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Pelvis & Hip & Thigh Surface anatomy & Marker set ANATOMY WORKSHOP Seoul National University Bundang Hospital Lee, Kyougn Min, MD
TERMINOLOGY Anterior : Posterior Medial : Lateral Joint: Hip, knee, ankle Flexion, extension, abduction, adduction, internal rotation, external rotation
MUSCLE ACTION Joint movement Origin & insertion One joint muscle, multijoint muscle Agoinst & antagonist muscle Balanced, controlled movement
PSI S ASI S Iliac crest Pubic symphysis Ischial tuberosity Sacrum
ASIS Sacrum (btw PSIS) Lat thigh Lat Knee Lat shank Lat ankle Toe (btw 2 & 3) Heel HELEN-HAYES MARKER SET
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