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Piriformis is innervated by which nerve?
Sacral Plexus
Gemellus superior is innervated by which nerve?
Sacral plexus
Obturator internus is innervated by which nerve?
Sacral Plexus
Gemellus inferior is innervated by which nerve?
Sacral plexus
Obturator externus is innervated by which nerve?
Obturator nerve
Quadratus femoris is innervated by which nerve?
Sacral plexus
Gluteus medius is innervated by which nerve?
Superior gluteal nerve
Gluteus minimus is innervated by which nerve?
Superior gluteal nerve
Tensor fascia latte is innervated by which nerve?
Superior gluteal nerve
Gluteus maximus is innervated by which nerve?
Inferior gluteal nerve
Biceps femoris is innervated by which nerve?
Sciatic nerve
Semitendonosis is innervated by which nerve?
Sciatic nerve
Semimembranosis is innervated by which nerve?
Sciatic nerve
Adductor brevis is innervated by which nerve?
Obturator nerve
Adductor longus is innervated by which nerve?
Obturator nerve
The anterior head of adductor magnus is innervated by which nerve?
Obturator nerve
The posterior head of adductor magnus is innervated by which nerve?
Sciatic nerve
Gracilis is innervated by which nerve?
Obturator nerve
Rectus femoris is innervated by which nerve?
Femoral nerve
Vastus medialis is innervated by which nerve?
Femoral nerve
Vastus intermedius is innervated by which nerve?
Femoral nerve
Vastus lateralis is innervated by which nerve?
Femoral nerve
Iliopsoas is innervated by which nerve?
Femoral nerve
Sartorius is innervated by which nerve?
Femoral nerve
Pectineous is innervated by which nerve?
Femoral nerve
Which muscles attach to the head of the fibula?
Peroneus longus, soleus, biceps femoris
Which muscles attach to the ischial tuberosity?
Adductor magnus, long head of biceps femoris, semitendonosis, semimembranosis, quadratus femoris
Which muscles attach to the linea aspera?
Short head of biceps femoris, adductor brevis, adductor longus, anterior head of adductor magnus, vastus medialis, vastus lateralis, pectineous
Which muscle attaches to the gluteal tuberosity?
Gluteus maximus
Which muscles attach behind the medial malleolus?
Tibialis posterior, flexor digitorum longus, flexor hallucis longus
Which muscles attach at the base of the first metatarsal?
Tibialis anterior, peroneous longus
Which muscles attach behind the lateral malleolus?
Peroneous longus, peroneous brevis
Which muscles attach at the anterior medial proximal tibia?
Semitendonosis, gracilis, sartorius, pes anserine bursa
Which muscles attach at the iliotibial band?
Tensor fascia latae & gluteus maximus
Which muscle attaches at the adductor tubercle?
Adductor magnus
Which muscles attach to the iliac crest?
Gluteus medius, gluteus maximus
Which muscle attaches to the ASIS?
Sartorius
Which muscle attaches to the AIIS?
Rectus femoris
Which muscles attach to the greater trochanter?
Gluteus medius, gluteus minimus, piriformis, gemellus superior, obturator internus, gemellus inferior, obturator externus, quadratus femoris
Which muscle attaches to the lesser trochanter?
Iliopsoas
Which muscles attach to the tibial tuberosity?
Rectus femoris, vastus medialis, vastus intermedius, vastus lateralis
Which muscle attaches to Gerdy's tubercle?
TFL via ITB
What are the actions of pectineous?
Hip flexion, hip adduction
What is the sit to stand muscle?
Gluteus maximus
Which exercise strengthens iliopsoas?
Straight leg sit ups
What is the strongest hip flexor?
Iliopsoas
What is the strongest hip extendor?
Gluteus maximus
What is the origin of gluteus maximus?
Sacrum, iliac crest, superior gluteal line
What is the insertion of gluteus maximus?
Gluteal tuberosity & IT band
What is the origin of iliopsoas?
Lumbar vertebrae & iliac fossa
What is the insertion of iliopsoas?
Lesser trochanter
Which muscles form the pes anserine?
Semitendonosis, gracilis, sartorius?
What is the common action for the pes anserine muscles?
Knee flexion
What is the femoral triangle made up of?
Inguinal ligament, adductor longus, sartorius
What is inside the femoral triangle?
Femoral vein, femoral artery, femoral nerve
What are the actions of tensor fascia latte?
Abduction & medial rotation