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Pelvic & Lower Extre

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Where is the Tensor fasciae latae? Anterior supieror ilic spine and anterior iliac crest.
Where is the distal attachments of the Tensor fasciae latae? Illiotibal tract that attaches to lateral condyle of tibia.
What is the Tensor fascia latae's main actions? Abducts, medially rotates and flexes thigh hip; helps keep knee extended.
Where is the Sartorius muscle? Anterior superior iliac spine and superior part of notch inferior to it.
What is the distal attachment to the Sartorius muscle? Superior part of medial surface of tibia.
What is the Sartorius main actions? Flexes, abducts and laterally rotates thigh at hip joint; flexes knee joint.
Where is the Rectus frmoris muscle? Anterior inferior iliac spine and illium and superior to actebellum.
Where is the distal attachmen to the Rectus femoris? Base of patella and by pateller ligament to tibial tuberosity.
What is the main actions of the Rectus femoris? Extends leg at knee joint; rectus femoris also stedies hip joint and helps iliopsoas flex thigh at hip.
Is the Rectus femoris a quadicep femoris? yes it is.
Where is the Vastus lateralis? Greater trochanter and lateral lip of linea aspera of femur.
Where is the distal attachment located at? Base of patella and by pateller ligament to tibial tuberosity.
What is the main actions of the Vastus lateralis? Extends leg at knee joint.
Quadicepes Femoris? Yes
Where is the Vastus medialis muscle located at? Intertrochanter line and medal lip of linea aspera of femur.
Where is the distal ends of the Vastus medialis muscle? Base of petella and by pateller ligament to tibial tuberosity.
What is the main actions of the Vastus medialis muscle? Extends leg at the knee joint.
Where is the proximal ends of Vastus intermedius muscle? Anterior and lateral surfaces of femoral shaft.
Where are the distal attachments of Vastus intermedius muscle? Base of patella and by pateller ligament to tibal tuberosity.
What is are the main actions of the Vastus intermedius muscle? Extends the leg at knee joint.
Created by: emilyramon