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The aim of a lumbar puncture is to remove cerebrospinal fluid from the subarachnoid space. The layers encountered during a lumbar puncture include: a. skin b. subcutaneous fat c. deep fascia d. supraspinous and interspinous ligaments (in midline) e. ligamentum flavum (to the side of the midline between the laminae) f. extradural space (fat and vessels) g. dura and arachnoid (no interval between the two). ENDNOTES 1 Sir Charles Bell, 1774–1842, Scottish surgeon and anatomist, who also described Bell’s facial palsy.

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. Injury to the axillary nerve may result in the following signs: • Weakness (and later wasting) of the deltoid muscle, causing a loss of power during abduction and later ‘flattening’ of the normally rounded contour of the shoulder. • Sensory loss on the upper outer aspect of the arm, over the ‘regimental patch’ area.

Ilium: the ilium makes up the superior two-fifths of the acetabulum, where it fuses with the pubis and the ischium. It expands above, forming the smooth concavity of the false pelvis above the pelvic brim, together with the iliac crest, which is an important region for abdominal and lower limb muscle attachment. • Pubis: the body of the pubis forms the medial portion of the innominate bone and connects with the adjacent pubis at the pubic symphysis. From the body of the pubis, two rami extend.

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