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Exam 1 a

roof of the femoral triangle fascia lata
the smallest of the 3 compartments of the femoral sheath is the femoral canal
superior border of femoral triangle inguinal ligament
medial border of femoral triangle adductor longus
lateral border of femoral triangle sartorius
apex of femoral triangle inferior crossing of sartorius and adductor longus
flor of the femoral triangle pectineus medially and iliacus laterally
NAVEL Femoral nerve; femoral artery; femoral vein; lymphatics
The Gluteus maximus is supplied by what Superior and Inferior Gluteal arteries
The gluteus medius and minimus are supplied by Superior gluteal artery
purpose of femoral sheath allows femoral a/v to glide deep to inguinal ligament during movement
what is the largest branch of the internal iliac artery superior gluteal
the great saphenous vein empties into femoral vein
the small saphenous vein empties into popliteal vein
what two muscles attach along the same line of linea aspera pectineus (superior) and adductor longus (inferior)
Created by: elvis82