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muscles orig and ins

MuscleOriginInsertionFunction
Rectus Femoris capsule of hip joint patella and tibia extends knee
Vastus Lateralis femoral surface patella and tibia extends knee
Vastus Medialis femoral surface patella and tibia extends knee
Vastus Intermedius femoral surface patella and tibia extends knee
Fibularis Longus head and proximal 2/3 fibula medial cuneiform, metatarsal I plantar flexes foot, sole concavity
Soleus Posterior fibula head, middle 1/3 tibia Calcaneus plantar flexes foot
Gastrocnemius femur calcaneus plantar flexes foot
Popliteus lateral condyle of femur posterior surface of tibia allows flexion, rotation
Semimembranosus ischial tuberosity medial condyle of tibia, lateral condyle of femur flexes knee
Semitendinosus ischial tuberosity medial surface of upper tibia flexes knee
Biceps Femoris Long: ischial tuberosity Short: linea aspera of femur Fibula head flexes knee
Teres Major inferior angle of scapula humerus extends and rotates humerus
Subscapularis subscapular fossa of scapula humerus rotates humerus medially
Biceps Brachii humerus radius elbow flexion, supination of forearm
Triceps Brachii Long: glenoid cavity Lateral: proximal end of humerus Medial: humerus shaft olecranon extends elbow
Sartorius acetabulum medial proximal end of tibia knee and hib flexion
Gluteus Maximus coccyx, posterior ilium tuberosity of femur, lateral condyle of tibia extends thigh
Tensor Fasciae Latae iliac crest lateral condyle of tibia extends knee
Tibialis Anterior lateral condyle of tibia medial cuneiform extends foot
Brachioradialis humerus radius flexes elbow
Brachialis humerus coronoid process of ulna flexes elbow
Latissimus Dorsi C7-T5, iliac crest humerus extends shoulder joint, adducts humerus
Deltoid Acromion and spine of scapula; clavicle deltoid tuberosity of humerus flex and rotate arm
Infraspinatus infraspinous fossa of scapula greater tubercle of humerus rotates humerus laterally
Supraspinatus supraspinous fossa of scapula greater tubercle of humerus aids deltoid w/ abduction of arm
Teres Minor lateral border, posterior surface of scapula greater tubercle of humerus rotates humerus laterally
Serratus Anterior All ribs medial border of scapula protracts scapula
Rhomboid spinous processes of C7-t5 medial border of scapula retracts scapula
Pectoralis Major medial 1/2 clavicle, lateral margin of sternum humerus flexes and adducts humerus
Levator Scapulae transverse processes of c1-c4 medial border of scapula flexes neck, retracts scapula
Trapezius spinous processes of C7-T3 or T4 spine of scapula, lateral 1/3 clavicle extends neck, stabilizes scapula
Fibularis Brevis lateral surface of distal 2/3 fibula base of metatarsal V steady leg on foot
Gluteus Medius and Minimus lateral surface of ilium greater trochanter of femur abduct and rotate thigh
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