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NWHSU GA1 exam 2 pt1

Origin insertion action and nerve

QuestionAnswer
Sartorious o) i) a)5 n) o)ASIS i)medial upper shaft of tibia a)flexion of femur abduction of femur lateral rotation of femur flexion of knee medial rotation of tibia (unweighted foot) n)Femoral
Iliacus o) i) a) n) o)Iliac fossa of illium i)lesser trochanter of femur a)flexion of femur n)femoral n
psoas major o)2 i) a)2 n) o)lumbar vertebrae L1-5 TP T12-L5 vertebral bodies and IV discs i)lesser trochanter of femur a)flexion of trunk assist in lateral flexion of trunk n)L2,3 spinal nerve
rectus femoris o) i)2 a)2 n) o)AIIS i)Patella tibial tuberosity via patellar ligament a)extension of knee flexion of femur n)femoral
vastus medialis o)2 i)2 a) n) o)linea aspera of femur intertrochanteric line of femur i)patella tibial tuberosity via patellar ligament a)extension of knee n)femoral
vastus lateralis o)2 i)2 a) n) o)linea aspera of femur greater trochanter of femur i)patella tibial tuberosity via patellar ligament a)extension of knee n)femoral
vastus intermedius o) i)2 a) n) o)anterior lateral femoral shaft i)patella tibial tuberosity via patellar lifament a)extension of knee n)femoral
pectineus o) i) a)3 n) o)superior ramus of anterior pubis i)pectineal line of femur a)flexion of femur adduction of femur medial rotation of femur n)Femoral
adductor longus o) i) a)2 n) o)anterior pubis, inferior to pubic crest i)linea aspera of femur a)adduction of femur assists flexion of femur n)obtorator
adductor brevis o) i)2 a)2 n) o)anterior pubis i)linea aspera of femur pectineal line a)addduction of femur assists flexion of femur n)obturator
adductor magnus anterior head o) i) a)3 n) o)inferior ramus of pubis i)adductor tubercle of femur a)adduction of femur flexion of femur medial rotation of femur n)obturator
adductor magnus posterior head o)2 i) a)3 n) o)ischial tuberosity ramus of ischium i) linea aspera of femur a)adduction of femur extension of femur lateral rotation of femur n)sciatic
gracilis o) i) a)3 n) o)inferior ramus of anterior pubis i)medial proximal tibia a)adduction of femur flexion of knee medial rotation when knee is bent n)obturator
gluteus maximus o)3 i)2 a)2 n) o)posterior sacrum ilium posterior superior gluteal line i)gluteal tuberosity of femur iliotibial tract, lateral condyle of tibia a)extension of femur lateral rotation n)inferior gluteal
gluteus medius o)2 i) a)2 n) o)iliac crest of ilium ilium between superior and middle gluteal lines i)greater trochanter of femur a)abductor of femur medial rotation of femur n)superior gluteal
gluteus minimus o) i) a)2 n) o)posterior ilium- between middle and inferior lines i)anterior surface at greater trochanter a)abduction of femur medial rotation of femur n)superior gluteal
Tensor of fasciae latae o) i) a)5 n) o)iliac crest i)iliotibial tract a)flexion of femur abduction of femur medial rotation of femur stability of extended knee while standing extention of knee n)superior gluteal
six deep lateral rotators of femur 1.piriformis 2.gemellus superior 3.obturator internus 4.obturator externus 5.gemellus inferior 6.quadratus femoris
piriformis o) i) a)2 n) o)pelvic surface of sacrum i)greater trochanter of femur a)lateral rotation of hip abduction when flexed n)sacral plexus
quadratus femoris o) i) a)2 n) o)tuberosity of ischium i)quadrate line a)lateral rotation of hip abduction when rotated n)sacral plexus
obturator externus o)2 i) a)2 n) o)rami of pubis external surface of obturator membrane i)greater trochanter of femur a)lateral rotation of hip adduction n)obturator
gemellus superior o) i) a)2 n) o)spine of ischium i)greater trochanter of femur a)lateral rotation of hip abduction when hip is flexed n)sacral plexus
gemellus inferior o) i) a)2 n) o)tuberosity of ischium i)greater trochanter of femur a)lateral rotation of hip abduction when hip is flexed n)sacral plexus
biceps femoris o)2 i)2 a)3 n)2 o)LH- ischial tuberosity SH- linea aspera i)head of fibula lateral condyle of fibia a)flexion of knee lateral rotation of tibia when knee is flexed *long head - extension of femur n)LH- sciatic nerve, tibial division SH_ " " fibul
hamstring muscles biceps femoris semitendinosis semimembranosis
semitendinosis o) i) a)3 n) o)ischial tuberosity i)anterior proximal tibial shaft a)extension of femur flexion of knee medial rotation of tibia when knee is flexed n)sciatic n, tibial division
semimembranosis o) i) a)3 n) o)Ischial tuberosity i)posterior medial tibial condyle a)flexion of knee extension of femur medial rotation of tibia when knee is flexed n)sciatic n, tibial division
tibialis anterior o)3 i)2 a)2 n) o)lateral condyle of tibia lateral shaft of tibia interosseous membrane i)base of first metatarsal (plantar) medial cuneiform (plantar) a)dorsiflexion of ankle inversion of foot n) deep fibular
extensor digitorum longus o)2 i) a)2 n) o)lateral condyle of tibia proximal anterior shaft of fibula i)middle and distal phalanges of 4 lateral toes a)extension of 4 lateral toes dorsiflexion of ankle n)deep fibular
extensor hallicus longus o)2 i) a)3 n) o)anterior shaft of fibbula interosseus membrane i)base of distal phalanx of great toe a)extension of great toe @ IP joint extension of great toe @ MP joint Assists dorsiflexion of foot n)deep fibular
fibularis tertius o) i) a)2 n) o)anterior distal fibula i)base of 5th metatarsal a)eversion of foot assists dorsiflexion of foot n)deep fibular
fibularis longus o) i)2 a)2 n) o)head and lateral shaft of fibula i)base of 1st metatarsal (plantar) medial cuneiform (plantar) a)eversion of foot plantarflexion of ankle n)superficial fibular
fibularis brevis o) i) a)2 n) o)lateral shaft of fibula i)base of 5th metatarsal, lateral surface a)eversion of foot assists in plantar flexion of ankle n)superficial fibular
gastrocnemius o)2 i) a)2 n) o)medial head: medial epicondyle of femur lateral head: lateral epicondyle of femur i) calcaneus via achilles tendon a)plantarflexion of ankle assists in flexion of knee n)tibial n
soleus o)3 i) a) n) o)soleal line of tibia posterior head of fibula upper shaft of fibula i)calcaneus via calcaneal tendon a)plantarflexion of ankle n)tibial
tibialis posterior o)3 i)2 a)2 n) o)posterior tibia posterior fibula interosseus membrane i)navicular adjacent tarsal and metatarsal bones (plantar) a)inversion of foot plantarflexion of ankle n)tibial
flexor digitorum longus o) i) a)2 n) o)posterior tibia i)distal phalanges of 4 lateral toes a)flexion of 4 lateral toes plantarflexion of ankle n)tibial
flexor hallucis longus o) i) a)2 n) o)posterior fibula i)distal phalynx of great toe a)flexion of great toe assists in plantarflexion n)tibial
plantaris o) i) a)2 n) o)lateral epicondyle of femur i)calcaneus via calcaneal tendon a)assist in plantarflexion assists in flexion of knee n)tibial
popliteus o) i) a)2 n) o)lateral condyle of femur i)posterior proximal tibial shaft a)lateral rotation of femur (unlock) medial rotation of tibia when knee is flexed n)tibial
extensor digitorum brevis o) i) a) n) o)anterior calcaneus i)extensor expansion of 4 medial toes a)extension of 4 medial toes n)deep fibular
extensor hallucis brevis o) i) a) n) o)anterior calcaneus i)base of proximal phalynx of great toe a)assist in extension of great toe @ MP joint n)deep fibular
abductor hallucis o) i) a)2 n) o)calcaneus i)base of proximal phalynx of great toe a)flexion of great toe at MP joint flexion of great toe at IP joint n)medial plantar
1st layer of foot muscles from medial to lateral 1.abductor hallucis 2.flexor digitorum brevis 3.abductor digiti minimi
flexor digitorum brevis o) i) a) n) o)calcaneus i)middle phalanges of 4 lateral toes a)flexion of 4 lateral toes @MP and IP joints n)medial plantar
abductor digiti minimi o) i) a)2 n) o)calcaneus i)base of proximal phalynx of little toe a)flexion of 5th toe abduction of 5th toe n)lateral plantar
muscles of foot layer 2, posterior to anterior 1. quadratus plantae 2. lubricals
lumbricals o) i) a)2 n)2 o)tendon of flexor digitorum longus i)extensor expansion to 4 lateral toes a)flexion of 4 lateral toes at MP joint extension of 4 lateral toes at IP joint n)2nd toe - medial plantar 3rd,4th,5th toes - lateral plantar
quadratus plantae o) i) a) n) o)calcaneus i)tendon of flexor digitorum longus a)assists in flexion of 4 lateral toes n)lateral plantar
flexor hallucis brevis o) i) a) n) o)base of metatarsal of great toe i)base of proximal phalynx of great toe a)flexion of great toe n)medial plantar
adductor hallucis o)2 i) a)2 n) o)oblique head - base or 2nd,3rd metatarsals transverse head - 3rd,4th,5th MP joint capsules i)base of proximal phalynx of great toe a)adduction of great toe @ MP joint flexion of great toe @ MP joint n)lateral plantar
flexor digiti minimi brevis o)2 i) a) n) o)cuboid base of 5th metatarsal i)base of proximal phalynx of 5th toe a)flexion of 5th toe @ MP joint n)lateral plantar
muscles of 3rd layer of foot, medial - lateral 1. flexor hallucis brevis 2. adductor hallucis 3. flexor digiti minimi brevus
dorsal interossei o) i) a)4 n) o)adjacent metatarsals i)extensor expansion of 2nd,3rd and 4th toes a)abduction of 2nd,3rd and 4th toes @mp joint Adduction of 2nd toe @mp joint flexion of 2,3,4 toes @ MP Extension of 2,3,4 at IP n)lateral plantar
plantar iinterossei o) i) a)3 n) o)medial side of 3rd, 4th and 5th metatarsals i)extensor expansion to 3 lateral toes a)adduction of 3,4,5 toes @MP assists flexion of 3,4,5 toes @MP assists extension or 3,4,5 @ IP n)lateral plantar
muscles of 4th later of foot 1. dorsal interossei 2. plantar interossei
Created by: Aaron Esquibel Aaron Esquibel on 2012-02-08



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