An 84-year-old woman slips and falls fracturing her left ischial tuberosity. Discuss the anatomy of the posterior compartment of the thigh, including bony landmarks, muscle attachments, actions, innervation, vasculature, relationships and provide an account of symptoms the woman may experience as a result of her injury.
A 32-year-old man suffers a laceration posterior to his right knee. As he is being rushed to the hospital, he notices that he has extreme difficulty flexing his right knee as well as a loss of sensation on the posterior aspect of his right leg. Discuss the anatomy of the popliteal fossa, including boundaries, contents, musculature, vascular supply, innervation, lymphatics and relationships as well as a potential diagnosis for the symptoms he is reporting.