Lateral View Of Foot Anatomy
In this image, you will find lateral view of foot anatomy, soleus muscle, fibularis longus muscle, fibularis brevis muscle, calcaneal (achilles) tendon, subcutaneous calcaneal bursa, superior and inferior fibular retinacula, calcaneus, extensor digitorum brevis muscle in it.
You will also find abductor digiti minimi muscle, fibularis (peroneus) longus tendon, fibularis (peroneus) brevis tendon, tuberosity of 5th metatarsal bone, fibularis (peroneus) teritus tendon, tendinous sheath of extensor hallucis longus as well.
This picture also contains other parts such as tendinous sheath of extensor digitorum longus and peroneus teritus, inferior extensor retinaculum, lateral malleolus and subcutaneous bursa, tendinous sheath of tibialis anterior, superior extensor retinaculum, extensor digitorum longus muscle and so on.
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