Tibial Nerve Block
A tibial nerve block is used when tenderness is noted in the regions where trajectories of the tibial nerve locate. This block makes it possible to control pain in the posterior part of the lower leg and anterior sole of the foot.
KeywordsTibial nerve Ultrasound-guided block
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