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Hip muscles/actions

Hip muscles and actions

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Name the muscle for this action: Combination of flexion & abduction Tensor fascia latae
Name the nerve & spinal root for: Tensor fascia latae Superior gluteal nerve and spinal root: L4 L5
Name the muscle for this action: Combination of flexion abduction and lateral rotation Sartorius
Name the nerve & spinal root for: Sartorius Iliopsoas (psoas part) & Pectineus Femoral nerve and spinal root: L2 L3
Name the muscles for this action: Flexion Rectus femoris iliopsoas pectineus
Name the nerve & spinal root for: Rectus femoris Femoral nerve and spinal root: L2 L3 L4
Name the nerve & spinal root for: Iliopsoas (iliacus part) Anterior rami nerve and spinal root: L2 L3
Name the muscles for this action: Extension Gluteus maximus semitendinosus semimembranosus biceps femoris (long head)
Name the nerve & spinal root for: Gluteus maximus Inferior gluteal nerve and spinal root: L5 S1 S2
Name the nerve & spinal root for: semitendinosus semimembranosus biceps femoris (long head) Sciatic nerve and spinal root: L5 S1 S2
Name the muscle for this action: Hyperextension Gluteus maximus
Name the muscles for this action: Abduction Gluteus medius & gluteus minimus
Name the nerve & spinal root for: Gluteus medius & gluteus minimus Superior gluteal nerve and spinal root: L5 S1 S2
Name the muscles for this action: Adduction Pectineus adductor longus adductor brevis adductor magnus & gracilis
Name the nerve & spinal root for: Adductor longus adductor brevis Obturator nerve and spinal root: L2 L3 L4
Name the nerve & spinal root for: Adductor magnus Obturator nerve and spinal root: L3 L4
Name the nerve & spinal root for: Gracilis Obturator nerve and spinal root: L2 L3
Name the muscle for this action: Medial Rotation Gluteus minimus
Name the muscle for this action: Lateral Rotation Gluteus maximus & deep rotators
Name the nerves & spinal roots for: Deep rotators - Obturator externus Obturatoe internus Gemellus superios Quadratus femoris Gemellus inferior & Piriformis Deep rotator muscles for the Obturator Anterior rami (2)obturatoe internus & (2)quadratus femoris nerves and spinal root: L3 L4 L5 S1 S2
Name the proximal/distal attachments & the nerve for Deep Rotator Muscle: Obturator externus Proximal attachment: Rami of pubis & ischium Distal attachment: Trochanteric fossa Nerve: Obturator
Name the proximal/distal attachments & the nerve for Deep Rotator Muscle: Obturator internus Proximal attachment: Rami of pubis & ischium Distal attachment: Greater trochanter Nerve: to obturator internus
Name the proximal/distal attachments & the nerve for Deep Rotator Muscle: Quadratus femoris Proximal attachment: Ischial tuberosity Distal attachment: Intertrochanteric crest Nerve: to quadratus femoris
Name the proximal/distal attachments & the nerve for Deep Rotator Muscle: Piriformis Proximal attachment: Sacrum Distal attachment: Greater trochanter Nerve: S1 S2 segments
Name the proximal/distal attachments & the nerve for Deep Rotator Muscle: Gemellus superior Proximal attachment: Ischium Distal attachment: Greater trochanter Nerve: to obturator internus
Name the proximal/distal attachments & the nerve for Deep Rotator Muscle: Gemellus inferior Proximal attachment: Ischial tuberosity Distal attachment: Greater trochanter Nerve: to quadratus femoris
Name the action for: Tensor fascia latae Combination of flexion & abduction
Name the muscle for the Superior gluteal nerve and spinal root: L4 L5 Tensor fascia latae
Name the action for: Sartorius Combination of flexion abduction and lateral rotation
Name the muscles for the Femoral nerve and spinal root: L2 L3 Sartorius Iliopsoas (psoas part) & Pectineus
Name the action for: Rectus femoris iliopsoas pectineus Flexion
Name the muscle for the Femoral nerve and spinal root: L2 L3 L4 Rectus femoris
Name the muscle for the Anterior rami nerve and spinal root: L2 L3 Iliopsoas (iliacus part)
Name the action for: Gluteus maximus semitendinosus semimembranosus biceps femoris (long head) Extension
Name the muscle for the Inferior gluteal nerve and spinal root: L5 S1 S2 Gluteus maximus
Name the muscle for the Sciatic nerve and spinal root: L5 S1 S2 semitendinosus semimembranosus biceps femoris (long head)
Name the action for: Gluteus maximus Hyperextension
Name the action for: Gluteus medius & gluteus minimus Abduction
Name the muscles for the Superior gluteal nerve and spinal root: L5 S1 S2 Gluteus medius & gluteus minimus
Name the action for: Pectineus adductor longus adductor brevis adductor magnus & gracilis Adduction
Name the muscles for the Obturator nerve and spinal root: L2 L3 L4 Adductor longus adductor brevis
Name the muscle for the Obturator nerve and spinal root: L3 L4 Adductor magnus
Name the muscle for the Obturator nerve and spinal root: L2 L3 Gracilis
Name the action for: Gluteus minimus Medial Rotation
Name the action for: Gluteus maximus & deep rotators Lateral Rotation
Name the deep rotator muscles for the Obturator Anterior rami (2)obturatoe internus & (2)quadratus femoris nerves and spinal root: L3 L4 L5 S1 S2 Deep rotators - Obturator externus Obturator internus Gemellus superios Quadratus femoris Gemellus inferior & Piriformis
rectus femoris which of the quadriceps muscles crosses two joints?
which movement is created by all muscles of the quadriceps group? extension of the knee
what is the common attachment site for all of the quadriceps? tibial tuberosity
what attachment site do all of the hamstrings have in common? ischial tuberosity
semimembranosus is deep to which muscle? semitendinosus
which cable-like band of connective tissue can be isolated just anterior to the distal biceps femoris tendon? iliotibial tract
which is the origin of the rectus femoris? anterior inferior iliac spine (AIIS)
which is the insertion of the quadriceps femoris group? tibial tuberosity
gluteal tuberosity lateral lip of linea aspera
which of the following is an action of the vastus lateralis? extend the knee
which is the origin of the vastus medialis? medial lip of linea aspera
which of the following is an acton of the vastus medialis? extend the knee
which is the origin of the vastus intermedius? anterior and lateral shaft of the femur
which of the following is an action of the vastus intermedius? extend the knee
which is the origin of the short head of the biceps femoris? lateral lip of linea aspera
which is the insertion of the biceps femoris? head of the fibula
which of the following is an action of the biceps femoris? laterally rotate the hip
which is the origin of the semitendinosus? ischial tuberosity
which of the following is an action of the semitendinosus? flex the knee
which is the origin of the semimembranosus? ischial tuberosity
which is the insertion of the semimembranosus? posterior aspect of medial condyle of tibia
which gluteal muscle medially rotates and flexes the hip? gluteus minimus
how many muscles are there in the adductor group? 5
gracilis is the only adductor that crosses which joint? tibiofemoral
which action is common to all muscles in the adductor group? medial rotation of the hip
the origin of which muscle can be located between the ischial tuberosity and the adductor tubercle? adductor magnus
which cable like band of connective tissue can be isolated just anterior to the distal biceps femoris tendon? iliotibial tract
which of the following is a part of the origin of the gluteus maximus? edge of sacrum
which of the following is a part of the insertion of the gluteus maximus? gluteal tuberosity
which of the following is an action of the gluteus maximus' lower fibers? adduct the hip
which of the following is a part of the origin of the gluteus medius? posterior and anterior gluteal lines
which is the insertion of the gluteus medius? greater trochanter
which of the following is an action of the gluteus medius? flex the hip
which is the origin of the gluteus minimus? gluteal surface of the ilium between anterior and inferior gluteal lines
which is the insertion of the gluteus minimus? anterior border of greater trochanter
which of the following is an action of the gluteus minimus? abduct the hip
which is a part of the origin of the adductor magnus? superior ramus of the pubis
which is the insertion of the adductor magnus? medial lip of linea aspera and adductor tubercle
which of the following is an action of the posterior fibers of the adductor magnus? extend the hip
which is the origin of the adductor longus? pubic tubercle
which is the insertion of the adductor longus? medial lip of linea aspera
which of the following is an action of the adductor longus? assist to flex the hip
which is the origin of the adductor brevis? inferior ramus of pubis
which is the insertion of the adductor brevis? pectineal line and medial lip of linea aspera
which of the following is an action of the adductor brevis? medially rotate the hip
which is the origin of the pectineus? superior ramus of pubis
which is the insertion of the pectineus? pectineal line of femur
which of the following is an action of the pectineus? laterally rotate the hip
which is the origin of the gracilis? iliac crest
which of the following is an action of the gracilis? medially rotate the flexed knee
posterior to the ASIS iliac crest
which is the insertion of the tensor fasciae latae? iliotibial tract
which of the following is an action of the tensor fasciae latae? abduct the hip
which is the origin of the sartorius? anterior superior iliac spine (ASIS)
which of the following is an action of the sartorius? flex the hip
which is the origin of the piriformis? anterior surface of sacrum
which is the insertion of the piriformis? greater trochanter
which of the following is an action of the piriformis? abduct the hip when the hip is flexed
which is the origin of the quadratus femoris? lateral border of ischial tuberosity
between the greater and lesser trochanters? intertrochanteric crest
which is the origin of the obturator internus? obturator membrane and inferior surface of obturator foramen
which is the origin of the obturator externus? superior and inferior rami of pubis
which is the insertion of the obturator externus? trochanteric fossa of femur
which is the origin of th gemellus superior? ischial spine
which is the insertion of the gemellus superior? upper border of greater trochanter
which is the origin of the gemellus inferior? ischial tuberosity
which is the insertion of the gemellus inferior? upper border of greater trochanter
which is the origin of the psaoa major? bodies and transverse processes of lumbar vertebrae
which is the insertion of the psoas major? lesser trochanter
which of the following is an action of the psoas major? medially rotate the hip
which is the origin of the iliacus? iliac fossa
which is the insertion of the iliacus? lesser trochanter
Created by: Sue Stanisz Russel Sue Stanisz Russel on 2010-11-05



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