Medical Definition of Dorsal interosseous muscles of foot

1. Four muscles in the foot; origin, from sides of adjacent metatarsal bones; insertion, first into medial, second into lateral side of proximal phalanx of second toe, third and fourth into lateral side of proximal phalanx of third and fourth toes; action, abduct toes 2-4 from an axis through the second toe; nerve supply, lateral plantar. Synonym: musculi interossei dorsalis pedis. (05 Mar 2000)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dorsal Interosseous Muscles Of Foot

dorsal digital artery
dorsal digital nerves
dorsal digital nerves of foot
dorsal digital nerves of hand
dorsal digital veins of foot
dorsal digital veins of toes
dorsal fascia of foot
dorsal fascia of hand
dorsal fin
dorsal fins
dorsal flexure
dorsal funiculus
dorsal hood
dorsal hypothalamic region
dorsal interosseous artery
dorsal interosseous muscles of foot (current term)
dorsal interosseous muscles of hand
dorsal interosseous nerve
dorsal lateral cutaneous nerve
dorsal lingual branches of lingual artery
dorsal lingual vein
dorsal longitudinal fasciculus
dorsal medial cutaneous nerve
dorsal mesogastrium
dorsal metacarpal artery
dorsal metacarpal ligaments
dorsal metacarpal veins
dorsal metatarsal artery
dorsal metatarsal ligaments
dorsal metatarsal veins

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