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Gluteus maximus- Proximal Attachment Gluteal surface of ilium, dorsal side of sacrum and coccyx, sacrotuberous ligament
Gluteus Medius- Proximal Attachment Gluteal surface of ilium
Gluteus Minimus- Proximal Attachment gluteal surface of ilium
Piriformis- proximal Attachment anterior surface of sacrum between S2 & S4
Superior Gemellus- Proximal Attachment ischial spine
Obturator Internus- Proximal Attachment posterior side of obturator foramen
Inferior Gemellus- Proximal Attachment Ischial tuberosity
Quadratus Femoris- Proximal Attachment lateral border of ischial tuberosity
Obturator externus- Proximal Attachment anterior side of obturator foramen
Biceps Femoris- proximal Attachment Long head- ischial tuberosity Short head- distal half of linea aspera
Semitendinosus- Proximal Attachment Ischial tuberosity
Semimembranosus- Proximal Attachment Ischial Tuberosity
Iliacus- Proximal Attachment iliac fossa and iliac crest
Psoas Major- proximal Attachment lateral sides of bodies of T12-L5
Psoas Minor- Proximal Attachment Lateral side of bodies of T12-L1
rectus Femoris- Proximal Attachment anterior inferior iliac spine
Vastus Lateralis- Proximal Attachment lateral side of body of femur
Vastus medialis- Proximal Attachment medial side of body of femur
Vastus intermedius- Proximal Attachment anterior surface of body of femur
Tensor Fasciae latae- Proximal Attachment anterior superior iliac spine; anterior part of iliac crest
Sartorius- Proximal Attachment anterior superior iliac spine
Pectineus- Proximal Attachment superior pubic ramus
Adductor Longus- Proximal Attachment Body of pubis
Adductor brevis- Proximal Attachment inferior pubic ramus
Adductor magnus- Proximal Attachment inferior pubic ramus and ischial tuberosity
Tibialis Anterior- Proximal Attachment lateral condyle of tibia and lateral surface of tibia
Extensor Digitorum longus- Proximal Attachment head of fibula
Extensor Hallucis Longus- Proximal Attachment anterior surface of body of fibula
Fibularis Tertius- Proximal Attachment anterior surface of body of fibula
Fibularis Longus- Proximal Attachment head of fibula
Fibularis Brevis- Proximal Attachment Lateral surface of body of fibula
Gastrocnemius- Proximal Attachment Superior to Posterior surface of lateral and medial condyle of tibia
Plantaris- Proximal Attachment same as lateral head of gastrocnemius
Soleus- Proximal Attachment head of fibula
Popliteus- Proximal Attachment lateral epicondyle of femur
Tibialis Posterior- Proximal Attachment posterior surface of body of tibia and fibula
Flexor Digitorum longus- Proximal Attachment posterior surface of tibia
Flexor Hallucis Longus- Proximal Attachment Posterior surface of body of fibula
 

 



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