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Common peroneal injury
L4-S2; loss of dorsiflexion (foot drop); deep peroneal nerve innervates anterior compartment; superficial peroneal N innervates lateral compartment
Tibial injury
L4-S3; loss of plantar flexion; tibial nerve innervates posterior compartment
Femoral injury
L2-L4; loss of knee extension/knee jerk
Obturator injury
L2-L4; loss of hip adduction
femoral function
knee extenion and hip flexion
obturator function
hip adduction and knee flexion
deep peroneal nerve
foot eversion, foot dorsiflexion
superficial peroneal nerve
foot eversion
superior gluteal nerve
hip abduction, medial thigh rotation
inferior gluteal nerve
hip extension, lateral thigh rotation
sciatic nerve
hip extenders, knee flexors, hip adduction (hamstrings)
sacral plexus
lateral thigh rotators
tibial n
plantarflexion, unlocking of knee, toe flexion, inversion of foot
radial N
the great extender, provides innervation of brachiorad, extensors of wrist and fingers, supinator and triceps
injury: wrist drop
thenar muscles
opponens pollicis, abductor pollicis brevis, flexor pollicis brevis
hypothenar muscles
opponens digiti minimi, abd digiti minimi, flexor digiti minimi
pudendal block
"saddle block"
ischeal spine
appendix
2/3 of way from umbilicus to anterior superior iliac spine (McBurney's pt)
LP
L4
C2
posterior half of skull cap
C3
high turtleneck shirt
C4
low collar shirt
T4
nipple
teat pore
T7
xiphoid process
T10
umbilicus, belly butTEN
L1
inguinal ligament
L4
knee (down on all fours)
S2, S3, S4
erection, sensation of penile and anal zones
biceps reflex
C5
triceps reflex
C7
patella reflex
L4
achilles reflex
S1
babinski
large toe dorsiflexes with plantar stimulation
sign of UMN lesion
palmar reflex
grasps objects in palm
rooting reflex
nipple seeking
moro reflex
extension of limbs when startled