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N: superficial fibular (peroneal) nerve (L5-S2) B: anterior tibial artery (medially), fibular artery (laterally), A: eversion of foot, weak plantarflexion of ankle
N: Femoral nerve (L2-L4), B: Femoral artery (lateral circumflex femoral, deep femoral), A: Extension at knee joint (medial)
N: Anterior rami (L1-L3), B: Iliolumbar artery (lumbar branches), A: Stabilization of the hip, flexion of the hip
N: tibial nerve (L4-L5) B: fibular artery, A: plantarflexion of ankle, inversion of foot aka 'Tom'
N: Superior gluteal nerve (L4-L5), B: Superior gluteal arteries, lateral circumflex femoral, A: Flexion, lateral rotation, and abduction of the thigh
N: Obturator nerve (L2-L3), B: Femoral (medial circumflex femoral), obturator, A: Adduction of thigh, medial rotation and flexion of leg
N: inferior gluteal nerve (L5-S2), B: superior and inferior gluteal artery, A: lateral rotation and extension of the thigh
N: tibial nerve (L5-S1) B: posterior tibial artery, A: flexion of lateral four toes, plantarflexion of ankle aka 'Dick'
N: Nerve to obturator internis (L5-S2), B: Inferior gluteal artery, A: Lateral rotation of the thigh
N: tibial nerve (L5-S1) B: politeal artery, A: weak synergist of gastrocnemius
N: Ventral rami of S1 & S2, B: Superior and inferior gluteal artery, internal pudendal, A: laterally rotates thigh, abducts flexed thigh
N: tibial nerve (S1-S2) B: popliteal artery, A: plantarflexion of ankle, assists in flexion at knee
N: Obturator nerve (L2-L4), tibial nerve (L4), B: Femoral, popliteal, obturator arteries, A: Adduction and flexion of thigh, extension of thigh
N: Tibial division of sciatic nerve (L5-S2), B: Muscular branches of popliteal, deep artery of thigh, A: Flexion at knee, extension of thigh (Enter one of two possible answers)
N: Femoral nerve (L2-L4), B: Femoral artery (lateral circumflex femoral, deep femoral), A: Extension at knee joint
N: Tibial division of sciatic nerve (L5-S2), B: Popliteal artery, deep artery of the thigh, A: Flexion of knee
N: deep fibular (peroneal) nerve (L5, S1), B: anterior tibial artery, A: extends 2nd through 5th digit, dorsiflexion of ankle
N: Nerve to quadratus femoris (L4-S1), B: Inferior gluteal artery, A: lateral rotation of thigh
N: Femoral nerve (L2-L3), B: Femoral artery, A: Flexion, medial knee/lateral hip rotation, and abduction of the thigh
Nerve, BS, ActionMuscle
N: Common fibular (peroneal) nerve of sciatic (L5-S2), B: Popliteal artery, deep artery of the thigh, A: Flexion of knee
N: Superior gluteal nerve (L4-S1), B: Branches of superior gluteal artery, A: abduction of thigh and medial rotation of thigh
N: Femoral nerve (L2-L4), B: Femoral artery (lateral circumflex femoral, deep femoral), A: Extension at knee joint, flexion at hip joint
N: Superior gluteal nerve (L4-S1), B: Branches of superior gluteal artery, A: Abducts thigh, medially rotates thigh
N: deep fibular (peroneal) nerve (L5, S1), B: anterior tibial artery, A: extension of 1st digit, dorsiflexion of ankle
N: tibial nerve (S1-S2) B: posterior tibial artery, fibular artery, popliteal artery, A: plantarflexion of ankle
N: Femoral nerve (L2-L3), occasionally obturator nerve, B: Femoral artery (medial circumflex), A: Adduction and flexion of thigh, one of the floor muscles of femoral triangle
N: tibial nerve (L5-S2) B: fibular artery, A: flexion of the 1st digit, weak plantarflexion of ankle aka 'Harry'
N: Nerve to quadratus femoris (L4-S1), B: Medial circumflex femoral artery, A: Lateral rotation of thigh
N: superficial fibular (peroneal) nerve (L5-S2) B: fibular artery, A: eversion of foot, weak plantarflexion of ankle
N: Tibial division of sciatic nerve (L5-S2), B: Muscular branches of popliteal, deep artery of thigh, A: Flexion at knee, extension of thigh (Enter one of two possible answers)
N: Obturator nerve (L2-L4), B: Femoral (medial circumflex femoral), obturator, A: Adduction of thigh
N: tibial nerve (L4-S1) B: popliteal artery, A: unlocking of knee joint, weak flexion of knee joint
N: Femoral nerve (L2-L4), B: Femoral artery (lateral circumflex femoral, deep femoral), A: Extension at knee joint (lateral)
N: Deep fibular (L4, L5), B: anterior tibial artery, A: Dorsiflexion of ankle, inversion of foot
N: deep fibular (peroneal) nerve (L5, S1), B: anterior tibial artery, A: dorsiflexion of ankle, assists in eversion
N: Obturator nerve (L2-L4) just superficial to this muscle, B: Femoral, popliteal (continuation of femoral artery), obturator, A: Adducts and flexes thigh
N: Nerve to obturator internis (L5-S2), B: Internal pudendal, superior gluteal artery, A: Lateral rotation of thigh, abducts flexed thigh

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