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Fig. 5. The anatomy of the neck (posterior aspect). Fig. 12. Anatomy of the
cervical spine. Fig. 26. Normal. Posterior Aspect The posterior landmarks of the
neck (Fig. 5) are more accessible to palpation if you stand behind the patient's
head and ...
Bony anatomy of the hip and pelvis (posterior aspect). Fig. 8. The greater
trochanter (posterior aspect). Fig. 12. The. Posterior Aspect For this portion of the
hip examination, the patient should lie on his side with his hip flexed (Fig. 6).
Return to the medial malleolus to palpate the soft tissue depression between its
posterior aspect and the Achilles tendon. Within this depression lie several
important soft tissue structures. From anterior to posterior they are: 1 ) tibialis
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