McMinn's Color Atlas of Foot and Ankle Anatomy, 4th Edition

McMinn's Color Atlas of Foot and Ankle Anatomy

4th Edition

By Bari M. Logan, MA FMA Hon MBIE MAMAA, Formerly University Prosector, Department of Anatomy, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, UK; Prosector, Department of Anatomy, The Royal College of Surgeons of England, London, UK; Anatomical Preparator, Department of Human Morphology, University of Nottingham Medical School, Nottingham, UK and Ralph T. Hutchings, Photographer and Contributor to www.VisualsUnlimited.com; Formerly Chief Medical Laboratory Scientific Officer, Royal College of Surgeons of England, London, UK


1 Lower Limb, Pelvis and Hip

Lower limb survey

From the front

From behind

From the medial side

From the lateral side

Pelvic viscera

Male sagittal section

Female sagittal section

Gluteal region

Sciatic nerve and other gluteal structures

Surface features

Left sciatic nerve and ischio-anal region

Right sciatic nerve and ischio-anal region

Hip joint

Bones from the front and radiograph

Bones from behind and joint capsule from front

Axial section

Coronal section and radiograph

2 Thigh, Knee and Leg

Thigh

Inguinal and femoral regions and palpation of femoral pulse

Femoral vessels and nerves

Lower thigh, from the front and medial side

Axial section

Knee joint

Bones and ligaments from the front

Magnetic resonance image (MRI) and joint from the front

Bones from behind

Ligaments from behind and above

Popliteal fossa and surface landmarks

Popliteus muscle and knee joint capsule, from behind, and palpation of popliteal pulse

Leg and foot survey

Muscles and superficial vessels and nerves of the left leg and foot

3 Foot

Surface landmarks of the foot

From the front and behind

Sole of the foot

From the medial side

From the lateral side

Skeleton of the foot

Disarticulated foot from above

Articulated foot from above and below

Articulated foot with attachments marked

Sesamoid and accessory bones

Articulated foot from the medial and lateral sides

Bones of the arches and joints

Foot bones

Talus

Talus articulated with tibia and fibula

Talus, tibia and fibula, ligament attachments

Talus, tibia and fibula, lower end

Talus, tibia and fibula, lower end, ligament attachments

Calcaneus

Navicular, cuboid and cuneiform bones

Metatarsal bones

Lower leg and foot

From the front

From behind and axial section

From the medial side

From the lateral side

Deep fascia from the front and right

Dorsum and sides of the foot

From the front

From behind and palpation of the dorsalis pedis pulse and posterior tibial artery

From the medial side

From the lateral side

Deep nerves and vessels

Joints beneath the talus

Sole of the foot

Plantar aponeurosis

First layer of muscles

Second layer of muscles

Third layer of muscles

Fourth layer of muscles

Ligaments of the foot

From above and lateral side

From behind

From the medial side

Ligaments of the sole

Sections of the foot

Sagittal sections through the great toe

Sagittal section through the second toe

Sagittal section through the fifth toe

Axial sections and magnetic resonance images (MRI?s) through ankle
joint

Coronal sections of the ankle and foot

Oblique axial sections of the left foot

Coronal sections of the tarsus

Coronal sections of the metatarsus

Great toe

Dorsum, nail, and sections of the great toe

4 Imaging of the Foot and Ankle

Dorsoplantar and lateral radiographs

Anteroposterior and lateral radiographs

Magnetic resonance images (MRI?s)

Appendices

Skin

Muscles

Nerves

Regional anaesthesia

Lymphatic system

Arteries