Flexes all joints of the big toe, plantar flexion of the ankle joint
Tibial nerve, S1 & S2 nerve roots
Peroneal artery (peroneal branch of the posterior tibial artery)
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Usually a slip runs to the Flexor digitorum and frequently an additional slip runs from the Flexor digitorum to the Flexor hallucis. Peroneocalcaneus internus, rare, origin below or outside the Flexor hallucis from the back of the fibula, passes over the sustentaculum tali with the Flexor hallucis and is inserted into the calcaneum.
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