MCQ – 89016


The young parents were concerned that their 14-month-old daughter had not yet begun walking. Their pediatrician reassured them, saying that one of the muscles of the leg, the fibularis (peroneus) tertius, had to complete its central neurologic development before the child could lift the outer corner of the foot and walk without stumbling over her toes. What is the most common nerve supply of this muscle?

A. Sural


Lateral plantar


Deep fibular (peroneal)


Superficial fibular (peroneal)

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