interossei muscles of foot dorsal

musculi interossei dorsales pedis.

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  • Interossei — refer to muscles between the bones. Specific interossei include: * Upper limbs ** Dorsal interossei muscles (hand) ** Palmar interossei muscles * Lower limbs ** Dorsal interossei muscles (foot) ** Plantar interossei muscles …   Wikipedia

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