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OIA pelv limb

superficial gluteal m. O: sacrum/1st caudal vertebrae, sacrotuberous ligament I: 3rd trochanter of femur A: extend hip, abduct hip
middle gluteal m. O: crest & gluteal surface of ilium I: greater trochanter of femur A: extend hip, rotate limb medially
deep gluteal m. O: body of ilium, ischiatic spine I: greater trochanter A: extend hip, abduct hip, rotate limb medially
piriformis m. O: last vertebrae of sacrum, 1st vertebrae of tail I: same tendon as middle gluteal A: extend the hip
biceps femoris m. O: sacrotub lig, ischiatic tubrsty I: patella(r lig), (A) cran border of lat aspect of tib via fascia lata & crural fasc, (B) tuber calc via crural fasc A: extend hip, extend stifle jt when fixed, (A) flex stifle jt when not fixed (B) extend tarsal jt
semitendinosus m. O: ischiatic tuberosity I: med aspect proximal tib, tuber calcanei via crurual fascia A: extend hip & tarsal jt, extend stifle jt when fixed, flex stifle jt when not fixed
semimembranosus m. O: ischiatic tuberosity I: caudal surface of distal femur, proximal tibia A: extend the hip jt, flex OR extend the stifle jt
sartorius m. O: ventral border of cranial ilium & adjacent fascia I: patella, cranial tibia A: flex hip jt, flex OR extend stifle jt
pectineus m. O: ilopubic eminence, pectin of the pubis I: caudomedial aspect of distal femur A: adduct the limb
gracilis m. O: pelvic symphysis I: cranial border of the tibia and tuber calcanei A: adduct limb, extend hip, slex stifle jt, extend tarsal jts
adductor m. O: pelvic symphysis & adjacent ischial arch, ventral pubis & ischium I: lateral lip of the caudal surface of the femur A: adduct the limb, extend the hip jt.
tensor fascia latae m. O: tuber coxae & adjacent part of ilium I: lateral femoral fascia A: tense lateral femoral fascia, flex hip, extend stifle jt.
quadriceps femoris m. O: rectus femoris m.-tuberosity for rect. fem. m.; vastus lateralis, medialis, & intermed. m.-prox femur I: tibial tuberosity vial patellar lig A: extend stifle jt, rectus femoris m.- flex hip jt.
Created by: jesters



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