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MusculoSkeletal Muscles of Foot Inversion!

Which Muscles causing inversion of the foot?

Anterior compartment or posterior?
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Its both Tibialis Ant and Tibialis Posterior
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So in which nerve injury will inversion be lost if both common fibular and tibial nerve supply these muscles?
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So in which nerve injury will inversion be lost if both common fibular and tibial nerve supply these muscles?
Sciatic nerve injury will lead it in complete loss of inversion bt if any one of the above nerves are injured then it should lead to weak inversion
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Sciatic nerve injury will lead it in complete loss of inversion bt if any one of the above nerves are injured then it should lead to weak inversion
does not only tibial n injury and off course sciatic n injuries as common peroneal will cause loss of eversion??
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tibial nerve ant division L4 S3 for foot inversion
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Which Muscles causing inversion of the foot?

Anterior compartment or posterior?
AC: Tibialis Anterior, Extensor Hallucis Longus, and Medial Tendons of Extensor Digitorum Longus

PC: Tibialis Posterior only

Tibial Nerve Injury = Weakened Inversion (AC muscles still functioning)

Common Peroneal Injury = Eversion completely lost, weakened inversion (Tibialis Posterior still functioning)

Sciatic Nerve Injury = All movement below the knee is lost
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