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Skin and Deep Fascia
The following lecture comprehensively elaborates on the anatomical perspective of Sole of Foot. Section one of this lecture brings under consideration the Skin and Deep Fascia of Sole of Foot. The educator gives an overview of Skin and diagrammatically demonstrates the Sole of Foot. Later, a thorough elucidation of The Sensory Nerve Supply is carried out followed by a discussion on Deep Fascia. Moreover, the educator also sheds light on the muscles of Deep Fascia which include Plantar Aponeurosis and Plantar Fasciitis.
Muscles of First Layer
Section two is committed to the discussion of Muscles of First Layer. In this section, a detailed overview of all the Muscles of First Layer is presented in the beginning. Following this, educator sheds light on each muscle one by one. These muscles include Abductor Hallucis, Flexor Digitorum Brevis, and Abductor Digiti Minimi. In addition to this, Fibrous Flexor Sheaths and Synovial Flexor Sheaths are also highlighted.
Muscles of Second Layer
Section three focuses on Muscles of Second Layer. At the start of this section, the educator thoroughly reports all the Muscles of Second Layer of Sole of Foot. After this, light is shed on each muscle individually which include Quadratus Plantae and Lumbricals Muscles. The educator also elucidates Flexor Hallucis Longus Tendon and Flexor Digitorum Longus Tendon. In addition to this, extensive information is put forth regarding the Medial Plantar Nerve, Lateral Plantar Nerve, and Branches of Lateral Plantar Nerve that are present in Muscles of Second Layer. The educator concludes this section by peculiarly addressing Nerve Supply of Foot.
Muscles of Third Layer
Section four focuses on the Muscles of Third Layer. The educator starts off by bringing to light all Muscles of 3rd Layer. To provide a further insight into this topic, various muscles such as Flexor Hallucis Brevis, Adductor Hallucis, and Flexor Digiti Minimi Brevis are discussed.
Muscles of Fourth Layer
In section five, the educator speaks about Muscles of Fourth Layer. The different Muscles of Fourth Layer are highlighted and elaborated upon in detail. Subsequently, the educator talks extensively about Interossei. Following this, the discussion regarding Medial Plantar Artery, Lateral Plantar Artery, and Dorsalis Pedis Artery that supply the Muscles of Fourth Layer takes place.