Legs

  • Inguinal region. Inner region of upper thigh; part of the musculature of the pubic bones. May cause loss of consciousness due to trauma to underlying artery and nerve, as well as to the closing nerve, causing an unusual type of pain in the hip and abdomen that produces loss of motor function.
  • Lateral lower thigh. Middle part of Lateral vastus muscle. May cause loss of consciousness due to cramping of the muscle in the thigh, leading to pain in the lower abdomen and loss of motor function in leg.
  • Medial malleous. Point just below medialtuberosity of the tibia. This term usually indicates the inside surface of ankle. An attack will be to used to the medial surface of the tarsal bone just below ankle. May cause loss of consciousness due to trauma to tibial artery, causing an unusual type of pain in the hip area that may lead to loss of motor function.
  • Top, lateral part of foot. Just below heads of the fourth and fifth metatarsals. May cause loss of consciousness due to trauma to tibial artery, causing an unusual type of pain in the hip area that may lead to loss of motor function.
  • Middle of fibula. An attack to this point produces trauma to the fibular nerve, causing severe pain and loss of upright posture. 
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