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Help - need picture

Discussion in 'Teaching and Learning' started by Rob Kidd, Mar 14, 2013.

  1. Rob Kidd

    Rob Kidd Well-Known Member


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    Help is required. I am playing an away game in Central Queensland and have had to leave most of my library back in NSW. I am looking for the classic picture from Root 2 of a coronal section through the foot at about the Cubois-medial cuneiformwhich shows the insertion of peroneus longus and its changing relationship with vectors depending upon S/T position. Also I am looking for a similar picture showing the sling formed by peroneus longus and tibialis anterior. I gave my copy of Root 2 to the school of pod in South Africa years ago when for them to acquire it was off their scale of finance. If anyone out there can send me a scan of either or both you will earn several brownie points. Ta, Rob
     
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