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Tibiale Laterale PALPATE WITH SIDE OF THUMB FROM ANTERIOR TOWARDS POSTERIOR ©R
Tibiale Laterale RELEASE AND RELOCATE WITH INDEX FINGER ©R
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Tibiale Laterale ALTERNATE LOCATING PROCEDURE ©R
Tibiale Laterale LOCATE PROXIMAL BORDER OF TIBIA ©R
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Tibiale Mediale LOCATE PROXIMAL BORDER OF TIBIA ©R
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Sphyrion Tibiale LOCATE MOST INFERIOR POINT ON MEDIAL MALLEOLUS ©R
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1 EZ-IO in the Pediatric Patient. This presentation is only for Pediatric specific IO site location and placement. For complete IO insertion education,
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BONES OF THE FOOT AND ANKLE. 14 Phalanges Distal, middle and proximal phalanges toes(2-5) Great toe (1) Only has Proximal and Distal phalanges
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Body Organization Review. Planes of the Body Transverse plane Cuts the body into superior and inferior halves. 2 movements are internal rotation and external.
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Lower Limb Regions Hip Knee Ankle Foot. Hip Osteology.
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NOTES part 4 : Skeletal Organization, continued (Ch 7)
1. Injection of an anesthetic solution into or immediately surrounding the axillary sheath interrupts conduction of impulses of peripheral nerves. The.
Athletic Training Foot, Ankle and Lower Leg Mr. Brewer.
Dissection Vocabulary Terms. Anterior and Posterior Posterior – toward the rear, tail, or feet Anterior – toward the head.
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Appendicular Skeleton Pectoral and Pelvic Girdles Limbs 126 Bones.
Anatomical Terms Quiz at the end of the powerpoint For those who have not taken it yet.
The Pelvic Girdle and Lower Limb Ilium Ischium Pubis Obturator Foramen Ischial Spine Sacroiliac Joint Iliac Crest Anterior Superior Iliac Spine Anterior.
Palpation Hints Making Contact Add Text Here. Palpation Hints.
VIII. Pectoral Girdle & Upper Extremity - Articulation between upper extremities and axial skeleton -Shoulder joints are weak joints A.Pectoral Girdle.
The leg Lecture 9. The leg The leg is that part of the lower limb between the knee joint and ankle joint. proximally, most major structures pass between.
Chapter 7 Knee Patella. Knee Joint Distal Femur Proximal Tibia Patella.
Palpations Review Sports med 3. Ankle Palpations Bony Medial: Medial malleolus Navicular Talus Cuneiforms Lateral Lateral malleolus Proximal base of the.
Postural Considerations HS 349L. Level Landmarks Shoulders Shoulders Hips Hips Finger tips Finger tips Inferior angle of scapulae Inferior angle of scapulae.
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Directional Terms Here is the proper anatomical position. Stand up. Make sure you are standing straight. Feet pointing toward the front Palms out. That’s.
THE ANKLE AND FOOT. BONES A. Tibia –1. condyle (lateral and medial) –2. tibial tuberosity –3. medial malleolus B. Fibula –1. head –2. lateral malleolus.
Language of Anatomy Wakefield Planes of the Body (aka – Frontal Plane)
The Ankle. 1) IN WHICH PLANE DOES INVERSION AND EVERSION OF THE ANKLE JOINT TAKE PLACE? Frontal or coronal plane.
TERMINOLOGY. The Language of Anatomy Special terminology is used to prevent misunderstanding The anatomical position refers to individual standing, facing.
Parietal bone Frontal bone Occipital bone Lambdoidal suture Squamosal suture Temporal bone.
Blood supply of the leg and foot WINDSOR UNIVERISITY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE Dr. akolade Osanoto.
Human Body. Pharynx n Common passageway for food and air n Divides at its lower end into two passageways Esophagus for foodEsophagus for food Trachea.
Copyright © 2012 John Beaumont. REVIEW The upper lip is superior or inferior ?to the chin. The shoulder is to the heart. lateral or medial? The index.
Chapter 6 Knee Patella. Knee Joint Distal ___________ Proximal __________ __________.
Anatomical Directional Terms. Anterior: In front of, front Posterior: After, behind, following, toward the rear Distal: Away from, farther from the origin.
Body Organization Review. Make a T chart on your paper Body Org. movement.
Ankle & Foot (2). Inversion: Tarsal Joints Range of motion Range of motion 0° – 35 ° Testing position Testing position Short sitting with knee flexed.
The Appendicular Skeleton Study Guide. © 2014 Pearson Education, Inc. Acromion Coracoid process Glenoid cavity Lateral border Suprascapular notch Superior.
Human Anatomy & Physiology FIFTH EDITION Elaine N. Marieb PowerPoint ® Lecture Slide Presentation by Vince Austin Copyright © 2003 Pearson Education, Inc.
Left Hand – Anterior View Ulna Scaphoid bone Lunate bone Triquetrum bone Pisiform bone Carpals (proximal) Metacarpals Phalanges (Digits) Radius Hamate.
BONES OF THE PECTORAL GIRDLE AND UPPER EXTREMITY.
CHAPTER 8 ANATOMICAL CONSIDERATIONS. Chapter 8 emphasizes those areas of anatomy most concerned with the embalming process. Chapter 8 is going to.
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