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Related to Flexor digitorum longus muscle: Flexor digitorum profundus, Flexor digitorum superficialis
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the state or quality of being physically strong

effective means of influencing, compelling, or punishing

to force one's way into a place or situation

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Caption: FIGURE 2: Dissection of left leg and foot to show accessory flexor digitorum longus muscle (AFDL: accessory flexor digitorum longus muscle; CT: calcaneal tendon; FDL: flexor digitorum longus tendon; FHL: flexor hallucis longus tendon; TP: tibialis posterior tendon; QP: quadratus plantae muscle).
At this level, the FDALM can be fused with the quadratus plantae muscle, as well as with the flexor digitorum longus muscle, according to what type of muscular variation concerned.
At its proximal level, the muscle's tendon relates to the flexor digitorum longus muscle in an inferior-medial direction, and to the posterior tibial neurovascular bundle, with the nerve as its closest element.
The external fascicle, now aponeurotic tissue, is still to the tendinous portion of the quadratus plantae muscle and ends close to the flexor digitorum longus muscle tendons.
Next, the tendon runs between the adductor hallucis muscle medially and the flexor digitorum longus muscle laterally and finally merges to the latter.
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