Abductor hallucis muscle
|Abductor hallucis muscle|
|Muscles of the sole of the foot. First layer. (Abductor hallucis visible at center left.)|
|The plantar arteries. Superficial view. (Abductor hallucis visible at center left.)|
|Latin||musculus abductor hallucis|
|Gray's||subject #131 491|
|Antagonist:||Adductor hallucis muscle|
It arises from the medial process of the tuberosity of the calcaneus, from the laciniate ligament, from the plantar aponeurosis, and from the intermuscular septum between it and the Flexor digitorum brevis.
Slip to the base of the first phalanx of the second toe
- LUC abhf
- -993001395 at GPnotebook
- SUNY Labs 16:st-0402
- Abductor+hallucis at eMedicine Dictionary
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