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Diagram of a cross section of Radius, Ulna and tubes provided with the caption: “At the lower end of the forearm there is an extensor retinaculum. Septa attach the retinaculum to the radius and ulna forming six osseofascial tunnels for the extensor tendons”. List the tendons corresponding to each of the numbered tunnels above. (Oct 00)
What is the arrangement of structures passing from the forearm to the wrist at the level of the carpal tunnel within the flexor retinaculum.
Write short notes on the anatomy of the lunate bone. (Sept 04)
Draw a clear diagram and anatomical relations of the scaphoid bone. (April 04)
Write notes on the supernumerary bones of the hand. (?)
In the embryological development of the hand and foot, many of the bones are homologous (for example the radius is a homologue of the tibia and the ulna is homologous to the fibula). Which carpal bones and tarsal bones are homologues? (Sept 02)
Regarding the thumb: (Oct 01) a what muscles are responsible for thumb flexion? b extension? c abduction? d adduction? e what is the nerve supply of each of these muscles
Write short notes on the arterial supply to the hand. (April 04)