tcml anatomy


Overview – 1. Thumb 2. Index finger3. Middle finger4. Ring finger 5. Little finger Nomenclature of hand muscles – 1. Pollicis – for thumb. Example: Opponens Pollicis (OP)Abductor Pollicis Longus (APL)Extensor Pollicis Brevis (EPB)Extensor Pollicis Longus (EPL) 2. Digitorum – for index, ring, middle and ring finger. Example: Flexor Digitorum Superficialis (FDS)Flexor Digitorum Profundus (FDP)Extensor

Finger Read More »

Genitofemoral nerve

Origin- Genitofemoral nerve arise from lumbar plexus. Root value- L1, L2 Branches- It is divided into two branches. 1. Genital Branch of Genitofemoral Nerve: As clear by it’s name, it is related to genital organ. It is the content of spermatic cord. 2. Femoral branch of genitofemoral nerve: As clear by its name, it is related to

Genitofemoral nerve Read More »

Palmar arch

Chart Highlights- 1. Ulnar artery 2. Radial artery3. Superficial palmar arch4. Deep palmar arch5. Palmar metacarple artery 6. Common palmar digital artery 7. Proper palmar digital artery

Palmar arch Read More »

Femoral triangle, sheath and canal

Chart Highlights- 1. Femoral triangle 2. Femoral sheath – It is divided into three compartment (Lateral, intermediate and lateral)3. Femoral canal – It is the medial compartment of femoral sheath.4. Femoral ring – It is the base of femoral canal.

Femoral triangle, sheath and canal Read More »

Flexor retinaculum

Inside upper limb anatomy we read two retinaculum and inside lower limb anatomy we read three retinaculum, that are given below. Upper limb anatomy- 1. Flexor retinaculum of hand2. Extensor retinaculum of hand Lower limb anatomy- 1. Flexor Retinaculum of foot2. Extensor retinaculum of foot 3. Peroneal retinaculum NOTE : Here we are discuss about

Flexor retinaculum Read More »