posterior cutaneous nerve of thigh
A nerve that arises from the first three sacral nerves and supplies the skin of the posterior surface of the thigh and of the popliteal region.
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Words nearby posterior cutaneous nerve of thigh
posterior condyloid foramen, posterior cord of brachial plexus, posterior cruciate ligament, posterior cutaneous nerve of arm, posterior cutaneous nerve of forearm, posterior cutaneous nerve of thigh, posterior embryotoxon, posterior ethmoidal nerve, posterior facial vein, posterior focal point, posterior funiculus
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