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Figure C–1
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Motor and sensory levels of the spinal cord.

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Figure C–4
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Segmental innervation of the right upper extremity, anterior view.

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Figure C–5
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Segmental innervation of the right upper extremity, posterior view.

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Figure C–6
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Musculocutaneous (C5, 6) and axillary (C5, 6) nerves.

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Figure C–11
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The femoral (L2–4) and obturator (L2–4) nerves.

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Figure C–13
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Segmental innervation of the right lower extremity, anterior view. Note the similarity between dermatomes (on left) and myotomes (on right).

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Figure C–14
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Segmental innervation of the right lower extremity, posterior view.

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Figure C–15
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The sciatic nerve (L4, 5; S1–3).

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Figure C–16
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The common peroneal nerve (L4, 5; S1, 2).

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Figure C–17
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The tibial nerve (L4, 5; S1–3).

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Figure C–18
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The pudendal and coccygeal plexuses.

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