musculus adductor hallucis

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the adductor muscle of the great toe

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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.
The six elements that prevent splaying of the forefoot include: Lisfranc's ligament, the transverse metatarsal ligament, the interosseus muscles, the peroneus longus muscle, the plantar extension of the posterior tibial tendon, and the adductor hallucis muscle.