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What muscles make up the Quadriceps?
Rectus femoris, Vastus lateralis, vastus intermedius, and vastus medialis
Fibers from which muscle stabilize the patella?
Vastus Medialis
INN of the Quadricep muscles?
Femoral N.
Blood Supply to quadricep muscles?
Femoral Artery
Origin / Insertion of Sartorius?
ASIS ==> Medial surface of tibia
INN of Sartorius
Femoral Nerve
Action of sartorius
Flex, ABDuct, laterally rotate the thigh at the hip joint and flex the leg at the knee joint
Which is the only quadricep to cross the hip joint ?
Rectus femoris; it actually attaches up on the Iliac vs the rest that are at the trochanter / femur
Where is the insertion of the quadriceps?
for the most part they come together to form the quadriceps tendon which goes to the patella and patellar ligament to tibial tuberosity
INN of Psoas major
Anterior Rami of L1, L2, L3
what gives sensory INN to the medial leg?
the saphenous nerve (which is branch from the femoral)
What are the two main flexors of the femur? What is their origin /insertion?
Psoas Major and Iliacus; Psoas T12-L5 transverse processes, and Iliacus ala of the sacrum/iliac fossa, crest; the combine and insert as the iliopsoas on the lesser trochanter of the femur
What muscles make up the Medial Compartment of the thigh?
Gracilis, Pectineus, ADDuctor longs, ADDuctor brevis, ADDuctor Magnus, obturator externus
INN of ADDuctor Magnus?
2 nerves; main is obturator but part of muscle is in "hamstring" gorup which recieves tibial component of sciatic N.
What are rider bones?
ossificatoin of the ADDuctor tendons due to chronic irritation, inflammation
Origin / Insertion of ADDuctor Longus / Brevis?
Pubis => linea aspera (of femur)
INN of ADDUctor brevis / longs?
obturator
origin / insertion of pectineus?
pectineal line of pubis => femur inferior to lesser trochanter to linea aspera
INN of pectineus?
femoral N.
INN of the medial compartment?
Obturator N w/ exception of pectineus = femoral
damage to the obturator nerve would impair what lower limb movement?
ADDuction
what is Pes anserinus?
Goose foot = attachment of the sartorius, gracilis, and Semitendinosus tendons on the inferior medial side of knee joint on the tibia.
what supplies the anterior thigh?
the lateral circumflex femoral artery (which comes from the deep femoral which came from the femoral)
where is the femoral sheath located?
it is a funnel-shaped fascia tube that passes deep to the inguinal canal
Does the femoral Nerve pass within the femoral sheath?!
no it is lateral to the sheath
What are the compartments of the femoral sheath?
Femoral canal, femoral vein and femoral artery (medial to lateral)
what is inside the femoral canal?
It contains fat, lymph vessels, and nodes
What are the boundaries of the femoral triangle?
Inguinal Ligament (superior), ADDuctor longus (medial), and Sartorius (lateral) and fascia lata (Roof)
What are the contents of the femoral triangle?
Femoral N. and its branches, femoral sheath and its contents (femoral artery, vein, femoral canal)
What makes the floor of the femoral triangle?
(lateral to medial) iliacus, Psoas major, and pectineus
via catheterization the femoral ARTERY is used to reach what?
left side of the heart
via catheterization the femoral VEIN is used to reach what?
right side of the heart
Boundaries of Adductor Canal?
Vastus Medialis (laterally) Sartorius (medially / roof) and Adductor longus / Adductor Magnus (posterior)
Contents of Adductor canal?
femoraly artery and vein, saphenous nerve, nerve to vastus medialis muscle
Where / what is a Femoral Hernia?
is a loop of small intestines that protrudes (herniates) through the femoral canal; it occurs inferior to the inguinal ligament
What are the boundaries of the popliteal fossa?
semimembranosus, semitendinosus, gastrocnemius medial head, gastrocnemius lateral head, biceps femoris
contents of the popliteal fossa?
tibial nerve, popliteal vein (continuation of femoral), popliteal artery, common peroneal nerve (common fibular)
Muscles of lateral compartment of the leg?
Fibularis Longus and Brevis
Origin / Insertio of fibularis longus and brevis?
arise from the fibula, tendons run posterior to lateral malleolus ==> longus crosses and attaches to 1st metatarsal (in front of big toe) and brevis attaches to tuberosity on the base of the 5th metatarsal
INN of the lateral compartment?
Superficial fibular N.
Action of lateral compartment?
eversion of foot
Blood supply to the lateral compartment?
perforating branches of the anterior tibial artery proximally and from the fibular artery distally
Where is the common fibular nerve prone to injury?
it wraps itself around the head of the fibula, and is prone to injury there!
what does the common fibular nerve become?
superficial fibular nerve (which goes to lateral compartment) and the deep fibular nerve (which goes to anterior compartment)
muscles of the anterior leg compartment?
Tibialis anterior, extensor hallucis longus, extensor digitorum longus, fibularis (peroneus) tertius
INN of the anterior leg compartment muscles?
deep fibular nerve
which muscles it he most powerful dorsiflexor and everter of the foot?
tibialis anterior
what retinaculum restrains the tendons of the muscles of the anterior compartment of the leg?
the extensor retinacula
What forms the plantar arch of the foot (blood supply)?
it is an anastomoses between the lateral plantar artery (from posterior tibial) and dorsalis pedis (anterior tibial)
What would cause "foot drop"?
this would be due to injury to the common fibular nerve; because there is inability to dorsiflex and evert the foot.
what are the muscles of the superficial posterior leg compartment?
Gastrocnemius (medial + lateral heads), Soleus, and plantaris
INN of posterior leg compartment?
Tibial N.
what muscles are in the deep posterior compartment?
popiteus muscle, flexor digitorum longus, tibialis posterior, and flexor hallucis longus
what is the action of the popliteus muscle?
"unlocks" the knee via rotating the femur laterally on the fixed tibia
order of tendons, arteries and veins by the medial malleolus
"Tom, Dick, And Very Nervous Harry" Tibialis posterior, Flexor Digitorum longs, Posterior Tibial artery, Posterior tibial Vein, Tibial N, Flexor Hallucis longus (anteiror to posterior)
What are Varicose Veins?
caused by incompetent valves that put more presusre on the distal valves causing them to fail; more common in woman than men
What are the arches of the foot?
Medial and lateral longitudinal arches; as well as the transverse arch
what is the key stone of the medial longitudinal arch?
the talus
What is the key stone of the lateral arch?
cuboid bone
what are the different ligaments for the arches of the foot?
plantar calcaneonavicular (spring) ligament, short (calcaneocuboid) and long plantar ligaments; and plantar aponeurosis
What is Halux Valgus?
is the deviation of the great to laterally thus causing the head of 1st metatarsal to deviate medially
Avulsion fracture is most common fracture of 5th metatarsal; what tendon of muscle attaches here?
Tendont of fibularis brevis
What and where is the plantar aponeurosis?
it is the thickening of deep fascia in the sole of the foot; attaches to the calcaneus and passes up to the toes; it supporst the longitudinal arch and protects deeper structures
Plantar Fasciiatis?
inflammation of the plantar fascia; first step in morning is painful because yoru body was tryint to repair over night and you broke it first step
what is a "heel Spur"
it is a calcaneal spur
1st layer of the foot has what muscles?
ABDuctor hallucis, ABDuctor digiti minimi, and Flexor Digitorum Brevis
Cutaneous INN of 1/2 pinky toe, dorsum of foot? (lateral)
sural nerve
Cutaneous INN middle of foot dorsum?
Superficial fibular nerve
Cutaneous INN 1/2 bit toe and second toe dorsum?
deep fibular nerve
Cutaneous INN rest of foot (medial side)
Saphenous N.
Cutaneous INN of Heel?
Tibial Nerve
what muscles does the medial plantar Nerve INN? (kinda like median of hand)
flexor digitorum brevis, flexor hallucis brevis, ABDuctor hallucis, 1st lumbrical
what muscles does the lateral plantar nerve INN? (its like the ulnar of the hand)
it innervates the rest of the intrinsic muscles of the foot
what nerve can be compressed at the Tarsal Tunnel?
Tibial Nerve; can be pinched as it passes through the tarsal tunnel which is adjacent to the medial malleolus
what is the most common type of club foot?
Talipes Equinovarus; it is where the sole of the foot is turned medially and the foot is inverted
What is the reference point for food ADDuction / ABDuction
2nd digit