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deltoid abduction, flexion, medial rotation, extension, and lateral rotation of arm
supraspinatus abduction of arm
infraspinatus lateral rotation of arm
teres minor lateral rotation of arm
teres major adduction, medial rotation, and extension of arm
subscapularis medial rotation of arm
latissimus dorsi extension, adduction, and medial rotation of arm
trapezius elevation of scapula, retraction, and depression of scpula, rotation of glenoid cavity upward
rhomboid major elevation and retraction of scpula, downward rotation of glenoid cavity
rhomboid minor elevation and retraction of scapula, downward rotation of glenoid cavity
levator scapulae elevation of scapula
serratus anterior protraction of scapula, upward rotation of glenoid cavity
quadratus lumborum lateral flexion of vertebral column
tensor fascia latae flexion, medial rotation, and abduction of thigh
semitendinosis extension of thigh, flexion of leg, medial rotation of flexed leg
semimembranosis extension of thigh, flexion of leg, medial rotation of flexed leg
biceps femoris long head extension of thigh
gracilis adduction of thigh, flexion of leg, medial rotation of flexed leg
adductor longus adduction and flexion of thigh
gluteus maximus extension, lateral rotation, abduction, and adduction of thigh
gluteus medius abduction of thigh, medial rotation and flexion, lateral rotation and extension of thigh
gluteus minimus abduction of thigh, medial rotation and flexion of thigh when thigh is flexed
piriformis lateral rotation of thigh, abduction of thigh when thigh is flexed
obturator internis lateral rotation of thigh, abduction of thigh when thigh is flexed
superior gemellus lateral rotation of thigh, abduction of thigh when thigh is flexed
inferior gemellus lateral rotation of thigh, abduction of thigh when thigh is flexed
quatratus femoris lateral rotation and adduction of thigh
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