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Figure 1: Photographs showing (a) the extent of the anomalous muscle (indicated by arrows) and its intermediate part (indicated by white arrows), (b) the proximal part with its muscle belly (indicated by no color – filled arrows) and (c) the distal part with its muscle belly ([c] – indicated by black arrows) on the posterior aspect of the lower limb. Photograph (d) shows a small muscular branch (11) from the medial sural cutaneous nerve (9) supplying the anomalous muscle. 1: Semitendinosus, 2: Long head of biceps femoris, 3: Short head of the biceps femoris, 4: Tibial nerve, 5: Common fibular nerve, 6: Lateral head of the gastrocnemius, 7: Lateral sural cutaneous nerve, 8: Small saphenous vein, 9: Medial sural cutaneous nerve, 10: Medial head of the gastrocnemius, 11: Small muscular branch from the medial sural cutaneous nerve, M: Medial, D: Distal

Figure 1: Photographs showing (a) the extent of the anomalous muscle (indicated by arrows) and its intermediate part (indicated by white arrows), (b) the proximal part with its muscle belly (indicated by no color – filled arrows) and (c) the distal part with its muscle belly ([c] – indicated by black arrows) on the posterior aspect of the lower limb. Photograph (d) shows a small muscular branch (11) from the medial sural cutaneous nerve (9) supplying the anomalous muscle. 1: Semitendinosus, 2: Long head of biceps femoris, 3: Short head of the biceps femoris, 4: Tibial nerve, 5: Common fibular nerve, 6: Lateral head of the gastrocnemius, 7: Lateral sural cutaneous nerve, 8: Small saphenous vein, 9: Medial sural cutaneous nerve, 10: Medial head of the gastrocnemius, 11: Small muscular branch from the medial sural cutaneous nerve, M: Medial, D: Distal