The peroneus longus arises from the external tuberosity of the tibia; towards the middle of the leg it is replaced by a tendon.
On the tibiotarsus, the peroneus and gastrocnemius muscles were measured.
No serious changes are present except in the peroneus longus.
The flexors of the toes, the tibialis posterior, and the peroneus longus are shortened to a less degree.
In man, two muscles constitute this region; they are the peroneus longus and peroneus brevis.
The superficial muscles iliotibialis, sartorius, gastrocnemius and peroneus longus have been removed, × 1.5.