Upper Limb and Back: Collaborative Studies - Class of 2010

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Essay Questions

Back

  1. Discuss the structure, relationships, innervation (sensory and motor), vasculature, and lymphatics of the cervical, thoracic, and lumbar vertebrae.
  2. Discuss the stabilization of the vertebral column.
  3. Attachments and relationships of the superior nuchal line
  4. Discuss the structure, relationships, innervation (sensory and motor), vasculature, and lymphatics of the superficial, intermediate, and deep muscles of the back.
  5. Discuss rotation of the scapula by the trapezius muscle.
  6. Discuss the anatomy of the erector spinae muscles. Include relationships, fascial specializations, vascularization, innervation, lymphatics, movements, and compensation in the case of nerve injury.
  7. Discuss the anatomy of the superior and inferior posterior serratus muscles. Include relationships, fascial specializations, vascularization, innervation, lymphatics, movements, and compensation in the case of nerve injury.
  8. Discuss the anatomy of the rhomboideus major and minor muscles. Include relationships, fascial specializations, vascularization, innervation, lymphatics, movements, and compensation in the case of nerve injury.
  9. Discuss the anatomy of the levator scapula muscle. Include relationships, fascial specializations, vascularization, innervation, lymphatics, movements, and compensation in the case of nerve injury.

Suboccipital Region and Vertebral Canal

  1. Discuss the stabilization of the vertebral column.
  2. Discuss the contents, structure, relationships, innervation (sensory and motor), vasculature, and lymphatics of the vertebral canal.
  3. Discuss the structure, relationships, innervation (sensory and motor), vasculature, and lymphatics of the intervertebral disc.
  4. Discuss the contents, structure, relationships, innervation (sensory and motor), vasculature, and lymphatics of the suboccipital triangle.
  5. Discuss the location and facial barriers penetrated by lumbar puncture.
  6. Discuss the arterial augmentation to the spinal cord.
  7. Discuss the internal and external vertebral venous plexuses in relation to the spread of infection or metastatic desease.
  8. Discuss the stabilization of the spinal cord within the spinal canal.

Scapular Region

  1. Discuss the anatomy of the scapular region. Include fascial specializations, vascularization, innervation, lymphatics, muscles and movements, and compensation in the case of nerve injury.
  2. Discuss the surface anatomy of the upper limb.
  3. Discuss the definitions for parts of the upper limb.
  4. Discuss the clinical significance of the cubital fossa.
  5. Discuss anatomical position with reference to the upper limb.
  6. Discuss the cutaneous innervation to the upper limb. Include the parent nerves and how paraesthesias of the upper limb can aid diagnosis.
  7. Discuss the superficial venous drainage of the upper limb. Provide mention of clinical significance.
  8. Discuss the anatomy of the deltoid muscle. Include relationships, fascial specializations, vascularization, innervation, lymphatics, movements, and compensation in the case of nerve injury.
  9. Discuss the anatomy of the supraspnatus muscle. Include relationships, fascial specializations, vascularization, innervation, lymphatics, movements, and compensation in the case of nerve injury.
  10. Discuss the anatomy of the infraspinatus muscle. Include relationships, fascial specializations, vascularization, innervation, lymphatics, movements, and compensation in the case of nerve injury.
  11. Discuss the anatomy of the teres minor muscle. Include relationships, fascial specializations, vascularization, innervation, lymphatics, movements, and compensation in the case of nerve injury.
  12. Discuss the anatomy of the teres major muscle. Include relationships, fascial specializations, vascularization, innervation, lymphatics, movements, and compensation in the case of nerve injury.
  13. Discuss the scapular anastomosis. Include discussion of blood flow in the normal case and in the case of ligation of the axillary artery.

Axilla and Brachial Plexus

  1. Discuss the anatomy of the axilla. Include contents, relationships, boundaries, fascial specializations, vascularization, innervation, lymphatics, muscles and movements, and compensation in the case of nerve injury.
  2. Discuss the brachial plexus. Include parts, boundaries, relationships, fascial specializations, vascularization, muscles and movements, and compensation in the case of nerve injury.
  3. Discuss the subscapularis muscle. Include fascial specializations, relationships, vascularization, innervation, lymphatics, movements, and compensation in the case of nerve injury.
  4. Discuss the pectoralis minor muscle. Include fascial specializations, relationships, vascularization, innervation, lymphatics, movements, and compensation in the case of nerve injury.
  5. Discuss the coracobrachialis muscle. Include fascial specializations, relationships, vascularization, innervation, lymphatics, movements, and compensation in the case of nerve injury.
  6. Discuss the short head of biceps muscle. Include fascial specializations, relationships, vascularization, innervation, lymphatics, movements, and compensation in the case of nerve injury.
  7. Discuss the pectoralis major muscle. Include fascial specializations, relationships, vascularization, innervation, lymphatics, movements, and compensation in the case of nerve injury.
  8. Discuss the latissimus dorsi muscle. Include fascial specializations, relationships, vascularization, innervation, lymphatics, movements, and compensation in the case of nerve injury.
  9. Discuss the serratus anterior muscle. Include fascial specializations, relationships, vascularization, innervation, lymphatics, movements, and compensation in the case of nerve injury.
  10. Discuss the teres major muscle. Include fascial specializations, relationships, vascularization, innervation, lymphatics, movements, and compensation in the case of nerve injury.
  11. Discuss the branching of the axillary artery. Include relationships, fascial specializations, relationships, lymphatics, movements, and collateral circulation in the case of injury.
  12. Discuss the contents of the axillary sheath, provide relations within the sheath.
  13. Discuss the path of the posterior cord of the brachial plexus and its branches in the axilla, shoulder, and proximal upper extremity.
  14. Discuss the vascular and nervous injuries possible by a fracture at the surgical neck of the humerus.

Arm and Cubital Fossa

  1. Discuss the posterior compartment of the arm. Include contents, compartments, relationships, boundaries, fascial specializations, vascularization, innervation, lymphatics, muscles and movements, and compensation in the case of nerve injury.
  2. Discuss the anterior compartment of the arm. Include contents, compartments, relationships, boundaries, fascial specializations, vascularization, innervation, lymphatics, muscles and movements, and compensation in the case of nerve injury.
  3. Discuss the short head of biceps muscle. Include fascial specializations, relationships, vascularization, innervation, lymphatics, movements, and compensation in the case of nerve injury.
  4. Discuss the long head of the biceps muscle. Include fascial specializations, relationships, vascularization, innervation, lymphatics, movements, and compensation in the case of nerve injury.
  5. Discuss the long head of the triceps muscle. Include fascial specializations, relationships, vascularization, innervation, lymphatics, movements, and compensation in the case of nerve injury.
  6. Discuss the lateral head of the triceps muscle. Include fascial specializations, relationships, vascularization, innervation, lymphatics, movements, and compensation in the case of nerve injury.
  7. Discuss the medial head of the triceps muscle. Include fascial specializations, relationships, vascularization, innervation, lymphatics, movements, and compensation in the case of nerve injury.
  8. Discuss the brachialis muscle. Include fascial specializations, relationships, vascularization, innervation, lymphatics, movements, and compensation in the case of nerve injury.
  9. Discuss the anconeus muscle. Include fascial specializations, relationships, vascularization, innervation, lymphatics, movements, and compensation in the case of nerve injury.
  10. Discuss the brachioradialis muscle. Include fascial specializations, relationships, vascularization, innervation, lymphatics, movements, and compensation in the case of nerve injury.
  11. Discuss the pronator teres muscle. Include fascial specializations, relationships, vascularization, innervation, lymphatics, movements, and compensation in the case of nerve injury.
  12. Discuss the supinator muscle. Include fascial specializations, relationships, vascularization, innervation, lymphatics, movements, and compensation in the case of nerve injury.
  13. Discuss the brachial artery and its branches. Include relationships, fascial specializations, and collateral circulation.
  14. Discuss the profunda brachii artery and its branches. Include relationships, fascial specializations, and collateral circulation.
  15. Discuss the musculocutaneous nerve in the arm. Include relationships, fascial specializations, movements, and compensation for nerve injury.
  16. Discuss the radial nerve in the arm. Include relationships, fascial specializations, movements, and compensation for nerve injury.
  17. Discuss the ulnar nerve in the arm. Include relationships, fascial specializations, movements, and compensation for nerve injury.
  18. Discuss the median nerve in the arm. Include relationships, fascial specializations, movements, and compensation for nerve injury.
  19. Discuss the boundaries and contents of the cubital fossa. Include fascial specializations, relationships, vascularization, innervation, and lymphatics.
  20. Discuss the vascular and nervous injuries possible by a fracture at the surgical neck of the humerus.

Flexor Region of the Forearm

  1. Discuss the flexor region of the forearm. Include contents, compartments, relationships, boundaries, fascial specializations, vascularization, innervation, lymphatics, muscles and movements, and compensation in the case of nerve injury.

Hand

  1. Discuss the hand. Include contents, compartments, relationships, boundaries, fascial specializations, vascularization, innervation, lymphatics, muscles and movements, and compensation in the case of nerve injury.

Extensor Region of the Forearm

  1. Discuss the extensor region of the forearm. Include contents, compartments, relationships, boundaries, fascial specializations, vascularization, innervation, lymphatics, muscles and movements, and compensation in the case of nerve injury.

Joints of the Upper Extremity

  1. Discuss the Shoulder Joint. Include articulations, stabilization, contents, cavities, relationships, boundaries, fascial specializations, vascularization, innervation, lymphatics, muscles and movements, and compensation in the case of nerve injury.
  2. Discuss the Elbow Joint. Include articulations, stabilization, contents, cavities, relationships, boundaries, fascial specializations, vascularization, innervation, lymphatics, muscles and movements, and compensation in the case of nerve injury.
  3. Discuss the Wrist Joint. Include articulations, stabilization, contents, cavities, relationships, boundaries, fascial specializations, vascularization, innervation, lymphatics, muscles and movements, and compensation in the case of nerve injury.
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