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muscle origins

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Rectus Abdominus pubic crest and pubic symphysis
External Oblique lower eight ribs
Iliposoas iliac fossa, transverse processes of lumbar vertebrae
Longissimus vertebrae, transverse process
Iliocostalis ribs
Spinalis upper lumbar, lower thoracic vertebrae
Sternocleidomastoid manubrium and clavicle
Soleus tibia
Internal Oblique lumbodorsal fascia and iliac crest
Gastrocnemius femur
Transversus Abdominus inguinal ligament, iliac crest, cartilage of last 5-6 ribs, ilium
Semimembranosus ischial tuberosity
Pectoralis Major sternum, clavicle, and ribs
Semitendinosus ischial tuberosity
Pectoralis Minor ribs 3-5
Biceps Femoris ischial tuberosity(l) linea aspera/distal femur(s)
Serratus Anterior ribs
Tibialis Anterior lateral condyle of tibia
Trapezius occipital bone, cervical and thoracic vertebrae
Vastus Medialis linea aspera
Latissimus Dorsi lumbodorsal fascia via thoracic and lumbar vertebrae, sacrum, ilium
Vastus Lateralis greater trochanter of the femur
Rhomboids spinous processes of thoracic vertebrae
Vastus Intermedius shaft of the femur
Adductor Magnus inferior ramus of pubis and ischium, ischial tuberosity
Rectus Femoris anterior inferior iliac spine
Tensor Fasciae Latae anterior superior iliac spine, iliac crest
Sartorius anterior superior iliac spine
Brachialis anterior humerus
Pronator Teres medial epicondyle of the humerus
Supinator lateral epicondyle of the humerus
Created by: chephi16
 

 



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