Lower limb anatomy

Lower limb anatomy
(overview)

Lower limb bones

Correct way to study bone

Hip Bone - Ilium

Hip Bone - Ischium

Hip Bone - Pubis

Femur Bone (chart)

Tibia Bone

Fibula Bone (chart)

Muscles of Lower Limb

All lower limb muscles &
These nerve supply

Sole muscles

How to remember
origin and insertion of muscles

Nerve Plexus of Lower Limb

All nerve plexus - Overview

Lumbar plexus (chart)

Sacral plexus (chart)

Patellar plexus

Common peroneal nerve

Femoral nerve

Sciatic nerve

Obturator nerve

Tibial nerve

Foot drop

Retinaculum of Lower Limb

Flexor retinaculum - chart

Extensor retinaculum - chart

Peroneal retinaculum - chart

Boundaries and content

Overview

Femoral triangle, sheath & canal

Adductor canal

Popliteal fossa

Arches of Foot

Medial longitudinal arch

Lateral longitudinal arch

Blood Supply of Lower Limb

Whole body blood supply
(Overview)

Femoral artery

Dorsalis Pedis artery

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Whole Body Blood Supply : CHART

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Lower Limb Artery : CHART

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Femoral Artery

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Profunda or deep Femoris Artery

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Trochanteric and Cruciate Anastomosis

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Genicular Anastomosis / anastomosis around knee joint

Venous Drainage of Lower Limb Limb

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Lower Limb Veins : Great Saphenous Vein

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Venous Cut Down

Joints of Lower Limb

Hip joint

Knee joint

locking and unlocking of
knee joint

Talo calcaneo navicular joint

Inversion and eversion of foot

Other Topics

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Pes Anserine Bursa

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