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femoral artery injury

The femoral artery starts from the external iliac artery and extends from the midpoint of the groin to the inferior adductor hiatus and extends to the popliteal artery; in this process, the main trunk of the deep femoral artery separates the lateral femoral circumflex artery and the medial femoral circumflex artery and the perforating artery. In addition to penetrating injuries in wartime, the femoral (superficial) artery is more common due to sharp stab wounds or other sharp objects when the femoral shaft fractures,...

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