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Foot Anatomy Dr Rania Gabr. Objectives Know the retinaculae around the ankle and their relations. Discuss the characteristic features of joints of foot.

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1 Foot Anatomy Dr Rania Gabr

2 Objectives Know the retinaculae around the ankle and their relations. Discuss the characteristic features of joints of foot. Explain the layers of foot with their contents. Identify the muscles present in the layers of foot with their actions. Understand the arches of foot.

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4 Extensor Retinacula A thickening of deep fascia that keeps the long tendons around ankle joint in position Superior Extensor retinaculum : Attached to anterior borders of tibia & fibula above ankle Inferior Extensor retinaculum: Y-shaped band located inferior to ankle

5 the stem of the Y being attached laterally to the upper surface of the calcaneus,calcaneus

6 From medial to lateral: 1.Tom 2.Has 3.Very (vessels) 4.Nice ( nerve) 5.Dog & 6.Pigeon

7 Tendons of peronei are surrounded by a single common tubular synovial sheath, deep to inferior peroneal retinaculum, they have separate sheaths Synovial Sheaths of Peroneal Longus & Brevis: Superior peroneal retinaculum Connects the lateral malleolus to calcaneum & holds the tendons of peroneus longus & brevis Inferior peroneal retinaculum

8 It is very thin, but just distal to ankle joint, it is thickened to form Inferior extensor retinaculum

9 MUSCLEBLOOD VESSEL NERVE Extensor Digitorum Brevis Dorsalis Pedis DEEP & Superficial Peroneal

10 Extensor Digitorum Brevis OriginInsertionAction Anterior part of upper surface of the Calcaneum and from the Inferior extensor retinaculum By four tendons into the proximal phalanx of big toe and long extensor tendons to second, third, and fourth toes Extend toes

11 Insertion of Long Extensor Tendons The tendons of Extensor digitorum longus pass to the lateral four toes. Each tendon to the 2 nd, 3 rd & 4 th toes is joined on its lateral side by a tendon of Extensor digitorum brevis. The extensor tendons form a Fascial Expansion (Extensor Expansion) on the dorsum of each toe. The expansion divides into (3) parts. Central part: inserted into the Base of Middle ph. Two Lateral parts: inserted into the Base of Distal ph. The (Extensor Expansion) receives insertion of : Interossei & Lumbrical muscles.

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13 Tibialis anterior Extensor hallucis longus (Both have its own synovial sheath) Extensor digitorum longus & peroneus tertius : have a common sheath, it extends to the level of Base of 5 th Metatarsal bone.

14 Extends from the back of the medial malleolus to the medial side of calcaneum

15 Medial to lateral Tibialis posterior tendon Flexor digitorum longus tendon Posterior tibial artery with venae comitantes Tibial nerve Flexor hallucis longus tendon

16 From anterior to posterior: 1.Tom 2.Does a 3.Very (vessels) 4.Nice ( nerve) 5.Hat

17 17 The plantar aponeurosis is a triangular thickening of the deep fascia that protects the underlying nerves, blood vessels, and muscles. Its apex is attached to the medial and lateral tubercles of the calcaneum. The base of the aponeurosis divides into five slips that pass into the toes.

18 18 The muscles of the sole are conveniently described in four layers from superficial to deep.

19 19 1.Abductor hallucis, 2.Flexor digitorum brevis, 3.Abductor digiti minimi

20 20 1.Quadratus plantae, 2.Lumbricals, 3.Flexor digitorum longus tendon, 4.Flexor hallucis longus tendon

21 21 1.Flexor hallucis brevis 2.Adductor hallucis 3.Flexor digiti minimi brevis

22 22 1.Interossei, (3 plantar + 4 dorsal). 2.Peroneus longus tendon, 3.Tibialis posterior tendon

23 23 Unlike the small muscles of the hand, the sole muscles have few delicate functions and are chiefly concerned with supporting the arches of the foot. Although their names would suggest control of individual toes, this function is rarely used in most people

24  Medial longitudinal arch Is formed of calcaneum, talus, navicular, 3 cuneiform bones, and first medial 3 metatarsal bones.  Lateral longitudinal arch Is formed of calcaneum, cuboid & lateral 4 th & 5 th metatarsal bones  Transverse arch Lies at the level of tarso- metatarsal joints, formed of bases of metatarsal bones, cuboid & 3 cuneiform bones.

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26  Weight bearing  Support walking & running  Provide potential space neurovascular bundle of the sole  Act as shock absorber  In young child the foot appears to be flat because of presence of a large amount of subcutaneous fat on the sole of foot

27 27 The inferior surface of each toe, from the head of the metatarsal bone to the base of the distal phalanx, is provided with a strong fibrous sheath, which is attached to the sides of the phalanges. The fibrous sheath, together with the inferior surfaces of the phalanges and the interphalangeal joints, forms a blind tunnel in which lie the flexor tendons of the toes.

28 28 The tendons of the flexor hallucis longus and the flexor digitorum longus are surrounded by synovial sheaths

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