ANAT 1615 Mercy Navis Lab List for Final

ANAT 1615 Mercy Navis Lab List for Final - 1 Lower...

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Lower Extremity Superficial veins 1. dorsal venous arch 2. great saphanous vein 3. small saphanous vein Cutaneous nerves 1. lateral cutaneous nerve of thigh 2. cutaneous branch of obturator nerve 3. medial cutaneous nerve of thigh 4. intermediate cutaneous nerve of thigh 5. saphanous nerve 6. posterior cutaneous nerve of thigh 7. medial sural nerve 8. lateral sural nerve 9. superficial fibular nerve Superficial inguinal lymph nodes 1. horizontal group 2. vertical group Muscles of the gluteal region 1. gluteus maximus ( large superficial muscle ) 2. gluteus medius ( deep to the gluteus medius ) 3. gluteus minimus ( deep to gluteus medius ) 4. piriformis ( lies inferior to the gluteus medius ) 5. superior gamellus ( lies inferior to piriformis ) 6. tendon of obturator internus ( lies inferior to superior gamellus ) 7. inferior gamellus ( lies inferior to obturator internus ) 8. quadratus femoris ( lies inferior to inferior gamellus ) 9. obturator externus ( in the interval between the quadratus femoris and inferior gamellus ) Nerves of the gluteal region 1. posterior femoral cutaneous nerve of thigh ( superficial, runs medial and parallel to the sciatic nerve, all the way to the knee ) 2. superior gluteal nerve ( runs superior to the piriformis, with the superior gluteal vessels ) 3. inferior gluteal nerve ( runs below the piriformis, with the inferior gluteal vessels ) 4. pudendal nerve ( runs medial and deep to the sacrotuberous ligament ) 5. sciatic nerve, largest nerve ( runs inferior to the piriformis ) Arteries of the gluteal region 1. superior gluteal artery, runs superior to the piriformis 2. inferior gluteal artery, runs beneath the piriformis 3. internal pudendal artery, runs with the pudendal nerve 4. first perforationg artery, is a branch of deep femoral artery 1
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Veins of the gluteal region 1. superior gluteal vein 2. inferior gluteal vein 3. internal pudendal vein Ligaments in the gluteal region 1. sacrotuberous ligament is superficial 2. sacrospinous ligament is deep to the sacrotuberous ligament Fascia lata, is the deep fascia of the thigh Iliotibial tract, is the thickened part of the fascia lata, lies on the lateral side of thigh Thigh Front of thigh / anterior compartment Contents of the femoral triangle 1. lateral cutaneous nerve of thigh 2. femoral nerve 3. femoral sheath 4. femoral artery 5. femoral vein 6. femoral canal Muscles of the anterior thigh 1. tensor fascia lata ( lateral muscle, attached to the iliotibial tract / IT band ) 2. Sartorius (longest muscle of the body, runs lateral to medial from the anterior superior iliac spine to the medial side of the tibia ) 3. quadriceps femoris, consists of four muscles a) rectus femoris (lies superficial ) b) vastus intermedius ( deep to rectus femoris ) c) vastus medialis ( lies medial to rectus femoris ) d) vastus lateralis ( lies lateral to rectus femoris ) 4. iliacus ( lies medial to sartorius ) 5. psoas major ( lies medial to iliacus, deep to the femoral vessels ) 6. pectineus ( lies medial to psoas major )
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