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The peroneal intraneural ganglia are classified by the leve of progression; ganglia occur from the tibiofibular joint (stage 0), following that they progress proximally to the articular branch (stage I), the deep peroneal nerve (stage II), the common peroneal nerve (stage III), and then spread into the sciatic nerve (stage IV).
When non-progressive isolated fasciculations of the tibialis anterior muscle, it has to been examined the 5th lumbar root and the deep peroneal nerve, as localizer sensory symptoms may be absent (4), and to rule out any more diffuse neurogenic processes.
Because the peroneal nerve is relatively fixed at the fibular head, is superficial and has a fragile blood supply, injuries to the sciatic or peroneal nerve proximally, often present clinically as deep peroneal nerve lesion (15).

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