Lower Limb Competency – Topic: General Features, Joints, radiographs & surface marking Number of competencies: (10) Number of procedures for certification: (NIL)

AN20.1 Describe and demonstrate the type, articular surfaces, capsule, synovial membrane, ligaments, relations, movements and muscles involved, blood and nerve supply of tibiofibular and ankle joint K/S SH Y
AN20.2 Describe the subtalar and transverse tarsal joints K KH N
AN20.3 Describe and demonstrate Fascia lata, Venous drainage, Lymphatic drainage, Retinacula & Dermatomes of lower limb K/S SH Y
AN20.4 Explain anatomical basis of enlarged inguinal lymph nodes K KH N
AN20.5 Explain anatomical basis of varicose veins and deep vein thrombosis K KH Y
AN20.6 Identify the bones and joints of lower limb seen in anteroposterior and lateral view radiographs of various regions of lower limb K/S SH Y
AN20.7 Identify & demonstrate important bony landmarks of lower limb: -Vertebral levels of highest point of iliac crest, posterior superior iliac spines, iliac tubercle, pubic tubercle, ischial tuberosity, adductor tubercle,
-Tibial tuberosity, head of fibula,
-Medial and lateral malleoli, Condyles of femur and tibia, sustentaculum tali, tuberosity of fifth metatarsal, tuberosity of the navicular
AN20.8 Identify & demonstrate palpation of femoral, popliteal, post tibial, anti tibial & dorsalis pedis blood vessels in a simulated environment K/S SH Y
AN20.9 Identify & demonstrate Palpation of vessels (femoral, popliteal,dorsalis pedis,post tibial), Mid inguinal point, Surface projection of: femoral nerve, Saphenous opening, Sciatic, tibial, common peroneal & deep peroneal nerve, Great and small saphenous veins K/S SH Y
AN20.10 Describe basic concept of development of lower limb K KH N

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