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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

adjective Referring or belonging to the fibula.

fib·u·lar

(fib'yū-lăr) [TA]
Relating to the fibula.
[L. fibularis]
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Although increased pressure in the fibular head due to prolonged lying is thought to be an initiating event leading to common peroneal nerve injury, there is also a possibility that alcohol-induced volume depletion and malnutrition also contribute to aggravated injury.
The insertion is found midway between the fibular head and Gerdy's tubercle, approximately 1 cm distal to the tibial joint line.
However, PER injury-Weber C ankle fractures are rare, especially for those with SMM fractures and fibular fractures higher than 5 cm above the tibial plafond.
Wang et al (41) studied a comparison of virtual planning surgery and conventional surgery for mandibular reconstruction with a vascularized fibular free flap and found that virtual surgical planning produced a more accurate mandibular reconstruction than conventional surgery.
Whether this is part of a longitudinal para-axial deficiency, a variation of fibular hemimelia, is not clear.
Existen diferentes clasificaciones de la hemimelia fibular congenita.
[7] Fibular strut graft was harvested from same side of the leg and used in cases where bone loss was more than 6 cm and above.
A 49-year-old man sustained a tibial shaft spiral fracture (AO/OTA classification 42-A2) with a fibular fracture (Figure 1(a)).
The resected mandible was reconstructed by free fibular graft.
The seven-year-old was born with fibular hemimelia, a condition which prevents the lower legs or feet from developing properly.
The lateral collateral ligament (LCL), sometimes known as the fibular collateral ligament, due to its attachment to the fibular, is an important ligament for resisting rotation of the tibia and stabilising the knee from lateral directed forces on the knee (Scheirs & Pot).