Hip and Thigh - G emellus inferior O bturator externus Q uadratus femoris Iliopsoas Muscle Forms where the iliacus and psoas major muscles converge

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    Hip and Thigh
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    Gluteal Muscles 1. Gluteus maximus 2. Gluteus medius 3. Gluteus minimus 4. Tensor fascia lata 4 3 2 2 2 1 1
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    Gluteal Muscles TFL has migrated  around to the anterior  side of the hip joint Collectively, the  gluteal muscles  function like the  deltoid does at the  shoulder joint.
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    Tensor Fascia Lata
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    Hip Abduction by  When the  pelvis  is the  fixed  attachment When the  femur  is the  fixed  attachment
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    Trendelenburg’s Sign Gluteus medius and  minimus aBduct the  hip joint on the  weight-bearing side. If they don’t function,   the unsupported limb  sags.
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    Trendelenburg Sign Movie
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    Lateral Rotator Muscles a group of 6 small muscles P iriformis G emellus superior  O bturator internus
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Unformatted text preview: G emellus inferior O bturator externus Q uadratus femoris Iliopsoas Muscle Forms where the iliacus and psoas major muscles converge as they exit the pelvis 1. Pectineus Just medial to iliopsoas 2. Sartorius Tailor’s muscle Quad riceps Femoris 3. Rectus femoris 4. Vastus lateralis 5. Vastus medialis 6. Vastus intermedius Anterior Thigh 1 5 4 2 3 5 4 6 Adductor longus Gracilis Adductor brevis Adductor magnus Medial Thigh Adductors Posterior Thigh Hamstrings Semitendinosus Semimembranosu s Biceps femoris Long head Short head Actions? Extend the hip Flex the knee Rotate the knee...
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This note was uploaded on 03/30/2008 for the course ANATOMY 329 taught by Professor Krabbenhoft during the Spring '08 term at Wisconsin.

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Hip and Thigh - G emellus inferior O bturator externus Q uadratus femoris Iliopsoas Muscle Forms where the iliacus and psoas major muscles converge

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