Medial plantar nerve

medial plantar nerve n.
One of the two terminal branches of the tibial nerve running along the medial aspect of the sole to supply the abductor muscle of the big toe and the short flexor muscle of the toes and innervating the skin of the medial part of the foot and the medial three and one-half toes.


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