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fibular

 [fib´u-ler]
pertaining to the fibula; called also peroneal.

fib·u·lar

(fib'yū-lăr), [TA]
1. Relating to the fibula. Synonym(s): fibularis [TA], peroneal, peronealis
2. Lateral in position within the leg.
[L. fibularis]

fibular

/fib·u·lar/ (fib´u-lar) pertaining to the fibula or to the lateral aspect of the leg; peroneal.

fibular

[fib′yələr]
Etymology: L, fibula, clasp
pertaining to the fibula.

fibular

adjective Referring or belonging to the fibula.

fib·u·lar

(fib'yū-lăr) [TA]
Relating to the fibula.
[L. fibularis]

fibular

relating to fibula (lateral) side of lower leg or foot

fibular

pertaining to the fibula.

fibular nerve
see peroneal nerve and Table 14.
fibular nerve block
see peroneal nerve block.
fibular tarsal bone
see Table 10. Called also calcaneus.
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The right femoral condyles remain appropriately apposed in relation to the tibial condyle compared with previous, although the head of the fibula is not articulating correctly with the trochlea fibularis (arrow).
The fascicles to fibularis longus and fibularis brevis could not be distinguished separately after their anastomosis into the SF nerve because of interfascicular plexusing.
1996): Gross anatomic evidence of partitioning in the human fibularis longus and brevis muscles.
On the contrary, Briem and colleagues (2011) reported no influence on fibularis longus muscle activation during inversion perturbation and Lins and colleagues (Lins et al.
This was opposed by studies from Lins and colleagues (2013) in vastus lateralis and by Briem and colleagues (2011) in fibularis longus in which no effects of KT application on muscle activation have been shown.
Particularly within the tendons, the fibularis tertius and fibularis brevis are the most prevalent, with cases also noted at tibialis anterior, flexor digitorum longus, extensor digitorum longus, and tibialis posterior.
13,14) Additionally, as the PTT becomes dysfunctional there is an imbalance with its antagonist muscle the fibularis brevis.
As the patient improved, deeper myofascial treatments were applied to the plantar fascia, tibialis anterior, fibularis longus/brevis, tensor fascia lata (TFL) and iliotibial (IT) band.