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Anatomic Variations of the Obturator Nerve in the Inguinal Region: Implications In Conventional and Ultrasound Regional Anesthesia Techniques
  1. Sofia Anagnostopoulou, PhD,
  2. Georgia Kostopanagiotou, PhD,,
  3. Tilemachos Paraskeuopoulos, MD,
  4. Christina Chantzi, MD§,
  5. Evangelos Lolis, MD and
  6. Theodosios Saranteas, PhD,
  1. From the Department of Anatomy, and the Department of Anesthesia and Intensive Care, School of Medicine, University of Athens;
  2. Department of Anesthesia and Intensive Care, Attikon Hospital; and the
  3. §Department of Anesthesia, General State Hospital of Athens, Athens, Greece.
  1. Address correspondence to: Theodosios Saranteas, PhD, 19 Karatza Str and Klemanso, 18534 Piraeus, Greece (e-mail: saranteas{at}ath.forthnet.gr).

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