Show pages referencing a specific anchor (= normative clause reference )

I would like to link confluence pages to specific sections of another page. The idea behind this is to implement "normative references" such as referencing ISO 9001 clauses from pages describing processes, etc.

This could potentially be done with anchors. Each clause in the referenced page would be an anchor and I can link to the anchor from the referencing page.

However, I would like to be able to list what pages reference a particular clause (i.e. anchor) on the referenced page (i.e. next to the clause). The incoming-links macro from the free Linking plugin provides this for pages referencing pages, but I do not see an option with anchors.

Anyone has an idea how to solve this? Is there another aproach not using anchors?

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