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BOF: 175

A patient presents with wasting of the quadriceps, weakness of knee extension, loss of the knee jerk and sensory impairment over the front of the thigh and over the subcutaneous surface of the tibia. This is due to a lesion of the:

a)      Femoral nerve

b)      Obturator nerve

c)      Sciatic nerve

d)      Lumbosacral plexus

e)      Tibial nerve

 

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