Femoral Nerve (L2–L4) 3D

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    • * It arises from the lumbar plexus within the substance of the psoas major, emerges between the iliacus and psoas major muscles, and enters the thigh by passing deep to the inguinal ligament and lateral to the femoral sheath.
    • * It gives rise to muscular branches, articular branches to the hip and knee joints, and cutaneous branches, including the anterior femoral cutaneous nerve and the saphenous nerve.

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  • Description

    • * It arises from the lumbar plexus within the substance of the psoas major, emerges between the iliacus and psoas major muscles, and enters the thigh by passing deep to the inguinal ligament and lateral to the femoral sheath.
    • * It gives rise to muscular branches, articular branches to the hip and knee joints, and cutaneous branches, including the anterior femoral cutaneous nerve and the saphenous nerve.

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