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The accessory deep peroneal nerve: a pitfall for the electromyographer.
  1. F Dessi,
  2. G Durand,
  3. J J Hoffmann
  1. Department of Neurophysiology, Hôpital d'Instruction des Armées du Val de Grâce, Paris.


    The presence of an accessory deep peroneal nerve may alter the usual clinical and electrophysiological characteristics of peroneal nerve lesions. Three cases of such an anomalous innervation and a peroneal nerve lesion are presented.

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