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International Journal of Morphology

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MEDEIROS-DO-NASCIMENTO, Renata; ALVES-PEREIRA, Jorge Luiz; ROCHA-BARBOSA, Oscar  y  ABIDU- FIGUEIREDO, Marcelo. Origin and Antimeric Distribution of the Femoral Nerves in New Zealand Rabbits. Int. J. Morphol. [online]. 2015, vol.33, n.2, pp.632-637. ISSN 0717-9502.  http://dx.doi.org/10.4067/S0717-95022015000200035.

The origin and distribution of the femoral nerves in both antimeres were studied in 30 New Zealand rabbits (15 males and 15 females). The specimens were collected after natural death and fixed with 10% formaldehyde solution. In males, the femoral nerve originated from the ventral branches of the fourth, sixth and seventh lumbar spinal nerves in seven animals (46.67%), in two animals (13.33%) from the ventral branches of the fifth and sixth lumbar spinal nerves, in one animal (6.67%) from the ventral branch of the fifth lumbar spinal nerve, in three animals (20%) from the ventral branches of the fifth, sixth and seventh lumbar spinal nerves, in one animal (6.67%) from the ventral branches of the fourth and fifth lumbar spinal nerves, and in one animal (6.67%) from the ventral branches of the fifth and seventh lumbar spinal nerves. In females, the femoral nerve originated from the ventral branches of the fourth, sixth and seventh lumbar spinal nerves in four animals (26.67%), in two cases (13.33%) from the ventral branches of the fifth and sixth lumbar spinal nerves, in one animal (6.67%) from the ventral branch of the fifth lumbar spinal nerve, in three animals (20%) from the ventral branches of the sixth and seventh lumbar spinal nerves, in four animals (26.67%) from the ventral branches of the fifth, sixth and seventh lumbar spinal nerves and in one animal (6.67%) from the ventral branches of the fourth and seventhlumbar spinal nerves. In all animals the femoral nerves were distributed in different branches to the major and minor psoas, femoral quadriceps, sartorius and pectinius muscles.

Palabras clave : New Zealand rabbits; Femoral nerves; Variation; Oryctolagus cuniculus; Lagomorpha.

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