Lower Limb & Back Question

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Lower Limb & Back Question
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Unit 3 Postbac
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  1. Bones of Back: ______________ _______________
    There are 3 types of bones
    • Vertebrae Column
    • 1) Moveable presacral vet. Cervical (7), Thoracic (12) Lumbar (5)
    • 2) Sacral (5 fused vet)
    • 3) Coccyx (4 fused vet)
  2. pedicle of vertebrae
    a bridge of bone extending from the posterior aspect of the body
  3. lamina of vertebra
    is a flat plate of bone extending from the pedicle
  4. vertebral arch
    • lies posterior to the body
    • formed by two pedicles & two laminae
  5. Iliotibial tract
    • fasicia lata is greatly thickened on the lateral side of thigh
    • tract extends from the iliac crest superiorly to the lateral condyle of the tibia
    • insertion for Glut max & Tensor Fasicia Lata
    • help in maintian posture & locomotion
  6. Saphenous Opening
    • gap in the fasicia lata
    • anterior superior part of thigh
    • anterior to Femoral Vein
    • transmit Greater Saphenous vein which join deep femoral vein
    • Lateral margin- Falicform margin
    • loose CT- crifiborm fascia
  7. Bones involved in back muscle attachments
    • 1) Occiptal bone
    • 2) Vertebrae ( CTL)- Spine process &/or Tranverse process
    • 3) Clavicle
    • 4) Scapula - medial border, acromion, spine
    • 5) humerous - intertubercular groove
    • 6) hip bone - iliac crest
  8. Function of lower limb
    • support of wieght
    • locomotion
  9. What passes through the Lesser Sciatic Foramen?
    • Obturator Internus
    • Pudendal N
    • Internal Pudendal vessels
    • N to Obturator Internus & Superior Gemellus
  10. What passes through the Greater Sciatic Foramen?
    • Piriformis
    • Superior Gluteal N & vessels
    • Inferior Gluteal N & vessels
    • Pudendal N
    • Internal Pudendal vessel
    • N to Obturator Internus & Superior Gemellus
    • Sciatic N
    • Posterior Femoral Cutaneous N
    • N to Quadratus Femoris & Inferior Gemellus
  11. What passes through both Greater & Lesser Sciatic Foramen?
    • Pudendal N
    • Internal Pudendal vessel
    • N to Obturator Internus & Superior Gemellus
  12. Hamstrings
    • Posterior Femoral Muscles name
    • Consist of
    • Semitendonosus
    • Semimembranosus
    • Bicep Fermoris
  13. Pes Anserina means __________ Consist of __________
    • Goose (Anserina) Foot (Pes)
    • Sartorius
    • Gracilis
    • Semitendenosus
    • "Say Grace Before Tea"

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