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Hand: Zone IV — Dorsum Extensor Tendons. The extensor tendons run along the
dorsum of the hand. They become palpable when the patient extends his fingers
while his wrist is slightly extended. When extension is resisted by pressure ...
The tendon should stand out on the dorsum of the foot, crossing in front of the
ankle mortise and fanning out to insert, by slips, into the dorsal surfaces of the
middle and distal phalanges of the four lateral toes. For the manual test, the
The L5 dermatome covers the lateral side of the leg (lateral to the crest of the tibia
) and the dorsum of the foot. The SI dermatome covers the lateral side of the foot (
Fig. 84). The sensation of each peripheral nerve should be tested as it ...
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