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In respect to the contour of the palmar surface, the thenar and hypothenar
eminences are significant because they represent the muscle bellies which motor
the thumb and little fingers, respectively. In appearance, the eminences bulge
The medial tubercle lies on the medial plantar surface of the calcaneus (Fig. 24).
It is rather broad and large, and gives attachment to the abductor hallucis muscle
medially and to the flexor digitorum brevis muscle and the plantar aponeurosis ...
Move laterally and palpate each metatarsal head by placing your thumb upon the
plantar surface and your index finger upon the dorsal surface (Figs. 26, 27). The
transverse arch of the forefoot is located immediately behind the metatarsal ...
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