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The retrotrochlear eminence is located posterior to the peroneal tubercle and the peroneal tendons.
It is seen to be prominent in individuals with a hypertrophied peroneus quartus muscle, the most frequently reported accessory peroneal muscle. The muscle arises from the inferolateral aspect of the fibula and has variable insertions, one of them being the retrotrochlear eminence.