Imaging Anatomy of the Knee Region: Anatomy-CT-NMR Frontal by Henri Sick

By Henri Sick

During this atlas anatomical slices of the knee quarter are studied within the 3 primary spatial planes: frontal, sagittal, and horizontal; in addition the corresponding perspectives got by means of computed tomography of an identical anatomical specimens, the identical horizontal CT perspectives of the knee zone alive and magnetic resonance photographs of the knee alive saw on the similar degrees within the comparable spatial planes are depicted. this technique permits identity of all articular and periarticular constructions and divulges their form, place, and important family members. The precision with which the anatomical slices are analyzed allows comparability with pathological fabric and with photos utilizing equipment except these hired right here, similar to echography.

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Vastus medialis muscle 13. Medial superior genicular artery, vein 14. Medial condyle of femur 15. Medial meniscus 16. 5 em posteriorly by reference to the anterior tuberosity of tibia. This view passes through the patellar surface (6) and the extreme anterior portion of the medial femorotibial articular interspace. Note the peripheral edge of the anterior portion of the medial meniscus (16) and the infrapatellar pad of fat (7). 3 4 6 7 16 9 LAT I. Vastus lateralis muscle 2. Vastus intermedius muscle 3.

Popliteal artery, vein (muscular branch) 20. Common peroneal nerve 21. Lateral superior genicular artery, vein 22. Fibrous capsule 23. Lateral condyle offemur 24. Plantar muscle 25. Gastrocnemius muscle (lateral head) 26. Lateral meniscus 27. Popliteal muscle 2S. Anterior tibial artery, vein 29. Soleus muscle 30. 5 cm laterally by reference to the intercondylar notch. The anterior and posterior intercondylar tibial areas give their insertions to the ends of the lateral meniscus (14, 28). Ahead of and above the anterior end of this lateral meniscus is situated the transverse ligament of the knee (13).

This view passes through the patellar surface (6) and the extreme anterior portion of the medial femorotibial articular interspace. Note the peripheral edge of the anterior portion of the medial meniscus (16) and the infrapatellar pad of fat (7). 3 4 6 7 16 9 LAT I. Vastus lateralis muscle 2. Vastus intermedius muscle 3. Fascia lata 4. Lateral patellar retinaculum 5. Femur 6. Patellar surface of femur 7. Infrapatellar pad offat 8. Infrapatellar bursa 9. Patellar ligament NMR MED 10. Anterior tibial muscle II.

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