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Crural Muscles
...  which holds the knee joints’ flexions and the foot’s plantar flexion. Its point of origin is located in the lateral and medial posterior sections of the femur’s epicondyles. The tendo calcaneus, or popularly known as the Achilles tendon inserts and holds the muscle to the calcaneus. This part of the foot is the strongest tendon in the body- it is the reason why it is named  ...


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