Sandra St Cyr

I would like to add that there can be a variant to the nerve distribution and it is possible to have wasting of all of the muscles mentioned (plantar foot). Not common, but possible.
I agree that it is typically ABductor Dig min, but according to a paper that my msk Rad showed me, that is not always the case.
We did have such a scenario, unilateral plantar numbness and wasting of the muscle bellies of QP, FDB and ABDig min, and the patient was not diabetic – having said that, I have not followed up that case to see if it was Baxter’s neuropathy

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