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All tibial foot: an electrophysiological artifact
  1. Department of Neurology, University of Crete, PO Box 1393, 71 110 Heraklion, Crete, Greece. Telephone 0030 81 394651;

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    Yamashita et al 1 claim they have proved an “all tibial foot” for the motor innervation, an anomalous dual innervation of the tibialis anterior muscle by the deep peroneal and posterior tibial nerve, and a sensory coinnervation of the skin between the first and second toes by the tibial and deep peroneal nerve in a patient. To support their view they quote the letters of Linden and Berlit2 and of Glocker et al,3 ignoring our letter4 …

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