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abdominal nerves2 blanks - * Inferior to courses along top...

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Nerve Origin Course Distribution of GSEs Distribution of GSAs Thoraco abdominals nn. ventral primary rami of are continuations of the lower intercostal nerves located in the pierces rectus sheath carries GSEs to: carries GSAs from skin of and perimeter of GSAs from underlying Subcostal n. ventral primary ramus of (the most inferior intercostal nerve) runs along carries GSEs to carries GSAs from skin over GSAs from underlying Iliohypogastric branch mostly the ventral primary ramus of (a nerve of the lumbar plexus) * emerges from lateral border of and crosses over * Courses in NVP about 1” superior to becomes cutaneous an inch superficial is at risk during right–side appendectomies carries GSEs to carries GSAs from GSAs from underlying
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Nerve Origin Course Distribution of GSEs Distribution of GSAs Ilioinguinal branch ventral primary ramus of (a nerve of the lumbar plexus) * emerges from lateral border of
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Unformatted text preview: * Inferior to courses along top of comes to lie within inguinal canal adjacent to spermatic cord; pierces TA carries GSEs carries GSAs from skin of Genitofemoral n. ventral primary rami of (both nerves of the lumbar plexus) * emerges from anterior surface of * Divides lateral to the common and external iliac artery into femoral branch and genital branch. * The genital branch enters * femoral branch * genital branch carries GSEs to . * femoral branch carries GSAs from skin of * genital branch carries GSAs from skin of Lateral femoral cutaneous n. (aka lateral cutaneous n. of the thigh). ventral primary rami of (both nerves of the lumbar plexus) * runs inferolaterally on the iliacus; enters the thigh posterior to * exits the abdomen medial to the at risk during certain surgical procedures (retraction, stapling) does not carry GSEs carries GSAs...
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