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Oriole - A&P OIAs

OIA's of selected muscles for A&P

A - Biceps Brachii elbow flexion (forearm supination)
A - Biceps Femoris hip extension, knee flexion (lateral rotation)
A - Deltoid arm abduction (shoulder flexion, medial rotation)
A - Gastrocnemius plantar flexion (knee flexion)
A - Gluteus Maximus hip extension (lateral rotation)
A - Gracilis hip adduction (flexion, medial rotation)
A - Latissimus Dorsi shoulder extension (adduction, medial rotation)
A - Pectoralis Major shoulder adduction (medial rotation)
A - Rectus Abdominis flexion / rotation of lumbar vertebral column
A - Rectus Femoris knee extension, hip flexion
A - Sternocleidomastoid neck flexion (rotation)
A - Tibialis Anterior dorsiflexion (inversion)
A - Trapezius scapula stabilization, elevation, depression, retraction
A - Triceps Brachii elbow extension (shoulder flexion/adduction)
I - Biceps Brachii radial tuberosity (proximal radius)
I - Biceps Femoris proximal fibula, lateral condyle of tibia
I - Deltoid deltoid tuberosity of humerus
I - Gastrocnemius calcaneus (via Achilles' tendon)
I - Gluteus Maximus gluteal tuberosity of femur
I - Gracilis medial tibia (below condyle)
I - Latissimus Dorsi proximal humerus (posterior)
I - Pectoralis Major greater tubercle of humerus
I - Rectus Abdominis xiphoid process and costal cartilages of lower ribs
I - Rectus Femoris patella / tibial tuberosity
I - Sternocleidomastoid mastoid process (of temporal bone)
I - Tibialis Anterior medial cuneiform, first metatarsal
I - Trapezius acromion, spine of scapula, lateral clavicle
I - Triceps Brachii olecranon process of ulna
O - Biceps Brachii coracoid process, lateral scapula, proximal humerus
O - Biceps Femoris ischium, linea aspera, distal femur
O - Deltoid trapezius, lateral third of clavicle, acromion and spine of scapula
O - Gastrocnemius medial & lateral condyles of femur
O - Gluteus Maximus dorsal ilium, sacrum, coccyx
O - Gracilis pubis (body & lower)
O - Latissimus Dorsi lower 6 thoracic vertebrae, lower ribs, iliac crest
O - Pectoralis Major medial clavicle, sternum, cartilage of ribs 1-6
O - Rectus Abdominis Pubic crest and symphysis
O - Rectus Femoris anterior inferior iliac spine, above acetabulum
O - Sternocleidomastoid manubrium, medial clavicle
O - Tibialis Anterior proximal tibia (lateral condyle)
O - Trapezius occipital bone, C7 and all thoracic vertebrae
O - Triceps Brachii lateral scapula, posterior humerus, distal to radial groove of humerus
Created by: nstevens
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