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K Ankle, foot, resp

OIAN

TermDefinition
soleus O posterior tibia & fibula
soleus I posterior calcaneus
soleus A ankle plantar flexion
soleus N tibial nerve S1, S2
plantaris O posterior lateral condyle of femur
plantaris I posterior calcaneus
plantaris A very weak assist in knee flex & ankle plantar flex
plantaris N tibial nerve L4, L5, S1
tibialis posterior O interosseous membrane, adjacent tibia & fibula
tibialis posterior I navicular & most tarsals & metatarsals
tibialis posterior A ankle inversion: assists in plantar flexion
tibialis posterior N tibial nerve L5, S1
flexor hallucis longus O posterior fibula & interosseous membrane
flexor hallucis longus I distal phalanx of the great toe
flexor hallucis longus A flexes great toe; assists in inversion & plantar flex of the ankle
flexor hallucis longus N tibial nerve L5, S1, S2
flexor digitorum longus O posterior tibia
flexor digitorum longus I distal phalanx of four lesser toes
flexor digitorum longus A flexes the four lesser toes; assists in ankle inversion & plantar flexion of the ankle
flexor digitorum longus N tibial nerve L5, S1
extensor hallucis longus O fibula & interosseous membrane
extensor hallucis longus I distal phalanx of great toe
extensor hallucis longus A extends 1st toe; assists in ankle inversion & dorsiflexion
extensor hallucis longus N deep peroneal nerve L4, L5, S1
extensor digitorum longus O fibula, interosseous membrane, tibia
extensor digitorum longus I distal phalanx of 4 lesser toes
extensor digitorum longus A extends 4 lesser toes, assists in ankle dorsiflexion
extensor digitorum longus N deep peroneal nerve L4, L5, S1
peroneus brevis O lateral distal fibula
peroneus brevis I base of 5th metatarsal
peroneus brevis A ankle eversion; assists in plantar flexion
peroneus brevis N superficial peroneal nerve L4, L5, S1
peroneus tertius O distal medial fibula
peroneus tertius I base of fifth metatarsal
peroneus tertius A asssists somewhat in ankle eversion & dorsiflexion
peroneus tertius N deep peroneal nerve L4, L5, S1
diaphragm O xiphoid process, ribs, lumbar vertebrae
diaphragm I central tendon
diaphragm A inspiration
diaphragm N phrenic nerve
external intercostal O rib above
external intercostal I rib below
external intercostal A elevate ribs
external intercostal N intercostal nerve T2-T6
internal intercostal O rib below
internal intercostal I rib above
internal intercostal A depress ribs
internal intercostal N intercostal nerve T2-T6
Created by: jessigirrl4
 

 



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