Lower Limb Nerve Anatomy Chart - Anterior
Designed and published exclusively by Chartex.
The Chartex Lower Limb Nervous System Chart illustrates, explains and identifies the anatomy of the major nerves of the Lower Limb from the anterior aspect showing which muscles each nerve innervates.
The Lumbar Plexus is shown and the nerves that arise from the Lumbar Vertebrae L1 to L5 are identified. Major nerves such as the Femoral nerve, Common Peroneal, Deep Peroneal nerves, Obturator nerve and others, have information about where the nerve arises and which muscles are suplied.
The Hand Drawn images on these charts were originally commissioned by Chartex prior to the 'Digital Age’. Optionally PVC Laminated for durability and hygiene.
Designed as a useful reference resource and training aid for Medical Practices, Physiotherapists, Occupational Therapists, Hospitals and Medical Institutions and as an learning tool for Anatomy Students and a practical visual aid for explaining nerve related problems to patients.
- Chartex Product ID: 0305B
- Size: A2 (60cm x 42cm) A3 (42cm x 30cm)
- Charts sent 'ROLLED' in postal tube