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Lumbar Plexus Anatomy

Lumbar Plexus Anatomy
Schema Subcostal nerve (T12), White and gray rami communicantes, Iliohypogastric nerve, Ilioinguinal nerve, Genitofemoral nerve, Lateral femoral cutaneous nerve, Gray rami communicantes, Muscular branches to psoas major and iliacus muscles, Femoral nerve, Accessory obturator nerve (inconstant), Obturator nerve, Lumbosacral trunk, Respiratory diaphragm (cut), Subcostal nerve (T12), Sympathetic trunk, Iliohypogastric nerve, 

Ilioinguinal nerve, Genitofemoral nerve (cut), Lateral femoral cutaneous nerve, Femoral nerve, Obturator nerve, Psoas major muscle (cut), Lumbosacral trunks, Inguinal ligament (Poupart’s), Anterior division, Posterior division, White and gray rami communicantes, Subcostal nerve (T12), Iliohypogastric nerve (T12, L1), Ilioinguinal nerve (L1), Transversus abdominis muscle, Quadratus lumborum muscle, Psoas major muscle, Gray rami communicantes, Genitofemoral nerve (L1, 2), Iliacus muscle, Lateral femoral cutaneous nerve (L2, 3), Femoral nerve (L2–4), Genital branch and, Femoral branch of genitofemoral nerve, Obturator nerve (L2–4), Anterior rami of lumbar plexus spinal nerves.
Lumbar Plexus Anatomy

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