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Palmaris Brevis- location very thin muscle located over the hypothenar eminence and attached to the flexor retinaculum
Abductor Pollicus Brevis- location most lateral palm muscle; in the thenar eminence
Flexor Pollicus Brevis- location justmedial to adductor pollicus brevis; in the thenar eminence
Abductor digiti minimi- location most medial palm muscle; in the hypothenar eminence
Flexor digiti minimi- location just lateral to abductor digiti minimi; in the hypothenar eminence
Opponens- location deep to the thenar and hypothenar eminence muscles
Adductor Pollicus- location located in between the pollux and 2nd digit
lumbricals- location located along side the tendons for flexor digitorum superficialis
Dorsal Interosseous- location located in between the metacarpals in the hand, superficial
Palmar Interosseous- location located in between the metacarpals in the hand, deep to dorsal interosseous
Extensor Digitorum brevis- location locate deep to extensor digitorum longus tendons
Extensor hallucis brevis- location extension of the 1st digit
Dorsal Interosseus- location locate 1st-5th metatarsals
Abductor hallucis- location located in medial plantar eminence; most medial muscle of the foot
Quadratus plantae- location fixes the tracking of the flexor digitorum longus tendon so that the digits are flexed evenly
Lumbricals- location located along side tendons for flexor digitorum longus
Plantar interosseus- location located between the 2nd and 5th metatarsals



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