Flashcards in Lecture 10.1 Deck (21):
What branches does the femoral artery form?
What branches does the popliteal artery form?
When does the external iliac artery become the femoral artery?
At the inguinal ligament
When does the femoral artery become the popliteal artery?
At the adductor hiatus
What are genicular branches?
Branches that supply the knee joint. they form anastomoses
What do the anterior and posterior tibial arteries supply?
The anterior and posterior compartments of the leg
What does the posterior tibial artery split into?
The fibular artery
The Medial plantar artery
The lateral plantar artery
Where does the posterior tibial artery branch into the fibular artery?
1 inch below origin
Near which structure does the posterior tibial artery extend before forming the plantar arteries?
Where does the dorsalis pedis come from?
extension of the anterior tibial artery
What does the femoral sheath blend with?
The femoral blood vessels
What are the boundaries of the femoral sheath?
Lacuna ligament medially
Inguinal ligament anteriorly
Femoral vein laterally
Why is herniation likely at the femoral sheath?
femoral sheath has rigid boundaries.
What structures pass through extensor retinaculum of the foot?
Timothy Has A Nasty, Dirty, Toe
TibialisA, EHL, Dorsalis Pedis Artery, Deep fibular Nerve, EDL, Fibularis Tertius
What is the name of the deep fascia in the thigh?
Near what vessel foes the saphenous nerve run?
great saphenous vein
What does the great saphenous vein drain into?
What does the small saphenouse vein drain into?
Which lymph vessels drain into the inguinal nodes?
The lymphatics of the legs.
What vessel fo the lymphatic vessels follow?
small saphenous vein