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The plantar skin develops with time and mechanical stress creates a strong keratinized surface.
Plantar fat absorb knocks.
The tibialis anterior muscle with its tendon is responsible for dorsiflexing and inverting the foot.
The epiphyseal plate is located in the metaphysis of large bones and consists of hyaline cartilage. It is found in children and young adults and is responsible for the endochondral ossification during bone growth.
The articular ligaments are built of dense collagen fibres and connect bones to other bones to form a joint.
The Achilles tendon attaches the plantaris, gastrocnemius and soleus muscles to the calcaneus bone.
The function of the gastrocnemius muscle is plantar flexing the foot at the ankle joint and flexing the leg at the knee joint.
Cross-section through a fetal foot
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