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Muscle exam

origin, insertion and movement

Iliopsoas o-iliac fossa and crest i-lesser trochanter of femur m-flexing of thigh
gracilis o-inferior ramus i-medial surface of tibia m-adducts thigh
tensor fasciae latae o-anterior superior iliac spine i-IT tract m-abducts thigh
rectus femoris o-anterior inferior iliac spine i-patella and tibial tuberosity m-extends knee
vastus medialis o-linea aspera i-patella and tibial tuberosity m-extends leg
biceps femoris o-ischial tuberosity i-fibula and lateral condyle of tibia m-extends thigh and flexes leg
semimebranosus o-ischial tuberosity i-medial condyle of tibia m-extends thigh and flexes leg
gastrocnemius o-medial and lateral condyles of femur i-posterior calcaneus m-plantar and flexes foot
soleus o-extensive origin from superior tibia i-posterior calcaneus m-plantar flexes foot
tibialis anterior o-lateral condyle and lateral surface of tibia i-inferior surface of medial cuneiform m-dorsiflexion of foot
gluteus maximus o-dorsal ilium, sacrum, and coccyx i-gluteal tuberosity of femur m-major extensor of thigh
Created by: elegaspi203