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Which bones are associated with the thigh? The crus?
The pelvis and femur
The tibia and fibula
Name the articulations at A, B, and C
A - sacroiliac jt.
B - Coxofemoral jt.
C - Femorotibial jt.
Femoropatellar jt.
Proximal tibiofibular jt.
Name the articulations occurring at D:
Distal tibiofibular jt.
Tarsocrural jt.
Proximal intertarsal jt.
Distal intertarsal jt.
Intratarsal jts.
Tarsometatarsal jt.
What are the borders of the pelvic inlet?
Dorsal - sacral promontory
Lateral - arcuate lines
Ventral - pectin pubis
What are the borders of the pelvic outlet?
Dorsal - Ca1 vertebra
Lateral - superficial gluteal mm., muscles of the pelvic diaphragm and sacrotuberous ligament
Ventral - ischiatic arch
ID this
A - Arcuate line
B - Cranial dorsal iliac spine
C - Iliac crest
D - Cranial ventral iliac spine
E - Caudal dorsal iliac spine
F - Auricular surface
A - Sacropelvic surface (Wing of ilium)
B - Greater ischiatic notch
C - Ischiatic spine
D - Lesser ischiatic notch
E - Iliopubic eminence
A - Pecten
B - Pubic tubercle
C - Obturator foramen
D - Ischiatic tuberosity
A - Pecten
B - Pubic tubercle
C - Obturator foramen
D - Ischiatic tuberosity
A - Body of ilium
B - Pectin
C - Gluteal surface
D - Ischeatic arch
A - Pubic tubercle
B - Caudal ventral iliac spine
C - Acetabulum
D - Ischiatic tuberosity
E - Pelvic symphasis
A - Tuber sacrale
B - Tuber coxae
ID these bones of the pelvis
A - Ilium
B - Ishium
C - Pubis
D - Acetabular bone
ID the notch indicated by A
What surface is indicated by B?
What is the entire thingy called?
What is the rough part inside called and what attaches here?
A - Acetabular notch
B - Articular (lunar) surface
C - Acetabulum
Acetabular fossa; round lig of femur
What are the joint articulations of the sacroiliac joint and what are types of cartilage are involved?
Hyaline cartilage on the auricular surfaces
Fibrocartilage unites wings of sacrum and ilium
ID these ligaments of the sacroiliac joint.
A - Ventral sacroiliac lig.
B - Dorsal sacroiliac lig.
C - Articularis coxae m.
D - Ligament of the femoral head
E - Sacrotuberous lig.
A - Head
B - Lesser trochanter
C - Medial trochlear ridge
D - Supracondylar tuberosities (lateral and medial)
E - Lesser trochanter
A - Greater trochanter
B - Neck
C - Intertrochanteric crest
D - Body
E - Trochlea (patellar surface)
ID these regions.
A - Fovea capitis femoris
B - Third trochanter
C - Fabellae
D - Intercondylar fossa
A - Trochanteric fossa
B - Lateral condyle
C - Medial condyle
D - Popliteal surface
E - Lateral epicondyle
F - Medial epicondyle
A - Third trochanter
B - Extensor fossa
C - Medial supracondylar tuberosity
D - Greater trochanter
What are the two main ligaments of the coxofemoral joint? What ligament traverses the acetabular notch?
Ligament of femoral head and the ileofemoral ligament
Acetabular ligament traverses the acetabular notch
A - Body of L7
B - Iliac bone
C - Ca1
D - Pubis
E - Lesser trochanter
F - Ishium
G - Body of femur
A - Sacroiliac joint
B - Sacrum
C - Head of femur
D - Acetabulum
E - Greater trochanter
F - Neck of femur
A - Medial condyle
B - Cranial border (Tibial crest)
C - Medial malleolus
D - Fibula
E - Tibia
F - Popliteal notch
G - Caudal intercondylar area
A - Lateral condyle
B - Intercondylar eminence
C - Head of fibula
D - Tibial tuberosity
E - Lateral malleolus
F - Cranial intercondylar area
A - Popliteal sesamoid
B - Popliteal notch
C - Tibial tuberosity
D - Medial malleolus
A - Femur
B - Fabellae
C - Intercondylar area (eminence)
D - Fibula
ID this shiz.
How old do you think this dog might be?
A - Patella
B - Epiphyseal plate
C - Trochlea of femur
D - Tibial tuberosity
Between 9 wks and 1 year (patella appears at 9 wks and Distal femoral epiphyseal plate is closed by 12 months)
A - Calcaneus
B - Tuber calcanei
C - Talus
D - Trochlea
E - Tarsal bone IV
F - Tarsal bone III
ID these bones of the tarsus.
What is the digit attached to B called?
A - Sustentaculum tali
B - Tarsal bone I
C - Tarsal bone II
D - Central tarsal bone
E - Metatarsal II
F - Metatarsal V
Hallux (dewclaw)
A - Tibia
B - Tuber calcanei of calcaneus bone
C - Body of talus
D - Sustentaculum tali
E - Tarsal bone IV
When does the pelvic symphysis close in a dog?
Between 2.5 and 6 years
Which physes should be closed in a 1 year old dog?
Everything except the iliac crest, possibly the tuber ischiaticum and the pelvic symphysis
Which femoral physes are open at 12 months?
Minor trochanter