Biol129_C11 - Quick Back Review Deep Muscles Recall:...

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1 Quick Back Review • Recall: • Superficial are assoc. with pectoral girdle • Intermediate are assoc. with breathing • Deep are assoc. with posture (vertebral column extension) Deep Muscles
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2 The Leg Compartments • Three major • A, M, P • The medial adducts • The post. flexes • The ant. extends
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3 Vessels • All vessels of the leg originate from abdomen • The major vessels are the Abdominal Aorta and Inferior Vena Cava • These both split low in the abdomen into the Iliac A and the Common Iliac V. • Each has an internal and external branch • Ext Iliac splits to: – Deep Femoral + • Circumflex Fem for femur – Femoral -> Popliteal – Ant Tib -> Dorsal pedal – Post Tib -> Med Plantar • Int Iliac gives off: – Obturator for adductors Arteries of the Leg
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4 • Ext Iliac splits to: – Femoral which splits to • Popliteal & Small Saphenous (to foot) – Great Saphenous • Joins with Ant Tib for Dorsal Pedal – Post Tib & Sm Saph join as plantar vv Veins of the Leg Schematic
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5 Femoral Triangle • An important area bounded by: – Inguinal Lig, Sartorius M and Add Long M. • VAN – from med to lat:
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Biol129_C11 - Quick Back Review Deep Muscles Recall:...

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