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Living Anatomy Final

2008 Final Living Anatomy

QuestionAnswer
Gluteus Maximus O: coccyx, edge of sacrum, posterior iliac crest, acrotuberous and sacroiliac ligaments. I: Gluteal tuberosity (upper fibers) Iliotibial tract (lower fibers) A: All fibers: extend hip, laterally rotate hip, abduct hip Lower fibers: Adduct the hip
Gluteus Medius O: gluteal surface of ilim between iliac crest and posterior and anterior gluteal lines I: Greater trochanter A: All fibers: abduct hip Anterior: flex hip, medially rotate hip Posterior: Extend hip, laterally rotate hip
Piriformis O:Anterior Surface of Sacrum I: Greater Trochanter A: Laterally rotate hip, Abduct hip
Sartorius O:Anterior superior iliac spine I: Proximal, medial shaft of tibia at pes anserinus tendon A: flex hip, laterally rotate hip, abduct hip, flex knee, medially rotate flexed knee
Rectus femoris O: Anterior Inferior Iliac Spine(AIIS) I:Tibial Tuberiosity A: Extend Knee, Flex Hip
Tensor Fascia Latae O: Iliac Crest, posterior to ASIS I: Iliotibial tract A: Flex hip, medially rotate the hip, abduct hip
IT Band origin: - anterior iliac crest outer lip, anterior border of the ilium, outer surface of anterior superior iliac spine; - insertion: - iliotibial band of fascia lata on lateroanterior aspect of thigh, about 1/3 of the way down;
Sacrotuberous Ligament O:Ischial Tuberosity I:Edge of sacrum
Iliolumbar Ligament o:transverse processes of fourth and fifth lumbar vertebrae i: posterior iliac crest
Sacroilic ligament connect sacrum to PSIS. Support union of posterior Sacrum and ilium
Vastus Medialis O: medial lip of linea aspera I: tibial tuberosity A: extend knee
Vastus Lateralis o: lateral lip of linea aspera, gluteal tubersoity i: tibial tuberosity A: extend knee
Pes Anserine Sartorius, gracilis and semitendinosus form pes anserinus at proximal medial shaft of tibia. Flat area medial to tibial tuberosity
Soleus o: soleal line, posterior surface of tibia and proximal posterior surface of fibula I: calcaneus via calcaneal tendon A: plantar flex the ankle
gastrocnemius O:condyles of the femur, posterior surfaces I:calcaneus via calcaneal tendon A: flex the knee, plantar flex ankle
Adductor Magnus O: inferior ramus of pubis, ramus of ischium and ischial tuberosity I: Medial lip of linea aspera and adductor tubercle A: Adduct the hip, medially rotate the hip, assist to flex the hip
Peroneus Longus O:Proximal two-thirds of lateral fibula I:base of first metatarsal and medial cuneiform A:evert the foot, assist to plantar flex ankle
Peroneus Brevis O: Distal 2/3 of lateral fibula I: Tuberosity of fifth metatarsal A: Evert the foot, assist to plantar flex
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