plantaris

<anatomy, muscle> Origin, lateral supracondylar ridge; insertion, medial margin of tendo achillis and deep fascia of ankle; action, traditionally described as plantar flexion of foot; many investigators now believe the plantaris muscle to be primarily a proprioceptive organ; nerve supply, tibial nerve. ... Synonym: musculus plantaris, musculu...
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plantaris

(plan-ta┬┤ris) Latin word meaning plantar; a term used in anatomy.
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plantaris

(muscle) Type: Term Definitions: 1. small muscle of superficial posterior (plantar flexor) compartment of leg; origin, lateral supracondylar ridge; insertion, medial margin of tendo achillis and deep fascia of ankle; action, traditionally described as plantar flexion of foot; many investigators now believe the plantaris muscle to...
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Plantaris

The muscle in the sole of the foot.
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Plantaris

The plantaris (tibialis gracilis) is a very small muscle that lies between the gastrocnemius and soleus muscles. It originates from the supracondylar ridge at the lower end of the femur (upper leg bone) and extends to a small area on the bottom of the calcaneum where it inserts with the Achillis tendon. The belly of the muscle is about three or fou...
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plantaris

Type: Term Pronunciation: plan-tar′is Synonyms: plantar, plantar
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