|The mucous sheaths of the tendons around the ankle. Lateral aspect. (Peroneal retinacula not labeled, but region visible at bottom left.)|
|Latin||r. musculorum peroneorum|
|Gray's||subject #130 489|
The fibers of the inferior retinaculum are continuous in front with those of the cruciate crural ligament; behind they are attached to the lateral surface of the calcaneus; some of the fibers are fixed to the peroneal trochlea, forming a septum between the tendons of the Peronæi longus and brevis.
- r_10/12706107 at Dorland's Medical Dictionary
- r_10/12706116 at Dorland's Medical Dictionary
- SUNY Figs 17:10-10
- peroneal+retinaculum at eMedicine Dictionary
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