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Lower Extremity

  1. Hip and thigh
    Hip and thigh
    The framework of the hip and thigh is defined by the bony pelvis and femur. Bones, blood vessels and nerves attach to and pass alongside these bones. More.
    1. Pelvis and Femur
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      Bones and ligaments of the pelvis and femur.
    2. Muscles of the hip and thigh
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      Overview of the muscles of the hip and thigh.
    3. Neurovasculature of the hip and thigh
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      Arteries, veins and nerves of the hip and thigh.
    4. Inner hip muscles
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      Origins, insertions, innervation and functions of the inner hip muscles.
    5. Gluteal muscles
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      Origins, insertions, innervation and functions of the gluteal muscles.
    6. Anterior thigh muscles
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      Origins, insertions, innervation and functions of the anterior thigh muscles.
    7. Posterior thigh muscles
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      Origins, insertions, innervation and functions of the posterior thigh muscles.
    8. Adductors of the thigh
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      Origins, insertions, innervation and functions of the adductors of the thigh.
    9. Hip and thigh
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      [100 questions] - Clinical anatomy, topography, functions and more details related to the structures found in the hip and thigh.
  2. Knee and leg
    Knee and leg
    The knee joint is found between the thigh and the lower leg. Many structures belong to this area of the body, including the tibia and fibula. More.
    1. Tibia and Fibula
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      Bones and ligaments of the tibia and fibula.
    2. Muscles of the leg and knee
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      Overview of the muscles of the leg and knee.
    3. Neurovasculature of the leg and knee
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      Arteries, veins and nerves of the leg and knee.
    4. Anterior and lateral muscles of the leg
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      Origins, insertions, innervation and functions of the extensor and fibularis groups.
    5. Posterior muscles of the leg
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      Origins, insertions, innervation and functions of the superficial and deep flexors.
    6. Knee and Leg
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      [ 385 questions] - Clinical anatomy, topography, functions and more details related to the structures found in the knee and leg.
  3. Ankle and foot
    Ankle and foot
    The ankle is a region where the leg and foot meet. Both the ankle and foot are comprised of many structures including bones, muscles, blood vessels and nerves. More.
    1. Bones of the foot
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      Bones and ligaments of the foot.
    2. Calcaneus
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      Calcaneus seen from its lateral, medial, inferior and superior views.
    3. Talus
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      Talus seen from its lateral, medial, inferior and superior views.
    4. Muscles of the foot
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      Overview of the dorsal and plantar muscles of the foot.
    5. Arteries and nerves of the foot
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      Overview of the main arteries and nerves of the foot.
    6. Muscles of dorsum of the foot
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      Origins, insertions, innervation and functions of the dorsal muscles of the foot.
    7. Central muscles of the sole of the foot
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      Origins, insertions, innervation and functions of the central muscles of the sole of the foot.
    8. Medial muscles of the sole of the foot
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      Origins, insertions, innervation and functions of the medial muscles of the sole of the foot.
    9. Lateral muscles of the sole of the foot
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      Origins, insertions, innervation and functions of the lateral muscles of the sole of the foot.
    10. Ankle and foot
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      [220 questions] - Clinical anatomy, topography, functions and more details related to the structures found in the ankle and foot.
  4. Neurovasculature of lower limb
    Neurovasculature of lower limb
    The lower limbs are comprised of many structures that are supplied and innervated by arteries, veins and nerves which are found in this region of the body. More.
    1. Femoral artery and its branches
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      Overview of the femoral artery and its branches from an anterior view.
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