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This acetabular fossa is deepened by the acetabular labrum, a fibrocartilaginous rim that helps keep the femoral head in the acetabular socket. The joint has a negative pressure, causing a vacuum-like effect. b. Joint capsule: the capsule is a dense structure attached to the acetabulum, to the inter-trochanteric line, and just medial to the inter-trochanteric crest enclosing the femoral head and neck. It is thickest anterosuperiorly, the area of maximal stress, and thin and more loosely attached posteroinferiorly.

Does this phenomenon appear elsewhere? At what level does the oesophagus pass through the diaphragm? At what level does the aorta pass through the diaphragm? At what level does the inferior vena cava (IVC) pass through the diaphragm? 51 52 Chapter 3: Thorax questions Question 4 Scenario: You review a lady in an outpatient clinic who presents with a lump in her breast. A chaperone should be present in this scenario. I. Examine this patient’s axilla, demonstrating the various groups of axillary lymph nodes.

Fractures of the anatomical neck of the humerus are rare. The axillary nerve (C5,6) passes immediately behind the surgical neck of the humerus, where it lies in contact with the bone just below the capsule of the shoulder joint. Consequently, it is susceptible to injury with fractures of the surgical neck and with shoulder dislocation. VI. The axillary nerve is a branch of the posterior cord of the brachial plexus. It supplies motor innervation to the deltoid and teres minor muscles and sensory cutaneous supply to the upper lateral arm.

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