musculus adductor hallucis

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Noun1.musculus adductor hallucis - the adductor muscle of the great toe
adductor, adductor muscle - a muscle that draws a body part toward the median line
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Lateral structures include the deep transverse ligament, adductor hallucis muscle, and the lateral (fibular) sesamoid and flexor hallucis brevis muscle.
The medial capsule and collateral ligaments attenuate, and the lateral structures, including the deep transverse intermetatarsal ligament, the lateral sesamoid complex, and the adductor hallucis muscle, tighten to produce a lateral pull on the phalanx.