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10/3/171Knee and Distal & ThighTopographical Views
10/3/172Bones of theKneeLeg& FootManual ofStructural KinesiologyFoundations of StructuralKinesiology1-4Types of bonesLong bones– Composed of a long cylindricalshaft with relatively wide,protruding ends– shaft contains the medullarycanal– Ex. phalanges, metatarsals, tibia,fibula, femur
10/3/173Types of bonesSesamoidbonesSmall bones embedded withintendon of amusculotendinousunitthat provide protection & improvemechanical advantage ofmusculotendinousunitsExamplePatellaPatellaImproves mechanical function of the quad.Dissipates forceProtests anterior portion of knee
10/3/174TibiaandFibulaTibiaandFibula
10/3/175Bony LandmarksBony LandmarksFemur:Strongest&LongestBone in the Body¼of Bodys total height
10/3/176Bony LandmarksCovered inArticular(Hyaline)CartilageBony Landmarks of the Knee and Leg
10/3/177Bony Landmarks of the Knee and LegBony Landmark Trails of the Knee
10/3/178Trail 1Landmark TrailPatellaHead of the FibulaTibial Tuberosity and Shaft of the Tibia

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bony landmarks, posterior Knee, Pelvis and Thigh, Individual Knee Ligaments

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