In the midfoot FHL runs immediately deep (dorsal) to FDL.
When the FDL and FHL are in the ankle, FDL is medial to the FHL ("Tom, Dick and Harry"). However they cross each other at the Knot of Henry, where the FHL goes anterior to the FDL, and then tracks immediately deep (dorsal) to the FDL in the midfoot.
Illustration A shows the relative position of FDL to FHL at the ankle and plantar aspect of the foot.
Illustration B shows the relative position of FHL to FDL from a plantar view of the foot
Illustration V reviews the anatomy of the plantar surface of the foot, and at 56 seconds demonstrates the relative position of FHL to FDL.
Answer 1: The achilles tendon should not be seen in a harvest exposure.
Answer 2: The FHB is anterior and slightly lateral to the FHL.
Answer 3: Adductor hallucis crosses too distal for harvest.
Answer 5: Abductor hallucis never crosses the FDL.
Frank H. Netter, John A. Craig. Netter's Concise Atlas of Orthopaedic Anatomy, Icon Learning Systems, Teterboro, NJ, Copyright 2002