Illustrated Encyclopedia of Human Anatomic Variation: Opus I: Muscular System: Alphabetical Listing of Muscles: P
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Macalister reports peroneus tertius as follows:
Fibularis Tertius (Peroneus Tertius) was found absent in 6.1% of lower limbs. Fibularis Tertius arose from the distal fibula and in all cases inserted onto the dorsal surface of the shafts of both the 4th and 5th metatarsals according to Rourke et al. Peroneus tertius and Fibularis Tertius are co-listed (p.42) in Terminologia Anatomia, FIPAT, 2011 and adopted by IFAA (International Federation of Anatomical Associations).
Syn.: m. Dritter Wadenbeinmuskel, Péronier antérieur, Petit péronier.
Anson, B.J., Ed. (1966) Morris' Human Anatomy, 12th ed., The Blakiston Division, McGraw-Hill Book Company, New York.
Bhadkamkar, A.R. and V. R. Mysorekar. (1961) Anomalous peroneus tertius and extensor digitorum longus muscles. J. Anat. Soc. India. 10:37-38.
Hoshiba, M. (1938) The variations of the M. peroneus tertius. Kanazawa Ikadaigaku Kaibogaku Kyoshitsu Gyosekishu 29:119-121. In Japanese.
Joshi, S. and S. Athavale. (2006) Morphology of peroneus tertius muscles. J Clin Anat 19(7):611- 614.
Macalister, A. (1875) Observations on muscular anomalies in the human anatomy. Third series with a catalogue of the principal muscular variations hitherto published. Trans. Roy. Irish Acad. Sci. 25:1-130.
Mehta, H.J. and S. Janakiram. (1976) Peroneus tertius accessories muscle. J Anat Soc India:25(1):24 - 25.
Morimoto, I., Yasaki, H., and S. Katagiri. (1959) The incidence and familial nature of genesis of the peroneus tertius muscle. Medical Journ. of Shinshu University 4:259-268. In Japanese.
Rourke, K., Dafydd, H. and I.G. Parkin. 2007. Fibularis Tertius: revisiting the anatomy. J Clin Anat. 20(8):946 - 949.
Shigematsu, M., Tsubakihara, M. and S. Isayama. (1956) On the M. peroneus tertius. Kurume Igakkai Zasshi 19:1303-1308. In Japanese.
Sirasanagndla, S.R., Bhat, K. M. R., Nayak, S.B., Shetty, P. and R. Thangarajan. A Rare Case of Variant Morphology of Peroneus Tertius Muscle. (2014) J. Clin Diagn Res. 8(10):AD01-AD02.
Sokolowska-Pituchowa, J., Miaskiewicz, C., Skawina, A. and K. Makos. (1974) Morphology and some measurements of the peroneus tertius muscle in man. Folia Morphol. (Warsaw) 33:91-103.
Stephenson, P.H. (1921) On an unusual anomaly of the peroneus tertius in a Chinese. Anat. Rec. 22:81-83.Section Top | Title Page
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