Atlas of Skeletal Muscles, 6th Edition by Judith A. Stone (Author) Robert J. Stone (Author)

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90a. 90b. 90c. 90d. 90e. 91a. 91b. 91c. Tibia Medial malleolus of tibia Fibula Interosseous membrane Lateral talocalcaneal ligament Inferior extensor retinaculum Talus Calcaneus Navicular Medial cuneiform Intermediate cuneiform Lateral cuneiform Cuboid Metatarsal bones First metatarsal Second metatarsal Third metatarsal Fourth metatarsal Fifth metatarsal Proximal phalanges Middle phalanges Distal phalanges 77 78 Stone−Stone: Atlas of Skeletal Muscles, Sixth Edition 1. The Skeleton © The McGraw−Hill Companies, 2009 Text T H E FOOT—PLANTAR VIEW 84 83 89 85 88 86 90 a b c d e 91b 91a 79.

34 Stone−Stone: Atlas of Skeletal Muscles, Sixth Edition 32 C H A P T E R 2. 18 Dorsiflexion—Elevating the foot, decreasing the angle between the foot and the leg. Plantar flexion—Depressing the foot, increasing the angle between the foot and the leg. 19 Inversion-eversion—During inversion the sole of the foot turns medially, and during eversion it returns or turns slightly laterally. Most of this movement is permitted by the gliding of the intertarsal and tarsometatarsal joints but because the articulating surface of the talus is narrower posteriorly, it permits some lateral movement when the ankle is plantar flexed.

13 Pronation—The forearm is rotated away from the anatomical position so that the palm turns medially, then posteriorly. If the forearm is flexed at the elbow, then the palm turns inferiorly. Supination—The forearm is rotated so that the palm turns anteriorly (or superiorly if the forearm is flexed). 19. 16 Adduction—The fingers are moved toward the midline of the hand. 15 Radial deviation (abduction)—The hand, at the wrist, is moved laterally toward the radius. In anatomical position this moves the hand away from the body in the coronal plane.

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