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Chueh-Hung WuShaw-Gang ShyuLevent ÖzçakarTyng-Guey Wang
This video showed the real-time ankle movements and the ultrasound images. Dynamic scanning (transverse view) at the level of the lateral malleolus showed anterior subluxation of the peroneal longus tendon over the malleolus during dorsiflexion and eversion. The peroneus longus tendon returned to the normal anatomic position at rest.