Saphenous Nerve Block (Landmark, Ultrasound-Guided Method)
The saphenous nerve is the longest branch of the femoral nerve, which runs down the lower leg inward from the medial thigh
and that is a purely sensory nerve, and it is possible to manage pain of the inner surface of the lower leg using a saphenous nerve block.
KeywordsSaphenous nerve Approach through the sartorius muscle Parasaphena approach
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