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4-2: Hip and Thigh
Medial Femoral Compartment Structures
Anterior Femoral Compartment Structures
Lateral femoral cutaneous nerve
Cutaneous branches of femoral nerve
Femoral nerve branches( Vastus Medialis)
Great saphenous vein
Saphenous hiatus Facia hiatus for greater saphenous vein
Inguinal Lymph Nodes
Fascia Lata & Illiotibial band
Superior gemellus and Inferior Gemellus
Tensor fasciae latae
Superior gluteal artery and Nerve
Posterior femoral cutaneous nerve
Long Head Biceps femoris
Short Head of Biceps femoris
Common fibular nerve
Perforating branches of deep femoral a.
Femur Medial intramuscular septum Posterior intramuscular septum Lateral intramuscular septum Iliotibial tract Sciatic n. Plate 493.
Iliopsoas Great saphenous vein Pectineus Femoral artery Adductor longus Gracilis Vastus medialis Rectus femoris Vastus lateralis Tensor fascia latae Femoral.
Femor Hip Joint Superficial fascia Cribriform Fscia.
Vastus lateralis m. Vastus medialis m. Tensor fascia latae m. Origin of sartorius m. Tibialis anterior m. Tendons of extensor digitorum m. Tendon of extensor.
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DEMO - IV DEMO - IV (Thigh and Gluteal Regions) Ali Jassim Alhashli Year IV – Unit VII – Musculoskeletal System.
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Human Lower Body Muscles. Muscles of Abdominal Wall Group III Human:
Hip Joint. The hip is the most proximal of the lower extremity joints. It is very important in weight- bearing and walking activities. Like the shoulder,
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PTA Students Curtis, Tonya, Emilee, & Zeke. Them Bones….. …Of the iliofemoral joint. And one extra.
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Iliopsoas (Psoas major & Iliacus) Action –flexion at hip –flexion at lumbar intervertebral joints (psoas major only)
Review of the Hip. Biceps Femoris Actions? Extension External rotation Name the muscle and its actions.
Dr. SREEKANTH THOTA DEPARTMENT OF ANATOMY Lower limb.
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15-1 Kinesiology for Manual Therapies Chapter 15 The Hip Joint and Pelvic Girdle McGraw-Hill © 2011 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved.
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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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Anatomical Spaces Femoral Triangle & Content Adductor Canal & Content.
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Copyright © 2010 Pearson Education, Inc. Muscles Crossing Hip and Knee Joints Include flexion, extension, abduction, adduction, circumduction, and rotation.
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