A report on Thigh and Great saphenous vein

Front and medial aspect of a male right thigh
The great saphenous vein and landmarks along its course
Front of thigh muscles from Gray's Anatomy of the human body from 1918.
Superficial veins draining into the great saphenous and femoral vein.
Back thigh muscles of the gluteal and posterior femoral regions from Gray's Anatomy of the human body from 1918.
Superficial veins of lower limb. Superficial dissection. Anterior view.
Cross-section through the middle of the thigh.
Great saphenous vein. Deep dissection. Anterior view.
Also showing major blood vessels and nerves.
Illustration depicting veins of the leg including great saphenous vein (anterior view).
Cross-section through the middle of the thigh.
The Obturator externus

It is the longest vein in the body, running along the length of the lower limb, returning blood from the foot, leg and thigh to the deep femoral vein at the femoral triangle.

- Great saphenous vein

The venae perfortantes connect the deep and the superficial system, which consists of the saphenous veins (the site of varicose veins).

- Thigh
Front and medial aspect of a male right thigh

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Lateral aspect of right leg

Human leg

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Lateral aspect of right leg
Comparison between human and gorilla skeletons. (Gorilla in non-natural stretched posture.)
Bones of the leg
Muscles of the hip
Hip adductors
Anterior muscles
Veins of the leg
Mountaineers have heightened risk for serious leg injuries. This is generally due to the lack of medical help in mountainous areas, as well as movement impairment restricting access to other medical services.
Surface anatomy of human leg
Muscles of the gluteal and posterior femoral regions
Small saphenous vein and its tributaries
The popliteal, posterior tibial, and peroneal arteries
Nerves of the right lower extremity, posterior view
Leg bones

The human leg, in the general word sense, is the entire lower limb of the human body, including the foot, thigh and even the hip or gluteal region.

Great saphenous vein