Flashcards in FOOT Deck (19):
What 3 bones does the Navicular bone touch?
The cuboid bone is in contact with what bones?
4th and 5th metatarsals
What is the order of muscles from medial anterior to lateral? (from the medial malleolus)
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1. Tibialis Anterior
2. Extensor Hallucis Longus
3. Anterior Tibial A. (becomes Dorsalis Pedis)
4. Deep Fibular N.
5. Extensor Digitorum Longus
6. Peroneus Tertius
What nerve innervates the flexors of the posterior compartment?
What nerve is found by the medial malleolus?
The lateral malleolus is a structure off of which bone?
What nerve is larger on the plantar surface of the foot?
MEDIAL PLANTAR N.
- lateral is not as branched as MEDIAL PLANTAR
Medial & Lateral Plantar N are branches of what nerve?
What muscle does the DORSALIS PEDIS artery pierce?
Dorsal Interossei (by the big toe)
Which two muscles attach to the FLEXOR DIGITORUM LONGUS tendon?
2. Quadratus Plantae
Abductor Hallucis finds its origin from which bone?
Which muscle is beefy and fleshy?
Flexor Hallucis Longus
Which muscles are responsible for inversion? Eversion?
1. Tibialis Posterior
2. Tibialis Anterior
1. Peroneous Longus
2. Peroneous Brevis
3. Peroneous Tertius
General sensation to the entire tongue is supplied by:
CN V and CN IX
Submandibular glands open into the oral cavity at the:
Sublingual papilla on either side of the frenulum.
The thoracic duct normally enters into the left junction of:
Internal jugular and subclavian veins
6/44. What are the surfaces of the parietal pleura?
Costal, diaphragmatic, mediastinal
Name the structures in the hilus of the lung.
Bronchus, pulmonary artery and vein, bronchial artery and vein, lymphatics