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these muscles proximaly attach at the medial tuberosity of the calcenus, plantar aponeurosis, and the intermuscular septa
1st layer of the foot
What is the an easy way to remember where the quadratus planae attaches? (2)
(1)PROXIMAL=think about the name PLANTAe.....therefore it proximally attaches the plantar surface of the calcaneus (2)DISTAL=think about what muscles it assists...therefore it attaches at the tendon of the FDL
What is the an easy way to remember where the quadratus planae attaches? (2)
(1)PROXIMAL=think about the name PLANTAe.....therefore it proximally attaches the plantar surface of the calcaneus (2)DISTAL=think about what muscles it assists...therefore it attaches at the tendon of the FDL
What is the differ btwn the gracillis and obturator externus? (2)
(1)Gracillis= adducts,flexs, and med rotates the leg (2)obturator externus=lat rotates
What is the differ btwn the gracillis and obturator externus? (2)
(1)Gracillis= adducts,flexs, and med rotates the leg (2)obturator externus=lat rotates
What does the obturator externus do?
lat rotates the thigh
NAME
this muscle laterally rotates the thigh
obturator externus
What is the differ btwn the attachments of the tibilias anterior and tibialis posterior? (2)
(1)TIbilias anterior= proximal=lateral tibia and interosseous membrane and distal=medial cunefirom and the base of the 1st metatarsal (2)tibialias posterior=the posterior surface of the tibia and fibula and interosseous membrane and distally at the tuberosity and the base of the 2nd and 4th metatarsals
What is the differ btwn the attachments of the tibilias anterior and tibialis posterior? (2)
(1)TIbilias anterior= proximal=lateral tibia and interosseous membrane and distal=medial cunefirom and the base of the 1st metatarsal (2)tibialias posterior=the posterior surface of the tibia and fibula and interosseous membrane and distally at the tuberosity and the base of the 2nd and 4th metatarsals
What is the differ btwn the attachments of the tibilias anterior and tibialis posterior? (2)
(1)TIbilias anterior= proximal=lateral tibia and interosseous membrane and distal=medial cunefirom and the base of the 1st metatarsal (2)tibialias posterior=the posterior surface of the tibia and fibula and interosseous membrane and distally at the tuberosity and the base of the 2nd and 4th metatarsals
What is the differ btwn the attachments of the tibilias anterior and tibialis posterior? (2)
(1)TIbilias anterior= proximal=lateral tibia and interosseous membrane and distal=medial cunefirom and the base of the 1st metatarsal (2)tibialias posterior=the posterior surface of the tibia and fibula and interosseous membrane and distally at the tuberosity and the base of the 2nd and 4th metatarsals
What is the differ btwn the attachments sites for the fibularis brevis and the fibularis teritus? (2)
(1)fibularis brevis=inferior 2/3 of the lateral fibula and distally attaches at the dorsal surface of the tuberosity and the base of the 5th metatarsal (2)fibular tertius=inferior third of the anterior fibula and interosseous membrane and distally at the base of the 5th metatarsal
What is the differ btwn the attachments sites for the fibularis brevis and the fibularis teritus? (2)
(1)fibularis brevis=inferior 2/3 of the lateral fibula and distally attaches at the dorsal surface of the tuberosity and the base of the 5th metatarsal (2)fibular tertius=inferior third of the anterior fibula and interosseous membrane and distally at the base of the 5th metatarsal
What is the differ btwn the attachments sites for the fibularis brevis and the fibularis teritus? (2)
(1)fibularis brevis=inferior 2/3 of the lateral fibula and distally attaches at the dorsal surface of the tuberosity and the base of the 5th metatarsal (2)fibular tertius=inferior third of the anterior fibula and interosseous membrane and distally at the base of the 5th metatarsal
What is the differ btwn the attachments sites for the fibularis brevis and the fibularis teritus? (2)
(1)fibularis brevis=inferior 2/3 of the lateral fibula and distally attaches at the dorsal surface of the tuberosity and the base of the 5th metatarsal (2)fibular tertius=inferior third of the anterior fibula and interosseous membrane and distally at the base of the 5th metatarsal
Where do the gastroceniums, platnaris, and the soleus--all distally attach?
at the posterior surface of the calcaneous via the calcenal tendon
Where do the gastroceniums, platnaris, and the soleus--all distally attach?
at the posterior surface of the calcaneous via the calcenal tendon
Where do the gastroceniums, platnaris, and the soleus--all distally attach?
at the posterior surface of the calcaneous via the calcenal tendon
NAME (3)
these muscles attach distally at the posterior surface of the calcaneous via the calcenal tendon
(1)gastrocenmius (2)soleus (3)plantaris
NAME (3)
these muscles attach distally at the posterior surface of the calcaneous via the calcenal tendon
(1)gastrocenmius (2)soleus (3)plantaris
NAME (3)
these muscles attach distally at the posterior surface of the calcaneous via the calcenal tendon
(1)gastrocenmius (2)soleus (3)plantaris
WHere does the obturator externus and internus attach? (2)
(1)obturator forearm and obturator membrane (2)distal=trochantric fossa of femur
WHere does the obturator externus and internus attach? (2)
(1)obturator forearm and obturator membrane (2)distal=trochantric fossa of femur
WHere does the obturator externus and internus attach? (2)
(1)obturator forearm and obturator membrane (2)distal=trochantric fossa of femur
What does the quadratus femoris do?
lateral rotates the thigh
What does the quadratus femoris do?
lateral rotate the thigh
Where do all of the 1st layers of the foot all proximally attach?
the calcaneous, platntar aponeurosis and the intermuscular septa
Where do all of the 1st layers of the foot all proximally attach?
the calcaneous, platntar aponeurosis and the intermuscular septa
Where do all of the 1st layers of the foot all proximally attach?
the calcaneous, platntar aponeurosis and the intermuscular septa
Where do all of the 1st layers of the foot all proximally attach?
the calcaneous, platntar aponeurosis and the intermuscular septa
What is an easy way to remember the articualtion site of the pectineus? (2)
(1)p for the superior ramus of the pubis (2)distal=think about the name....therefore, it attaches at the pectinal line of the femur
What is an easy way to remember the articualtion site of the pectineus? (2)
(1)p for the superior ramus of the pubis (2)distal=think about the name....therefore, it attaches at the pectinal line of the femur
What is an easy way to remember the articualtion site of the pectineus? (2)
(1)p for the superior ramus of the pubis (2)distal=think about the name....therefore, it attaches at the pectinal line of the femur
What does the pectineus do?
adducts, flex, and med rotates the thigh
NAME
this muscel adducts flexs, and met rotates the thigh
pecitneus
What does the sartorius do?
flexs, lateral rotates, and abducts the thigh and flexes leg at the knee joint
What does the lliopsoas major?
think about anterior thigh....therefore, it flexs the thigh at the hip joint
What does the lliopsoas major?
think about anterior thigh....therefore, it flexs the thigh at the hip joint
What does the lliopsoas major?
think about anterior thigh....therefore, it flexs the thigh at the hip joint
Compare and contrast the adductor longus and brevis? (2)
(1)adductor longus=adducts the thigh (2)adductor brevis= adducts the and extends the thigh
Compare and contrast the adductor longus and brevis? (2)
(1)adductor longus=adducts the thigh (2)adductor brevis= adducts the and extends the thigh
Compare and contrast the adductor longus and brevis? (2
(1)adductor longus=adducts the thigh (2)adductor brevis= adducts the and extends the thigh
Compare and contrast the function of the pectineus and sartorius muscles? (2)
(1)pectineus= adducts, med rotates, and flexs the thigh (2)sartirous=abducts, lat rotates, and flexs the thigh and flexs the leg at the knee joint
Compare and contrast the function of the pectineus and sartorius muscles? (2)
(1)pectineus= adducts, med rotates, and flexs the thigh (2)sartirous=abducts, lat rotates, and flexs the thigh and flexs the leg at the knee joint
Compare and contrast the function of the pectineus and sartorius muscles? (2)
(1)pectineus= adducts, med rotates, and flexs the thigh (2)sartirous=abducts, lat rotates, and flexs the thigh and flexs the leg at the knee joint
Compare and contrast the function of the pectineus and sartorius muscles? (2)
(1)pectineus= adducts, med rotates, and flexs the thigh (2)sartirous=abducts, lat rotates, and flexs the thigh and flexs the leg at the knee joint
Compare the distal attachment sites of the adductor longus, breivs, magnus, and gracillis? (4)
(1)adductor longus= middle of the linea of aspera of the femur (2)adductor brevis=pectinal line of hte linea of aspera (3)adductor magnus= adductor head=linea of asepra and the hamstring head=adductor tubercle of the femur (4)Gracillis=medial surface of the tibia
Compare the distal attachment sites of the adductor longus, breivs, magnus, and gracillis? (4)
(1)adductor longus= middle of the linea of aspera of the femur (2)adductor brevis=pectinal line of hte linea of aspera (3)adductor magnus= adductor head=linea of asepra and the hamstring head=adductor tubercle of the femur (4)Gracillis=medial surface of the tibia
Compare the distal attachment sites of the adductor longus, breivs, magnus, and gracillis? (4)
(1)adductor longus= middle of the linea of aspera of the femur (2)adductor brevis=pectinal line of hte linea of aspera (3)adductor magnus= adductor head=linea of asepra and the hamstring head=adductor tubercle of the femur (4)Gracillis=medial surface of the tibia
Compare the distal attachment sites of the adductor longus, breivs, magnus, and gracillis? (4)
(1)adductor longus= middle of the linea of aspera of the femur (2)adductor brevis=pectinal line of hte linea of aspera (3)adductor magnus= adductor head=linea of asepra and the hamstring head=adductor tubercle of the femur (4)Gracillis=medial surface of the tibia
Compare the distal attachment sites of the adductor longus, breivs, magnus, and gracillis? (4)
(1)adductor longus= middle of the linea of aspera of the femur (2)adductor brevis=pectinal line of hte linea of aspera (3)adductor magnus= adductor head=linea of asepra and the hamstring head=adductor tubercle of the femur (4)Gracillis=medial surface of the tibia