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4-2: Hip and Thigh. Medial Femoral Compartment Structures.

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1 4-2: Hip and Thigh

2 Medial Femoral Compartment Structures

3 Gracilis

4 Pectineus

5 Adductor longus

6 Adductor brevis

7 Adductor magnus

8 Obturator externus

9 Adductor canal

10 Vasto-adductor membrane

11 Obturator nerve

12 Obturator artery

13 Anterior Femoral Compartment Structures

14 Lateral femoral cutaneous nerve

15 Cutaneous branches of femoral nerve

16 Femoral nerve

17 Femoral nerve branches( Vastus Medialis)

18 Vastus medialis

19 Saphenous n.

20 Musculature

21 Quadriceps femoris

22 Rectus femoris

23 Vastus lateralis

24 Vastus intermedius

25 Vastus medialis

26 Sartorius

27 Illiopsoas

28 Great saphenous vein

29 Saphenous hiatus Facia hiatus for greater saphenous vein

30 Inguinal Lymph Nodes

31 Fascia Lata & Illiotibial band

32 Femoral Triangle

33 Femoral Sheath

34 Femoral Canal

35 Femoral Vein

36 Femoral Artery

37 Gluteal aponeurosis

38 Gluteus maximus

39 Sacrotuberous ligament

40 Sacrospinous ligament

41 Gluteus medius

42 Gluteus minimus

43 Piriformis

44 Superior gemellus and Inferior Gemellus

45 Obturator internus

46 Quadratus femoris

47 Tensor fasciae latae

48 Superior gluteal artery and Nerve

49 Posterior femoral cutaneous nerve

50 Sciatic nerve

51 Long Head Biceps femoris

52 Short Head of Biceps femoris

53 Semitendinosus

54 Semimembranosus

55 Sciatic Nerve

56 Common fibular nerve

57 Tibial nerve

58 Perforating branches of deep femoral a.


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