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leg anatomy

in honor of me breaking my leg

QuestionAnswer
sole bone in upper leg region femur
major muscles in upper leg hamstrings, quadricep
4 muscles at the front of the upper leg quadricep
3 muscles at the back of the upper leg hamstrings
kneecap bone patella
2 bones in lower leg tibia fibula
moves lower leg and knee quadriceps
affect hip and knee movement hamstrings
femur meets with tibia and fibula here knee
largest joint in human body knee
connect plantaris, calf, soleus to heel Achilles tendon
where tibia and fibula meet foot ankle
tip DONT BREAK UR LEG
Created by: mackayS