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Anatomy Jeopardy Tom Gest, PhD Division of Anatomical Sciences University of Michigan Medical School Lower Limb Review with
Joints Leg & Foot Hip & Posterior Thigh Anterior & Medial Thigh Skin and Fascia Keep a record of each player’s points.
This fascia thickens to form 5 retinacula at the ankle. Skin and Fascia 100 Points
What is the crural fascia?
Skin and Fascia 200 Points Branches of this nerve curl up around the gluteal fold.
What is the posterior femoral cutaneous nerve? Skin and Fascia 200 Points
Skin and Fascia 300 Points This condition involves compression of the lateral femoral cutaneous nerve as it passes deep to the inguinal ligament.
Skin and Fascia 300 Points What is meralgia paresthetica?
This opening in the fascia lata allows the greater saphenous vein to drain to the femoral vein. Skin and Fascia 400 Points
What is the saphenous opening? Skin and Fascia 400 Points
This nerve supplies the L5 dermatome between the first and second toes. Skin and Fascia 500 Points
What is the deep fibular nerve? Skin and Fascia 500 Points
This muscle flexes and extends. Anterior & Medial Thigh 100 Points
What is the rectus femoris?
Anterior & Medial Thigh 200 Points This muscle of the medial thigh is a lateral rotator.
What is the obturator externus? Anterior & Medial Thigh 200 Points
Anterior & Medial Thigh 300 Points This nerve innervates the portion of adductor magnus that attaches to the adductor tubercle.
Anterior & Medial Thigh 300 Points What is the tibial nerve?
This artery passes between the iliopsoas and pectineus. Anterior & Medial Thigh 400 Points
What is the medial femoral circumflex artery? Anterior & Medial Thigh 400 Points
Adductor muscles insert here. Anterior & Medial Thigh 500 Points
What is the linea aspera? Anterior & Medial Thigh 500 Points
This nerve innervates abductors and medial rotators. Hip & Posterior Thigh 100 Points
What is the superior gluteal nerve?
Hip & Posterior Thigh 200 Points This muscle is said to be the key to the gluteal region.
What is the piriformis? Hip & Posterior Thigh 200 Points
Hip & Posterior Thigh 300 Points This muscle is the most powerful extensor of the hip.
Hip & Posterior Thigh 300 Points What is the gluteus maximus?
This muscle of the posterior thigh inserts in the pes anserinus. Hip & Posterior Thigh 400 Points
What is the semitendinosus? Hip & Posterior Thigh 400 Points
This nerve innervates the superior gemellus muscle. Hip & Posterior Thigh 500 Points
What is the nerve to obturator internus? Hip & Posterior Thigh 500 Points
This nerve passes between flexor digitorum brevis and quadratus plantae. Leg & Foot 100 Points
What is the lateral plantar nerve?
Leg & Foot 200 Points This muscle's tendon crosses the sole of the foot from lateral to medial.
What is the fibularis longus? Leg & Foot 200 Points
Leg & Foot 300 Points This muscle arises from the fibula and inserts on the distal phalanx of the hallux.
Leg & Foot 300 Points What is the flexor hallucis longus?
This muscle can dorsiflex and evert the foot. Leg & Foot 400 Points
What is fibularis tertius? Leg & Foot 400 Points
This artery passes through the first dorsal interosseous muscle. Leg & Foot 500 Points
What is the deep plantar artery? Leg & Foot 500 Points
This ligament spans the acetabular notch. Joints 100 Points
What is the transverse acetabular ligament?
Joints 200 Points An anterior drawer sign indicates damage to this ligament.
What is the anterior cruciate ligament? Joints 200 Points
Joints 300 Points Hypereversion of the ankle would cause damage to this ligament.
Joints 300 Points What is the deltoid ligament?
The popliteus tendon passes deep to this ligament. Joints 400 Points
What is the fibular collateral ligament? Joints 400 Points
Also known as the spring ligament, this supports the head of the talus. Joints 500 Points
What is the plantar calcaneonavicular ligament? Joints 500 Points
Good luck on your final exam
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