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In the gluteal region, gluteus _____ is the deepest muscle and contacts the hip joint capsule.
Many lower limb muscles function to prevent or slow the movements that are _________ to the anatomical actions.
The borders of the femoral triangle include the sartorius muscle, adductor longus muscle, and ________ ligament
_______ and pubic tubercle are in the same coronal plane.
The femoral sheath surrounds the artery, vein and _________
Deep inguinal nodes are ____ to the inguinal ligament in the thigh.
External iliac nodes are ______ to the inguinal ligament in the abdominopelvic cavity.
External iliac artery is in the _______ cavity.
L2: hip ______ (iliopsoas, rectus femoris)
L3: leg _____ (quadriceps femoris)
L4: foot ______(tibialis anterior)
Obturator nerve supplies ______ compartment muscles.
Piriform: ______ shaped
The sciatic nerve had tibial and common ______ parts.
Cutaneous branches of the sciatic nerve start at the _______.
Anterior compartment of the leg contains this nerve.
Lateral compartment of the leg contains this nerve.
Deep posterior compartment of the leg contains this nerve.
The superficial posterior compartment of the leg contains this nerve.
Name a symptom or sign of acute arterial occlusion (five Ps)
Name a tendon that goes around the medial malleolus (Tom, Dick and Harry)
The ______ digit is the central ray of the foot.
Name the muscles in the first of four muscle layers of the foot.
Name the muscles in the second layer that are associated with long tendons.
Name the muscles in the third layer: deep to long tendons and neurovascular bundles.
The fourth layer include the ______ and dorsal interossei that are hard to dissect.
Plantar and dorsal interossei are arranged around the ______ ray.
The tendon of long head of biceps brachii is ___________
Separation of the scapula from the clavicle: Type I is _______ligament damage
Separation of the scapula from the clavicle: Type II is _______ligament damage
Separation of the scapula from the clavicle: Type III is _______ligament rupture
_________ ligament of the elbow allows supination and pronation while holding the bones together.
Q-angle brings the knee close to the _____ of the body.
Q-angle can make the ______ pull the patella laterally
The large lateral epicondyle resists the ______ pull.
Vastus medialis oblique (VMO) pulls the patella _______
_______ collateral ligament: fully external, cord-like
______ collateral ligament: applied directly to joint capsule, flat
Anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) runs _______ from posterior to anterior
The deltoid ligament is _____ on the medial side.
The anterior talofibular ligament is often _______.
Name one of the four bones of the midtarsal joint.
Subtalar joint allows movement between the talus and ______
Interosseous talocalcaneal ligament limits _______ joint movement
The ____ of the talus is the 'keystone' of the medial arch
Name one of the ligaments on the plantar side.
Hallux valgus deformity is an osteoarthritis called ________
Hamstring muscle with an intertendon that looks like a fraction bar. Distal 'half' of its length is a round tendon.
Medial Femoral Circumflex artery is between the psoas and ________ to encircle the femoral neck
_____ _______ artery is between the pectineus and adductor longus to run anterior to adductor magnus.
Profunda femoris artery is on the anterior surface of adductor _____
Nerve root: Obturator nerve
Nerve root: Femoral nerve
Nerve root: Common fibular nerve
Nerve root: Tibial nerve
Obturator nerve is more anterior to _______ nerve at their roots.
Muscle that fans from the femur to tibia from lateral to medial.
Late sign of compartment syndrome
________ bone: much of the femoral neck inside the joint capsule.
_______ dislocation of the glenohumeral joint is more common than posterior.
Genu _____: increased medial load.
Genu _____: increased lateral load.
______ meniscus are more vulnerable to traumatic injury.
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