Kelsey Rohlck

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During a cadaver dissection in a gross anatomy course, a flexor digitorum accessorius longus (FDAL) muscle was identified. The FDAL was a unilateral, two-headed, multipennate muscle originating from the flexor retinaculum, deep fascia, and calcaneus. The muscle bodies fused into one tendon and coursed distally where slips were observed inserting into the(More)
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