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Popliteal Nerve Block Distal Sciatic

Ultrasound Popliteal Fossa

This is a peripheral nerve block of the sciatic nerve performed more distal in the leg proximal to the popliteal crease. With the patient in the supine or prone position, the ultrasound probe is placed to scan in the transverse plane on the posterior surface of the popliteal fossa 5 cm or more proximal to the popliteal flexion crease of the knee (Fig. 21.11a). Subtle inclination of the ultrasound probe in the caudad or cephalad direction may be needed to produce ideal visualization of the nearly round, hyperechoic sciatic nerve or sciatic nerve components (Fig. 21.11b) (within this proximity of the popliteal crease, the sciatic nerve will often take on the appearance of separate tibial and common peroneal nerve branches). The sciatic nerve is surrounded by a large amount of fat, and, laterally, the typical muscular pattern of the biceps femoris can be recognized with its medial surface concave toward the nerve. Medial to the nerve, the muscle tendon of the semimembranosus is...

Sciatic Nerve Block Proximal

Ischial Tuberosity Ultrasound

The sciatic nerve is the largest nerve in the human body. It is composed of the tibial and peroneal segments and is derived from L4-S3 anterior rami. The sciatic nerve runs through the greater sciatic foramen to the gluteal region deep to gluteus maximus muscle. Most of the conventional approaches for sciatic nerve blockade at this level are relatively deep and therefore not attractive for ultrasonography in much of the adult surgical population. Once the sciatic nerve enters the dorsal side of the thigh between the caudal border of the gluteus maximus and the biceps muscles, its position is more superficial, appears as an oval or flat hyperechoic structure, is more easily seen with current ultrasound technology, and is an easier block to perform under ultrasound guidance. Posterior cutaneous nerve of the thigh is in a medial position relative to the sciatic nerve at the subgluteal level. Distally, the sciatic nerve components (tibial and common peroneal) run between the...

Sciatic Nerve Block

Posterior Approach Sciatic Block

Biceps femoris and ischial head of adductor magnus muscle Figure 20.8 Posterior anatomical landmarks for the classical approach (Labat's) to the sciatic nerve block. The greater trochanter (GT) is identified as 1 and a straight line is drawn from the midpoint of the GT (1) to the posterior superior iliac spine (3). A 4-5 cm long second line is drawn caudomedially perpendicular to the midpoint between these two landmarks (1 and 3) and will serve as the needle insertion site (X). Another line is drawn connecting the midpoint of the GT (1) to the sacral hiatus which should bisect the X (needle insertion site) and serve as a cross-check for proper needle insertion. The dashed line (2) represents the furrow formed between the long head of the biceps femorus muscle and the medial edge of the gluteus maximus muscle. This dashed line (2) represents the course of the sciatic nerve toward the leg and should intersect at the needle insertion site (X) serving as another cross-check for proper...

31 Days To Bigger Arms

31 Days To Bigger Arms

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