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Hip joint ligaments

Hip Joint ligaments

Iliofemoral ligament is proximally attached where AIIS and acetabulum
Iliofemoral ligament is distally attached where intertrochanteric line of femur
Pubofemoral ligament is proximally attached where obturator crest of pubic bone
pubofemoral ligament is distally attached where blends w/ fibrous layer of capsule and medial aspect of iliofemoral ligament
ischiofemoral ligament is proximally attached where ischial part of acetabular rim
ischiofemoral ligament is distally attached where spirals superolaterally to femoral neck, medial to greater trochanter
iliofemoral ligament checks: lateral rotation and hyperextension
pubofemoral ligament checks abduction and extension
ischiofemoral ligament checks medial rotation and extension
what is the strongest ligament in the body iliofemoral ligament
Created by: elvis82