Medical Definition of Lumbrical muscle of foot

1. Four intrinsic muscles of the foot; origin, first: from tibial side of tendon to second toe of flexor digitorum longus; second, third, and fourth: from adjacent sides of all four tendons of this musculus; insertion, tibial side of extensor tendon on dorsum of each of the four lateral toes; action, flex the proximal and extend the middle and distal phalanges; nerve supply, lateral (second to fourth lumbricals) and medial (first lumbrical) plantar. Synonym: musculus lumbricalis pedis. (05 Mar 2000)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Lumbrical Muscle Of Foot

lumbocolotomy
lumbocostal
lumbocostal ligament
lumbocostoabdominal triangle
lumbodorsal fascia
lumboiliac
lumboinguinal
lumboinguinal nerve
lumbosacral
lumbosacral angle
lumbosacral joint
lumbosacral plexus
lumbosacral trunk
lumbric
lumbrical
lumbrical muscle of foot (current term)
lumbrical muscle of hand
lumbricalis
lumbricals
lumbrici
lumbricidal
lumbricide
lumbriciform
lumbricine
lumbricines
lumbricoid
lumbricosis
lumbrics
lumbricus
lumbrokinase

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