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1 Anatomy : Moore 6 th Edition Anatomy Unit 1: No Questions Anatomy Unit 2: X-ray shoulder. Point out features (2/98, 2/98, 2/01) pg X-ray elbow. pg Features. Capsular and ligamentous attachments. (1/97, 2/03, 2/04) Vascular relations and ossification order. (2/04) X-ray hand and wrist. Identify bones. (2/05) pg X-ray hand and wrist. Features identify bones (1/97, 2/99, 2/03, 2/05) pg Blood supply of scaphoid. (2/99) pg 686 Ligamentous attachments. (2/03) Bone clavicle. Relations and muscular attachments. Surface anatomy of subclavian vein. (1/95, 2/02, 1/04, 1/09) pg Bone scapula. Attachments, rotator cuff. (1/98, 1/05, 2/06) pg 675 Bone humerus. Pg Features. (2/95, 2/98, 1/03, 2/07, 2/09) Common fracture sites and position of nerves relative to these SN, radial groove, supracondylar. (1/06) Bone radius. Features, extensor tendons at the wrist. (1/95, 1/00, 2/02, 1/04) pg Bone ulna. Features (proximal), stability (1/00, 2/00, 1/03) pg 678 Bone ulna and humerus: landmarks and articulation of elbow. (1/06) Bone articulated carpus. Features, positions and relations of the flexor retinaculum. (2/96, 1/05, 1/08, 2/09) pg 680 Photo upper limb. Venous structures and drainage of the upper limb. (1/10) pg Describe the lymphatic drainage of the upper limbs. (1/09) pg 692 Sensory innervation of the upper limb, including both dermatomal distribution and peripheral nerves. (2/04, 2/07, 2/08) pg

2 Anatomy Unit 3: Model shoulder. Discuss the insertion and actions of the muscles of the pectoral girdle. (1/04) pg Model arm. What muscles and nerves are involved in shoulder movement? (1/01, 1/02) pg Photo axilla. Demonstrate the boundaries and content of the axilla. (2/00) pg Point out the detail of the brachial plexus. (1/97, 1/99, 2/02, 2/04, 1/10) pg Tell me about the median nerve. (2/00) Describe the structure of the brachial plexus. The muscle groups supplied by the terminal branches of the brachial plexus to the upper limbs. (2/07) Anatomy Unit 4: Photo arm. Tell me about biceps. (1/00) pg 731 Radial nerve: pg 738 Describe a lesion. (2/04) Surface markings, course and branches in the upper arm (1/07) Model + Photo cubital fossa. Pg Name the boundaries and contents. (1/95, 2/96, 2/98, 1/06, 2/08) Surface anatomy of boundaries (1/08) Relations of the brachial artery (2/08) Median nerve relationships and course. (2/05) Describe the acromio-clavicular and coraco-clavicular joints. (1/97) pg 796 Model + X-ray shoulder. pg Tell me about the shoulder joint. (1/97, 2/01) Discuss movement and nerves involved. (2/01, 2/02) Capsular attachments, ligament and movements of the glenohumeral joint. (2/07) Point out features, describe the stabilising factors of the shoulder joint. (2/98, 2/98, 2/01) Model elbow. pg Tell me about the elbow joint, stability. (1/99)

3 Discuss the mechanics of pronation and supination. (2/03) Name the features. Discuss flexion and extension. (1/01, 1/02, 2/04) Vascular relationships, order of ossification. ( 2/04) Anatomy Unit 5: Model forearm. Volar surface name muscles, flexor retinaculum, palmar muscles. (2/95, 2/97) pg Forearm flexors and distal insertions (2/06) pg Tell me about the muscles responsible for pronation and supination. (1/00, 2/03) pg 750, 756 Discuss extension of the forearm. (2/97, 1/00, 2/09) pg X-ray: elbow. Bony features of the joint. Extensor muscles of the forearm, origins, common extensor tendon (2/08) X-ray: wrist. Ligaments of the carpus and wrist (2/05) pg 754 X-ray hand and wrist. Boundaries and contents of snuff box. (2/04, 1/07) pg 757 Photo: wrist. Extensor retinaculum and the structures that run under it. (1/07, 1/09, 2/09) pg 754 Photo median nerve: position and distribution of median nerve distal to the elbow (2/05, 1/07, 1/08) pg 761 Photo dorsum hand. Extensor mechanism. (1/96) pg 755 Describe the flexor retinaculum and the structures bound by it (2/06) pg 753 Describe the venous drainage of the upper limb. (2/99, 1/03) pg 760 Anatomy Unit 6: Revision Week Anatomy Unit 7: Model forearm. Flexion of a finger, nerve supply of muscles involved. (1/01, 1/02, 1/05) pg 777

4 Photo wrist and hand. Name features, flexor tendons. (1/95, 1/96, 1/98, 2/99) pg 775 Attachments of flexor retinaculum, contents of carpal tunnel. (2/98) pg 791 Describe the palmar spaces and their relationships to the long flexor tendons (1/09) pg 773 Describe the innervation of the muscles of the thumb, and it s movements. (1/98, 2/99, 2/01, 1/05) pg Describe the actions of the interossei and the lumbricals, and their innervation. (2/03) pg 777 Demonstrate the surface anatomy of the carpal tunnel and anterior wrist. (1/99, 1/99, 2/02, 1/03, 1/04) pg Surface anatomy of the dorsum of the hand and wrist (1/07) pg 787 Describe the arterial supply of the hand. (2/03) pg 781 Describe the sensory innervation of the hand. (2/00, 2/02) pg Anatomy Unit 8: Bone/X-ray pelvis. Pg Hip joint, ligaments and pubis. (2/96, 2/98, 1/99, 1/08) Inguinal ligament and relations. (1/96, 1/98, 1/99, 2/02) Bony landmarks, path of ureters. (1/04, 2/05, 1/08, 1/10) Muscle attachments of movers of the hip (1/08, 1/10) Relationships of greater notch/sciatic nerve (2/05) Bone femur. Features, blood supply of head and neck, capsular attachments (1/95, 2/98, 1/05, 2/07, 1/10) pg Bone femur/tibia. Articulation and knee ligaments (1/06) Landmarks and capsular attachments. (1/06) Bone tibia/fibula. Pg Features, ligaments, capsular attachments of plateau (1/96, 2/08) Proximal tib-fib joint, relations of the proximal fibula (2/08) Model/X-ray ankle. Pg Bony structures (1/07, 2/07, 2/09) Relations of the medial malleolus (1/07, 2/07, 1/08) Bone articulated foot. Pg Tendon insertions of the muscles of the posterior and lateral compartments of the leg (1/97, 2/09)) Bones of the medial and longitudinal arches, factors contributing to stability of the arches. (1/09, 2/09) Superficial venous drainage of the lower limb (1/10) pg Surface markings of the great saphenous vein. (2/04) pg 534

5 Discuss sensory innervation of the lower leg and foot, both peripheral nerve and dermatome. (2/02, 1/03, 1/05, 1/07) pg Reflex innervation of the lower limb. (2/99) pg 559,607,625 Myotomes of the lower limbs. (2/99, 2/00, 2/04, 1/05, 1/06) pg 539 Myotomes of inversion and eversion. (2/00) pg 539 Anatomy Unit 9: Model knee. Quadriceps (2/06) pg Model/Photo femoral triangle. Pg 551 Features, boundaries, contents. (2/96, 1/00, 1/08, 2/09) Features, inguinal ligament. (1/98) Origin, relations and distribution of the femoral nerve. (1/01, 1/02, 2/04) Origin and distribution of the femoral artery. (1/01, 1/02) Relationships and course of the femoral artery. (2/05, 1/06) Femoral nerve (1/06) pg 552 Photo adductor canal. Contents. (1/97) pg 556 Bone/Model/Photo hip joint. pg Articulation of the hip joint, factors that increase stability (2/07) Tell me about the hip joint. (1/96, 2/98) Stability and movement. (2/03) Relations. (2/98) Anatomy Unit 10: Photo posterior thigh. Pg 567 Identify the structures. (2/02, 1/06) Course and distributions of the sciatic nerve. (1/04, 1/07, 2/08) pg 574 Branches, relations of nerve. (1/97, 1/07, 2/08) pg 574 What are the surface markings of the sciatic nerve in the thigh? pg 580 Model/X-ray knee joint. Stability of the knee joint. (2/95, 2/97, 1/00, 2/04, 2/05, 1/08) pg Capsular attachments (1/06) pg 636 Features, origin and insertion of ligaments. (1/00, 1/03, 2/05, 1/06, 1/09) pg Movement and locking. (2/03, 2/04, 1/09) pg 642

6 Bursae locations and functions (1/09) pg Patellar stability (2/06) Anatomy Unit 11: Photo popliteal fossa. Features, boundaries, contents. (1/98, 2/99, 2/01, 2/08) pg Photo anterior compartment. Neurovascular. (1/99) pg Model/Photo lateral compartment. Neurovascular. (1/99) pg Fibularis muscles O+I, actions and nerve supply (1/09) pg 590 Muscles/nerves involved in inv/ev of the foot (2/00) pg 591, 595 Model/Photo posterior leg. Features. (1/97, 2/01) pg Attachment of Achilles tendon (2/05) pg Muscles, nerves and blood supply of the calf (2/00) Muscles/nerves involved in flex/ext of the foot. (2/00) 589/591/597 Describe a common fibular nerve lesion. (2/04) pg 605 Anatomy Unit 12: Photo dorsum of the foot. Features. (2/98) pg 614 Model leg. Pg Muscles involved in flexion and extension of the foot. (2/00) Muscles involved in inversion and eversion of the foot. (2/00) Sensory innervation of the foot (2/02, 2/03, 1/05) pg 618 Bone/Model/Photo/X-ray ankle Bony landmarks, nerves. (1/03, 1/05) pg 647 Medial features. (1/95, 2/96) pg 650 Lateral features, extensor tendons. (2/97, 2/98, 2/99) pg 649 Attachments of superior and inferior extensor retinaculum and the structures passing below them. (2/07) pg 590 Ligamentous stability and attachments. (1/01, 1/02, 2/03, 1/05, 1/06, 2/06) pg Neurovascular structures that pass over and around the joint. (2/07) Surface relations of structures around the ankle. (2/04) pg 623 X-ray foot. Features, mid-tarsal joint. (2/95, 2/99) pg 651

7 X-ray foot. Stability of the arch. (1/01, 1/02) pg 654 Anatomy Unit 13: Revision Week Anatomy Unit 14: Bone first rib. Features, relationships of nerves and vessels (2/05, 1/07) pg 76 Muscle attachments (1/07) pg 89 Layers passed through for a needle thoracostomy (1/07) pg 90, 121 Bone rib. Landmarks (1/97, 2/04) pg Rib articulations and joints (1/07) pg Chest wall Muscles of the anterior thoracic wall. (1/96, 1/08) pg 88 Tell me about the contents of a typical intercostal space. (1/96, 2/04) pg 90 Course and relationships of the neurovascular bundle (1/08) pg 92, 95, 97 Anatomy Unit 15: Lung features (hila) (1/97) pg Insertion of ICC landmarks (1/06) pg 121 Chest X-ray. Pleura and lung surface markings. (2/99, 1/05, 2/09) pg Features (1/95, 1/98, 1/99, 2/00, 2/02, 1/03, 1/05 1/07, 2/08) pg Anatomy Unit 16: Model heart. Chambers and valves (2/05, 2/08) pg

8 Structure, tell me about the coronary circulation. (1/97, 1/01, 1/02, 2/02, 1/04, 1/05, 1/07, 1/08, 1/10) pg Venous drainage (1/08) pg 148 Conducting system (2/08) pg Blood supply of the conducting system (1/06) pg 149 Anatomy Unit 17: Photo - arch of the aorta. Relations. (1/96, 2/96) pg Model heart. Pg 164 Great vessels, branches, ductus arteriosus. (2/04) Photo thoracic inlet. Pg , Features. (1/00, 2/07) Venous drainage of the head and upper limb. (2/01, 2/03) Arterial supply of the head and upper limb. (2/01, 2/04, 2/06) Thoracic aorta and its branches and area of supply (2/07) Vascular structures, branches of the subclavian artery (1/09, 2/09) Surface anatomy of the heart (2/08) pg Anatomy Unit 18: Revision Week Anatomy Unit 19: Photo anterior triangle of the neck. Pg 990 Boundaries and contents, carotid. (1/95, 2/99, 1/05, 1/07, 2/08) Sternomastoid relationships. (1/05) pg 989 Boundaries of posterior triangle (2/08) pg 990 Carotid sheath vessels and relationships (2/96) pg 1000 Photo neck. Relations, branches and supply of carotid artery (2/06, 2/08) pg Relationships of IJV (2/05) pg 1004 Surface anatomy of the neck: anterior triangle, thyroid gland, carotid bundle (1/09) pg 1005

9 Anatomy Unit 20: Model larynx. Features, movements (2/08, 1/10) pg 1023 Structure, compare adult with child. (2/04) pg 1024 Muscles of vocalization, nerve supply (1/08, 2/08, 1/10) pg 1025 Superficial neck muscles. (2/95, 1/98) pg 1027 Cartilages and intrinsic muscles. (2/99, 2/02, 2/08) pg Model neck. Tongue, palate, pharynx. (1/98) pg X-ray: lateral neck. Relationships of anterior cartilage structures to cervical levels (1/07) pg 1033 Soft tissue landmarks of pharynx, larynx and oesophagus (1/07) pg 1040 Anatomy Unit 21: Bone/X-ray mandible. Features. (2/97, 2/99, 2/01) pg 824, 827 Bone skull. Facial bones. (2/04) pg Bone base of skull. (2/95) pg Xray face. Features of zygomatic bone. (2/01) pg 823, 825 Features. (2/97, 1/98, 1/00, 2/04) pg 841 Photo side of the face. Muscles and innervation. (2/03) pg , 853 Sensory innervation of the face. (1/99, 1/00, 1/03, 1/05, 1/06) pg Infraorbital nerve. (1/00, 2/04, 2/05, 1/10) pg 851 Intra and extraorbital path of infraorbital nerve (2/08) pg 851 Distribution and relations of the facial nerve. (1/95, 2/96, 2/98, 2/98, 1/04, 2/05, 2/06) pg Demonstrate the blood supply of the face. (1/99, 2/00) pg Facial vein and venous drainage of the face (1/07) pg

10 Anatomy Unit 22: CT head Outline the structures of the cerebellum (1/09) pg 879 Trace the ventricular system of the brain (2/07) pg Describe visible intracranial structures (2/07, 2/09) pg 881 Area and functions supplied by middle cerebral artery (2/07) pg 885 Arteries of posterior circulation and areas supplied (1/09) pg 885 Secretion, circulation and absorption of CSF (2/07) pg Arterial circle of Willis and the areas of brain supplied (2/06, 2/08, 1/10) pg Bone/Xray face. Fissures (2/08) pg 889 Bones that form the orbit (2/05, 2/06, 2/08, 1/10) pg Model eye. Structures (1/05, 1/06) pg 890 Control of pupil, reflexes. (1/05, 2/06) pg 896, 911 Drainage of aqueous humour (1/06) pg 897 Extraocular muscles and eye movements. (2/01, 1/05, 2/07, 2/09) pg , 904 Anatomy Unit 23: Bone/Model/X-ray mandible. Movements, TMJ. (1/05) pg 916 Bony features (1/08) pg Attachments of muscles of mastication (2/00, 1/05, 1/08) pg 918 Face temporal region (1/95) pg 916 Upper airway tongue, palate (1/98) pg 938, 940 Model neck Muscles, blood supply, nerves and lymph drainage of the tongue (1/01, 1/02, 1/08) pg

11 Anatomy Unit 24: Revision Week Anatomy Unit 25: Photo ear. Sensory innervation. (1/00) Cranial nerve palsies. (1/05) pg 913 Anatomy Unit 26: Cervical spine X-ray features (1/96, 2/97, 2/02) pg Stability (2/99, 1/05) pg 446 Flexion, extension and rotation of the head (2/00) pg 467 PEG view (2/02, 1/06) pg 468 Components of the soft tissue shadow. (2/07) Bone C6 (2/99) pg 445 Articulation (2/04) pg 444 Bone C2 (2/97, 2/03, 2/09) pg 445 Ligaments (2/99, 2/07, 2/09) Movement with C1 and stability of joint (2/00, 2/03, 2/07) pg 446 Bone thoracic vertebra. (1/07, 1/09) pg 448 Stability and movement. (2/00, 2/03, 1/07) pg 470 Rib articulations. (2/03) pg 446 Posterior ligament attachments (1/09) Bone lumbar vertebra. Features, stability. (1/95, 1/96, 1/01, 1/02, 2/03, 2/05, 1/07) pg 450 Articulation. (2/98, 2/05) pg 451 X-ray lumbosacral spine. (2/98) pg 451 C+L-spine: bony features, highlight differences (1/09) Organisation of a spinal nerve. Pg 473, 498 Spinal cord/vertebral column layers passed through during LP (1/03, 1/06, 1/07, 1/09) pg 505

12 Anatomy Unit 27: Bones: Pelvis esp inguinal ligaments and relations (1/99) pg Anatomy Unit 28: Peritoneal folds and potential spaces for fluid collection (2/08) pg 217 Blood supply of the gut outline the major arteries (1/08) pg 228 X-ray abdomen. Position of solid organs (2/00, 2/08) General description. Bowel and other soft tissue structures. (2/05, 2/08) pg Anatomy Unit 29: Photo upper abdo. Spleen. (2/98) pg Liver. (2/97) pg Abdo CT Relations of the spleen (2/06) pg 263 The relations of the pancreas (1/09) pg Relations of the liver (2/06) pg 268 Identify the structures (1/09, 1/10) pg pg Anatomy Unit 30: Revision Week

13 Anatomy Unit 31: Viva Question X-ray abdomen. Solid organs, path of ureters. (2/96, 1/99, 2/00, 1/04, 1/07) pg 292 Photo retroperitoneum. Left kidney. Relations and blood supply (1/07) pg 292 Right kidney relations (1/10) pg 292 Kidneys, ureters. (2/95, 2/98, 1/03, 1/08, 1/09) pg Relations of the ureters. (2/00, 2/05) pg 294 Attachments and openings of the diaphragm, and structures passing though. (1/07, 1/09) pg 306, Diaphragm innervation and contribution to respiration. (1/09) pg 307, 309 Photo/X-ray abdo. Branches and distribution of aorta. (2/98, 2/02, 2/06, 2/07, 2/09) pg Course, relationships of the aorta. (2/02, 1/04) pg 313 Vasculature, venous drainage and relations. (2/03, 1/05, 2/07) pg 315 Anatomy Unit 32: Bone pelvis (1/96, 1/98, 1/99, 2/02) pg 329 X-ray pelvis (2/96, 2/98) pg 329 Iliac arteries, pelvic walls (2/06) pg 350 Anatomy Unit 33: No

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