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The SN originated from the union between the MSCN and LSCN in 51 legs (52.0 %) (Fig.
This study showed that the SN originated from the union between the MSCN and LSCN in more than half of the legs.
MSCN medial sural cutaneous nerve, LSCN lateral sural cutaneous nerve, SSV small saphenous vein, CT calcaneal tendon, IML intermalleolar line, MM medial malleolus, LM lateral malleolus.
The present study also determined the direction in which the MSCN and LSCN branched out.
(2005) reported that the LSCN and MSCN were absent in 16.7% and 6.7% of specimens, respectively.
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