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Pain by the little toe, outside of the foot & heel
By Dr. Steven J. Dolgoff

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Diagrams courtesy of Netter's Anatomy

Netter's Anatomy

Pain in the little toe. Pain in the little toe, traveling up the outside part of your foot and behind your leg, can be due to peripheral neuropathy of the of the S-1 Dermatome. (This is represented in the above pictures by the letter C.)

Dermatome chart by Grantís Atlas of Anatomy

Dermatome chart courtesy of Grantís Atlas of Anatomy.

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