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Flashcards in Musculoskeletal part 2 Deck (90):
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figure B 46 arrow A

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metacarpal

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figure B 46 arrow B

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trapezium

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figure B 46 arrow C

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trapazoid

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figure B 46 arrow D

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capatate

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figure B 46 arrow E

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hammate

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figure B 46 arrow F

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triquitrium

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figure B 46 arrow G

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scaphoid

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figure B 46 arrow H

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lunate

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figure B 46 arrow I

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triangular fibrocartilage complex

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figure B 46 arrow J

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distal ulna

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figure B 46 arrow K

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distal radius

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figure B 47 arrow A

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extensor tendons

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figure B 47 arrow B

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hammate

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figure B 47 arrow C

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capatate

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figure B 47 arrow D

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carpal tunnel

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figure B 47 arrow E

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trapazoid

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figure B 47 arrow F

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trapezium

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the evaluate the ip joints patient should be positined whereby the

feet are internally rotated

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figure B 48 arrow A

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 psoas muscle

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figure B 48 arrow B

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iliacus muscle

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figure B 48 arrow C

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intervertebral disk

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figure B 48 arrow D

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ilium

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figure B 48 arrow E

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acetabulum

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figure B 48 arrow F

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femoral head

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figure B 48 arrow G

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greater trochantor

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figure B 48 arrow H

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femoral neck

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figure B 48 arrow I

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femur

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figure B 48 arrow J

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quadriceps muscle

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figure B 49 arrow A

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subcutaneous fat

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figure B 49 arrow B

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rectus abdominus muscles

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figure B 49 arrow C

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ichium

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figure B 49 arrow D

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quadriceps muscles

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figure B 49 arrow E

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femoral head

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figure B 49 arrow F

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acetabulum

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figure B 49 arrow G

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bladder

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figure B 49 arrow H

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rectum

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figure B 49 arroe I

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gluteal muscles

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figure B 49 arrow J

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subcutaneous fat

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figure B 50 arrow A

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quadriceps tendon

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figure B 50 arrow B

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femur

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figure B 50 arrow C

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patella

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figure B 50 arrow D

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femoral condyle

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figure B 50 arrow E

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posterior horn of the lateral meniscus

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figure B 50 arrow F

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patellar ligament

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figure B 50 arrow G

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tibial spine (eminence)

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figure B 50 arrow H

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tibeal plateau

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figure B 50 arrow I

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tibia

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figure B 50 arrow J

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fibula

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figure B 50 arrow K

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gastrocnemeus muscle

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to evaluate the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) within the knee, the patient should be positioned whereby the

feet are in the neutral position

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the best views for the evaluatoin of the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) include

sagittal

oblique

 

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figure B 51 arrow A

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quadriceps tendon

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figure B 51 arrow B

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femur

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figure B 51 arrow C

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patella

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figure B 51 arrow D

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anterior crucite ligament

ACL

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figure B 51 arrow E

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posterior cruciate ligament

PCL

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figure B 52 arrow A

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femur

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figure B 52 arrow B

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medial epicondyle of the femur

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figure B 52 arrow C

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lateral epicondyle of the femur

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figure B 52 arrow D

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intercondylar fossa

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figure B 52 arrow E

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lateral condyle of the femur

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figure B 52 arrow F

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medial collateral ligament

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figure B 52 arrow G

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lateral meniscus

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figure B 52 arrow H

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interarticular cartilage

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figure B 52 arrow I

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medial meniscus

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figure B 53 arrow A

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patella

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figure B 53 arrow B

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medial retinaculum

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 figue B 53 arrow C

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patello-femoral joint

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 figue B 53 arrow D

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lateral retinaculum

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 figue B 53 arrow E

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fluid within the joint space

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 figue B 53 arrow F

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femoral medial condyle

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 figue B 53 arrow G

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intercondylar fossa

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figure B 54 arrow A

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tibia

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figure B 54 arrow B

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gastrocnemius muscle

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figure B 54 arrow C

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achilles tendon

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figure B 54 arrow D

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tibio-talar joint

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figure B 54 arrow E

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talus

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figure B 54 arrow F 

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navicular

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figure B 54 arrow G

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cuboid

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figure B 54 arrow H

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metatarslas

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figure B 54 arrow I

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cuneiform

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figure B 54 arrow J

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calcaneus

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figure B 55 arrow A

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 tibia

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figure B 55 arrow B

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fibula

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figure B 55 arrow C

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tibio-talar joint

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 figure B 55 arrow D

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talus

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figure B 55 arrow E

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medial collateral ligament

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figure B 55 arrow F 

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calcaneus

 

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figure B 55 arrow G

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plantar surface

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figure B 56 shows examples of SAG, AX and COR images of the foot.  When the patient is positioned in the anatomic man position, whereby the patient is facing us, flat footed, the imaging planes vary whereby imaging is acquired 

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coronal to the plane of the body, create images that are axial to the plane of the foot