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Anatomic variants and peroneal tendon disorders

Discussion in 'General Issues and Discussion Forum' started by NewsBot, Feb 24, 2007.

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    Anatomic variants associated with peroneal tendon disorders: MR imaging findings in volunteers with asymptomatic ankles.
    Radiology. 2007 Feb;242(2):509-17
    Saupe N, Mengiardi B, Pfirrmann CW, Vienne P, Seifert B, Zanetti M
     
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    The peroneus quartus muscle: clinical correlation with evolutionary importance.
    Athavale SA, Gupta V, Kotgirwar S, Singh V.
    Anat Sci Int. 2012 Jan 18
     
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    Let us always remember that peroneus quartus and quinti are the norm in many lesser primates; thus, one should always look for phylogenetic explanations for extra muscles. Also, do not forget that the upper limb homology is flexor carpi ulnaris - complete with sesamoid in the pisiform - thus when one see occasional sesamoids in the PL tendon around the cuboid, one should remember where one has come from, so to speak. I often think that the manner in which peroneus longus has mutlibitartite parts to its upper end may represent the quartus and quinti that have been subsumed into the main muscle. Thought for the day, Rob
     
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    Atul K. Taneja, F. Joseph Simeone, Connie Y. Chang, Vidhya Kumar, Scott Daley, Miriam A. Bredella, Martin Torriani
    Skeletal Radiology; September 2013
     
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    Peroneus quartus: prevalance and clinical importance.
    Bilgili MG, Kaynak G, Botanlıoğlu H, Basaran SH, Ercin E, Baca E, Uzun I.
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    High-Resolution US and MR Imaging of Peroneal Tendon Injuries.
    Taljanovic MS, Alcala JN, Gimber LH, Rieke JD, Chilvers MM, Latt LD.
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    Magnetic Resonance Imaging Analysis of Peroneal Tendon Pathology Associated With Low-Lying Peroneus Brevis Muscle Belly
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    Peter Highlander, DPM, MS; Kyle T. Pearson, DPM; Patrick Burns, DPM
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