Meralgia paresthetica is due to the involvement of the
|C||Lateral cutaneous nerve of thigh|
|D||Lateral peroneal nerve of leg|
Lateral cutaneous nerve of thigh
Meralgia - paresthetica - the lateral cutaneous nerve can be compressed as it runs through the inguinal ligament just medial to the ASIS. The patient complains of numbness, tingling or burning discomfort over the anterolateral aspect of the thigh. If the symptoms are trouble some the nerve can be released.