calcaneal branches

calcaneal branches

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the calcaneal branches or arteries, branches to the structures in the calcaneal region from 1) the posterior tibial artery and 2) the fibular artery.

cal·ca·ne·al branch·es

(kal-kā'nē-ăl branch'ĕz)
The calcaneal branches or arteries, branches to the structures in the calcaneal region from 1) the posterior tibial artery and 2) the fibular artery.
Synonym(s): calcaneal arteries, rami calcanei.
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In total, 88 nerves were operated upon: 19 median, 18 ulnar, 18 radian, 17 fibular, and 16 tibial nerves (both medial plantar and medial calcaneal branches decompressed).
At the ankle, it divides into its medial, lateral and calcaneal branches. (14,15) With the knee in flexion and the hip in external rotation, the transducer is placed crosswise between the medial malleolus and the Achilles tendon (Fig.
Heel could be supplied via posterior tibial artery and peroneal artery calcaneal branches. Therefore, digit ulcers that affected first and second toes were considered to be placed in dorsalis pedis angiosome and in medial plantar branch angiosome.