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Elbow: which side has common flexor origin FM (as in FM Radio): Flexor Medial, so Common Flexor Origin is on the medial side. Carpal bones "She Licks Toms Prick; Her Cu*t's Too Tight": Scaphoid Lunate Triquetrum Pisiform Hamate Capitate Trapezoid Trapezium Cubital fossa contents MBBR: · From medial to lateral: Median nerve Brachial artery Biceps tendon Radial nerve Interossei muscles: actions of dorsal vs. palmar in hand "PAd and DAb": The Palmar Adduct and the Dorsal Abduct. · Use your hand to dab with a pad. Brachial artery: recurrent and collateral branches "I Am Pretty Sexy" Inferior ulnar collateral artery goes with Anterior ulnar recurrent artery. Posterior ulnar recurrent artery goes with Superior ulnar collateral artery. · Alternatively: "I Am Pretty Smart". Flexor digitorum muscles: how they insert onto fingers · A little rhyme: Superficialis Splits in two, To Permit Profundus Passing through. Arm fractures: nerves affected by humerus fracture location ARM fracture: · From superior to inferior: Axillary: head of humerus
. lateral-to-medial: Trapezium Trapezoid Capitate Hamate Carpal bones "Some Lovers Try Positions That They Can't Handle": · Proximal row then distal row. both lateral-to-medial: Scaphoid Lunate Triquetrium Pisiform Trapezium Trapezoid Capate Hamate · Alternatively: "Scared Lovers..Radial: mid shaft Median: supracondular Hand: nerve lesions DR CUMA: Drop=Radial nerve Claw=Ulnar nerve Median nerve=Ape hand (or Apostol [preacher] hand) Carpal bones "Stop Letting Those People Touch The Cadaver's Hand": · Proximal row. ." Carpal bones "She Looks Too Pretty. lateral-to-medial: Scaphoid Lunate Triquetrum Pisiform · Distal row. both lateral-to-medial: Scaphoid Lunate Triquetrium Pisiform Trapezium Trapezoid Capate Hamate · Alternatively: "She Likes To Play. Try To Catch Her": · Proximal row then distal row. Try To Catch Her".
that is to flex the metacarpophalangeal joint and extend the interphalangeal joints.Carpal bones: trapezium vs. need to know which T is where: TrapeziUM is by the thUMB. Supination vs. TrapeziOID is inSIDE.": · Short head originates from coracoid process. · Long head originates from the supraglenoid cavity. . dorsals "3 on the P. Ulnar nerve to ulnar artery and radial nerve to radial artery relations Think "peripheral nerves": The ulnar nerve is "ulnar" to the ulnar artery. TrapezOID is by its SIDE. can see this makes an "L" shape. Biceps brachii muscle: origins "You walk shorter to a street corner. since L is for Lumbrical. relative to wrist nerves "The Palmaris between two Palmars": Palmaris longus is between the Palmar cutaneous branch of Ulnar nerve and Palmar cutaneous branch of Median nerve. Palmaris longus: location. When look at hand in this position. You ride longer on a superhighway. pronation Supination: palm to the Sun Pronation: palm to the Plants. trapezoid location · Since there's two T's in carpal bone mnemonic sentences. · Alternatively. and 4 Dorsal interossei. 4 on the Dor": There are 3 Palmar. TrapeziUM is by the thUMB. Elbow: muscles that flex it Three B's Bend the elBow: Brachialis Biceps Brachioradialis Radial nerve: muscles supplied (simplified) "BEST muscles": Brachioradialis Extensors Supinator Triceps Lumbricals action Lumbrical action is to hold a pea. Interossei muscles: number of palmars vs. Radial nerve is "radial" to the radial artery.
median: thenar]. median: heads of pronator teres]. ulna ends CRAzy TULips: OR CUTER: Capitalum = ULnar Trochlear = Radius Brachial artery is medial to biceps tendon "BAMBI": Brachial Artery is Medial to Biceps In elbow. Each has a palmar cutaneous nerve that pops off prematurely. Elbow joint: radius vs. Each enters forearm through two heads [ulnar: heads of flexor carpi ulnaris. Each supplies 2 lumbricals. Each supplies a palmaris [median: palmaris longus.Median and ulnar nerves: common features Each supply 1/2 of flexor digitorum profundus. Each makes two fingers claw when cut at wrist. Brachial plexus: branches of posterior cord STAR: Subscapular [upper and lower] Thoracodorsal Axillary Radial Lower limb: Leg: anterior muscles of leg "Tom's Hairy ANd Dirty Penis": T: Tibialis anterior H: extensor Hollicis longus AN: anterior tibial Artery &. deep fibular Nerve D: extensor Digitorum longus P: Peronius tertius [aka fibularis tertius]. Each supplies an eminence group of muscles [ulnar: hypothenar. ulnar: palmaris brevis]. Each has no branches in upper arm. .
Peroneal is on the leg. L2] Lateral femoral cutaneous [L2. L3] . I Get Laid On Fridays": Iliohypogastric [L1] Ilioinguinal [L1] Genitofemoral [L1. Perineal vs. Femoral triangle: contents NAVY: · In order from lateral to medial: Nerve Artery Vein Y of the groin · Alternatively: Y = Y-fronts [male underwear].Hip: lateral rotators "Pretty Girls Often Get Off Quickly": OR P gogo Q as per Dr . Lumbar plexus "I. hill or "Piece Goods Often Go On Quilts" or "Play Golf Or Go On Quaaludes": · From top to bottom: Piriformis Gemellus superior Obturator internus Gemellus inferior Obturator externus Quadradus femorus Femoral triangle: boundaries "So I May Always Love Sally": Superiorly: Inguinal ligament Medially: Adductor longus Laterally: Sartorius. peroneal Perineal is in between the legs.
superior to inferior. L3. medial to lateral): Talus Calcanous Navicular Medial cuneiform Intermediate cuneiform Lateral cuneifrom Cuboid =============================================== Tarsal bones "Traverse City (is) Noted (for) MIchigan's Lovely Cherries": Talus Calcaneus (new row) Navicular (new row) Medial Intermediate cuneiforms Lateral cuneiform Cuboid . L3. · Alternatively: "Interested In Getting Laid On Fridays?" Leg: anterior muscles of leg "The Hospitals Are Not Dirty Places": T: Tibialis anterior H: extensor Hallucis longus A: anterior tibial Artery N: deep fibular Nerve D: extensor Digitorum longus P: Peronius tertius [aka fibularis tertius] Inversion vs. L4] Femoral [L2.Obtruator [L2. L4] · Alternatively: "I twice Get Laid On Fridays". eversion muscles in leg Second letter rule for inversion/eversion: · Eversion muscles: pErineus longus pErineus brevis pErineus terius · Inversion muscles: tIbialis anterior tIbialis posterior Tarsal bones "Tall Californian Navy Medcial Interns Lay Cuties": · In order (right foot.
Popliteal fossa: muscles arrangement The two Semi's go together. Genu valgum vs. Semitendonosus is also medial. or Far rhymes with Var. 2 nerves from 3 roots: Obturator (L2.Tarsal tunnel: contents "Tiny Dogs Are Not Hunters": · From superior to inferior: T: Tibialis posterior F: flexor Digitorum longus A: posterior tibial Artery N: tibial Nerve H: flexor Hallucis longus Lumbar plexus roots "2 from 1. to remember which one is superficial: the Tendonosus is on Top.L3). Menisci attachments in knee "Each meniscus has something attached to it": The medial meniscus has the medial collateral ligament. Lateral Femoral (L2. Anterior to maleolus. so Soleus is for posture. so knees are far apart. Iliohypogastric (L1). · Varum (bowleg) is the other by default. Therefore. 2 from 2. The lateral meniscus is attached to the popliteal muscle. Gasoline is explosive. 2 from 3": 2 nerves from 1 root: Ilioinguinal (L1). Then the opposites of these go together: Small saphenous is posterior to the lateral maleolus.L3. small at malleolus "MAGdelaine has varicose veins" [The saphenous veins are important for varicose veins]: Medial maleolus. Tibia: muscles of pes anserinus (the muscles attached to tibia's medial side) "A Girl between Two Sargeants": Gracilus is between . Of the semi's. 2 nerves from 2 roots: Genitofemoral (L1. gastrocnemius muscle function "Stand on your Soles.L4). Saphenous veins: path of great vs. so Gastrocnemius is for explosive movement.L3.L2). Soleus vs.L4). Semimembranosus and Semitendonosus. The Membranosus is Medial and since the two semis go together. Femoral (L2. Biceps Femoris has to be lateral. and Great saphenous go together. genu vargum Genu valGUM (knock-knee): knees are GUMmed together. Explosive gas": You stand on soles of your shoes.
Sartorius and Semitendonosus Femoral artery deep branches "Put My Leg Down Please": Profundus femoris (deep femoral artery) Medial circumflex femoral artery Lateral circumflex femoral artery Descending genicular arteries Perforating arteries .