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Modeling studies may be required to compare the efficacy of a single distal sciatic electrode versus two electrodes on the common fibular nerve and the tibial nerves.
In the proximal common fibular nerve, the DF, SF, and cutaneous branches (sural communicating branch and/or LSC branch) could be distinguished separately (Figure 3).
made similar conclusions about generating pure dorsiflexion without inversion or eversion through balanced activation of two channels to the groups of fascicles he observed in the common fibular nerve [9].