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1

Name structures A to D

(C is the same structure at two separate locations)

A - Popliteal vein

B - Popliteal artery

C - Posterior tibial artery

D - Fibular artery

2

Name structures A, B and C

A - Calcaneal tendon

B - Soleus

C - Gastrocnemius

 

3

What is the function of muscle A?

Flexion of lateral 4 toes

A - Flexor digitorum longus

4

Name nerves A and B

A - Common fibular nerve

B - Tibial nerve

5

What are the origin and insertion attachment sites for muscle A?

Origin (medial head) - Posterior surface of distal femur (just superior to medial condyle)

Origin (lateral head) - Upper posterolateral surface of lateral femoral condyle

Insertion - Posterior surface of calcaneus (via calcaneus tendon)

A - Gastrocnemius

6

What is the innervation of muscle A?

Tibial nerve (S1, S2)

A - Gastrocnemius

7

Name structures A to D

(N.B - D is posterior to the Calcaneal tendon)

A - Medial head of the gastrocnemius

B - Plantaris

C - Lateral head of the gastrocnemius

D - Tendon of plantaris

8

What is the innervation of muscle A?

Tibial nerve (S2, S3)

A - Flexor hallucis longus

9

What are the origin and insertion attachment sites for muscle A?

Origin - Inferior aspect of lateral supracondylar line of femur and oblique popliteal ligament of knee

Insertion - Potserior calcaneus (via calcaneus tendon)

A - Plantaris

10

What is the innervation of muscle A?

Tibial nerve (S2, S3)

A - Flexor digitorum longus

11

Name muscles A to D

A - Flexor hallucis longus

B - Flexor digitorum longus

C - Tibialis posterior

D - Popliteus

12

What are the origin and insertion attachment sites for muscle A?

Origin - Lateral femoral condyle

Insertion - Posterior surface of proximal tibia

A - Popliteus

13

What is the function of muscle A?

Flexion of great toe

A - Flexor hallucis longus

14

Name muscle A

A - Flexus hallucis longus

15

What are the origin and insertion attachment sites for muscle A?

Origin - Soleal line, proximal medial tibia, proximal posterior aspect of fibular head

Insertion - Posterior calcaneus (via calcaneal tendon)

A - Soleus

16

What is the innervation of muscle A?

Tibial nerve (L4, L5)

A - Tibialis posterior

17

Name muscle A

A - Popliteus

18

What is the function of muscle A?

Plantarflexion of foot

A - Soleus

19

Name muscle A

A - Popliteus

20

Name muscle A

A - Gastrocnemius

21

What is the innervation of muscle A?

Tibial nerve (S1, S2)

A - Plantaris

22

Name nerve A

A - Common fibular nerve

23

What is the function of muscle A?

  1. Plantarflexion of foot
  2. Flexion of knee

A - Plantaris

 

24

What is the function of muscle A?

  1. Plantarflexion of foot
  2. Flexion of knee

A - Gastrocnemius

25

What is the function of muscle A?

  1. Inversion of foot
  2. Plantarflexion of foot
  3. Support of medial arch of foot when walking

A - Tibialis posterior

26

Name structures A, B and C

A - Sciatic nerve

B - Posterior cutaneous nerve of the thigh

C - Small saphenous vein

27

Name the veins at points A and B

A - Small saphenous vein

B - Popliteal vein

28

Name muscles A and B

A - Biceps femoris (muscle and tendon)

B - Semimembranosus 

29

Name structures A to E

A - Adductor hiatus

B - Tibial nerve

C - Popliteal vein

D - Popliteal artery

E - Common fibular nerve

30

Name vessel A

A - Small saphenous vein