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Describe the cutaneous innervation of the gluteal region.
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Describe the arterial supply and venous drainage of the gluteal region.
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Explain how the hip abductor muscles function during gait.
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Describe and explain safe and unsafe areas for gluteal intramuscular injections.
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Differentiate between a Trendelenburg Sign and a Trendelenburg Test.
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Explain a “waddling gait” and which anatomical problems may cause it.
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Describe the cutaneous innervation of the thigh.
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Describe the general attachments of the fascia lata and the iliotibial tract (band).
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Describe the cutaneous innervation of the thigh.
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Describe the arterial supply and the venous and lymphatic drainage of the thigh.
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Describe the blood supply of the hip joint and the clinical implications of its changing blood supply with age.
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Describe the clinical significance of intracapsular versus extracapsular fracture of the femoral neck.
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Describe the boundaries of the femoral triangle, the adductor canal and the relationship of their contents.
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Describe the structures in the femoral sheath and their relationship to one another.
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Describe the lymphatic drainage into superficial and deep inguinal lymph nodes.
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Describe the course of a femoral hernia and how it differs from an inguinal hernia.
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Describe the consequence of nerve lesions of the lumbosacral plexus on lower limb function and sensation.
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List areas for examination in male and female with enlarged inguinal lymph nodes.
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Determine which nodes will first receive lymph drainage from a testicular carcinoma, and how this differs from drainage from an infected scrotum.
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Describe the nerve impingements and their consequences resulting from lumbosacral disc hernations.
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Describe the cutaneous innervation of the leg.
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List the boundaries and the contents of the popliteal fossa.
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Describe the crural fascia.
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Describe the patellar tendon reflex.
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Describe the blood supply of the knee joint.
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Describe the arterial supply and the venous and the lymphatic drainage of the leg.
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Describe the significance of the prepatellar, suprapatellar and infrapatellar bursae.
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Describe the function of the anterior and posterior cruciate ligaments.
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Describe a “Baker’s cyst”.
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List the nerves involved in the patellar tendon reflex.
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Describe the “unhappy triad” of knee joint injuries.
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Describe the anterior and posterior draw signs and the ligament each is testing.
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Explain the result of damage to the common fibular nerve at the neck of the fibula.
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Explain the consequence of a lesion of the superficial and deep fibular nerves just distal to their origin.
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Explain the consequence of a lesion of the tibial nerve in the popliteal fossa.
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Describe the consequence of anterior compartment syndrome.
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Describe the development of varicose veins.
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Describe the cutaneous innervation of the foot.
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Describe the innervation and actions of the muscles in the sole of the foot.
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Describe the cutaneous innervation of the foot.
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Describe the innervation and actions of the muscles in the sole of the foot.
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Describe the blood supply and venous and lymphatic drainage of the foot.
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List the muscles that function during dorsiflexion, plantarflexion, inversion, eversion.
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List the two ligaments most commonly damaged during an inversion sprain.
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Describe hallux valgus and hallux varus.
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Describe the tarsal tunnel and its contents.
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Describe congenital talipes (clubfoot), amelia/meromelia, cutaneous syndactyly, osseous syndactyly, brachydactyly, polydactyly, ectrodactyly and limb deformities caused by amniotic bands.
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