The lateral plantar nerve supplies the skin of the fifth and lateral half of the fourth toes, as well as most of the deep muscles of the foot; its distribution can be compared to the ulnar nerve in the hand. It passes along the outside of the foot, dividing into a superficial and a deep branch.
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