saphenous nerve

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sa·phe·nous nerve

[TA]
a branch of the femoral, extending from the femoral triangle to the foot, becoming subcutaneous on the medial side of the knee; it supplies cutaneous branches to the skin of the leg and foot, by way of infrapatellar and medial crural branches.
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sa·phe·nous nerve

(să-fē'nŭs nĕrv) [TA]
A branch of the femoral, extending from the femoral triangle to the foot, becoming subcutaneous on the medial side of the knee; it supplies cutaneous branches to the skin of the leg and foot, by way of infrapatellar and medial crural branches.
Synonym(s): nervus saphenus [TA] .
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