- Tarsal tunnel
] or alternatively "Tom, Dick (and very nervous) Harry" if the artery, vein, and nerve are included.
Another common mnemonic used is "Tiny Dogs Are Not Hunters". Bear in mind that tibial veins are located on both sides of tibial artery.
All three muscles are part of the
posterior compartment of leg.
tarsal tunnel syndrome
* [http://physiotherapy.curtin.edu.au/resources/educational-resources/pgdissections/lower_limb/heel_pain_triad_2003/page8.cfm Description at curtin.edu.au]
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