Muscles & tendons Arteries Osteology Nerves Misc.

100

What is Dorsiflexion of foot
This is the function of Extensor Digitorum Longus

100

What is the Superficial epigastric artery
This is the first branch off of the femoral artery

100

What is the sustentaculum tali
The FHL tendon runs inferior to it

100

What is lateral plantar?
While walking barefoot on the beach in Florida following final exams, a medical student steps on a sharp shell which punctures the sole of her foot. She notices that she can no longer spread her toes apart (without using her hands, that is). Which nerve must have been injured

100

Who are ACFAS club officers?
Pam, Oran, Suzanna and Neha

200

What is Insertion of Sartorius, Gracilis, and Semitendonosus
This is the significance of Pes Anserinus

200

What is External Iliac A
The artery that supplies the grater part of the lower extremity is the direct continuation of

200

What is decreased angle?
While transitioning from childhood to adulthood this is the change in the femoral anteversion angle

200

What is Tibial N?
The lateral plantar nerve is a branch of this nerve

200

Who are Drs Harkless and Jones.
Both graduated from the California School of Podiatric Medicine in San Francisco in 1978

300

What is the Sartorius M.
This is the only muscle that crosses both the hip joint and the knee joint

300

What are the Sural Arteries?
This arteries arises from the popliteal artery opposite the knee joint and distributes to the Gastrocnemius, Soleus, and Plantaris.

300

What is the posteior surface and proximal 1/3 of the tibia
The soleal line is at this surface and ‘height’ of the tibia

300

What is Common fibular N?
A patient with a fracture to the left upper tibia was treated with a plaster cast. A few days later he started to develop progressive numbness over the dorsum of the foot and weakness in dorsiflexion. The cast was quickly changed and the signs were attributed to nerve compression. The compressed nerve was most likely the:

300

Who is Dr. Labovitz?
This podiatrist did his fellowhip at Austria

400

What is Origin: Lower 2/3 of posterior surface fibular shaft, Fibula lateral to the crista medialis, Lower portion of interosseus membrane Insertion: Plantar aspect of the base of the distal phalanx of hallux
This is the origin and insertion of Flexor Hallucis Longus

400

What is the Dorsalis Pedis?
This artery is used to measure intact vasculature (pulses) is a branch of the anterior tibial artery

400

What is the the groove for FHL tendon
This groove runs on the posterior surface medially to the groove of posterior Tibialis Tendon

400

What is deep fibular N?
A long distance runner complained of swelling and pain of his shin. At physical examination, skin testing showed normal cutaneous sensation of the leg. However, muscular strength tests showed marked weakness of dorsiflexion and impaired inversion of the foot. Which nerve serves the muscles involved?

400

What is Bally's
This is the closest decent gym to campus

500

What are the Abductor Hallucis, Flexor Digitorum Brevis, Abductor Digiti Minimi
These are the muscles in the 1st layer of the plantar foot.

500

What are Dorsal Metatarsal A and Deep Plantar A
The two main banches of the dorsalis pedis

500

What is Gerdy’s tubercle?
The tubercle on proximal lateral condyle od the tibia

500

What is tibialis anterior M?
Your patient was struck by a car's bumper as she crossed the street, and her fibular neck is broken. After the bone has healed, she has "foot drop", i. e. she cannot dorsiflex her foot, and so it flops onto the ground during walking. Denervation (paralysis) of which of the following muscles would be associated with foot drop?

500

Who is John Wooden?
A UCLA coach who came up with the "Pyramid of Success??

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