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HKIN 190 Anatomy & Physiology I Lab 9: Lower Limb Muscles I
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axial skeleton skull vertebral column thorax appendicular skeleton pectoral girdle upper limb pelvic girdle lower limb Human Skeleton
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Muscles Crossing Hip and Knee Joints Most anterior compartment muscles of the hip and thigh flex the femur at the hip and extend the leg at the knee. Most posterior compartment muscles of the hip and thigh extend the femur at the hip and flex the leg at the knee. The medial compartment muscles adduct the femur at the hip. These three groups are encased in fascia.
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The Hip
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Movements at the Hip Joint
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Medial and lateral rotation (Internal and external rotation)
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Iliopsoas
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Sartorius anterior view
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Rectus Femoris
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Hip adductor group anterior view
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gluteal muscles, posterior view Gluteal group
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Recall the gluteal lines: posterior, anterior and inferior gluteal lines these lines mark the attachment boundaries for the gluteal muscles lateral view of right pelvic bone Gluteal group
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