Medical Definition of Musculus tibialis secundus

1. An inconstant muscle, of small size, arising from the back of the tibia and inserted into the articular capsule of the ankle joint. Synonym: second tibial muscle. (05 Mar 2000)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Musculus Tibialis Secundus

musculus teres major
musculus teres minor
musculus tetragonus
musculus thyroarytenoideus
musculus thyroarytenoideus externus
musculus thyroarytenoideus internus
musculus thyroepiglotticus
musculus thyrohyoideus
musculus thyropharyngeus
musculus tibialis
musculus tibialis anterior
musculus tibialis anticus
musculus tibialis gracilis
musculus tibialis posterior
musculus tibialis posticus
musculus tibialis secundus (current term)
musculus tibiofascialis anterior
musculus trachealis
musculus tracheloclavicularis
musculus trachelomastoideus
musculus tragicus
musculus transversalis capitis
musculus transversalis cervicis
musculus transversalis nasi
musculus transversospinalis
musculus transversus auriculae
musculus transversus linguae
musculus transversus menti

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