Author(s): Heimkes B, Posel P, Stotz S, Wolf K, Heimkes B, Posel P, Stotz S, Wolf K
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Abstract Clinical and electromyographic studies in the tarsal tunnel syndrome may suggest compression of only one of the two terminal branches of the posterior tibial nerve. This anatomical study demonstrates the structures which may cause isolated damage to either the medial plantar or the lateral plantar nerves. A surgical approach to the tarsal tunnel is described.
This article was published in Int Orthop
and referenced in Clinical Research on Foot & Ankle