A branch of the common peroneal nerve, the superficial peroneal nerve is formed from the L4-S2 nerve roots and provides motor supply to the lateral lower leg, as well as sensory innervation to the dorsum of the foot and ankle.
KeywordsSuperficial peroneal nerve Loss of ankle eversion Nerve entrapment
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