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Nerves

Genitofemoral Nerve

Genitofemoral nerve originates from the LI and L2 ventral rami, the genitofemoral nerve is formed within the matter of psoas major. Opposite the third or fourth lumbar vertebra, genitofemoral nerve goes down obliquely via the muscle to emerge on its medial border. It then goes down below

Iliohypogastric Nerve

The iliohypogastric nerve is the first significant branch of the lumbar plexus. Iliohypogastric nerve is a sensory nerve which supplies lateral and anterior cutaneous branches supplying the posterolateral gluteal skin as well as skin in the pubic region. Origin The iliohypogastric nerve generally emerges from the ventral

Ilioinguinal Nerve

The ilioinguinal nerve is a division of the LI nerve root with a support via T12 in some patients. The nerve goes with a curvilinear course that takes ilioinguinal nerve via its genesis of the LI and sometimes T12 somatic nerves to within the concavity of the

Inferior Gluteal Nerve

The inferior gluteal nerve is created from the posterior divisions of the L5, S1 and S2 nerve roots of the sacral plexus. The nerve is the primary motor nerve that provides the gluteus maximus muscle. Inferior gluteal is responsible for the motion of the gluteus maximus in

Superior Gluteal Nerve

TheĀ superior gluteal nerveĀ originates in theĀ pelvisĀ and supplies theĀ gluteus medius, theĀ gluteus minimusĀ and theĀ tensor fasciae lataeĀ muscle. Nerve roots of theĀ sacral plexus forms theĀ superior gluteal nerve. Origin The superior gluteal nerve, created by divisions via the dorsal branches of L4 to SI, exits the pelvic cavity via the greater sciatic foramen

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