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Bio201 Lab 4E Hip and Knee Joints

Bio201 Lab 4E Hip and Knee Joints - Transverse humeral...

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Name: DVC Bio 201 Labs 1 2009 LAB 4E: ANATOMY OF SELECTED JOINTS continued Hip and Knee Joints I. Specific Joints to Know recall that you have a separate lab on bony joints too. A. Name the regions of each of the bones that comprise the joint. B. Label the listed parts on the figures. 1. When you are labeling muscles , identify the action(s) that muscle allows the joint to make. 2. When you are labeling ligaments , identify the bone regions where they connect. Also identify what limits, if any, the ligament puts on the joint or explain how it helps stabilize the joint. 3. For other structures , give a brief description of their function . Humoralscapular (shoulder) joint Bones and surfaces: Ligaments: 3 glenohumeral ligaments ( you don’t need to know each of their specific names)
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Unformatted text preview: Transverse humeral ligament Coraco-humeral ligament Tendons & Muscles: Biceps brachii: Rotator Cuff: Supraspinatus Infraspinatus Teres minor Subscapularis Other structures: 4 bursae (you don’t need to know their specific names but do know their general function) Name: DVC Bio 201 Labs 2 2009 Name: DVC Bio 201 Labs 3 2009 Tibiofemoral & Patellofemoral (Knee) joint Bones and surfaces: Ligaments: Patellar Anterior cruciate Posterior cruciate Medial collateral Lateral collateral Tendons & Muscles: Quadriceps femoris Semimembranosus Other structures: Lateral meniscus Medial meniscus Bursae (you don’t need to know their specific names) Fat pads (you don’t need to know their specific names) Name: DVC Bio 201 Labs 4 2009...
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