dorsum of the foot

dorsum of the foot

upper or superior aspect of foot
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6,22,24,25) In 2013, we presented a case study report on treating a ganglion cyst on the dorsum of the foot using high-frequency electroacupunctur.
sup][1] PTM is most frequently located across the lower legs, especially the pretibial areas or the dorsum of the foot.
The standard sites tested are: on hands three sites each on the palm for ulnar and median nerves, one for the radial nerve; on the feet seven sites on the sole for the posterior tibial nerve and one site on the dorsum of the foot for the deep peroneal nerve.
It arises at the level of the fibular neck and courses down the lateral compartment of the leg providing sensation to the dorsum of the foot and the toes.
It provides cutaneous sensory innervation to the lateral aspect of the leg and dorsum of the foot and sensation to the dorsal aspect of all the toes except the lateral aspect of the fifth toe and an area between the first and second toe.
They were located on the heel, sole, and dorsum of the foot, ankle, and distal tibia (Table-1).
A guide pin, Kirshner wire (K-wire) or freer elevator is now positioned over the dorsum of the foot to approximate the line of placement of the Endo-attached Fiberwire construction.
The heat pain threshold from the dorsum of the foot was not different from the control population tested in any of the subjects with burn injury.
Right foot examination showed pulsatile, non-tender and compressible mass on the dorsum of the foot (Fig.
Common peroneal nerve damage results in a foot drop and a loss of sensation over the lateral leg and dorsum of the foot (Winfree & Kline 2005).
the number of toes involved or extension of the infection onto the dorsum of the foot, Doppler pressure, and the presence of collaterals on angiogram.