Muscle details :- one of the superficial muscles of the superficial posterior compartment of the leg, one of the fascial compartments of the leg. Origin :- Lateral supracondylar ridge of femur above lateral head of gastrocnemius . Insertion :- endo calcaneus (medial side, deep to gastrocnemius tendon)… Continue reading

Gastrocnemius muscle :-

Gastrocnemius muscle :- Muscle details :- a superficial two-headed muscle that is in the back part of the lower leg of humans . Origin :- superior to articular surfaces of lateral condyle of femur and medial condyle of femur . Insertion :- tendo calcaneus (achilles tendon) into mid-posterior calcaneus …. Continue reading

Peroneus tertius muscle :-

Peroneus tertius muscle :- Muscle details :- The muscle arises from the lower third of the anterior surface of the fibula (anterior compartment of lower leg); from the lower part of the interosseous membrane; and from an intermuscular septum between it and the peroneus brevis muscle. Origin:- distal anterior surface… Continue reading