Orthopaedic problems of the ankle and foot

Gross Anatomy


Orthopaedic problems of the ankle and foot



ANNOUNCEMENTS
  1. Lecture today - There will be a one hour lecture in Ed3 G219 at 1:00 today. A member of the Orthopaedics faculty will be the presenter. Immediately following this lecture, small groups will meet with members of the Orthopaedics department in the gross lab for purposes of examining the joints of the lower limb. It is strongly suggested that you once again review the parts and function of the joints of the lower limb prior to attending this lab. The outline in the syllabus is provided to help you complete your study of trauma in the lower limb.

  2. Joint dissections - Joint dissections will occurr on even numbered tables today. Only one limb will be dissected on each cadaver to preserve soft tissue structures for the practical exam. Orthopaedics faculty will be present in the lab and will demonstrate at even numbered tables to people from that table and people from the next lower numbered table. Odd numbered table lids can remain closed.

  3. New grade book has been posted - A new grade book has been posted on the wailing wall. It is up-to-date and should give you an accurate picture of your present grade status.
ASSIGNMENTS
Woodburne & Burkel: 633-655; Review the sections that deal with the appropriate joints of the lower limb.
Grant's Dissector: none
COMPUTER ASSISTED INSTRUCTION
Extended Computerized Syllabus
Sample Test Questions
Links to Related World Wide Web Sites
Marvin Computer Lab Models
Anatomy Tables
Review Questions for Gross Anatomy: 41. Joints of the Lower LImb
Netter Interactive Atlas
A.D.A.M.: Animated Dissection of Anatomy for Medicine
Video 3D Atlas of the Human Lower Extremity in Cross Sections - LRC WE 850 V668 1991
VIDEOTAPES
The Knee Joint - LRC QS 130 C490 no. 11 1968
The Ankle and Foot - LRC QS 130 G914 no. 25 1971


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