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  • adjective anatomy Of or pertaining to the fibula

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Examples

  • Arrows in a point to a nearly complete and fully articulated basal crocodyliform skeleton preserved next to IVPP V 15923 (scale bar, 5 cm). c, Histological section from the fibular shaft of Limusaurus inextricabilis (IVPP V 15924) under polarized light.

    The Panda's Thumb: Transitional Fossils Archives

  • Arrows in a point to a nearly complete and fully articulated basal crocodyliform skeleton preserved next to IVPP V 15923 (scale bar, 5 cm). c, Histological section from the fibular shaft of Limusaurus inextricabilis (IVPP V 15924) under polarized light.

    The Panda's Thumb: Development Archives

  • In order to be accurate, that note should have read She called her PCP, who saw her in the office, examined her, diagnosed a distal fibular fracture and ordered confirmatory x-rays, and referred her here.

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  • In order to be accurate, that note should have read She called her PCP, who saw her in the office, examined her, diagnosed a distal fibular fracture and ordered confirmatory x-rays, and referred her here.

    Archive 2009-06-01

  • And I broke my pelvis in two places and I broke the fibular in my right leg.

    CNN Transcript Dec 13, 2005

  • The injury was diagnosed as a distal fibular fracture of the leg, according to Brewers trainer Roger Caplinger.

    National League – Major League Baseball - Milwaukee vs. Cincinnati

  • The plantar ligament (calcaneo-cuboid) is a strong flat band which is attached to the plantar surface of the fibular and fourth tarsal bones

    Lameness of the Horse Veterinary Practitioners' Series, No. 1

  • In some instances the protruding parts assume large proportions, but always, because of the relationship between the fibular tarsal bone (calcaneum) and the tendon sheath, the larger protrusion is situated mesially.

    Lameness of the Horse Veterinary Practitioners' Series, No. 1

  • The latter structure, which is chiefly tendinous, originates in the supracondyloid fossa of the femur and has an insertion to the summit of the fibular tarsal (calcis) bone.

    Lameness of the Horse Veterinary Practitioners' Series, No. 1

  • Extension of the stifle joint would increase the distance between the femoral origin of the gastrocnemius and its insertion to the summit of fibular tarsal bone (calcis) were it not for the gastrocnemius and superficial flexor (perforatus).

    Lameness of the Horse Veterinary Practitioners' Series, No. 1

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