KIN 100 - march 10 notes - KIN 100 March 10\/2017 Lecture 23 Mondays class review Femoral Triangle NAVEL acronym Asis Inguinal ligament Illiacus

KIN 100 - march 10 notes - KIN 100 March 10/2017...

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KIN 100 March 10/2017 Lecture 23 Monday’s class- review Femoral Triangle NAVEL – acronym Subsartorial/ Adductor canal - A tunnel located deep to Sartorius - Adductor longus located medially and vastus medialis located laterally - Contains: Femoral artery and vein Saphenous nerve (branch of femoral n.) Nerve to vastus medialis (branch of femora n.) - The femoral artery and femoral vein eventually exit through the adductor hiatus to enter the posterior compartment where they are renames the popliteal artery and popliteal vein. Rectus Femoris - Part of quadriceps femoris - Originates from the AIIS - Inserts on the tibial tuberosity via the patellar ligament Asis Pubic tubercle Inguinal ligament Adductor longus Sartorius Illiacus and pscoas malo
- Acts to flex the hip - Acts to extend the knee - Femoral nerve Vastus Lateralis - Part of quadriceps femoris - Originates from the lateral lip of linea aspera - Inserts on the tibial tuberosity via the patella ligament - Acts to extend the knew - Femoral nerve Vastus Medialis -

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