interosseous branch of medial terminal branch of deep peroneal nerve

interosseous branch of medial terminal branch of deep peroneal nerve
a small branch of the medial terminal branch that innervates the metatarsophalangeal joint of the great toe and the first dorsal interosseous space.

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