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O: Anterior inferior iliac spine
I: Tibial tuberosity
A: Hip flexion, knee extension
N: Femoral nerve (L2-4)
OIAN of Rectus Femoris
O: Anterior inferior iliac spine
Origin of Rectus Femoris
I: Tibial tuberosity
Insertion of Rectus Femoris, Vastus Medialis, Vastus Intermedius, and Vastus Lateralis
A: Hip flexion, knee extension
Action(s) of Rectus Femoris
N: Femoral nerve (L2-4)
Innervation of Rectus Femoris, Vastus Medialis, Vastus Intermedius, and Vastus Laterlis (ALL QUADRICEPS)
O: Medial lip of linea aspera
I: Tibial tuberosity
A: Knee extension
N: Femoral nerve (L2-4)
OIAN of Vastus Medialis
O: Medial lip of linea aspera
Origin of Vastus Medialis
A: Knee extension
Action(s) of Vastus Medialis, Vastus Intermrdius, and Vastus Lateralis
O: Proximal 2/3 of anterior femur
I: Tibial tuberosity
A: Knee extension
N: Femoral nerve (L2-4)
OIAN of Vastus Intermedius
O: Proximal 2/3 of anterior femur
Origin of Vastus Intermedius
O: Lateral femur distal to greater trochanter and proximal 1/2 of linea aspera
I: Tibial tuberosity
A: Knee extension
N: Femoral nerve (L2-4)
OIAN of Vastus Lateralis
O: Lateral femur distal to greater trochanter and proximal 1/2 of linea aspera
Origin of Vastus Lateralis
O: Ischial tuberosity
I: Proximal anteromedial tibia
A: Hip extension, knee flexion
N: Tibial division of sciatic nerve (L5-S2)
OIAN of Semitendinosus
O: Ischial tuberosity
Origin of Semitendinosus and Semimembranosus
I: Proximal anteromedial tibia
Insertion of Semitendinosus
N: Tibial division of sciatic nerve (L5-S2)
Innervation of Semitendinosus and Semimembranosus
O: Ischial tuberosity
I: Posterior medial tibial condyle
A: Hip extension, knee flexion
N: Tibial division of sciatic nerve (L5-S2)
OIAN of Semimembranosus
I: Posterior medial tibial condyle
Insertion of Semimembranosus
O: Long head: Ischial tuberosity; Short head: Lateral lip of linea aspera
I: Fibular head and lateral tibial condyle
A: Hip extension (long head), knee flexion
N: Long head: Tibial division of sciatic nerve; Short head: Common peroneal division of sciatic nerve (L5-S2)
OIAN of Biceps Femoris
O: Long head: Ischial tuberosity; Short head: Lateral lip of linea aspera
Origin of Biceps Femoris
I: Fibular head and lateral tibial condyle
Insertion of Biceps Femoris
A: Hip extension (long head), knee flexion
Action(s) of Biceps Femoris
N: Long head: Tibial division of sciatic nerve; Short head: Common peroneal division of sciatic nerve (L5-S2)
Innervation of Biceps Femoris
O: Posterior lateral femoral condyle
I: Posterior medial tibial condyle
A: Unlocks the knee during initial knee flexion
N: Tibial nerve (L4-S1)
OIAN of Popliteus
O: Posterior lateral femoral condyle
Origin of Popliteus
I: Posterior medial tibial condyle
Insertion of Popliteus
A: Unlocks the knee during initial knee flexion
Aciton(s) of Popliteus
N: Tibial nerve (L4-S1)
Innervation of Popliteus
O: Medial head: Posterior medial femoral condyle; Lateral head: Posterior lateral femoral condyle
I: Posterior calcaneus through the Achilles tendon
A: Knee flexion, ankle plantarflexion
N: Tibial nerve (S1-2)
OIAN of Gastrocnemius
O: Medial head: Posterior medial femoral condyle; Lateral head: Posterior lateral femoral condyle
Origin of Gastrocnemius
I: Posterior calcaneus through the Achilles tendon
Insertion of Gastrocnemius
A: Knee flexion, ankle plantarflexion
Action(s) of Gastrocnemius
N: Tibial nerve (S1-2)
Innervation of Gastrocnemius
What structures stabilize the knee?
Joint capsule
Medial and lateral meniscus
Iliotibial band/TFL
Quadriceps
Patellar tendon
Pes anserinus
Biceps femoris
Semimembranosus
Gastrocnemius
All knee ligaments