I. Inner Aspect Of Thigh And Leg

1. Os innominaturn.

2. Gracilis.

3. Rectus fernoris.

4. Vastus in tenuis.

5. Sartorius.

6. Popliteus.

7. Flexor metatarsi.

8. Extensor pedis.

9. Flexor pedis perforans. 10. Flexor pedis accessorius.

11. Gracilis.

12. Seniitendiuosus.

13. Semimembranosus.

14. Adductor parvus.

15. Pectineus.

16. Adductor magnus.

A. Branch of obturator nerve.

B. Branch of deep femoral artery.

C. Femoral artery.

D. Bifurcation of posterior tibial nerve into internal and external plantar nerve.

e. Anterior crural nerve.

F. Branch of femoral artery to quadriceps.

G. Deep femoral artery, II. Prepubic artery.

II. Outer Aspect Of Hind-Limb

1. Anterior tibial artery.

2. Large metatarsal artery.

3. Internal metatarsal vein.

4. Coronary plexus.

5. Digital vein.

6. Digital artery.

7. Perpendicular artery.

8. Large metatarsal bone. 1). Small metatarsal bone.

A. Flexor metatarsi.

B. Extensor pedis, c. Extensor brevis.

D. Lumbricalis.

E, Flexor pedis perforans.

F. Flexor pedis perforatus. G. Gastrocnemius.

h. Flexor pedis.

I. Peroneus.

NERVES, ARTERIES, AND MUSCLES OF THE LIMBS   II.

NERVES, ARTERIES, AND MUSCLES OF THE LIMBS - II.

I. Inner Aspect of Thigh and Leg. II. Outer Aspect of Hind Limb.

4. Nerve to the Subscapularis.

5. Nerves to Serratus Magnus and Levator Scapulae.

6. The Circumflex Nerve.

7. Nerves to Teres Major and Latissimus Dorsi.

8. The Musculo-spiral Nerve.

9. The Median Nerve (two roots).

10. The Ulnar Nerve.

11. The Subcutaneous Thoracic Nerve.