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Gross Anatomy - Suprarenal, diaphragm, lumbar plexus, Exam 3

Superior aa. are branches from inferior phrenics
Middle aa. directly from aorta
Inferior aa. come from renal a.
Left supra renal v. drains into left renal v.
medulla of suprarenal glands specially modified sympathetic ganglion
greater splanchnic n. fibers pass through celiac plexus w/o synapse to achieve suprarenal medulla
caval foramen T8
esophageal hiatus T10
aortic hiatus T12
iliohypogastric n. at L1
iliohypogastric n. supplies mm. of anterior wall
ilioinguinal n. at L1
ilioinguinal n. runs in inguinal canal
genitofemoral n. at L1, L2
genitofemoral n. supplies cutaneous to anterior thigh & motor to cremaster m.
lateral femoral cutaneous n. at L2, L3
lateral femoral cutaneous n. supplies cutaneous to lateral thigh
obturator n. at L2-L4
obturator n. runs through obturator foramen to medial thigh
femoral n. at L2-L4
femoral n. supplies anterior thigh
lumbosacral trunk at L4-L5
lumbosacral trunk joins sacral plexus
Created by: JYarger