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NWHSU Mash GA1Q2Musc

NWHSU Mash GA1Q2 Muscles

origin of the psoas major muscle T12-L5
Origin of rectus femoris. anterior inferior iliac spine, ilium at upper rim of acetabulum
Origin of adductor longus. Anterior Pubis
Origin of the vastus lateralis. linea aspera of femur, greater trochanter of femur
Origin of vastus medialis. linea aspera of femur, intertrochanteric line of femur
Origin of the external oblique. Costal Cartilage of Ribs 5-12
Origin of the superior gemellus. ischial spine
origin of the quadratus femoris ischial tuberosity
Common origin of hamstrings. ishial tuberosity
Origin of the gastrocnemius. medial & lateral epicondyle of femur
Origin of the extensor digitorum brevis. anterior calcaneus
Insertion of the iliopsoas. lesser trochantor of femur
insertion of the rectus femoris. patella, tibial tuberosity via patellar ligament
Insertion of pectineus. Pectineal line of femur, inferior to lesser trochanter
Insertion of adductor longus. middle 1/3 of linea aspera of femur
insertion of the adductor brevis muscle linea aspera of femur, pectineal line of femur
Insertion of biceps femoris (be specific). head of fibula- lateral aspect, lateral condyle of tibia
insertion of the adductor magnus anterior head - adductor tubercle of femur, posterior head - linea aspera
insertion of fibularis longus base of 1st metatarsal on plantar surface, 1st cuneiform tarsal bone plantar surface
Insertion of fibularis brevis. base of 5th metatarsal, lateral surface
muscle which originates from the anterior distal fibula (with extensor digitorum longus)and inserts in to the base of the 5th metatarsal fibularis tertius
Originates on the posterior fibula only and its tendon passes behind the medial malleolus. flexor hallucis longus
Muscle that lies immediately deep to the adductor longus: it inserts on only a single landmark. adductor brevis
Muscle that originates only from the lateral epicondyle of the femur and inserts into the calcaneous via the Achilles tendon. plantaris
Muscle which originates from the anterior surface of the sacrum and inserts into the upper part of the greater trochanter, Piriformis
Hamstring that inserts on the posterior medial tibial condyle semimembranosus
Muscle which originates on the ischial tuberosity and inserts on the anterior proximal tibial shaft. semitendinosus
Dorsiflexor of the foot which inserts on the base of the 1st metatarsal and 1st cuneiform. tibialis anterior
muscles which insert on the iliotibial tract Gluteus Maximus Tensor Fasciae Latae
name the muscles whose tendons pass behind the medial malleolus. List them from posterior to anterior as they pass around the malleous flexor hallucis longus, flexor digitorum longus, a tibialis posterior
muscle which lies immediatedly deep to adductor longus adductor brevis
Muscle in which the common fibular (peroneal) nerve divides into its terminal branches Fibularis Longus
specific muscle that is located on the dorsum of the foot and originates from the anterior calcaneus extensor digitorum brevis
Name the muscles forming the 1st layer in the plantar foot. Abductor Hallucis, Flexor Digitorum Brevis, Abductor Digiti Minimi
Name the intrinsic muscles of the foot that form the 1st layer. abductor hallucis, flexor digitorum brevis, abductor digiti minimi
name the muscles that form the 2nd layer of the plantar foot lumbricals, quadratus plantae
Name the muscles that form the 3rd layer of the plantar foot. flexor hallucis brevis, adductor hallucis, flexor digiti minimi brevis
muscle innervated by the inferior gluteal nerve Gluteus Maximus
name the medial rotators of the hip gluteus medius, gluteus minimus, tensor of fasciae latae, adductor magnus-anterior head, pectineus
Most superficial and medial thigh adductor. Gracilis
The strongest hip flexor. iliopsoas (iliacus & psoas major)
Name EVERTORS of the foot. Fibularis Longus, Fibularis Brevis, Fibularis Tertius
muscle which orginates on the proximal ischial tuberosity and inserts on the medial greater trochanter inferior gemellus
Abdominal muscle that rotates the trunk to the opposite side. external oblique
abdominal muscle that rotates the trunk to the same side Internal Oblique
Assume you are constructing a body and want the strongest possible muscular performance across a particular joint. What would you do? multi-pennate muscle and attach it far away from the joint
Lateral rotator of hip only innervated by the obturator nerve. obturator externus
muscle immediately superior to the sciatic nerve in the gluteal region Piriformis
Deepest muscle at the posterior knee. popliteus
Name the lateral rotators of the HIP as listed in the IEMA. Piriformis, Gemellus Superior, Obturator Internus, Gemellus Inferior, Obturator Externus, Quadratus Femoris, Gluteus Maximus, Sartorius, Adductor Magnus (posterior head)
invertor of the foot innervated by the tibial n. posterior tibialis
knee extensor and hip flexor innervated by the femoral nerve rectus femoris
name the medial rotators of the knee sartorius semitendinosus gracilis semimembranosus popliteus -when foot is not fixed on ground
Name invertors of the foot. Tibialis Anterior and Tibialis Posterior
Name the dorsiflexors of the ankle. tibialis anterior, extensor hallicus longus, extensor digitorum longus, fibularis tertius
Lateral rotator of hip located immediately superior to the tendon of the obturator internus muscle. gemellus superior
Name the medial rotators of the hip. Gluteus Medius (anterior fibers), Gluteus Minimus, Tensor of Fasciae Latae, Adductor Magnus (anterior head), Pectineus
name the flexors of the knee biceps femoris, semitendinosus, semimembranosus, gracilis, sartorius, popliteus, plantaris, gastrocnemius
Invertor of the foot innervated by tibial nerve. Tibialis Posterior
Created by: AnatomyMash
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