femoral nerve

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femoral nerve

[¦fem·ə·rəl ′nərv]
(neuroscience)
A mixed nerve of the leg; the motor portion innervates muscles of the thigh, and the sensory portion innervates portions of the skin of the thigh, leg, hip, and knee.
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