femoral nerve n.
A nerve that arises from the second, third, and fourth lumbar nerves and supplies the muscles and skin of the anterior region of the thigh.
The lumbosacral plexus, femoral nerve, sciatic nerve, and tibial nerve all showed numerous individual variations.
The posterior division of the femoral nerve perforates the muscle in one instance.
The dorsal division of the femoral nerve is fused proximally with the middle division in one leg.
He overlooked the femoral nerve supply for M. gluteus profundus.
The four anteriormost roots (S2 to S5) contribute to the femoral nerve, although the contribution from S2 is small.
Carlsson did not find a femoral nerve supply for M. gluteus profundus.