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Figure 3 | Journal of Foot and Ankle Research

Figure 3

From: Tibialis posterior in health and disease: a review of structure and function with specific reference to electromyographic studies

Figure 3

Audit of placement of intramuscular electrode. Gross anatomy of dissected limb with intramuscular electrode inserted, indicating; flexor digitorum longus muscle/tendon (FDL), tibialis posterior tendon (TP) and medial malleolus (M). Large arrow indicates wire electrode protruding from limb (3a and 3b) and small arrow indicates wire electrode passing through the muscle belly of flexor digitorum longus and into tibialis posterior (3b) with white paper to highlight electrode.

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