ANAT 1615 Final Exam Muscles of Pelvis Leg, Thigh, and Foot

ANAT 1615 Final Exam Muscles of Pelvis Leg, Thigh, and Foot...

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Gross Final Exam: : Paul Early Muscles of the Pelvis muscle origin insertion action innervation Psoas Major Anterolateral Lumbar Spine (anterior bodies of T12-L5, IVD’s, Lesser Trochanter of the femur Thigh: flexion and lateral rotation Trunk: flexion and lateral flexion pelvis: anteriorly tilts Lumbar Plexus L1-3 Ilacus Internal ilium Lesser Trochanter of the femur Thigh: flexion and lateral rotation Pelvis: anteriorly tilts Femoral L2,3 Psoas Minor Anterolateral Bodies of T12 and L1 (and disc bw/ them) Pubis (pectineal line of pubis and ilipectineal eminence) Trunk: flexion Pelvis: posteriorly tilts L1 Spinal nerve Gluteus Maximus Posterior Iliac Crest, Postero- lateral sacrum, coccyx IT band and gluteal tuberosity of the femur Thigh: extension, lateral rotation, abduction, adduction Pelvis: posteriorly tilts Inferior Gluteal Gluteus Medius External Ilium (inf iliac crest and bw/ ant and post glut lines) Greater Trochanter of the femur (lateral surface) Thigh: Abduction, flexion, medial rotation, extension, lateral rotation Pelvis: posteriorly and anteriorly tilts Superior Gluteal Gluteus Minimus External Ilium (bw/ ant and inf gluteal lines) Greater Trochanter of the femur (anterior surface) Thigh: abduction, flexion, medial Pelvis: anteriorly and posteriorly tilts Superior Gluteal Nerve Piriformis Anterior Sacrum (ant surface of the sacrotuberous ligament) Greater Trochanter of the femur (superomedial surface) Thigh: lateral rotation (abduction, Nerve to Piriformis Superior Gemellus Ischial spine Greater Trochanter of the femur (medial surface) Thigh: lateral rotation (abduction) (pelvis: contralateral rotation) Nerve to Obturator Internus (ok) Obturator Internus Internal Surface of the Pelvic Bone surrounding the obturator foramen Greater Trochanter of the femur (medial surface) Thigh: lateral rotation (abduction) (pelvis: contralateral rotation) Nerve to Obturator Internus Inferior Gemellus Ischial tuberosity (superior aspect) Greater Trochanter of the femur (medial surface) Thigh: lateral rotation (abduction) (pelvis: contralateral rotation) Nerve to Quadratus Femoris Obturator Externus External surface of the pelvic bone surrounding obturator foramen Trochanteric fossa of the femur Thigh: lateral roation (pelvis: contralateral rotation) obturator Quadratus Femoris Ischial tuberosity (lateral border) Intertrochanteric Crest of the Femur Thigh: lateral roation (adduction) (pelvis: contralateral rotation) Nerve to
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This note was uploaded on 11/21/2011 for the course ANAT 1615 taught by Professor Samueldemons during the Fall '10 term at Life Chiropractic College West.

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