Medical Definition of Hunter's canal

1. The space in middle third of the thigh between the vastus medialis and adductor muscles, converted into a canal by the overlying sartorius muscle. It gives passage to the femoral vessels and saphenous nerve, ending at the adductor hiatus. Synonym: canalis adductorius, Hunter's canal, subsartorial canal. (05 Mar 2000)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hunter's Canal

Hunnemannia
Hunner's stricture
Hunner's ulcer
Huns
Hunsrik
Hunt
Hunt's atrophy
Hunt's neuralgia
Hunt's paradoxical phenomenon
Hunt's syndrome
Huntaway
Huntaways
Hunter
Hunter's bend
Hunter's bends
Hunter's canal
Hunter's glossitis
Hunter's gubernaculum
Hunter's ligament
Hunter's line
Hunter's membrane
Hunter's operation
Hunter's syndrome
Hunter-Schreger bands
Hunter-Schreger lines
Hunter and Driffield curve
Hunter syndrome
Hunterian
Huntingdon elm
Huntingdon willow

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