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Psoas Major O: Lumbar Vert. I: Femur A: Flexes thigh
Iliacus O: Ilium I: Femur A: Flexes Thigh
Gluteus Maximus O: Sacrum, Coccyx, and ilium I: Femur, Facia A: Extends thigh
Gluteus Medius O: Ilium I: Femur A: Abducts, rotates thigh medial
Adductor Longus O: Pubic Bone I: Posterior of Femur A: Adducts thigh
Adductor Magnus O: Ischium I: Femur A: Adducts thigh, rotates thigh laterally
Gracilis O: Pubis I: Tibia A: Adducts thigh, rotates lower limb medially
Sartorius O: Ilium I: Tibia A: Flexes leg, abducts thigh, rotates thigh laterally (Gum on shoe) *Longest muscle
Biceps femoris O: Ischium, femur I: Tibia, fibula A: Flexes leg, extends thigh *1 of 3 Hamstring
Semitendinosus O: Ischium I: Tibia A: Flexes Leg, extends thigh *2 of 3 Hamstring
Semimembranosus* O: Ischium I: Tibia A: flexes leg, extends thigh *3 of 3 hamstring
Rectus Femoris * Quadriceps (¼) O: Ilium I: Patella leading to tibia A: Extends leg at knee *Antagonist of hamstrings
Vastus Lateralis (2/4) O: Posterior of Femur I: Patella leading to tibia A: Extends leg at knee
Vastus Medialis (3/4) O: Medial surface of Femur I: Patella leading to tibia A: Extends leg at knee
Vastus Intermedius* (4/4) O: Anterior surface of the femur I: Patella leading to tibia A: Extends leg at knee
Tibialis Anterior O: Lateral surface of tibia I: Tarsal bones (cuneiform) 1 st metatarsal A: Dorsiflexion and inversion of foot
Gastrocnemius O: Femur I: Posterior surface of the Calcaneus A: Plantar flexion of foot, flex knee
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Soleus O: Fibula and Tibia I: Posterior surface of calcaneus A: Plantar flexion of foot
Fibularis Longus O: Tibia and Fibula I: Tarsals and metatarsals A: Plantar flexion, * Extensor Digitorium
Iliopsoas Muscle: flexion and medial rotation of the thigh O: Ilium and lumbar vertebrae I: femur.
Iliopsoas (Psoas major & Iliacus) Action –flexion at hip –flexion at lumbar intervertebral joints (psoas major only)
Muscles of the Leg
M USCLES THAT M OVE THE L OWER L IMB p M USCLES THAT MOVE THE T HIGH Anterior and Posterior groups Anterior: primarily flex thigh Posterior:
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Name: Action: Gluteus maximus Hip extension Muscle.
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Lab 21 Muscles of the Pelvis, Leg and Foot. Muscles to know psoas major iliacus gluteus maximus gluteus medius sartorius quadriceps femoris (4) gracilus.
G. Muscles of the Arm * move the forearm (elbow).
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KNR 181 Muscles Acting on Lower Extremities Exam Review $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100$100$100 $200 $300 $400 $500 Origins Insertions Actions Identification.
Lateral Pterygoid You need to dissect the mandible in order to see this Works with medial pterygoid to lower the mandible and open the jaw This is a deep.
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GLUTEAL REGION, THIGH & LEG THE FUTURE BELONGS TO THOSE WHO BELIEVE IN THE BEAUTY OF THEIR DREAMS. ELEANOR ROOSEVELT Lecture 10 Idara C. Eshiet WINDSOR.
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