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Medical Anatomy

HUMB1004 Study Guide - Final Guide: Superior Gluteal Nerve, Gluteal Tuberosity, Fascia Lata

MUSCLES OF THE HIP Muscle Proximal Distal Action Nerve HIP FLEXORS (ILIACUS + PSOAS) ILIOPSOAS Iliac fossa, Lesser trochanter PRIMARY HIP Femoral branch (L1 (ILIACUS + transverse FLEXOR L3) PSOAS) processes of (external L1...

Human Biology
HUMB1004
Morgan Titmus
HUMB1004 Study Guide - Final Guide: Lateral Condyle Of Femur, Intercondylar Area, Body Of Femur

WEEK 12 LOWER LIMB 6 REGIONS GLUTEAL Between trunk and the free lower limb Includes buttocks (post) and hip (lat) Bone = os coxae FEMORAL Between the gluteal posteriorlyinginual anteriorly and proximal knee Bone = fem...

Human Biology
HUMB1004
Morgan Titmus
HUMB1004 Study Guide - Final Guide: Mesenchymal Stem Cell, Hyaline Cartilage, Bone

DEVELOPMENT OF BONES SKELETAL SYSTEM Infrastructure of body Produces rigid framework Protection Support Attachment sit for tendons and muscles that are essential for locomotion 206 bones each formed through ossification...

Human Biology
HUMB1004
Morgan Titmus
HUMB1004 Study Guide - Final Guide: Abdominal External Oblique Muscle, External Iliac Artery, Obturator Foramen

LIGAMENTS OF THE PELVIS INGUINAL LIGAMENT From ASIS to PUBIC TUBERCULE Forms the border between the external iliac artery and the femoral artery Femoral V.A.N Part of the apopneurosis of the tendon of the external abdomina...

Human Biology
HUMB1004
Morgan Titmus
HUMB1004 Study Guide - Final Guide: Intertrochanteric Crest, Gluteus Minimus Muscle, Gluteus Medius Muscle

THE FEMUR HEAD proximal Intertrochanteric line between trochanters ANTERIORLY, for attachment of ILIOFEMORAL LIGAMENT Adductor tubercule attachment of adductor magnus Neck good place for imaging, only one neck, between the...

Human Biology
HUMB1004
Morgan Titmus
HUMB1004 Study Guide - Final Guide: Superior Pubic Ramus, Pubic Symphysis, Inferior Pubic Ramus

PELVIS CASE 12 WEEK 10 COXAL BONES ILIUM, ISCHIUM AND PUBIS HEAPS MISSING Each hip (coxal) bone made up of ilium, ischium and pubis Coxal bones are separated in childhood by HYALINE CARTILAGE TRIRADIATE CARTILAGE. @ around...

Human Biology
HUMB1004
Morgan Titmus
HUMB1004 Study Guide - Final Guide: Deep Palmar Arch, Posterior Interosseous Artery, Anterior Interosseous Artery

BLOOD SUPPLY OF THE FOREARM Axillary artery (branch of the subclavian artery) becomes the BRACHIAL ARTERY when it reaches the lower border of the teres major (lateral border scapula to intertubercular groove) BRACHIAL ARTE...

Human Biology
HUMB1004
Morgan Titmus
HUMB1004 Study Guide - Final Guide: Ulnar Nerve, Radial Nerve, Coracoid Process

ELBOW MUSCLES Muscle name Proximal Distal Action Nerve attachment attachment BICEPS BRACHII LH Radial Elbow flexor Musculocutaneous supraglenoid tuberosity and forearm (C5) tubercle supinator SH coracoid process BRACHIORAD...

Human Biology
HUMB1004
Morgan Titmus
HUMB1004 Study Guide - Final Guide: Flexor Digitorum Profundus Muscle, Ulnar Styloid Process, Carpal Tunnel

HAND PALMAR AND DORSAL SURFACES Info missing here Palmar = volar Palmar surface 2 eminences (bulks of muscles) THENAR BASE OF THUMB HYPOTHENAR LITTLE FINGER CARPALS Keystone arrangement middle carpals hold whole wrist in p...

Human Biology
HUMB1004
Morgan Titmus
HUMB1004 Study Guide - Final Guide: Ulnar Notch Of The Radius, Distal Radioulnar Articulation, Ulnar Collateral Ligament Of Elbow Joint

CASE 9 FOREARM, WRIST AND HAND ULNA PROXIMAL END Thickest proximally 2 processes OLECRANON sits in olecranon fossa of humerus during extension CORONOID fits into coronoid fossa during flexion 2 notches TROCHLEAR NOTCH for ...

Human Biology
HUMB1004
Morgan Titmus
HUMB1004 Study Guide - Final Guide: Coracoacromial Ligament, Suction Cup, Articular Disk

GLENOHUMERAL JOINT Glenoid fossa faces in the scapula plane not directly lateral, 25 degrees anterior to the coronal plane, almost lateral, meaning that you cannot abduct fully in the coronal plane Fossa is very shallow, o...

Human Biology
HUMB1004
Morgan Titmus
HUMB1004 Study Guide - Final Guide: Shoulder Girdle, Conoid Ligament, Suprasternal Notch

PECTORAL GIRDLE = Clavicle + scapula Less stable + more mobile in contrast to the pelvic girdle Because of DEPTH OF SOCKET GH joint very shallow, oversized humeral head SIZE OF ATTACHMENT smaller Clavicle to manubrium is t...

Human Biology
HUMB1004
Morgan Titmus
HUMB1004 Study Guide - Final Guide: Median Aperture, Occipital Lobe, Frontal Lobe

THE VENTRICLES Spaces in the brain that PRODUCE AND CONTAIN CSF Produced in the CHOROID PLEXUS LATERAL VENTRICLES Body Anterior horn (into frontal lobe) Posterior horn (into occipital lobe) Inferior horn (into temporal lob...

Human Biology
HUMB1004
Morgan Titmus
HUMB1004 Study Guide - Final Guide: Superior Orbital Fissure, Dura Mater, Epidural Space

INTRACRANIAL HEMORRHAGE EPIDURAL HEMATOMA AETIOLOGY Trauma to skull @ or around PTERION causes injury to MIDDLE MENINGEAL ARTERY (eca branch) that runs deep to the pterion most common Fracture of skull is not a requirement...

Human Biology
HUMB1004
Morgan Titmus
HUMB1004 Study Guide - Final Guide: Internal Occipital Protuberance, Dural Venous Sinuses, Tuberculum Sellae

MENINGES Periosteal dura mater Meningeal dura mater Arachnoid dura mater Pia mater Periosteal dura mater strongly adhered to skull Meningeal dura mater bound to periosteal Arachnoid dura mater thin spindle spider Pia mater...

Human Biology
HUMB1004
Morgan Titmus

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