Medial Popliteal Artery and Tibiofibular Trunk Exposure
Play

Step by step

Superficial dissection

Skin

Mark

Mark the incision line on the skin of the upper medial aspect of the calf. Starting at a point 1 cm distal and posterior to the tibial plateau, extending distally parallel to the posterior border of the tibia.

Incision length

The length of the incision is determined by the extent of the pathology and is typically 12 – 15 cm.

Do you want to learn the complete step-by-step of "Medial Popliteal Artery and Tibiofibular Trunk Exposure"?

Try one of our offerings

Try-out

Unlock your free Incision procedure

Membership

Unlimited access to all 352 procedures.

20 per month Get started

Do you want to learn the anatomy of "Medial Popliteal Artery and Tibiofibular Trunk Exposure"?

Try one of our offerings

Try-out

Unlock your free Incision procedure

Membership

Unlimited access to all 352 courses.

20 per month Get started

Do you want to learn the objectives of "Medial Popliteal Artery and Tibiofibular Trunk Exposure"?

Try one of our offerings

Try-out

Unlock your free Incision procedure

Membership

Unlimited access to all 352 courses.

20 per month Get started

Do you want to learn the preoperative of "Medial Popliteal Artery and Tibiofibular Trunk Exposure"?

Try one of our offerings

Try-out

Unlock your free Incision procedure

Membership

Unlimited access to all 352 courses.

20 per month Get started

Do you want to learn the postoperative of "Medial Popliteal Artery and Tibiofibular Trunk Exposure"?

Try one of our offerings

Try-out

Unlock your free Incision procedure

Membership

Unlimited access to all 352 courses.

20 per month Get started

Do you want to take the test of "Medial Popliteal Artery and Tibiofibular Trunk Exposure"?

Try one of our offerings

Try-out

Unlock your free Incision course

Free Try course

Membership

Unlimited access to all 352 courses.

20 per month Get started