Medical Dictionary

peroneus longus

noun peroneus lon·gus \-ˈlȯŋ-gəs\

Medical Definition of peroneus longus

  1. :  a peroneus muscle that arises especially from the head and side of the fibula, ends in a long tendon that inserts on the side of the first metatarsal bone and the cuneiform bone on the medial side, and aids in everting and pronating the foot

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