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OINA for Knee joint

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What is the origin of vastis lasteralis? Introchanteric line and linea aspera
What is the origin of vastus intermedius Upper 2/3 of femur
What is the origin of Vastis medialis? Linea aspera
What is the origin of Semitendinosis Ishcial tuberosity
What is the origin of semimembranosis? Ischil tuberosity
What is the origin of biceps femoris? Ischial tuberosity
What is the origin of rectus femoris? AIIS
Name three muscles that originate on the ischial tuberosity? Semimembranosis, Semitendinosis, Biceps femoris, Adductor magnus
What is the origin for Poplitius? Post lat condyle of femur
What is innervated by the femoral nerve? Vast lateralis, Vastus intermedius, vastus medialis, rectus femoris, sartorius, illiopsoa, pectinius
What is the insertion of Vastis Lateralis? lat portion of the patella and tibial tuberosity
What is the INSERTION of Vastis Intermedius? superior pole of patella and tibial tuberosity
What is the insertion of Vastis Medialis? Tibial tuberosity
What is the insertion of Semitendinosis ant med con of tibia
What is the insertion of Semimembranosis post surf med tib condyle
What is the insertion of Biceps Femoris Lat condyle tibia and head of fibula
What is innervated by the tibial division of the sciatic nerve Semimembranosis, semitendinosis, poplitius and long head biceps femoris
What is the Insertion of Rectus femoris? sup aspect patella and tibial tuberosity
what is the INSERTION of Popliteus? Upper post med surface tibia
What is innervated by the common fibular division of the sciatic nerve? Short head of biceps femoris
What is the action of Vast lat? Knee extension
What is the action of Vast Intermedius Knee Externsion
What is the action of vastus medialis Knee extension
What is the action of semitendinosis? Knee flexion and hip extension
What is the action of semimembranosis Knee flexion and hip extension
What is the action of biceps femoris? Knee flexion and hip extension
What is the action of Rectus femoris? Knee extension and hip flexion
What is the action of Poplitius? Internal roatation of the knee and, Knee flexion
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