Gastrocnemius 3D

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    • * It originates from the lateral and medial femoral condyles.
    • * It inserts into the posterior aspect of calcaneus via tendo calcaneus and is supplied by the tibial nerve.
    • * It flexes the knee and plantar-flexes the foot.

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  • Description

    • * It originates from the lateral and medial femoral condyles.
    • * It inserts into the posterior aspect of calcaneus via tendo calcaneus and is supplied by the tibial nerve.
    • * It flexes the knee and plantar-flexes the foot.

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