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1 MUSCLES AND MOVEMENTS OF THE LOWER LIMB Learn the bones of the lower limb and their principal landmarks . 1.Hip Joint a) Joint ligaments and locking mechanism b) Movements flexion, extension abduction, adduction medial and lateral rotation Hip Bone (os coxa): -iliac, ischeal, and pubic portions, - pubic crest and tubercle, - crest of the ilium, anterior superior iliac spine, anterior inferior iliac spine - spine of the ischium, ischeal tuberosity, - greater and lesser sciatic notches, - acetabulum, acetabular notch, - obturator foramen Femur: - head, neck, greater and lesser trochanters, intertrochanteric crest - gluteal line, linea aspera, adductor tubercle, - medial and lateral supracondylar lines, - medial and lateral femoral condyles, intercondylar notch Fibula: - head, lateral malleolus Tibia: - medial and lateral condyles, intercondylar crest, - tibial tuberosity, - soleal line, - medial malleolus, - fibular notch, facet for articulation with the head of fibula Tarsal Bones: - talus, locate head and trochlea - calcaneus, locate the sustentaculum tali, - cuboid, cuneiforms, - metatarsals, locate the head and base, - phalanges, locate the head and base
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2 c) Muscles Acting at the Hip
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