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Lateral femoral cutaneous neuropathy

Lateral femoral cutaneous neuropathy, also known as sensory abnormal femoral pain. The lateral femoral cutaneous nerve passes through the lower part of the inguinal ligament and passes through the fascia lata of the thigh 10 cm below the anterior superior iliac spine. It causes abnormal sensation or pain in its distribution area due to compression or trauma, local hypersensitivity or hypoesthesia. It often presents a chronic course of disease. The treatment can be treated with analgesic, phenytoin sodium, carbamazepine or local blocking. When it is ineffective, neurolysis can be performed.

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