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Research Article

Study of Sural Nerve Complex in Human Cadavers

Table 2

Presence or absence of the medial and lateral sural cutaneous nerve.

AuthorNumber of casesMSCN presentMSCN absentLSCN presentLSCN absent

Bardeeen (1907) [8] 76100%100%
William (1954) [3] 25799.4%0.4%
Huelke (1958) [5] 198100%78%22%
Ortiguela et al. (1987) [6] 20100%95%5%
Coert and Dellon (1994) [15] 50100%96%4%
Uluutku et al. (2000) [7] 40100%100%
Mestdagh et al. (2001) [11] 3797.2%2.7%70.2%29.7%
Mahakkanukrauh and
Chomsung (2002) [16]
76100%
Ugrenovic et al. (2005) [12] 100100%
Aktan Ikiz et al. (2005) [14] 3093.4%6.7%83.3%16.7%
Sekiya et al. (2006) [20] 31100%
Pyun and Kwon (2008) [17] 26100%
Our study100100%80%20%

MSCN: medial sural cutaneous nerve; LSCN: lateral sural cutaneous nerve.

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