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ITM leg muscle test

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which muscle acts in flexion and adduction of the hip adductor longus & adductor brevis, pectinius & adductor magnus
which muscle inserts on the anterior proximal tibial shaft semitendinosis
which muscle in the quadriceps group crosses both the hip and the knee joint rectus femoris
which muscle inserts on the linea aspera adductor longus, adductor magnus, adductor brevis
vastus is a latin term for immense
which muscle is the most superficial and medial of the adductors gracilis
which muscle forms the medial border of the femoral triangle adductor longus
which muscle is the uppermost of the medial thigh muscle pectinius
which muscle has its origin on the anterior inferior iliac spine rectus femoris
which muscle along with the femoral shaft form the letter V gracilis
which muscle acts in medial rotation of a flexed knee semimembranosus, biceps femoris
the adductor hiatus is an opening formed by the insertions of adductor magnus
which muscle inserts on the head of the fibula and acts in extension of the hip and lateral rotation of the knee biceps femoris
which muscle has its origin on the anterior pubis and inserts between the lesser trochanter and linea aspera of the posterior femur pectinius
which muscle is the deepest quadricep vastus intermedius
which muscle acts in medial rotation of a flexed knee semimembranosus & gracilis
which muscles act in extension of the knee vastus medialis, vastus intermedius, rectus femoris
which muscle is the deepest adductor adductor magnus
which muscle has an emergence of the femoral artery and vein near its insertion adductor magnus
which muscle has its origin on the ischial tuberosity and inserts into the posterior medial tibial condyle semimembranosus
action of biceps femoris (pic) extension of hip, flexion of knee, lateral rotation of flexed knee
action of pectinius (pic) adduction of femur at hip
action of vastus medialis (pic) extension of knee
action of vastus lateralis (pic) extension of knee
action of semitendinosis (pic) flexion of knee, extension of hip, medial rotation of flexed knee
which muscle is know as the "key that unlocks the knee" popliteus
this muscle is the strongest plantar flexor of the ankle soleus
this muscle originates on lateral shaft of the tibia and interosseous membrane, inverts the foot and dorsiflexes the ankle tibialis anterior
which muscle originates on the lateral shaft of the fibula and inserts on the base of the 5th metatarsal peroneus brevis
which is the deeper plantar flexor of the ankle soleus
which muscle originates on the posterior fibula and flexes the great toe flexor hallucis longus
which muscle runs along the sole of the foot to attach to the 1st metatarsal peroneus longus
because of paralysis which muscle causes foot drop tibialis anterior
which muscle originates from the posterior tibia and acts to flex the four lateral toes flexor digitorum longus
which muscle originates on the posterior tibia, fibula, and interosseus membrane and its action is inversion of the foot and plantar flexion of the ankle tibialis posterior
which muscle acts in plantar flexion of the ankle or assists in flexion of the knee gastrocnemius
this muscle functions to place the foot flat on the ground by raising the lateral border peroneus tertius
this muscle has its origin on the lateral epicondyle of the femur and inserts into the calcaneus plantaris
which muscles act in eversion of the foot peroneus brevis and peroneus longus
which muscle originates on the distal fibula and its action is eversion and dorsiflexion of the foot peroneus tertius
to turn the foot outward eversion
to turn the foot inward inversion
helpful when walking on uneven sufaces the action of the foot evertors
plantaris lies between... gastrocnemius
action of extensor hallucis longus (pic) dorsiflexion of ankle
action of gastrocnemius (pic) plantar flexion of ankle, flexion of knee
action of tibialis posterior (pic) plantar flexion of ankle, inversion of foot
action of popliteus (pic) flexion of knee, unlocks knee in flexed position
action of peroneus fibularis longus (pic) plantar flexion of ankle, eversion of foot
deepest muscle at the back of the knee popliteus
derived from the greek word for fibula peroneus
Created by: mjjjmom