Muscles & tendons
Arteries
Osteolgy
Nerves
Misc.

100

This is the origin and insertion of Peroneus Tertius
What are the Origin: Lower ¼ of medial surface of fibular shaft, Interosseus membrane, and Anterior peroneal septa Insertion: Dorsum base of 5th metatarsal

100

These are the main blood supply to the hallucis and 2nd metatarsal?
What are the 1st plantar metatarsal artery & 1st dorsal metatarsal artery?

100

This neck to more proximal to the “other” neck
What is anatomical neck?(more proximal to surgical neck)

100

. A car strikes a pedestrian on the lateral side of her leg. Following the accident, she has "foot drop". Her foot hangs loosely in plantar flexion when she raises it off the ground. She can still invert her foot, but cannot evert it. She can flex but not extend her toes. Which nerve is most likely to have been crushed in her accident?
What is common fibular?

100

on this game show DPM Class of 2014 appeared on
What is The Price Is Right?

200

This the order of muscles in the deep posterior compartment of the leg from medial to lateral.
What are the Flexor Digitorum Longus, Tibialis Posterior, Flexor Hallucis Longus

200

This artery is deeply seated in the back of the fibular side of the leg, arises from the posterior tibial about 2.5 cm below the lower border of the Popliteus
What is the Peroneal Artery?

200

The number of surfaces on fibula
What is 3? (anterior, lateral, posterior)

200

The sural nerve is located most closely to the:
What is lateral malleolus?

200

An anatomy professor that is the 'neuro expert' and a quiet guy
Who is Dr. Bales

300

This is where the Flexor Digitorum Brevis tendon divide into 2 parts to allow passage for the tendon of Flexor Digitorum Longus
What is Base of the proximal phalanx?

300

This is the main blood supply to the plantar foot?
What is the Posterior Tibial Artery

300

The head of the fibula is a g landmark for this nerve
What is the Common peroneal nerve?

300

Which of these nerve does not originate from the sacral plexus (L4-S4): A. Sural N. B. Lateral plantar N. C. Medial Calcaneal N. D. Superficial fibular N. E. Saphenous N.
What is Saphenous N?

300

This is the year when WesternU was established
What is 1977?

400

This is the function of Quadratus Plantae
What is assists FDL in plantarflexion of lesser toes?

400

While at the beach in Florida after final exams, a medical student steps on a stingray, which responds by stinging her in the ankle. The stinger pierces the skin, subcutaneous tissue, and flexor retinaculum of the ankle. Which other structure passing under the retinaculum may be injured?
What is the Posterior Tibial Artery?

400

This bone serves as a “keystone” in transverse arch of foot
What is the 2nd cuneiform?

400

Difficulty extending the knee can result from damage to the ________.
What is femoral nerve?

400

Fifty percent or more of leg amputations not resulting from traumatic injury are a result of what disease
What is D. Diabetes?

500

This is where the FDL and FHL tendons cross at plantar proximal medial part of the foot
What is Master Knot of Henry?

500

This artery is a branch off of the anterior tibial artery which crosses over the calcaneal tuberosity and forms a large lateral arch with the lateral tarsal artery
What is the Lateral Calcaneal Artery?

500

divides posterior surface of the fibula, serves as attachment for muscles
What is the Christa medialis?

500

A sharp blow to the neck of the fibula is most apt to result in damage to this structure
What is common peroneal nerve?

500

How many times your body weight is the pressure on your feet for the average person when running?
What is 4X?