Femur Anatomy: Bony Landmarks & Muscle Attachment

The femur is classed as a long bone, only bone in the thigh, and the longest bone in the body. Its length varies from one-fourth to one-third of that of the body; The main function[...]

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Ligaments of the Hip joints

Hip Joint:Anatomy,Movement & Muscle involvement

The hip joint is a ball and socket variety of synovial joint, formed by an articulation between the acetabulum of the pelvic bone and the head of the femur.

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muscle attachment of tibia

Tibia Anatomy: Bony Landmarks & Muscle Attachment

The tibia is the main bone of the leg, It has a proximal – distal ends and a shaft, articulating at the knee in proximal and ankle joints in the distal end.It is the second[...]

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bones of the lower limb

Lower Limb: Bones,Muscles,Joints & Nerves

There are 64 bones  in the lower limb Hip bone (2) Femur (2) Patella (2) Tibia (2) Fibula (2) Tarsals (16) Metatarsals (10) Proximal phalanges (10) Intermediate phalanges (10) Distal phalanges (8)  

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Anatomical snuffbox content

Anatomical Snuffbox Content & Boundaries

The anatomical snuff box is a triangular depression found on the radial, dorsal aspect of the hand at the level of the carpal bones.Anatomical snuff box is best seen when the thumb is abducted.The name[...]

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Ulnar nerve entrapment

Ulnar nerve:Course,Motor,Sensory & Common Injuries

The ulnar nerve is a comprehensive peripheral nerve of the upper limb. The ulnar collateral ligament of the elbow joint is in conjunction with the ulnar nerve. The nerve is the extensive unprotected nerve in[...]

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Tactile sensation

Tactile Sensation:Defination,Types & Examples

Tactile sensation is divisible into- 1.Non-discrimination (crude) touch 2.Two-point discriminative (fine) touch.

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Upper Limb

Joints of the Upper Limb: Anatomy,Movement & Ligament involvement

Upper Limb Joints are-

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Osteoarthritis and Rheumatoid Arthritis Question

MCQ.Osteoarthritis and Rheumatoid Arthritis Question with Answer P.4

1.Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is different from some other forms of arthritis because of it… A.Is more painful than other forms B.Occurs below the waist C.Is symmetrical, affecting the right and left sides of the body[...]

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Upper Limb Bones

Upper Limb Bones Anatomy & Muscle Attachment

The upper limb consists of 64 bones – Clavicle -2 Scapula-2 Humerus-2 Radius-2 Ulna-2  

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