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Fascia
Holds muscle in place connective areolar
Transect
Cut across middle 90 degree angle
Aponeurosis
Sheet like tendon
Inguinal Ligament
Between thigh and abdominal wall
Femoral Nerve
Impulses to and from medial thigh and lower leg
Femoral Artery
blood to medial thigh and lower leg
Femoral Vein
blood from medial thigh and lower leg
Sartorius
O: ilium
I: tibia
P: flex leg
Gracilis
O: pubis, ischium
I: tibia
P: adduct thigh
Quadriceps Femoris
4 part muscle, medial leg
Rectus Femoris
O: innominate
I: tibia
P: extend leg
Vastus Intermedius
O: femur
I: tibia
P: extend the leg
Vastus Lateralis
O: femur
I: tibia
P: extend the leg
Vastus Medialis
O: femur
I: tibia
P: extend the leg
Fascia Lata
aponeurosis of TFL; covers quads
Tensor Fascia Lata
O: iliac crest
I: fascia lata
P: flex thigh
Adductor Femoris
O: pubis, ischium
I: linea aspera
P: adduct thigh
Adductor Longus
O: pubis
I: femur
P: adduct thigh
Lateral Circumflex Femoral Artery
blood to the quadriceps
Lateral Circumflex Femoral Vein
blood from quadriceps
Obturator Nerve
Impulses to/from gracilis
Deep Femoral Artery
blood deep to thigh
Deep Femoral Vein
blood deep from thigh
Popliteal artery
blood to knee
Popliteal vein
blood from knee
Saphenous Artery
blood to medial lower leg
Saphenous Vein
blood from medial lower leg
Saphenous Nerve
impulses to/from medial lower leg
Tibialis Anterior
O: tibia
I: metatarsals
P: flexes foot
Biceps Femoris
O: ischium
I: tibia, fibula
P: flex leg
Semitendinosus
O: ischium
I: tibia
P: flex leg
Semimebranosus
O: ischium
I: tibia
P: flex leg
Sciatic Nerve
impulses to/from deep lateral leg
Gluteus Maximus
O: sacral vertebrae
I: femur
P: abduct thigh
Gluteus Medius
O: ilium
I: femur
P: abduct thigh
Cuadofemoralis
O: caudal vertebrae
I: patella
P: abduct thigh
Lumbodorsal aponeurosis
support, muscle attachment, lumbar area
Gastrocnemius
O: femur
I: calcaneus
P: extends foot
Soleus
O: tibia
I: calcaneus
P: extends foot
Tibial Nerve
impulses to/from posterior leg and foot
Peroneal Nerve
impulses to/from anterior leg and foot
Extensor Digitorum Longus
O: femur
I: phalanges
P: extends toes
Peroneus Brevis
O: fibula
I: metatarsals
P: extends foot
Peroneus Longus
O: fibula
I: metatarsals
P: pronates foot
Peroneus Tertius
O: fibula
I: phalanges
P: extends foot
Patella
knee cap- leverage for quads. femoris
Synovial Membrane
fatty pad in knee lubricant of joint
Crossed Ligaments
Prevents dislocations-reduces slippage of joint
Semilunar Cartilage
crescent shaped/cushions joint, protects end of bone