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HKIN 190 Anatomy & Physiology I Lab 10: Lower Limb Muscles II
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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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Plus intrinsic muscles of foot
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Just as in the thigh, the lower leg is divided into l compartments z of muscles separated by fascia This fascia segregates the leg into three compartments 1. anterior compartment 2. lateral compartment 3. posterior compartment Distally, the fascia thickens and forms the flexor, extensor, and fibular retinaculae Compartments of the Lower Leg Note: Compartment syndrome
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Anterior compartment Lateral compartment •Flexor hallucis longus •Tibialis anterior •Extensor hallucis longus •Extensor digitorum longus •Peroneus longus •Peroneus brevis Posterior compartment •Soleus •Gastrocnemius (lateral & medial) Deep posterior compartment •Flexor digitorum longus Anterior Posterior Deep Posterior Lateral
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