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C. D. E. 3] Palmar aponeurosis Volar carpal ligament Flexor retinaculum Extensor retinaculum Deep fascia Just lateral to the flexor carpi radialis tendon Must medial to the flexor carpi radialis tendon Just medial to the flexor palmaris longus tendon Just lateral to the flexor carpi ulnaris tendon Just medial to the flexor carpi ulnaris tendon If the median nerve were severed in an industrial accident at the wrist, which of the following muscles would still retain their function? A. B. C. D. E.

The ACL passes from the posterior aspect of the distal femur to the intercondylar region of the anterior aspect of the proximal tibia; it limits anterior movement of the tibia in relation to the femur. Thus, on examination, this patient exhibits the “anterior drawer sign,” or excessive anterior mobility of the tibia with the knee flexed. This injury will usually require surgical repair. APPROACH TO THE KNEE JOINT Objectives 1. 2. Be able to describe the anatomy of the knee joint, including the bones, ligaments, possible movements, and the muscles responsible for these movements.

There is no fracture, and the humeral head is superimposed on the scapular neck. ◆ ◆ Most likely diagnosis: Glenohumeral joint dislocation (shoulder dislocation) Most likely nerve injured: Axillary nerve CLINICAL CORRELATION The shoulder is the most commonly dislocated large joint of the body, and is most commonly dislocated in an anterior direction. Typically, the dislocation is also inferior such that the humeral head is located inferior and lateral to the coracoid process. The humeral head will often have an infraglenoid and infraclavicular position.

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