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1513 Chp 7

RTE 1513 Chp 7 review

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Number of bones: Phalanges 14
Number of bones:Tarsals 7
Number of bones:Metatarsals 5
Number of bones: Total hand 26
Two differences in the phalanges of the foot as compared to the hand Phalanges of the foot smaller and have limited movement
which tuberosity of the foot is palpable and a common site of foot trauma Tuberosity of the Base of the fifth metatarsal
Where are the seasmoid bones of the foot most commonly located Planter surface , head of the first metatarsal
What is the largest and strongest tarsal bone Calcaneus
What is the name of the joint found between the talus and calcaneus Subtalar
Three specific articular facets found in the Subtalar joint Posterior articular facet, Anterior facet, middle facet
Small opening or space, found in the middle of the Subtalar joint Sinus Tarsi
Forms an aspect of the ankle joint Talus
The smallest of the cuneiforms Intermediate cuneiform
Found on the medial side of the foot between the talus Navicular
The largest of the cuneiforms Medial cuneiform
Articulates with second, third and fourth metatarsal lateral cuneiform
The most superior tarsal bone Talus
Articulates with the first metatarsal medial cuneiform
Common site for bone spurs Calcaneus
A tarsal found anterior to the calcaneus and lateral to the lateral cuneiform Cuboid
The second largest tarsal bone Talus
The calcaneus articulates with the talus and the Cuboid
List the two arches of the foot Londitudinal and Transverse arches
Which three bones make up the ankle joints Talus, tibia and fibula
The 3 bones of the ankle form a deep socket into which the talus fits. This socket is called Ankle Mortise
The cuboid articulates with how many bones of the foot Four
The distal tibial joint surface forming the roof of the distal ankle joint is called Tibial plafond
The ankle joint is classified as a _______ joint with _______ type movement synovial, sellar
The _____ is the weight-bearing bone of the lower leg Tibia
What is the name of the large prominence located on the midanterior surface of the proximal tibia that serves as a distal attachment for the patellar tendon Tibial tuberosity
What is the name of the small prominence located on the posterolateral aspect of the medial condyle of the femur that is an IDing landmark to determine possible rotation of a lateral knee Adducter tubercle
Small triangular depression located on the tibia that helps form the distal tibiofibular joint is called the Fibular notch
The articular facet of the proximal tibia are also referred to as the Tibial plateau
The articular facets slope _____ degrees posteriorly 10-15
The most proximal aspect of the fibula is the____. Apex
the extreme distal end of the fibula forms the_____. lateral malleolus
What is the name of the larges sesamoid bone in the body Patella
What are the two other names for the patellar surface of the femur Intercondylar sulcus and trochlear grove
Why most the central ray be angles 5-7 degrees cephalad for a lateral knee post. To superimpose condyles
The slightly raised area located on the posterolateral aspect of the medial femoral condlyle is called the Adductor tubercle
What are the two palpable bony landmarks found on the distal femur medial epicondlyes and lateral epicondyles
The general region of the posterior knee is called the Popliteal surface
Flexion of ____ degrees would move the patella down farther over the distal portion of the femur 90 degress
The _____ acts like a pivot to increase the leverage of a large muscle found in the anterior thigh Patella
the inner posterior surface of the patella is ____ compared to the anterior surface Smooth
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