The external iliac a. transitions to the femoral a. at the level of the __________
The external iliac a. transitions to the femoral a. at the level of the vascular lacuna
What is the cranial border of the femoral triangle?
caudal part of sartorius m.
What is the caudal border of the femoral triangle?
What is the proximal border of the femoral triangle?
The femoral a. transitions to popliteal a. at the level of the stifle, after ___________ branches off.
The femoral a. transitions to popliteal a. at the level of the stifle, after distal caudal femoral a. branches off.
At the level of the pes, which artery can be used for pulse evaluation in the canine?
dorsal pedal a.
Which branch of the lateral saphenous vein is more clinically relevant: cranial or caudal? Why?
The cranial branch is more clinically relevant. It is often used for venipuncture in dogs.
Which pelvic limb vein is most often used for venipuncture in cats?
medial saphenous v.
Which two bony landmarks does the sciatic nerve run between?
tuber ischii & greater trochanter
Laceration/trauma of the sciatic nerve would likely lead to which clinical signs?
inability to flex the stifle & inability to extend the hip
What is the principal source of blood to the front paw in the canine?
Which artery passes through the carpal canal with the DDF to supply the palmar surface of the paw?
The main blood supply to the distal equine thoracic limb is the __________
The main blood supply to the digit of the equine thoracic limb is the _____________.
medial palmar artery
What is the parent artery to the internal pudendal a.?
internal iliac a.
Which nerve innervates the extensor carpi radialis?
Which artery provides blood supply to the medial stifle?
descending genicular a.
Which nerve(s) provide sensory innervation to the equine dorsal metatarsus?
medial & lateral dorsal metatarsal nerves
If the median nerve is cut in a dog, what action would be lost?
wouldn't be able to flex the carpus