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Illustration of dissection of left inguinal region and upper thigh, anterior view, showing muscles and vessels with the lateral femoral cutaneous nerve retracted

Rehman I, Smith CF - Orthopaedic Surgical Anatomy Teaching Collection (2002)

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Affiliation: University of Southern California. Norris Medical Library.

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left inguinal region; upper thigh; lateral femoral cutaneous nerve; external abdominal oblique muscle; aponeurosis; tensor fascia lata muscle; gluteus maximus muscle; anterior superior iliac spine; sartorius muscle; femoral nerve; femoral artery; femoral vein; pectineus muscle; adductor longus muscle; rectus femoris muscle; iliotibial tract; iliac crest
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Figure 1: left inguinal region; upper thigh; lateral femoral cutaneous nerve; external abdominal oblique muscle; aponeurosis; tensor fascia lata muscle; gluteus maximus muscle; anterior superior iliac spine; sartorius muscle; femoral nerve; femoral artery; femoral vein; pectineus muscle; adductor longus muscle; rectus femoris muscle; iliotibial tract; iliac crest


Illustration of dissection of left inguinal region and upper thigh, anterior view, showing muscles and vessels with the lateral femoral cutaneous nerve retracted

Rehman I, Smith CF - Orthopaedic Surgical Anatomy Teaching Collection (2002)

left inguinal region; upper thigh; lateral femoral cutaneous nerve; external abdominal oblique muscle; aponeurosis; tensor fascia lata muscle; gluteus maximus muscle; anterior superior iliac spine; sartorius muscle; femoral nerve; femoral artery; femoral vein; pectineus muscle; adductor longus muscle; rectus femoris muscle; iliotibial tract; iliac crest
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Figure 1: left inguinal region; upper thigh; lateral femoral cutaneous nerve; external abdominal oblique muscle; aponeurosis; tensor fascia lata muscle; gluteus maximus muscle; anterior superior iliac spine; sartorius muscle; femoral nerve; femoral artery; femoral vein; pectineus muscle; adductor longus muscle; rectus femoris muscle; iliotibial tract; iliac crest

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Affiliation: University of Southern California. Norris Medical Library.

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Related in: MedlinePlus