Lower limb anatomy

Lower limb anatomy

Lower limb bones

Correct way to study bone

Hip Bone - Ilium

Hip Bone - Ischium

Hip Bone - Pubis

Femur Bone (chart)

Tibia Bone

Fibula Bone (chart)

Muscles of Lower Limb

All lower limb muscles &
These nerve supply

Sole muscles

How to remember
origin and insertion of muscles

Nerve Plexus of Lower Limb

All nerve plexus - Overview

Lumbar plexus (chart)

Sacral plexus (chart)

Patellar plexus

Common peroneal nerve

Femoral nerve

Sciatic nerve

Obturator nerve

Tibial nerve

Foot drop

Retinaculum of Lower Limb

Flexor retinaculum - chart

Extensor retinaculum - chart

Peroneal retinaculum - chart

Boundaries and content


Femoral triangle, sheath & canal

Adductor canal

Popliteal fossa

Arches of Foot

Medial longitudinal arch

Lateral longitudinal arch

Blood Supply of Lower Limb

Whole body blood supply

Femoral artery

Dorsalis Pedis artery


Whole Body Blood Supply : CHART


Lower Limb Artery : CHART


Femoral Artery


Profunda or deep Femoris Artery


Trochanteric and Cruciate Anastomosis


Genicular Anastomosis / anastomosis around knee joint

Venous Drainage of Lower Limb Limb


Lower Limb Veins : Great Saphenous Vein


Venous Cut Down

Joints of Lower Limb

Hip joint

Knee joint

locking and unlocking of
knee joint

Talo calcaneo navicular joint

Inversion and eversion of foot

Other Topics


Pes Anserine Bursa

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