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Themedial terminal branch of the deep peronealnerve carries nerve fibers from which spinal cord levels?

L5

Webspace between the 1st and 2nd toes
medialterminal branch of the deep peroneal nerve
Medialside of the anterior thigh
theintermediate and medial femoral cutaneous nerve

lateral side of psoas major

femoral nerve

Musclesthat have attachments to the ilium or vertebral bodies are

developmentally dorsal


postaxial

Musclesthat have attachments to the pubis or ischium are

developmentally ventral


preaxial

name a post axial nerve

femoral

name a preaxial nerve

tibial


obturator

anterior division of femoral nerve

muscular branch to sartorius


medial and intermediate femoral cutaneous (which are collectively called anterior femoral cutaneous)

posterior division of femoral nerve

muscular branch to anterior thigh muscles


saphenous nerve


articular branches to hip and knee joints

Thelower part of the medial side of the thigh

infrapatellar saphenous nerve

medial side of the foot

saphenous nerve

lateral side of the thigh

lateral femoral cutaneous nerve

anterior division of obturator nerve

muscular branches to pectineus, adductor longus, adductor brevis, gracilis


articular branch to hip joint


cutaneous branch to medial skin of thigh

posterior division of obturator nerve

articular branch to knee joint


muscular branches to adductor magnus, adductor brevis, obturator externus

at the saphenpus hiatus, the femoral vein is ____to the femoral artery

medial

which type of lymph nodes are in the saphenous hiatus?

deep inguinal

femoral triangle

NAVEL


from lateral-->medial


femoral nerve, artery, vein, empty space, lacunar ligament