[Anatomy] The Lower Limb Quizzes – Part 2 (20 questions)

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[Anatomy] The Lower Limb Quizzes – Part 2 (20 questions)
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All of the following statements concerning the adductor canal are correct EXCEPT

The adductor canal (Hunter’s canal) is approximately 15 cm long and is a narrow fascial tunnel in the thigh running from the apex of the femoral triangle to the adductor hiatus in the tendon of the adductor magnus. Located deep or posterior to the middle third of the sartorius, the adductor canal provides an intermuscular passage through which the femoral vessels pass to reach the popliteal fossa. The contents of the adductor canal include the femoral vessels, saphenous nerve, and nerve to the vastus medialis



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