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by: Mrs. Marques Flatley


Marketplace > Virginia Commonwealth University > Physiology > PHIS 310 > INTRO QUANTITATVE PHYSIOLGY II
Mrs. Marques Flatley
Virginia Commonwealth University
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Joseph Feher

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Date Created: 10/28/15
Muscles Acting on the Hip Muscle Anterior Origin Insertion Action psoas le39lS iliac crest Lesser trochanter Flex hip Pectineus Superior pubic ramus Pectineal line Hex Anterior inferior iliac spine Patella tibial tuberosity Flex Rectus femoris sa rtorius Anterior superior iliac spine Medial tibia Flex rotate laterally Tensor fascia Iata Iliac crest liotibial tract Flex abduct Muscle Posterior Origin Insertion Action sh coracoids process Radial tuberosity Extend hip Biceps femoris shh lh supraglenoid tubercle Semimembranosus Ischial tuberosity Posterior medial conder tibia Extend hip knee flexion and medial rotation Semitendinosus Ischial tuberosity Medial tibia Extend hip knee flexion and medial rotation Gluteus Maximus Iliac crest sacrum Gluteal tuberosity Extend iliotibial tract Gluteus minimis medius Posterior ilium Great trochanter Abduction Deep lateral rotators 6 Pelvis Greater trochanter Rotate laterally The medial muscles include adductor longus adductor magnus adductor brevis and gracilis Medial muscles Inferior pubic ramus Linea aspera gracilis medial tibia Adduct medial rotators Muscles Acting on the Knee Joint Muscle Anterior Origin Insertion Action Rectus femoris quad Anterior inferior iliac spine Patella tibial tuberosity Flex hip knee extension Vastus intermedius Anterior lateral femus Pataller ligament Extends leg Vastus medialis quad Anterior femur Patella tibial tuberosity Extend Vastus lateralis quad Greater trochanterlinea aspera Patella tibial tuberosity Extends and stabilizes knee sa rtorius Anterior superior iliac spine Medial tibia Flex knee and hip rotate laterally Gracilis Inferior pubic ramus Medial tibia Hip flexion adduction leg flexionmedial rotation Muscle Posterior Origin Insertion Action Biceps femoris sh coracoids process Radial tuberosity Extend hip shh lh supraglenoid tubercle Semimembranosus lschial tuberosity Posterior medial conder tibia Extend hip knee flexion and medial rotation Semitendinosus lschial tuberosity Medial tibia Extend hip knee flexion and medial rotation Gastrocnemius Posterior femoral condyles Heelvia Achilles tendon Flexes knee Popliteus Lateral femoral condyle Post tibia Rotate tibia medially Muscles action on the Scapula Rhomboid minormajor T1T5 spines of the lower cervical Medial border of the scapula Elevation of medial border downward scapular rotation Trapezius Skullnuchal line spinous processes of vervical and thoracic vertebrae Clavicle acromion process of scalpula Retraction upward rotation of scapula Muscles Acting on the Shoulder Joint Muscle Anterior Origin Insertion Action pectorans major Clavicle sternum Greater tubercle Adduct flex rotate medially Coracobrachians Coracoids process Medial humerus Adduct flex Subscapularis Subscapularfossa Lesser tubercle Rotate medially Biceps brachii sh coracoids process Ih supraglenoid tubercle Radial tuberosity flex Posterior Muscles Infraspinatus Infraspinatous fossa Greater tubercle Rotate laterally Teres minor Scapula lateral ridge Greater tubercle Rotate laterally Supenor Deltoid Clavicle acromion spine Deltoid tuberosity Abduct Supraspinatus Supraspinatus fossa Greater tubercle abduct Inferior Latissimus dorsi T9 L5 iliac crest Intertubercular groove Extend adduct rotate medially Teres major Scapula lateral Lesser tubercle Extend adduct rotate medially Triceps brachii lh Infraglenoid tubercle Olecranon process Extend adduct Muscles Acting on the Elbow Joint Anterior Biceps brachii sh coracoids process Radial tuberosity flex lh supraglenoid tubercle Brachia s Anterior lower humerus Ulnar tuberosity Flex Brachioradia s Lateral epicondyle Styloid processr Flex Pronator teses Medial epicondyle Lateral radius pronation Posterior Triceps brachii Scapula posterior humerus Olecra non process Extend elbow Anconeus Lateral epicondyle Lateral ulna Extendwea k Supinator Lateral humerus ulna Anterior radius supination Muscles at me lower Emean Samnus stms warmeam Vusms Intern Vusms menxaus


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