Webinar: Clinical Anatomy of the Lower Limb

In this 3-part online series on clinical anatomy of the lower limb, we will review the anatomical concepts of each joint and related structures. But more importantly, we will focus on the clinical anatomy of the most important structures, which will improve your diagnostic abilities when facing lower limb pathology. The lectures will be taught by using beautiful cadaveric anatomy images.

Objectifs pédagogiques

  • Basic Anatomy of the Lower Limb
  • Clinical implications of the most important structures
  • Relation between different structures and tissues that improve diagnosis

Schedule & Topics


Part 1 - March 8th, 2022: Hip Joint and upper leg
Hip joint articular surfaces, the labrum, ligaments and its pathology.
Muscles, aponeurosis and intermuscular septum; clinical implications.
Neurological structures and its relevance in hip and groin pain.

Part 2- March 15th, 2022: Knee Joint and lower leg
Knee joint articular surfaces, the menisci, ligaments and its pathology.
Muscles, aponeurosis and intermuscular septum; clinical implications.
Neurological structures and its relevance in knee and lower leg pathology.

Part 3- March 22nd, 2022: Ankle and Foot
Ankle and foot joints: articular surfaces, the ligaments and its pathology.
Muscles and plantar aponeurosis: clinical implications.
Neurological structures and its relevance in foot and ankle pathology.

Content

The aim of this 3-part course is to improve your knowledge in the basis of all MSK diagnosis and treatment: Anatomy.
We will focus not only on basic anatomy, but will also review the most important clinical anatomy, reviewing the pathology of the relevant structures and the specific anatomy of those structures, which will improve your diagnosis and will orient you to a better treatment. We will make constant references to the scientific literature, which will be adequately referenced in the slides. Questions and answers will be available at the end of each session to solve any doubts you may have.

Replay

Can't join the live webinar? No worries, you'll receive access to our eLearning platform where the recordings of the webinar are available for 1 month after the start of the 1st session.

Certificate

After completion of the full webinar you'll receive a digital Certificate of Attendance. UEMS CME accreditation is submitted and pending.

Intervenant

photo Miquel Dalmau-Pastor