Superior Lateral Brachial Cutaneous Nerve
From: Axillary Nerve
Location: Lower posterior border of deltoid muscle
Supplies: skin of upper-lateral aspect of arm
Medial Antebrachial Cutaneous Nerve
From: Medial Nerve
Supplies: medial aspect of forearm
Friends: basilica vein
Lateral Antebrachial Cutaneous Nerve
From: Musculocutaneous Nerve
Supplies: skin of lateral aspect of forearm
Friends: cephalic vein
Posterior Antebrachial Cutaneous Nerve
From: Radial nerve
Supplies: skin of posterior aspect of forearm, particularly the skin adjacent to midline
Superficial Radial Nerve
From: radial nerve
Located: deep to brachioradialis m.
Supplies: dorsal skin of radial or lateral 2 ½ digits and associated dorsum of hand
Dorsal Cutaneous Branch of Ulnar Nerve
From: ulnar nerve
Located: medial aspect of forearm just above wrist
Supplies: skin of medial or ulnar 2 ½ digits and associated dorsum of hand
Palmar Digital Branches of Ulnar Nerve
From: Ulnar Nerve
Supplies: Skin of medial or ulnar 1 ½ digits on palmar side and associated palm of hand
Palmar Digital Branch of Median Nerve
From: Median Nerve
Supplies: skin of lateral or radial 3 ½ digits on palmar side and associated palm of hand
What muscle and Nerve and involved in Foot drop?
Muscle: Tibialis Anterior
Nerve: Deep Peroneal
What artery do you use to take the pedal pulse?
Dorsalis Pedis A.
The anterior tibial artery and what nerve are friends?
Deep peroneal nerve
The common peroneal nerve splits into what two nerves and at what place?
Splits into the superficial and deep peroneal nerve at the neck of the fibula.
At what place does the femoral artery split into the popliteal artery?
At the Adductor hiatus
The anterior and posterior tibial arteries split at what muscle?
What artery changes names at the inguinal ligament?
The external iliac A. becomes the femoral A.
What arteries come off the popliteal artery?
The genicular arteries which surround the knee
The common peroneal nerve arises from what nerve?
Sciatic nerve (separates before the knee)
What cutaneous nerve feeds the skin of the lateral leg?
Lateral sural cutaneous nerve
The common peroneal nerve may give branches to what three nerves?
Extensor digitorum longus
What 9 things are located in the popliteal fossa?
Common peroneal nerve, tibial nerve, popliteal vein, popliteal artery, small saphenous vein, lymph node, bursae and fat, posterior femoral cutaneous nerve, and genicular branch of the obturator nerve.
What are the most superficial and deep structures in the popliteal fossa?
Most superficial: Tibial nerve
Most deep: Popliteal artery
What are the boundaries of the popliteal fossa?
Lateral: Biceps (superiorly) and Gastrocnemius (inferiorly)
Medial: Semimembranosus, semitendinosus (above), and medial head of the gastrocnemius (below)
Roof: Deep fascia, penetrated by small saphenous vein
Floor: popliteus muscle and femur