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Other Nerves

  • Philippe Rigoard
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Abstract

The iliohypogastric nerve is a mixed nerve and a collateral branch of the lumbar plexus. It takes charge of the sensitive innervation of the external genitalia and of the superomedial face of the thigh. It also takes charge of the motor innervation of the inferior part of the abdominal wall.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Philippe Rigoard
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  1. 1.Spine and Neuromodulation Functional Unit, Department of NeurosurgeryPoitiers University HospitalPoitiersFrance

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