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Intertrochanteric crest fovea capitis femoris shaft

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intertrochanteric crest, fovea capitis femoris, shaft, pectineal line, gluteal tuberosity, linea aspera, lateral andmedial supracondylar ridges, popliteal surface, medial and lateral condyles, medial and lateral epicondyles,adductor tubercle, intercondylar fossa, nutrient foramen, patellar surfacePatella: base (superior) and apex (inferior)Tibia: medial and lateral condyles, intercondylar eminence, tibial tuberosity, facet for fibula, anterior border,medial malleolusFibula: head, superior facet for tibia, interosseus border, anterior border, lateral malleolusTarsal bones: talus- trochleacalcaneus- calcaneal tuberosity, sustentaculum tali, medial & lateral calcanealtubercles (dorsal aspect) - *relation to plantar fasciitisnavicularcuneiforms- medial, intermediate and lateralcuboid- peroneal grooveMetatarsals: 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th metatarsalsPhalanges:proximal and distal phalanges of the 1st digitproximal, middle and distal phalanges of 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th digits
LOWER LIMB JOINTSJoints:JointArticulating BonesStructural TypeFunctional Type;movementsSacroiliacSacrum and articularsurface of pelvisSynovial; planeDiarthrotic; slight glidingPubic symphysispubic bonesCartilaginous;symphysisAmphiarthrotic; slightmovementHipAcetabulum and headof femurSynovial; ball andsocketDiarthrotic; movementin 3 planesKneeCondyles of femur andcondyles of tibiaSynovial; hinge(condyloid)Diarthrotic; flexion andextensionTibiofibular (proximal)facet on head of fibulaand facet for fibula ontibiaSynovial; planeDiathrotic; glidingTibiofibular(distal)fibula and fibular notchof tibiafibrous;syndesmosisSynarthrotic; slightmovement duringdorsiflexionAnkleTibia and fibula withtalusSynovial, hingeDiarthrotic; flexion andextensionIntertarsalTarsalsSynovial, planeDiathrotic; glidingTarsometatarsalTarsals and metatarsalsSynovial, planeDiathrotic; glidingMetatarsophalangealMetatarsal and proximalphalanxSynovial; condyloidDiarthrotic; flexion/ext.,abduction/add,circumductionToe (interphalangeal)PhalangesSynovial; hingeDiarthrotic; flexion andextensionJoint Structures:Sacroiliac: Ligaments:Anterior and Posterior SacroiliacHip:Ligaments:Ligamentum teresIliofemoralIschiofemoralPubofemoralInguinalKnee:Meniscus (menisci):medial and lateralLigaments:Anterior and posterior cruciate (ACL and PCL)Medial and lateral collateral (MCL and LCL)Ankle:Ligaments:Deltoid (4 ligaments on medial aspect)Anterior and posterior talofibular (ATFL and PTFL)Calcaneofibular (CFL)* Most commonly sprained ankle ligament = ATFL
Specific Joint Structures:Ligaments:RegionLigamentPoints of AttachmentPelvisAnteriorSacroiliacPosterior Sacroiliac (3 parts)InguinalSacrospinousAnt surface of sacrum to ant surface of ilium.

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Term
Spring
Professor
janice
Tags
Muscles of the upper limb, greater trochanter, Medial epicondyle of the humerus

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