Hello future Dr.
I am Pawan nagar from TCML Team.
A lot of medical students messaged me (On the YouTube comment section, WhatsApp, Instagram and Messenger etc.) and said that sir we do not understand anything in anatomy and we’re scared of anatomy.
Based on your messages we have created a sequence of six charts that will help you a lot in anatomy and also will increase your interest in anatomy.
NOTE : Please make all these charts in sequence.
1. All Upper Limb Muscles and these Nerve Supply Chart –
In this one page chart, we covered how many muscles is present in the upper limb, in the upper limb where is it present, what is the name of these muscles and which nerve are supply to these muscle of upper limb.
After making this chart, many topics of Upper Limb will be easy for you. (Some topic name are given below)
• All Upper Limb nerves or Which nerve supplies to which muscle
A. Musculocutaneous nerve – It is supply to the muscles of arm. Example : biceps brachii, brachialis, and coraco brachialis muscle.
B. Axillary Nerve – It is supplies to the deltoid and teres minor muscle.
C. Radial Nerve – It is supply to the extensor compartment of the forearm.
D. Median Nerve
E. Ulnar Nerve
• Intermuscular space of scapular region (boundaries),
• Axilla (Boundaries)
• Shoulder joint (Relation)
• Elbow Joint (Relation)
• Cubital fossa (Boundaries and floor)
• Flexor and Extensor Retinaculum (Content)
• Anatomical Snuffbox (Boundaries) etc.
2. Brachial Plexus Chart –
After making chart- 1, the question must have come in your mind that from where is the nerve coming that are supplying the upper limb muscles?
And to answer this question, you have to make a chart of the brachial plexus.
In the brachial plexus chart we covered it’s all branches (that are supply to the upper limb muscles) and other topics of anatomy that are related to the branches of brachial plexus.
(Main branches of brachial plexus are given below)
• Musculocutaneous nerve
• Axillary nerve
• Radial nerve
• Median nerve
• Ulnar nerve
3. Scapula Bone Chart –
In this one page chart, we have covered the scapula bone within the three points and that points are given below.
A. Side determination – Right and Left side bone
B. External features – Body (3 Border, 2 Surface and 3 Angle) and Process (3 processes: Spinous, Acromion, Coracoid process)
C. Attachment – Ligament and muscle
4. All Lower Limb Muscles and these Nerve Supply Chart (for more detail click on below pic)
This is a basic chart of the lower limb and in this one-page chart, we covered how many muscles is present in the lower limb (Gluteal region, thigh, leg and sole muscles) and what is the name of these muscles and which nerve supplies to these muscles.
After making this chart, many topics of lower Limb will be easy for you. (Some topic name are given below)
• All Lower Limb nerves or Which nerve supplies to which muscle (Femoral Nerve, Obturator nerve, Sciatic Nerve, Tibial Nerve and common peroneal nerve)
• Femoral Triangle (boundaries),
• Adductor Canal (Boundaries)
• Hip joint (Relation)
• Knee Joint (Relation)
• Popliteal fossa (Boundaries and floor)
• Flexor, Extensor and Peroneal Retinaculum of Lower Limb (Content)
5. Lumbar Plexus Chart –
After the making chart- 4, there must have been a question in your mind that where does this nerve come from?
And to answer this question, you have to make a chart of the Lumbar Plexus.
In the lumbar plexus chart we covered it’s all branches and other topics of anatomy that are related to the branches of lumbar plexus.
• Gluteal region (Cutaneous supply)
• Inguinal canal (Content)
• Spermatic cord (Content)
• Femoral triangle (Content)
• Hip joint (Nerve supply)
6. Whole Body Blood Supply Chart (for more detail click on below pic)
In this chart, we will give you superficial information about the arteries of all five extremities of the body and their branches.
Also, from this chart, you will also be clear that which artery is present in the Upper limb, Lower limb, thorax, Abdomen, Head & neck and how many branches it was given?
After this chart blood supply and arterial anastomosis of the body will be easy for you. (Some topic name are given below)
Blood supply –
A. Upper limb blood supply (Subclavian artery, Axillary artery, brachial artery, Radial and Ulnar artery, Superficial and Deep palmar arches)
B. lower limb blood supply (External iliac artery, Femoral artery, Popliteal artery, Anterior and Posterior tibial artery and Dorsalis pedis artery)
C. Thorax blood supply (Thoracic aorta)
D. Abdomen blood supply (Abdominal aorta)
E. Head & Neck blood supply (Vertebral artery, External and Internal carotid artery)
Arterial anastomosis –
A. Anastomosis around the body of scapula and acromion process
B. Recurrent and collateral anastomosis or Anastomosis around elbow joint (Between Brachial artery, Radial and Ulnar artery)
C. Trochanteric and cruciate anastomosis
D. Genicular anastomosis or anastomosis around knee joint
(A & B- Present in upper limb
C & D- Present in lower limb)
● NOTE: The detailed video of all the above-mentioned charts is available on our YouTube channel (The Charsi of Medical Literature / TCML)
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