"Baby toes" redirects here. It is not to be confused with Baby's toes
|Skeleton of foot. Lateral aspect.
|Bones of the right foot. Plantar surface.
||Digitus minimus pedis,
digitus quintus pedis,
digitus V pedis
The fifth toe (also known as little toe, baby toe, or pinky toe) is the outermost (most distal) and usually the smallest toe of the foot.
The fifth toe on the left foot of an adult male.
It is associated with many medical conditions, largely due to the use of shoes.
It consists of the fifth metatarsal bone and its associated phalanges.
The muscles that serve the fifth toe are:
Some parallels can be drawn with these muscles and those of the hypothenar eminence serving the little finger.