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1849 The Lancet  
439 important and interesting by the presence of an abnormal distribution of the posterior tibial artery, which passed beneath the above and the flexor pollicis longus muscles, in contact with the interosseous membrane, and descended to the os calcis, curving round it in relation with its inner tubercle, to become the external plantar. The peroneal and internal plantar arteries were wanting. The posterior tibial nerve lay to the inner side of the artery in the latter part of its course,
more » ... its course, separating it from the flexor tendons. If you consider these observations of any value, you will much oblige by their insertion, Sir. vour obedient servant. C. B., Student. Glasgow, 1849.
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