Abd wall, anterior & medial thigh class

  • View

  • Download

Embed Size (px)



Text of Abd wall, anterior & medial thigh class

  • 1. Anterior & Medial Thigh Abdominal Wall In-Class
  • 2. Which of the following attaches to the iliac crest? Psoas major Psoas minor Iliacus Quadratus lumborum
  • 3. Which muscle is most superficial? A. External oblique B. Internal oblique C. Transversus abdominis D. Rectus abdominis
  • 4. Drake: Fig. 5.21 Which of the following is the anterior superior iliac spine (ASIS)? A B C D
  • 5. Which of the following is the insertion for iliopsoas? Drake: Fig. 6.51 A D C B
  • 6. A. Greater trochanter of femur B. Iliac crest C. Lumbar spinous processes D. Lumbar transverse processes Which of the following is an attachment of psoas major?
  • 7. Psoas Major Drake: Fig. 6.56
  • 8. What is the innervation of iliacus? A. Femoral B. Sciatic C. Common peroneal D. Obturator
  • 9. What muscle forms the inguinal ligament? A. External abdominal oblique B. Iliopsoas C. Semimembranosus D. Transversus abdominis
  • 10. Arteries
  • 11. Drake: Fig. 4.12 Abdominal Aorta Common Iliac Artery External Iliac Artery Internal Iliac Artery Femoral Artery
  • 12. Femoral Artery Continuation of external iliac artery Passes deep to inguinal ligament Branch: Deep artery of thigh (profunda femoris) Drake: Fig. 6.62
  • 13. Branches: Deep Artery of Thigh Lateral circumflex femoral artery Medial circumflex femoral artery Perforating arteries Drake: Fig. 6.63
  • 14. Obturator Artery Drake: Fig. 6.64
  • 15. Nerves
  • 16. Femoral Nerve Branches: Anterior cutaneous branches Motor nerves Saphenous nerve Drake: Fig. 6.65
  • 17. Drake: Fig. 6.66 Obturator Nerve
  • 18. Femoral Triangle Drake: Fig. 6.124