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10 Cards in this Set

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Genitofemoral Nerve
1 Muscle
2 Test
3 Sensory
1 Cremaster Muscle
2 Cremasteric Reflex
3 Skin below middle of inguinal ligament
Lateral Femoral Cutaneous
1 Muscle
2 Test
3 Sensory
1 N/A
2 N/A
3 Skin of lateral thigh
Femoral Nerve
1 Muscle
2 Test
3 Sensory
1 Anterior Thigh (esp quadriceps femoris)
2 knee extension
3 skin of anteromedial thigh and leg
Obturator Nerve
1 Muscle
2 Test
3 Sensory
1 Medial Thigh
2 Hip Adduction
3 Sensation to hip joint, lower medial thigh
Superior Gluteal Nerve
1 Muscle
2 Test
3 Sensory
1 Gluteus medius-minimus
2 Hip abduction, internal rotation
3 N/A
Inferior Gluteal Nerve
1 Muscle
2 Test
3 Sensory
1 Gluteus maximus
2 Power hip extension, external rotation
Posterior Femoral Cutaneous Nerve
1 Muscle
2 Test
3 Sensory
1 N/A
2 N/A
3 Skin of posterior thigh and upper leg
Superficial Fibular (peroneal) nerve
1 Muscle
2 Test
3 Sensory
1 Lateral Leg
2 Foot eversion
3 Skin of lower anterolateral leg, most of dorsum of foot
Deep Fibular (Peroneal)
1 Muscle
2 Test
3 Sensory
1 Anterior leg
2 ankle dorsiflexion, some foot inversion and MP joint extension
3 Skin of dorsum of web space between great and second toes
Tibial Nerve
1 Muscle
2 Test
3 Sensory
1
a) Posterior Thigh
b) Gastrocnemius-Soleus
c) Deep Posterior leg
d) Plantar Muscles

2
a) Hip extension knee flexion
b) Ankle Plantar flexion
c) Some foot inversion, toe flexion
d) MP joint flexion, ab/adduction of toes, IP joint extension
3
Skin of posterior leg and plantar foot