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(PDF) Posterior Femoral Cutaneous Nerve Entrapment: Low Back

The cutaneous branch of the obturator nerve supplies the skin of the middle part of the medial thigh.

Lateral Femoral Cutaneous Nerve Anatomy, Function & Diagram

what is the femoral triangle and canal

Lateral Femoral Cutaneous Nerve Entrapments

what innervates the adductor brevis

Ultrasound Guided Posterior Femoral Cutaneous Nerve Block

what levels does the obturator nerve originate from

Interdigital neuritis is most common in the second or third interspace, but occurrences in the first and fourth interspace have been reported double neuromas occurring in the second and third interspace are not uncommon. This condition is more common in women than in men. Although it can occur in persons of all ages, it is most common in middle-aged individuals.

Blocks of the lateral femoral cutaneous, posterior femoral cutaneous, saphenous, sural, and superficial peroneal nerves are useful anesthetic techniques for a variety of superficial surgical procedures and carry a low risk of complications.

Substantial variability has been noted in the cutaneous innervation of the webspace and of the plantar aspect of the foot adjacent to the webspace.

Exp 66 years

iliohypogastric nerve
ilioinguinal nerve
lateral femoral cutaneous nerve
femoral nerve
obturator nerve
lumbosacral trunk

what forms the apex of the femoral triangle

The roof of the adductor canal is a dense bridge of connective tissue extending between these muscle groups. The saphenous nerve exits the canal by piercing the roof and becomes subcutaneous about 65 cm proximal to the medial epicondyle of the femur. The nerve may also pierce the sartorius. Once it becomes subcutaneous, the nerve branches to form the infrapatellar plexus, while the main branch continues along the medial leg and foot.

what is the lateral border of the femoral triangle

96 caption id="attachment_9998" align="aligncenter" width="758" 98 Fig 6 - Derivation of the obturator nerve from the lumbar plexus 96 /caption 98

triangular space containing femoral vessels and nerve

The intermediate cutaneous nerve ( middle cutaneous nerve ) pierces the fascia lata (and generally the sartorius ) about  cm below the inguinal 8697 ligament , and divides into two branches which descend in immediate proximity along the forepart of the thigh , to supply the skin as low as the front of the knee.

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