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Anatomy of the Lower Extremity - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
 
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Anatomy of the Lower Extremity
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Anatomy of the Lower Extremity - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
This stock medical exhibit accurately depicts the anatomy of the lower extremity from an anterior and posterior view. Labels include the femoral nerve, saphenous nerve, tibialis anterior muscle, dorsal digital nerves, extensor digitorum brevis muscles, the superficial, deep and common peroneal nerves, the peroneus longus muscle, the medial and lateral sural cutaneous nerves, sural nerve, gastrocnemius muscle, tibial nerve and sciatic nerve.

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