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Sprts Medicine I

Anatomy

QuestionAnswer
Pinky side bone Ulna
Small bones in the fingers Phalanges
Bones that make up the wrist Carpals
First finger joint metacarpalphalangeal joint
Calf muscle Gastrocnemius
Small posterior muscle that helps with dorsiflexion Soleus
Several ankle ligaments combined to make one Deltoid Ligament
Stay out of this Popliteal Space
AC Acromioclavicular
SC Sternoclavicular
Postion for foot when completing the Lou Dorsiflexion
Joint located in the posterior pelvis Sacroiliac Joint
Hip Socket Acetabulum
Tuberosity you sit on Ischial Tuberosity
Large tendon of the Patella Patellar Tendon
Long lateral tendon of the leg Iliotibial Band Tendon
Muscle you sit on Gluteus Maximus
A band running laterally across the Glutes Piriformis
Forming the anterior V Inguinal Ligament
Created by: mpringle