Plantar Ligament & Nerves – Biology Quiz

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Nerves, Plantar Ligament, Muscle

The key terms of this Biology quiz include Knee, Nerves, Plantar Ligament, Tibia, Muscle, Artery, Veins.


Which item would be considered a secondary restraint type of stabilizing structure of knee joint

Menisci


Nerves of lumbosacral plexus are formed from

Ventral rami


Which ligament of the plantar foot lies deep to the long plantar ligament and is largely obscured from view when looking at plantar dissection

Plantar calcaneocuboid ligament


The anterior cruciate ligament of the knee attaches _______ then passes ______ to attach to the _______.

Anteriorly of tibia, superior and laterally, lateral femoral condyle


The meaning of Saphenous from Greek is _____

Plain, visible or evident


Talocrural descibes the articulation of the ______ to the ______

Talus, leg


Which spinal levels serve the sciatic nerve.

L4, L5, S1, S2, S3


Which nerve passes through the fibular tunnel

Common fibular nerve


Which lower extremity nerves are solely sensory below the knee?

Sural and saphenous n.


Which group of five structures attach to the head of fibular

LCL of knee, biceps femoris tendon, arcuate ligament, soleus, fibularis longus muscle


The hamstring portion of adductor magnus is similar to the other long hamstrings for which reason or reasons

Same innervation, same proximal attachment, and same function at the hip


Which nerve has no motor function distal to the knee

Femoral nerve


The supply of arterial blood directly into the anterior tibial artery is from the _____artery

Popliteal


Which motion do the adductor brevis and longs cause in the transverse plane

Hip internal rotation


Which group of structures represent the major motor nerves of the lower extremity

Femoral, obturator, sciatic n


Which lower extremity muscles feature dual motor innervation

Adductor magnus and pectineus


Which veins are more at risk for having DVT develop within them?

Fibular and posterior tibial veins


Which muscle occupies the most lateral position in the deep compartment of the shank

Flexor hallucis longus



Which item would be considered a secondary restraint type of stabilizing structure of knee joint

Menisci


Nerves of lumbosacral plexus are formed from

Ventral rami


Which ligament of the plantar foot lies deep to the long plantar ligament and is largely obscured from view when looking at plantar dissection

Plantar calcaneocuboid ligament


The anterior cruciate ligament of the knee attaches _______ then passes ______ to attach to the _______.

Anteriorly of tibia, superior and laterally, lateral femoral condyle


The meaning of Saphenous from Greek is _____

Plain, visible or evident


Talocrural descibes the articulation of the ______ to the ______

Talus, leg


Which spinal levels serve the sciatic nerve.

L4, L5, S1, S2, S3


Which nerve passes through the fibular tunnel

Common fibular nerve


Which lower extremity nerves are solely sensory below the knee?

Sural and saphenous n.


Which group of five structures attach to the head of fibular

LCL of knee, biceps femoris tendon, arcuate ligament, soleus, fibularis longus muscle


The hamstring portion of adductor magnus is similar to the other long hamstrings for which reason or reasons

Same innervation, same proximal attachment, and same function at the hip


Which nerve has no motor function distal to the knee

Femoral nerve


The supply of arterial blood directly into the anterior tibial artery is from the _____artery

Popliteal


Which motion do the adductor brevis and longs cause in the transverse plane

Hip internal rotation


Which group of structures represent the major motor nerves of the lower extremity

Femoral, obturator, sciatic n


Which lower extremity muscles feature dual motor innervation

Adductor magnus and pectineus


Which veins are more at risk for having DVT develop within them?

Fibular and posterior tibial veins


Which muscle occupies the most lateral position in the deep compartment of the shank

Flexor hallucis longus


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