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Anterior tilting

changes degree of lumbar lordosis

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Lateral tilting

changes degree of hip abduction

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Abdomen to anterior thigh

femoral vessels and nerves

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Pelvis to Gluteal

piriformis
superior and inferior gluteal nerves and vessels
sciatic nerve

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Pelvis to medial thigh

obturator nerves and vessels

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What does the ischiofemoral ligament do?

reinforce fibrous capsule posteriorly
resists hyperextension

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What is the path of the ischiofemoral ligament?

from ischial portion of acetabular rim to base of greater trochanter

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Where does the lumbar plexus lie?

between psoas major and quadratus lumborum muscles

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Ligament head of femur:

connects acetabular rim and transverse ligament with head of femur

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Quadratus lumborum plevis fixed:

acts upon vertebral column and isplateral flexion

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Quadratus lumborum both sides :

help extend lumbar part of vertebral column

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Where does coronary agioplasty enter?

femoral artery at femoral triangle

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What can a goiter compress?

trachea, larynx, esophagus

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Iliofemoral ligament

resists hyperextension, lateral rotation of hip during standing

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Where is the lymph node in the femoral triangle?

medial to femoral vein

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Where does the abdominal artery bifurcate?

L4

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Right pelvic tilt:

left adduction contracture

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Left pelvic tilt:

left abduction contracture

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Motor nerves:

femoral (L2-L4)
Obturator (L2-L4)
Sciatic (L3-S3)

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Where is the lesser occipital nerve felt?

scalp behind ear (C2)

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Where is the greater auricular felt?

skin behind ear on parotid gland (C2-C3)

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Where is the transverse cervical nerve felt?

skin of anterior cervical triangle (C2-C3)

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Where is the supraclavicular nerve felt?

skin over clavicle and shoulder

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Where is the adductor canal?

middle third of thigh, extending from apex of femoral triangle to opening in adductor magnus

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What is in the adductor canal?

femoral artery, vein, saphaneous nerve, nerve to vastus medialis

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What does the posterior branch of the obturator nerve innervate?

obturator externus
adductor brevis
adductor portion of adductor magnus

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What does the anterior branch of the obturator nerve innervate?

adductor longer
gracilis
cutaneous to medial thigh

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What are the branches of the sciatic nerve?

tibial
common peroneal

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What does the tibial nerve innervate?

biceps femoris long head
semitendonousis
semimembranous

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What does the common peroneal nerve innervate?

biceps short head

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Superior Gluteal Nerve

L4,L5,S1

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Inferior Gluteal Nerve

L5,S1,S2

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Common Peroneal Nerve

L4,L5,S1,S2

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Nerve to piriformis

S1,S2

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Posterior division of sacral plexus

superior gluteal nerve
inferior gluteal nerve
common peroneal
nerve to piriformis

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Anterior division of sacral plexus

tibial
branch to quadratus femoris and inferior gemellus
branch to obturator internus and superior gemellus
pudenal

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Tibial Nerve

L4-S3

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Branch to quadratus femoris and inferior gemellus

L4-S1

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Branch to obturator internus and superior gemellus

L5-S2

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Pudenal Nerve

S2-S4

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Subcostal

T12

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Iliohypogastric

T12,L1

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Ilioinguinal

L1

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Genitofemoral

L1,L2

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Femoral

L2-L4

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Obturator

L2-L4

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Sacral trunk

L4,L5