Lateral Condyle of tibia and superior ¾ of interosseous membrane
Middle and Distal phalanges of lateral four digits
Extension of toes and ankle
Anterior tibial artery
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This muscle varies considerably in the modes of origin and the arrangement of its various tendons.
The tendons to the second and fifth toes may be found doubled, or extra slips are given off from one or more tendons to their corresponding metatarsal bones, or to the short extensor, or to one of the interosseous muscles.
A slip to the great toe from the innermost tendon has been found.
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