Dissection of medial aspect of left foot and ankle

Abductor hallucis reflected; posterior tibial vessels and tibial nerve at ankle, medial view

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Dissection of medial aspect of left foot and ankle
Abductor hallucis reflected; posterior tibial vessels and tibial nerve at ankle, medial view
The abductor hallucis has been detached from its origin and reflected downward exposing the fascial bed in which it lay.
1 . Tendo calcaneus
2 . Medial malleolus
3 . Posterior tibial artery
4 . Tibial nerve
5 . Flexor retinaculum
6 . Calcaneal branch of the posterior tibial artery
7 . Medial calcaneal branches of tibial nerve
8 . Fascial bed of abductor hallucis
9 . Abductor hallucis muscle (reflected)
10 . Plantar aponeurosis
11 . Great saphenous vein
12 . Saphenous nerve
13 . Tibialis anterior muscle
14 . Dorsal medial cutaneous nerve