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Popliteal Fossa
1 it has a triangular outline
2 its fascial roof is pierced by the long saphenous vein
3 its fascial roof is pierced by th...
1 it has a triangular outline
F
2 its fascial roof is pierced by the long saphenous vein
F
3 its fascial roof is pierced b...
1 normally lies anterior to the popliteal vein
2 normally lies anterior to the popliteus muscle
3 supplies the gastrocnemi...
1 normally lies anterior to the popliteal vein
T
2 normally lies anterior to the popliteus muscle
F
3 supplies the gastroc...
1 the overlying skin is supplied by the posterior cutaneous nerve of the thigh
2 the sural nerve is seen between the two h...
1 the overlying skin is supplied by the posterior cutaneous nerve of the thigh
T
2 the sural nerve is seen between the two...
1 the upper medial boundary is made up of two muscles
2 the distal angle is where the two heads of gastrocnemius meet
3 th...
1 the upper medial boundary is made up of two muscles
T
2 the distal angle is where the two heads of gastrocnemius meet
T
...
1 is the direct continuation of the profunda femoris artery
2 lies superficial to the popliteal vein
3 enters the poplitea...
1 is the direct continuation of the profunda femoris artery
F
2 lies superficial to the popliteal vein
F
3 enters the popl...
1 the origin of the popliteal vein is at the junction of the anterior tibial vein and short
saphenous vein
2 it is the mos...
1 the origin of the popliteal vein is at the junction of the anterior tibial vein and short
saphenous vein F
2 it is the m...
1 its lower medial boundary is formed by the plantaris and medial head of gastrocnemius
2 the common peroneal nerve runs i...
1 its lower medial boundary is formed by the plantaris and medial head of gastrocnemius
F
2 the common peroneal nerve runs...
1 contains an artery which commences in the femoral triangle
2 contains a nerve which innervates the skin over the medial ...
1 contains an artery which commences in the femoral triangle
T
2 contains a nerve which innervates the skin over the media...
1 the short saphenous vein drains directly into the popliteal vein
2 the popliteal vein lies deep to the tibial nerve
3 th...
1 the short saphenous vein drains directly into the popliteal vein
T
2 the popliteal vein lies deep to the tibial nerve
T
...
1 The muscle which forms the upper lateral boundary of the fossa is inserted onto the
fibular head
2 the muscle which form...
1 The muscle which forms the upper lateral boundary of the fossa is inserted onto the
fibular head
T
2 the muscle which fo...
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Questions: Popliteal Fossa

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  1. 1. Questions Popliteal Fossa
  2. 2. 1 it has a triangular outline 2 its fascial roof is pierced by the long saphenous vein 3 its fascial roof is pierced by the short saphenous vein 4 it contains lymph nodes 5 the biceps femoris muscle/tendon forms one of its boundaries Concerning the popliteal fossa:
  3. 3. 1 it has a triangular outline F 2 its fascial roof is pierced by the long saphenous vein F 3 its fascial roof is pierced by the short saphenous vein T 4 it contains lymph nodes T 5 the biceps femoris muscle/tendon forms one of its boundaries T Concerning the popliteal fossa: The popliteal fossa has a diamond shaped outline. The fascial roof of the popliteal fossa is pierced by the short saphenous vein, not the long saphenous vein.
  4. 4. 1 normally lies anterior to the popliteal vein 2 normally lies anterior to the popliteus muscle 3 supplies the gastrocnemius muscle through the sural arteries 4 is closely applied to the oblique popliteal ligament 5 lies medial to biceps femoris tendon The popliteal artery:
  5. 5. 1 normally lies anterior to the popliteal vein T 2 normally lies anterior to the popliteus muscle F 3 supplies the gastrocnemius muscle through the sural arteries T 4 is closely applied to the oblique popliteal ligament T 5 lies medial to biceps femoris tendon T The popliteal artery: The oblique popliteal ligament is an extension from the tendon of semimembranosus which blends with the outer surface of the posterior aspect of the capsule of the knee joint. The popliteal artery lies immediately behind the oblique popliteal ligament.
  6. 6. 1 the overlying skin is supplied by the posterior cutaneous nerve of the thigh 2 the sural nerve is seen between the two heads of gastrocnemius 3 the tendon of popliteus is attached to the medial meniscus 4 semitendinosus contributes to the upper lateral boundary of the popliteal fossa 5 the popliteal vein is superficial to the tibial nerve Concerning the popliteal region:
  7. 7. 1 the overlying skin is supplied by the posterior cutaneous nerve of the thigh T 2 the sural nerve is seen between the two heads of gastrocnemius T 3 the tendon of popliteus is attached to the medial meniscus F 4 semitendinosus contributes to the upper lateral boundary of the popliteal fossa F 5 the popliteal vein is superficial to the tibial nerve F Concerning the popliteal region: The tendon of popliteus is attached to the back of the lateral meniscus, not medial meniscus.
  8. 8. 1 the upper medial boundary is made up of two muscles 2 the distal angle is where the two heads of gastrocnemius meet 3 the roof of the popliteal fossa is called the cribriform fascia 4 biceps femoris forms the upper medial boundary 5 the lateral head of gastrocnemius forms the upper lateral boundary Concerning the boundaries of the popliteal fossa:
  9. 9. 1 the upper medial boundary is made up of two muscles T 2 the distal angle is where the two heads of gastrocnemius meet T 3 the roof of the popliteal fossa is called the cribriform fascia F 4 biceps femoris forms the upper medial boundary F 5 the lateral head of gastrocnemius forms the upper lateral boundary F Concerning the boundaries of the popliteal fossa: The two muscles which make up the upper medial boundary are semimembranosus and semitendinosus. The roof of the popliteal fossa is called the popliteal fascia. Biceps femoris forms the upper lateral boundary of the popliteal fossa, not the upper medial boundary. The lateral head of gastrocnemius forms the lower lateral boundary, not the upper lateral boundary.
  10. 10. 1 is the direct continuation of the profunda femoris artery 2 lies superficial to the popliteal vein 3 enters the popliteal fossa through the hiatus in the adductor longus tendon 4 gives rise to the genicular arteries 5 is better felt in the extended knee than in the flexed knee The popliteal artery:
  11. 11. 1 is the direct continuation of the profunda femoris artery F 2 lies superficial to the popliteal vein F 3 enters the popliteal fossa through the hiatus in the adductor longus tendon F 4 gives rise to the genicular arteries T 5 is better felt in the extended knee than in the flexed knee F The popliteal artery: The popliteal artery is the direct continuation of the femoral artery, not the profunda femoris artery. It is much better felt in the flexed knee than in the extended one. The popliteal artery enters the popliteal fossa through the hiatus of the adductor magnus muscle, not the adductor longus muscle.
  12. 12. 1 the origin of the popliteal vein is at the junction of the anterior tibial vein and short saphenous vein 2 it is the most superficial of the structures found within the popliteal fossa 3 it receives the short saphenous vein 4 it continues proximally as the femoral vein 5 it lies in front of the popliteal artery Concerning the popliteal vein:
  13. 13. 1 the origin of the popliteal vein is at the junction of the anterior tibial vein and short saphenous vein F 2 it is the most superficial of the structures found within the popliteal fossa F 3 it receives the short saphenous vein T 4 it continues proximally as the femoral vein T 5 it lies in front of the popliteal artery F Concerning the popliteal vein: The popliteal vein is formed by the confluence of the anterior tibial and posterior tibial veins. The most superficial structures in the popliteal fossa are the two branches of the sciatic nerve (tibial nerve and common peroneal nerve) The popliteal artery lies in front of the popliteal vein.
  14. 14. 1 its lower medial boundary is formed by the plantaris and medial head of gastrocnemius 2 the common peroneal nerve runs in the fossa just medial to the biceps femoris tendon 3 the terminal bifurcation of the popliteal artery usually occurs proximal to the line of the knee joint 4 soleus forms part of the floor of the popliteal fossa 5 popliteus forms part of the floor of the fossa Concerning the popliteal fossa:
  15. 15. 1 its lower medial boundary is formed by the plantaris and medial head of gastrocnemius F 2 the common peroneal nerve runs in the fossa just medial to the biceps femoris tendon T 3 the terminal bifurcation of the popliteal artery usually occurs proximal to the line of the knee joint F 4 soleus forms part of the floor of the popliteal fossa F 5 popliteus forms part of the floor of the fossa T Concerning the popliteal fossa:
  16. 16. 1 contains an artery which commences in the femoral triangle 2 contains a nerve which innervates the skin over the medial malleolus 3 contains a vein which enters the adductor canal 4 contains lymph nodes 5 contains a nerve which supplies both heads of the gastrocnemius muscle The popliteal fossa:
  17. 17. 1 contains an artery which commences in the femoral triangle T 2 contains a nerve which innervates the skin over the medial malleolus F 3 contains a vein which enters the adductor canal T 4 contains lymph nodes T 5 contains a nerve which supplies both heads of the gastrocnemius muscle T The popliteal fossa:
  18. 18. 1 the short saphenous vein drains directly into the popliteal vein 2 the popliteal vein lies deep to the tibial nerve 3 the popliteal vein receives veins which drain the knee joint 4 the popliteal vein is formed by the confluence of the anterior tibial and long saphenous veins 5 the popliteal vein lacks valves Concerning the popliteal vein and its tributaries:
  19. 19. 1 the short saphenous vein drains directly into the popliteal vein T 2 the popliteal vein lies deep to the tibial nerve T 3 the popliteal vein receives veins which drain the knee joint T 4 the popliteal vein is formed by the confluence of the anterior tibial and long saphenous veins F 5 the popliteal vein lacks valves F Concerning the popliteal vein and its tributaries: The popliteal vein is formed by the confluence of the anterior tibial vein and posterior tibial vein. It receives the genicular veins which drain the knee joint. The popliteal vein contains valves.
  20. 20. 1 The muscle which forms the upper lateral boundary of the fossa is inserted onto the fibular head 2 the muscle which forms the lower medial boundary contributes to the tendo calcaneus 3 the muscle which forms the lower lateral boundary is innervated by the common peroneal nerve 4 the muscles which forms the upper medial boundary of the fossa are innervated by the femoral nerve 5 the muscles which forms the upper medial boundary of the fossa are attached to the medial meniscus Concerning the muscular boundaries of the popliteal fossa:
  21. 21. 1 The muscle which forms the upper lateral boundary of the fossa is inserted onto the fibular head T 2 the muscle which forms the lower medial boundary contributes to the tendo calcaneus T 3 the muscle which forms the lower lateral boundary is innervated by the common peroneal nerve F 4 the muscles which forms the upper medial boundary of the fossa are innervated by the femoral nerve F 5 the muscles which forms the upper medial boundary of the fossa are attached to the medial meniscus F Concerning the muscular boundaries of the popliteal fossa: Biceps femoris which forms the upper lateral boundary of the popliteal fossa is inserted onto the head of fibula. The medial head of gastrocnemius forms the lower medial boundary of the fossa and does indeed contribute to the tendo calcaneus. The lower lateral boundary of the fossa is formed by the lateral head of gastrocnemius and plantaris. Both muscles are innervated by the tibial nerve, not common peroneal nerve. The upper medial boundary of the popliteal fossa is formed by the semitendinosus and semimembranosus, neither of which is attached to the medial meniscus. Both muscles are innervated by the tibial nerve not femoral nerve.

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