Flashcards in Week 10 Deck (39):
What is your quest?
To seek the grail
What is your name?
What.....is the air speed velocity of an unlaiden swallow?
African or European swallow?
What are The bones of the foot?
Tarsus made up of;
Largest and strongest bone of the tarsus
Transmits weight to the ground
Articulates with the talus and cuboid
What is the sustenaculum tali?
Bones landmark on the calcaneus, protects the medial side, supporting the talar head
What are the bony landmarks of the calcaneus
What are the three parts of the talus?
What are the bony landmarks for the talus?
Groove for FHL (between medial and lateral tubercles)
What does the talus articulate with?
The tibia, fibula and calcaneus
What is the Talocural joint?
The joint between the talus and the leg
What attaches to the lateral tubercle of the talus?
The talofibular ligament
What does navicular mean?
Boat in Latin
What does the navicular articulate with?
Head of the talus and cuneiforms
What are the bony landmarks of the navicular
What are huge bony landmarks of the cuboid?
Groove for Fibularis longus
How many cuneiforms are there and what is their orientation?
What do the cuneiforms articulate with
What are the bony landmarks of the metatarsals
Styoid process on 5th metatarsal
2 seasamoid bones on under the 1st metatarsal
Tuberosities on metatarsals 1-4
Where can you find the two seasamoid bones of the foot?
Between the two tendons of flexor hallucis brevis
What are the bony landmarks of the phalanges?
What are the three divisions of the foot?
Hind foot (back of the foot, talus and calcaneus)
Mid foot ( cuboid and cuneiforms)
Forefoot (metatarsals and phalanges)
What kind of joint is the ankle joint?
Hinge type synovial joint
What bones from the ankle joint?
trochlea of the talus
Grip of the mortise (look this up)
What makes up the mortise?
Distal tibia and fibula merging with the talus. Later medial malleoli and medial lateral malleoli
What capsules does the ankle joint hold?
What re the 3 parts of the lateral ligaments of the ankle
Anterior talofibular ligament
Posterior talofibular ligament
What are the medial ligaments of the ankle? 4 parts
Anterior tibiotalar ligament
Posterior tibiotalar ligament
What is another name of the medial ankle ligaments
The deltoid ligament
What movements are present at the ankle?
What is the arterial supply to the ankle?
Malleolus branches of the fibular artery and anterior posterior tibial arteries
What is the nerve supply to the ankle?
Deep fibular nerve
What are the joints of the foot
The subtalar joint
Is the articulation between the inferior talus and superior surface of the calcaneus
It is a plane type synovial joint
Supported by the Interosseus, medial lateral and posterior talocalcaneal ligaments
Has inversion and eversion as it's movements
Is the articulation between the inferior talus and the superior surface of the
(Missed some here)
What is the transverse tarsal joint?
Made up of two parts, calcaneal cuboid
Talonavicular part of talocalcanealnavicular
Inter metatarsal joints
Are plane type synovial joints
Articulate between adjacent metatarsal bases
Their movement is small amount of gliding in relation to each other
Inter phalanges, joint
Hinge type synovial joints
Articulation between head of proximal phalanx and base of distal phalanx
Movements are flexion and extension