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Introduction – Lower Limb: Superficial Structures and Cutaneous Innervation

by James Pickering, PhD
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    00:01 In this lecture, we?re going to look at the superficial structures and cutaneous innervation of the lower limb. So we?re going to look at the fascia of the lower limb, both the superficial and deep quite briefly, but we?ll look specifically at the fascia lata.

    00:18 We?ll then look at the venous drainage by way of the great and short saphenous veins.

    00:23 And then we?ll look at the cutaneous innervation, the dermatomal distribution, and some important cutaneous nerves. Similar to the upper limb, we have a tight layer of deep fascia that


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    The lecture Introduction – Lower Limb: Superficial Structures and Cutaneous Innervation by James Pickering, PhD is from the course Lower Limb Anatomy.


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    1. Superficial and deep.
    2. Anterior and posterior.
    3. Medial and lateral.
    4. Suprapopliteal and infrapopliteal.
    5. Superior and inferior.

    Author of lecture Introduction – Lower Limb: Superficial Structures and Cutaneous Innervation

     James Pickering, PhD

    James Pickering, PhD


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