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Unformatted text preview: Click to edit Master subtitle style 8/31/11 Descriptive and Comparative Functional By:Jennifer Odien APY345 8/31/11 Recap of the Femoral Triangle Borders : Superior: Inguinal ligament Medial: Adductor Longus Lateral: Sartorius Floor: pectineus and iliopsoas Femoral vessels: (N.A.V.L) 8/31/11 Recap of the Carrying angle • Carrying angle: 10-12 degrees • Allows the knees to remain at the midline 8/31/11 Anterior Thigh • Sartorius: the longest mm in the body – crosses two joints. • Actions: Fl. Leg, Fl. & Abd. Thigh, rotates leg 8/31/11 Anterior Thigh • Quadriceps Femoris: 1. Rectus Femoris: Human origin: AIIS 2. Vastus Lateralis 3. Vastus Medialis 4. Vastus Intermedius • 5th part: articularis genu: Pulls the 8/31/11 Posterior Thigh • Inn. by Sciatic n. • Biceps Femoris : – short head – common peroneal n. – long head – Tibial n. (H) and Flexores femoris n. (M and Apes) • Action: Ex. Thigh, Fl.Leg and lat. Rotates leg....
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This note was uploaded on 08/31/2011 for the course APY 345/346 taught by Professor Siriani during the Spring '11 term at SUNY Buffalo.

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