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The common fibular nerve bifurcates into the DF and SF nerves, responsible for predominantly dorsiflexion with inversion and predominantly eversion, respectively.
5 cm (2R) progressing proximally in the common fibular nerve.
Fascicles of the common fibular nerve were separable from those of the tibial nerve in the distal sciatic nerve.
Our results showed that fascicles innervating subgroups of these main divisions could be identified as functional groups within the common fibular nerve and the tibial nerve (Figures 3 and 5).
7) Surgery of the avian stifle carries a risk of fibular nerve damage that can lead to a prolonged recovery or permanent neurologic compromise.
The smaller fibular nerve innervates the craniolateral muscles of the crus and pes, which are essential for tarsal flexion and digit extension.