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Origin, Insertion

selected muscles table 11.12

Gastrocnemium origin Femoral Condyles
Biceps Femoris origin and innervation Ischial Tuberosity and Linea Aspera of Femur innervation: sciatic nerve
Gracilis origin and innervation Inferior Ramus of the Pubis innervation: obturator nerve
Rectus Femoris origin and innervation Anterior inferior iliac spine and superior rin of ilium innervation: femeral nerve
Biceps Brachii origin and innervation Short head: caracoid process Long head: supraglenoid tubracule innervation: musclocutaneous
Trapezius origin and innervation Occipital Bone and Spinous process of thoracic vertabrae innervation: accessory nerves and cervical spinal nerves c3-c4
Trapezium insertion clavical and scapula
biceps brachii insertion tuberosity of radius
rectus femoris insertion tibial tuberurosity via patellar ligament
gracilis insertion medial surface of tibia inferior to medial condyle
biceps femoris insertion head of fibia and lateral condyle of tibia
gastrocnemius insertion calcaneus via calcaneal tendon
gastrocnemius innervation tibial nerve
Created by: kats143