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Journal of Anesthesia & Pain Medicine
The adductor canal is an aponeurotic tunnel that courses between the anterior and medial compartments in the middle third of the thigh. The canal begins at the apex of the femoral triangle and extends to the adductor hiatus. Its major contents are the superficial femoral artery, the nerve to vastus medialis, and the saphenous nerve. The latter two nerves are branches of the posterior division of the femoral nerve. Along with the medial and intermediate cutaneous nerves of the thigh and thedoi:10.33140/japm/03/01/00004 fatcat:ijsee5jdu5gepe53zqiankoicy