ANEQ105- Muscles of the Hindlimb (week 7)
ANEQ105- Muscles of the Hindlimb (week 7) ANEQ 105-L03
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This 3 page Class Notes was uploaded by Stephanie Steiner on Monday October 17, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to ANEQ 105-L03 at Colorado State University taught by Jennifer Nicole Martin in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 3 views. For similar materials see Large Animal Anatomy in Equines sciences at Colorado State University.
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Date Created: 10/17/16
Muscles Week 3 (Week 7 of class) Tensor facia latae: Lies left of the gluteus medius. If you pull it back you can see a part of the deep gluteal muscle. Gluteus Medius: Lies to the right of the tensor facia latae. Origin: Ilium Insertion: Femur Action: Extend hip joint & rotate limb Deep gluteal: lies beneath the gluteus medius. Biceps femoris: lies between the vastrus laterals and the semitendinousus. Semitendinosus: lies between the biceps femoris and the semimembranosus. Sciatic nerve: Runs down the middle of the upper hind limb. the one thing that does not look like a muscle Rectus Femoris: lies directly to the left of the quadriceps femoris. Quadriceps Femoris: lies directly to the left of the biceps femoris. Deep gluteal Biceps femoris Semitendinosus Tensor fasciae latae Rectus femoris Quadriceps femoris Muscles Week 3 (Week 7 of class) Gracilis: when looking underneath the hindlimb, it is the largest muscle closes to the inside the hip. Sartoris: (SPAM) lies to the right of the gracilis. Origin:Ilium of the os coxae Insertion: patella and tibia Action: ﬂex hip joint, ﬂex/extend stiﬂe Pectineus: (SPAM) lies to the right of the semimembranosus. “mouse muscle” (looks like a mouse burrowing into a muscle and as the muscle narrows it becomes the mouses’ tail.) Adductor: (SPAM) lies to the right of the pectineus. Origin: Os coxae Insertion: Femur Action: Adduct limb, extend hip join. Semimembranosus: (SPAM) lies to the right of the adductor. Origin: ischiatica tuberosity of os coxae Insertion: femur and tibia Action: Extend hip joint, ﬂex/extend stiﬂe Semimembranosus Sartoris Adductor Pectineus Muscles Week 3 (Week 7 of class) Rectus femoris: the “round” part on the top of the inside of the quadriceps femoris Vastrus intermedius: the inner most part of the the quadriceps femoris Vastrus lateralis: the “outside” of the quadriceps femoris that lies closer to the inside of the leg Vastrus medialis: the “outside” of the quadriceps femurs that lies closer to the outside of the leg
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