A unique case of an isolated partially ruptured accessory soleus muscle
from Podiatry Today
Anatomic variations in the musculature of the human body are overall rather common. These variations could include the absence of a normally present muscle, the presence of a normally absent muscle (accessory or supernumerary muscle) or abnormalities in regard to the muscle’s normal anatomic course. In this blog, researchers present a unique case involving a partially torn medial muscle belly of the accessory soleus muscle secondary to disruption of deep fascia following strain of the plantaris tendon.
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