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peroneal

 [per″o-ne´al]
2. pertaining to the outer aspect of the leg.
Miller-Keane Encyclopedia and Dictionary of Medicine, Nursing, and Allied Health, Seventh Edition. © 2003 by Saunders, an imprint of Elsevier, Inc. All rights reserved.

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]
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peroneal

(pĕr′ə-nē′əl)
adj.
Of or relating to the fibula or to the outer portion of the leg.
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peroneal

adjective Referring to the lateral compartment of the leg; fibular.
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per·o·ne·al

(per'ŏ-nē'ăl)
Relating to the fibula, to the lateral side of the leg, or to the muscles there present.
[L. peroneus, fr. G. peronē, fibula]
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peroneal

Pertaining to the outer side of the leg or to the FIBULA.
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Captions: FIGURE 2: Ultrasound image of the common peroneal nerve and tibial nerve at the popliteal crease after selective tibial nerve block.
The differences in tunnel lengths and distances from the guide pins to the common peroneal nerve and the femoral LCL origin using a flexible or a rigid reamer were compared.
A Madrid statement read: "Real Madrid's medical services have decided that Gareth Bale will undergo surgery as a result of the peroneal tendon injury in his right ankle.
There was full strength of 0.3 for the tibialis posterior and peroneal muscle groups bilaterally.
(2,40) Patients with superficial peroneal nerve involvement may have distal lateral leg pain that radiates into the dorsum of the foot, often exacerbated by lower leg percussion and resulting in diminished sensation.
The ulnar nerves and common peroneal nerves on both sides were significantly thickened and had multiple swellings along their course.
The pain of chronic os peroneal syndrome is similar to that of a sprained ankle and may persist for many years before diagnosis.
The plain film showed the presence of an accessory ossicle in the lateral aspect of the midfoot, located in the path of the peroneal tendons with cortical discontinuity, fragmentation, irregular margins, and heterogeneous density.
Electroneuronographic study, 11 November 2014 Motor nerve responses CMAP Normal Nerve Muscle amplitude values R median APB 2.6 mV > 4.0 mV R ulnar ADM 530 [micro]V > 6 mV R peroneal EDB 127 [micro]V > 2 mV R tibial AH 1.7 mV > 4 mV R sural Sensory nerve responses Peak SNAP Normal Nerve latency amplitude value R median Palmar 50.7 [micro]V > 50 [micro]V R ulnar Palmar 34.5 [micro]V > 15 [micro]V R peroneal R tibial R sural Point B 24.0 [micro]V > 6 [micro]V R = right; CMAP = compound muscle action potential; SNAP = sensory nerve action potential; APB = abductor pollicis brevis; ADM = abductor digiti minimi; EDB = extensor digitorum brevis; AH = abductor hallices.
Kinder explained that prolonged squatting has been known to lead to compression of the peroneal nerves, a set of nerves near the knee joint.
Bilateral ulnar and common peroneal nerves were enlarged and nontender.