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The major highlight of this sqadia.com medical video lecture is the compartments of leg and dorsum of foot. First and foremost, anterior and lateral compartment alongside their nerve and blood supply have been brought under discussion. Moreover, superficial and deep muscles of posterior compartment in conjunction with the dorsum of the foot has been deliberated. Additionally, extensor digitorium brevis and deep peroneal nerve has been explained quite comprehensively.
In section one, Anterior Compartment of leg is highlighted. The educator starts off by demonstrating Muscles of Anterior Compartment which include Tibialis Anterior, Extensor Halluces Longus, Extensor Digitorum Longus and Peroneus Tertius. Afterwards, the Anterior Tibial Artery is thoroughly discussed, and an explanation of Nerve Supply of Anterior Compartment of Leg follows.
Section two is about the Lateral Compartment of leg. The educator elaborates on the Muscles of Lateral Compartment and demonstrates Peroneus Longus and Peroneus Brevis muscles one by one. Later, Artery of the Lateral Fascial Compartment of Leg is brought under consideration and detailed information regarding Superficial Peroneal Nerve is put forward. Moreover, the Branches of Lateral Compartment are also brought to light.
Superficial Muscles of Posterior Compartment
Section three focuses on Superficial Muscles of Posterior Compartment. At the start of this section, the educator provides a thorough overview of Superficial Muscle Group. Subsequently, the muscle Gastrocnemius is highlighted. Following this, an elucidation of Soleus Origin and Insertion and Plantaris Origin and Insertion takes place. At the end of this section, the educator deals with Posterior Tibial Artery and peculiarly mentions its Branches.
Deep Muscles of Posterior Compartment
Section four is devoted to the explanation of Deep Muscles of Posterior Compartment. The educator sheds light on various Deep Muscles of Posterior Compartment and then moves forward to explain each one in detail. The muscles on which the educator elaborates include Popliteus Muscle, Origin and Insertion of Flexor Hallucis Longus, Flexor Digitorum Longus and Tibialis Posterior Muscle. Afterwards, an extensive demonstration of Tibial Nerve is carried out. In addition to this, the Branches in the Leg (Below the Popliteal Fossa) are also addressed.
Dorsum of Foot
In section five, the educator brings to light Dorsum of Foot. The Muscles of Dorsum of Foot are highlighted with a specific focus on Extensor Digitorum Brevis. Later in this section, the educator gives an overview of Arterial Supply of Dorsum of Foot and speaks in detail regarding Dorsal Venous Arch. At the end of this section, the educator bring Deep Peroneal Nerve under consideration focuses on its demonstration.