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V   - vulnerabilities of distal
tibial & plantar nerves at the ankle
and foot


Ú nderstand the µtarsal tunnel concept¶


Ú Know the EDX for TTS
Ú To appreciate the realities of RRS
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Ú ¦rom: Dorland¶s Medical Dictionary 28th


edition
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Ú This is a RARE condition


Ú Most reports ± local trauma to distal tibial
nerve rather than µidiopathic TTS¶
Ú If truly an µidiopathic¶
Ú Must be compromised under laciniatum
ligament (retinaculum musculorumm flexorum
pedis)
Or entrapment in abductor hallucis
 

Ú laciniate ligament
Ú Or Lacinatum
Ú Or retinaculum muscculum flexorum
pedis

Ú This is µtarsal tunnel syndrome¶


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Ú ×ompare amplitude when stimulating
proximal and distal to TT
Ú Side
Side--to
to--side amplitudes = 20%
Ú Latency is helpful ±but not the only
parameter for diagnosis
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Ú Abductor hallicus ± 1 cm below navicular
tubercle
Ú Abductor dig V pedis ± below the lateral
malleolus at junction of normal and sole
skin
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Ú Tarsal tunnel Syndrome - idiopathic


Ú This is   

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Ú ¦requently present as compromise in
diabetic peripheral neuropathy
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Ú Motor latency ± medial plantar n <5.5 ms; lat pl n
- <6 ms
Ú Trans
Trans--tarsal amplitude and latency similar to
    
  
Ú More frequently seen in diabetic peripheral neuropathy
× AP will be reduced or absent with
stimulation at sole of foot (Lat Pl )
×MAP of abd dig min pedis will be smaller
Ú eedle EMG abnormalities in abd dig V ped and lateral
interosseus muscles.     
 

   
 



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Ú Medial plantar nerve - >6 ms


Ú Lateral plantar nerve - >7 ms

Ú . Amplitudes and trans-


trans-tarsal latencies
are critical for diagnosis

Ú ×ompare contralateral values (nl = +/-


+/- 20%
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Ú Medial plantar nerve


Amplitudes similar to sural
Ú Lateral plantar nerve
Ú Amplitudes similar to sural

Ú . This is a MIXED nerve action potential


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Ú ote the amplitude and duration
Ú Latency can be converted to ×V (nl >35
M/sec)
Ú . ×omparable to sural nerve values
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Ú Definition ± comparable with ×TS if


compromise is under lancinatum
ligament ± this is rare!
Ú ×ould occur if underlying nerve is µsick¶
as in peripheral neuropathy

Ú Many cases are 2d to trauma at ankle


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Ú This is a  disorder but it can be DX


Ú µIdiopathic¶ is rare
Ú Must verify with mixed ± trans
trans--tarsal
abnormal values ± best test (consensus)
Ú Must do needle EMG on intrinsic foot
muscles (caution!-
(caution!- end plate areas)
Ú It is common ± only ± in patients with
underlying diabetic polyneuropathy
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Ú AA EM PRA×TI×E TOPI×
Ú Patel, A et al: Muscle & erve. 2005. 236
Ú Recommendations:
Ú Tibial motor ×V with responses abd hall & abd
dig min ped with prolonged latencies
Ú Medial and Lateral Plantar prolonged latencies
Ú Medial and Lateral Plantar slowed ×V across TT
or reduced or absent S AP
Ú eedle exam of foot intrinsic muscles ± no data