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Anatomy Foot Inversion Nerve Supply!

A 47 year old woman is unable to invert her foot after she stumbled on her driveway. Which of the following nerves are most likely injured?

a) superficial peroneal and tibial
b) deep peroneal and tibial
c) obturator and tibial
d) medial and lateral planter
e) superficial and deep peroneal
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d) medial and lateral planter
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Its d) Medial & lateral Plantar.

These are the branches of Tibial nerve which Inverts & plantar flexes the foot.

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PED: Peroneal Everts & Dorsiflexes (if leisoned = foot dropPED)
TIP: Tibial Inverts & Plantarflexes (if leisoned = cant stand on TIPtoes)
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Another nice mnemonic

Inversion Vs. Eversion Leg muscles
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eversion is common peroneal nerve.
inversion is tibial and deep peroneal.
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A 47 year old woman is unable to invert her foot after she stumbled on her driveway. Which of the following nerves are most likely injured?

a) superficial peroneal and tibial
b) deep peroneal and tibial
c) obturator and tibial
d) medial and lateral planter
e) superficial and deep peroneal
can someone pls xplain how DDD is the the right answer
(unable to invert foot should have been tibial N lesion?)
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its A both supply anterior and lateral compartment of the leg by the way medial and lateral plantar are associated with abduction and adduction of the foot
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inversion - deep fibular n, tibial n.
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