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OIF Knee

Origin of Sartorius anterior superior iliac spine
Insertion of Sartorius medial aspect of proximal tibia
Function of Sartorius laterally rotates thigh and abducts thigh
Origin of Rectus Femoris anterior inferior iliac
Insertion of Rectus Femoris patella tendon
Function of Rectus Femoris extends knee and flexes hip
Origin of Vastus Lateralis greater trochanter
Insertion of Vastus Lateralis patella tendon
Function of Vastus Lateralis extends and stabilizes knee
Origin of Vastus Medialius intertrochanter line
Insertion of Vastus Medialius patella tendon
Function of Vastus Medialius extends knee
Origin of Vastus Intermedius anterior and lateral surface of proximal femur shaft
Insertion of Vastus Intermedius patella tendon
Function of Vastus Intermedius extends knee
Origin of Gracilis ischium
Insertion of Gracilis medial surface of tibia condyle
Function of Gracilis adducts thigh and flexes knee
Origin of Biceps Femoris ischial tuberosity
Insertion of Biceps Femoris head of fibula and lateral condyle of tibia
Function of Biceps Femoris extends thigh and flexes knee
Origin of Semitendinosus ischial tuberosity
Insertion of Semitendinosus medial aspect of upper tibial shaft
Function of Semitendinosus extends thigh and flexes knee
Origin of Semimembranosus ischial tuberosity
Insertion of Semimembranosus medial condyle of tibia
Function of Semimembranosus extends thigh and flexes knee
Origin of Gastrocnemius medial and lateral condyle of femur
Insertion of Gastrocnemius achilles tendon
Function of Gastrocnemius flex knee
Origin of Gluteus Maximus ilium, sacrum, and coccyx
Insertion of Gluteus Maximus gluteal tuberosity of femur
Function of Gluteus Maximus major hip extensor
Origin of Plantaris posterior femur
Insertion of Plantaris calcaneous
Function of Plantaris knee flexion
What muscles make up the quad muscle group? Rectus Femoris, Vastus Lateralis, Vastus Medialius, and Vastus Intermedius
What muscles make up the hamstrings? Biceps Femoris, Semitendinosus, and Semimembranosus
Created by: 18stonkyl
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