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Fig. 2

From: Anatomical variation in bifurcation and trifurcations of sciatic nerve and its clinical implications: in selected university in Ethiopia

Fig. 2

Photograph of the dissected female cadaver of the left gluteal region and back of the thigh showing high bifurcation of the left sciatic nerve (SN) by 2 cm below the lower border of Piriformis muscle (PM). The nerve is divided into the tibial nerve (TN) and comm on peroneal nerve (CPN). QF quadratus femoris muscle, SG superior gemellus muscle, IG inferior gemellus muscle

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