Lower limb part 1
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what are the three bones that fuse together the coxal (hip) bone
ilium pubis and ischium
out the three fused hip bones which one is the largest?
greater sciatic notch on ilium allows passage for which nerve?
what is the most prominent feature on the ischium?
ischial tuberosity: part that meets the chair when you sit
large muscle attach to which part of the femur?
greater and lesser trochanters
the site for knee muscles to attach on the femur is the..?
medial and lateral epicondyles
the large hip muscles attach to where on the femur?
gluteal tuberosity and linea aspera
what is the largest sesamoid bone in the body?
patella increases leverage of which muscle?
which ligament is the tibial tuberosity an attachment site for?
which foot bone articulates with the tibia and fibula?
how many phalanges in the foot?
how many metatarsals in the foot?
what is another name for ankle joint?
what are the superficial veins of the lower limb?
- great saphenous vein
- small saphenous vein
what are the deep veins of the lower limb?
- profunda femoris
- anterior tibial
- posterior tibial
what does the femoral artery supply?
anterior and medial thigh
what does the profunda femoris artery supply?
muscles of medial posterior and anterior compartments
what does the lateral and medial circumflex femoral artery supply?
gluteal region, head and neck of femur
what does the popliteal artery supply?
knee, hamstrings and posterior compartment of leg
what does the anterior tibial artery supply?
anterior compartment of leg
what does the posterior tibial artery supply?
posterior compartment of leg
what does the fibular artery supply?
posterior and lateral compartment of leg
what are all the nerves of the lower limb?
- inferior gluteal
- superior gluteal
- common fibular
- superficial fibular
- deep fibular
which nerve has roots L2-L4 and supplies the anterior thigh?
which structures are in the femoral triangle?
- femoral nerve
- femoral artery
- femoral vein
- lymph nodes
which artery and vein does the adductor canal allow passage for?
what is the location of the adductor canal?
femoral triangle to the adductor hiatus in tendon of adductor magnus
where is the adductor hiatus located?
opening between the adductor and hamstring parts of adductor magnus
the adductor hiatus allows femoral artery and vein to pass from anterior compartment to _________
what vessels pass through the popliteal fossa?
- popliteal artery and vein
- small saphenous vein
- tibial and common fibular nerves
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