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Anatomy Hip

Musculature(Sartorius-Semi M)

QuestionAnswer
Sartorius PA? ASIS.
Sartorius DA? Superior surface of medial tibia (pes anserine).
Sartorius A? Hip flexion, abduction, and external rotation, knee flexion, and tibial internal rotation.
Sartorius N? Femoral (L2, L3).
Pectineus PA? Superior ramus of pubis.
Pectineus DA? Pectineal line of femur.
Pectineus A? Hip adduction, flexion, and internal rotation.
Pectineus N? Femoral (L2).
Adductor Longus PA? Body of pubis inferior to pubic crest.
Adductor Longus DA? Middle 1/3 of linea aspera
Adductor Longus A? Hip adduction, flexion, and internal rotation.
Adductor Longus N? Obturator (L3).
Adductor Brevis PA? Body and inferior ramus of pubis.
Adductor Brevis DA? Pectineal line of femur and proximal linea aspera.
Adductor Brevis A? Hip adduction, flexion and internal rotation.
Adductor Brevis N? Obturator (L3).
Adductor Magnus PA? Hamstring portion: Ischial tuberosity. Adductor portion: Ramus of ischium and inferior ramus of pubis.
Adductor Magnus DA? Hamstring portion: Adductor tubercle. Adductor portion: Gluteal tuberosity, linea aspera, medial supracondylar line.
Adductor Magnus A? Hamstring portion: Hip adduction, extension, and internal rotation. Adductor portion: Hip adduction, flexion, and internal rotation.
Adductor Magnus N? Hamstring portion: Tibial (L4). Adductor portion: Obturator (L3, L4).
Gracilis PA? Body and inferior ramus of pubis.
Gracilis DA? Superior surface of medial tibia (pes anserine).
Gracilis A? Hip adduction, knee flexion and tibial internal rotation.
Gracilis N? Obturator (L2).
Biceps Femoris Long Head PA Ischial tuberosity.
Biceps Femoris Long Head DA Head of fibula.
Biceps Femoris Long Head A Hip extension, knee flexion, tibial external rotation.
Biceps Femoris Long Head N Tibial (S1).
Biceps Femoris Short Head PA Lateral lip of linea aspera, lateral supracondylar line.
Biceps Femoris Short Head DA Head of fibula.
Biceps Femoris Short Head A Knee flexion, tibial external rotation.
Biceps Femoris Short Head N Common peroneal (S1).
Semitendinosus PA Ischial tuberosity.
Semitendinosus DA Superior surface of medial tibia (pes anserine).
Semitendinosus A Hip extension, knee flexion and tibial internal rotation.
Semitendinosus N Tibial (L5, S1).
Semimembranosus PA Ischial tuberosity.
Semimembranosus DA Posterior surface of medial tibial condyle, medial meniscus, oblique popliteal ligament.
Semimembranosus A Hip extension, knee flexion, tibial internal rotation. Retracts medial meniscus.
Semimembranosus N Tibial (L5, S1).
Created by: txst sum 2009