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Accessory deep peroneal nerve

What is Accessory Deep Peroneal Nerve?

Accessory Deep Peroneal Nerve is a genetic anomaly that results in an extra nerve in the leg. This nerve branches off the peroneal nerve in the leg and provides extra nerves to the muscles of the foot.

What are the symptoms of Accessory Deep Peroneal Nerve?

Accessory deep peroneal nerve does not usually have symptoms.

What causes Accessory Deep Peroneal Nerve?

Accessory Deep Peroneal Nerve is a genetic anomaly that has an autosomal dominant inheritance pattern. Patients who have disease with an autosomal dominant pattern of inheritance, inherited the abnormal gene from only one parent. Most likely, one of the parents will also suffer from the disease.

How is Accessory Deep Peroneal Nerve diagnosed?

Generally not noticed unless there are nerve conduction tests done on the leg. Family history may be a factor in diagnosis.

What are the treatments for Accessory Deep Peroneal Nerve?

Since there are generally no symptoms and no problems posed by Accessory Deep Peroneal Nerve, there is no treatment.

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