Systemic review





Skeleton







  • A

    from the front


  • B

    from behind

The left forearm is in the position of supination, the right in pronation in A.

  • 1

    Skull


  • 2

    Mandible


  • 3

    Hyoid bone


  • 4

    Cervical vertebrae


  • 5

    Clavicle


  • 6

    Sternum


  • 7

    Costal arch cartilages


  • 8

    Ribs


  • 9

    Scapula


  • 10

    Humerus


  • 11

    Radius


  • 12

    Ulna


  • 13

    Carpal bones


  • 14

    Metacarpal bones


  • 15

    Phalanges of thumb and fingers


  • 16

    Thoracic vertebrae


  • 17

    Lumbar vertebrae


  • 18

    Sacrum


  • 19

    Hip bone


  • 20

    Femur


  • 21

    Patella


  • 22

    Tibia


  • 23

    Fibula


  • 24

    Tarsal bones


  • 25

    Metatarsal bones


  • 26

    Phalanges of toes


  • 27

    Coccyx





Muscles





  • from the front




Superficial muscles on the right side the body, deep muscles on the left side.

  • 1

    Frontalis part of occipitofrontalis


  • 2

    Orbicularis oculi


  • 3

    Orbicularis oris


  • 4

    Sternocleidomastoid


  • 5

    Trapezius


  • 6

    Deltoid


  • 7

    Pectoralis major


  • 8

    Biceps brachii


  • 9

    Serratus anterior


  • 10

    Rectus abdominis


  • 11

    External oblique


  • 12

    Superficial flexor muscles of forearm


  • 13

    Inguinal ligament


  • 14

    Tensor fasciae latae


  • 15

    Adductor muscles of hip


  • 16

    Thenar muscles


  • 17

    Hypothenar muscles


  • 18

    Sartorius


  • 19

    Rectus femoris


  • 20

    Iliotibial tract


  • 21

    Vastus lateralis


  • 22

    Vastus medialis


  • 23

    Patellar ligament


  • 24

    Peroneal (fibular) muscles


  • 25

    Gastrocnemius


  • 26

    Extensor compartment muscles of leg


  • 27

    Soleus


  • 28

    Buccinator


  • 29

    Levator scapulae


  • 30

    Scalenus anterior


  • 31

    Deltoid


  • 32

    Pectoralis minor


  • 33

    Serratus anterior, rib insertion


  • 34

    Internal intercostal


  • 35

    External intercostal


  • 36

    Brachialis


  • 37

    Internal oblique


  • 38

    Deep flexor muscles of forearm


  • 39

    Rectus sheath (posterior wall)


  • 40

    Psoas major and iliacus


  • 41

    Adductor magnus


  • 42

    Extensor hallucis longus





Muscles





  • from behind




Superficial muscles on the left side of the body, deep muscles on the right side.

  • 1

    Sternocleidomastoid


  • 2

    Trapezius


  • 3

    Spine of scapula


  • 4

    Deltoid


  • 5

    Infraspinatus


  • 6

    Latissimus dorsi


  • 7

    Triceps


  • 8

    External oblique


  • 9

    Iliac crest


  • 10

    Gluteus medius


  • 11

    Superficial extensor muscles of forearm


  • 12

    Gluteus maximus


  • 13

    Iliotibial tract


  • 14

    Biceps femoris


  • 15

    Semimembranosus


  • 16

    Semitendinosus


  • 17

    Gastrocnemius


  • 18

    Soleus


  • 19

    Tendocalcaneus (Achilles tendon)


  • 20

    Semispinalis capitis


  • 21

    Splenius


  • 22

    Levator scapulae


  • 23

    Supraspinatus


  • 24

    Rhomboid minor


  • 25

    Infraspinatus


  • 26

    Teres minor


  • 27

    Rhomboid major


  • 28

    Teres major


  • 29

    Erector spinae


  • 30

    Triceps


  • 31

    Deep extensor muscles of forearm


  • 32

    Gluteus medius


  • 33

    Piriformis


  • 34

    Obturator internus


  • 35

    Quadratus femoris


  • 36

    Adductor magnus


  • 37

    Semimembranosus


  • 38

    Biceps femoris


  • 39

    Popliteus


  • 40

    Soleus


  • 41

    Flexor digitorum longus


  • 42

    Flexor hallucis longus






Arteries








  • major arteries (a.), from the front



  • 1

    Superficial temporal a.


  • 2

    Facial a.


  • 3

    Internal carotid a.


  • 4

    External carotid a.


  • 5

    Common carotid a.


  • 6

    Brachiocephalic trunk


  • 7

    Internal thoracic a.


  • 8

    Vertebral a.


  • 9

    Subclavian a.


  • 10

    Axillary a.


  • 11

    Brachial a.


  • 12

    Radial a.


  • 13

    Ulnar a.


  • 14

    Deep palmar arch


  • 15

    Superficial palmar arch


  • 16

    Heart


  • 17

    Coronary aa.


  • 18

    Aorta


  • 19

    Pulmonary trunk


  • 20

    Pulmonary a.


  • 21

    Coeliac trunk


  • 22

    Left gastric a.


  • 23

    Splenic a.


  • 24

    Common hepatic a.


  • 25

    Superior mesenteric a.


  • 26

    Renal a.


  • 27

    Inferior mesenteric a.


  • 28

    Common iliac a.


  • 29

    Internal iliac a.


  • 30

    External iliac a.


  • 31

    Common femoral a.


  • 32

    Profunda femoris a.


  • 33

    Popliteal a.


  • 34

    Anterior tibial a.


  • 35

    Posterior tibial a.


  • 36

    Dorsalis pedis a.


  • 37

    Plantar arch


  • 38

    Peroneal (fibular) a.


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Nov 8, 2019 | Posted by in GENERAL & FAMILY MEDICINE | Comments Off on Systemic review
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