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kinesiology

orgins, insertions, action, nerves

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O- (long head) superglenoid tubercule -scapula, (short head) coracord process-scapula , I -bicipital tuberosity (radius), A- flexion (shoulder/ elbow), I- musculocutaneous nerve biceps brachii
O- (anterior aspect) distal humerus, I- corcoid process, A- elbow flexion, N- musculocutaneous nerve brachialis
O- lateral supracondylar ridge (humerus), I- styloid process (radius), A- elbow flexion, N- radial brachioradialis
O- (long head) infraglenoid tubercule, (lateral head) posterior aspect- (superior )humerus, lateral radial groove, (medial head) posterior aspect-(superior) humerus medial groove, I- olecranon process (ulna), A-shoulder (LH)/elbow extension, N-radial triceps brachii
O- (posterior aspect) lateral epicondyle - humerus, I- olecranon process (ulna), A-elbow extension , N- radial anconeus
O-lateral epicondyle (humerus), supinator crest (ulna), I- (lateral surface) proximal radius, A- supination (forearm), N- radial supinator
O- (humerus head) medial epicondyle, (ulnar head) medial to tuberosity , I- lateral surface (mid radius), A- forearm pronation, N- median pronator teres
O- (anterior surface) distal ulna, I- (anterior surface) disal radius, A- forearm pronation, N- median pronator quadratus
O- medial epicondyle (humerus), I- (base) 2nd MC- palmar aspect, A- wrist flexion/ radial deviation, N- median flexor carpi radialis
O- medial epicondyle (humerus), I- (base) 5th MC /pisiform- palmar aspect , A-wrist flexion/ ulnar deviation , N- ulnar flexor carpi ulnaris
O- medial epicondyle (humerus), I- transfers carpal ligament, palmar apneurosis, A- wrist flexion, N- median palmaris longus
O- lateral epicondyle (humerus), I- (base) 2nd MC dorsal aspect, A- wrist extention/ radial deviation, N- radius extensor carpi radialis longus
O- lateral epicondyle (humerus), I- (base) 3rd MC dorsal aspect, A- wrist extention/ radial deviation, N- radius extensor carpi radialis brevis
O- lateral epicondyle (humerus), I- (base) 5th MC dorsal aspect, A- wrist extention/ ulnar deviation, N- radial extensor carpi ulnaris
O- bodies and transverse processes of lumbar vertebrae , I- lesser trochanter, A- flexes the hip, N-lumbar plexus (L1- L-4) psoas major (iliopsoas )
O-body and transverse process or the 1st lumbar vertebrae , I- superior ramus of pubis, A- assist with lordotic curvature in lumbar spine , N- lumbar plexus (L1,2) psoas minor (iliopsoas )
O- AIIS (RF), medial lip of linea aspera (VM), lateral lip of linea aspera, gluteal tuberosity and greater trochanter (VL), anterior and lateral shaft of the femur (VI) , I- tibial tuberosity, A- flex the hip, N- femoral (L2-4) rectus femoris
O-iliac crest, posterior to ASIS, I- iliotibial tract, A-flex the hip, N- superior gluteal tensor fascia latae
O- gluteal surface of ilium, between posterior and anterior gluteal lines, just below the iliac crest, I- lateral aspect of greater trochanter, A- abduct the hip, N- superior gluteal gluteus medius
O- ASIS, I- proximal, medial shaft of the tibia at pets anserinus tendon, A- ER of hip, N- femoral sartorius
O- coccyx edge of sacrum, posterior iliac crest, sacrotuberous and sacroiliac ligaments, I- iliotibial tract (upper fibers )and gluteal tuberosity(lower fibers), A- extend the hip, N- inferior gluteal gluteus maximus
O-Ischial tuberosity, I- proximal , medial shaft of the tibia at pes anserinus tendomi, A-hip extensor , N-sciatic semitendinosus
O- (long head) ischial tuberosity , (short head) lateral lip or linea aspera, I- head of the fibula, A- hip extensor, N- (long head) sciatic (tibial branch), (short head) sciatic (peroneal branch) biceps femoris
O- inferior ramus of the pubis, ramus of ischium and ischial tuberosity, I - medial lip of linea aspera and adductor tubercle, A- hip extensor the hip, N-obturator and sciatic adductor magnus
O- superior ramus of pubis, I- pectineal line of femur, A- adduct the hip, N- femoral and obturator pectineus
O- inferior ramus of pubis, I- proximal, medial shaft of tibia, at pes anserinus tendon, A-adduct the hip, N- obturator gracilis
O- pubic tubercule, I- medial lip of linea aspera, A- adduct the hip, N- obturator adductor longus
O- inferior ramus of pubis, I- pectineal line and media lip of linea aspera, A- adduct the hip, N- obturator, adductor brevis
O- anterior surface of sacrum, I -superior aspect of greater trochanter, A- ER the hip, N- sacral plexus pisiformis
O-lateral border of ischial tuberosity , intertrochanteric crest, between the greater and lesser trochanters, A- ER the hip, N- sacral plexus quadratus femoris
O- obturator membrane and inferior surface, I- medial surface of greater trochanter, A- ER the hip, N- sacral plexus obturator internus
O- ramus of pubis and ischium, I- trochanteric fossa of femur, A- ER the hip, N-obturator obturator externus
O- ischial spine, I -medial surface greater trochanter, A- ER the hip, N- sacral plexus gemellus superior
O- ischial tuberosity , I- medial surface of greater trochanter, A- ER the hip, N- sacral plexus gemellus inferior
O- gluteal surface of the ilium between the anterior and inferior gluteal lines, I- anterior aspect of greater trochanter, A- hip abductor gluteus minimus
O- iliac fossa, I- lesser trochanter , A- flex the hip, N- femoral iliacus
O- ischial tuberosity , I- posterior aspect of medial condyle of tibia, A- hip extensor , N- sciatic ( tibia branch) semimembranosus
Created by: Shannon10
 

 



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