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iliacus muscle (origin)
iliac fossa
psoas major muscle (origin)
bodies of vertebrae T12-L5
iliopsoas muscle (origin)
lateral: iliacus muscle medial:psoas major muscle
iliopsoas muscle (insertion)
lesser trochanter and adjacent body of femur bone
iliopsoas muscle (action)
flex coxal joint, rotate thigh laterally-externally
gluteus maximus muscle (origin)
bony sacrum, iliac crest, coccyx
gluteus maximus muscle (insertion)
proximolateral aspect of femoral body and iliotibial tract
gluteus maximus muscle (action)
extend coxal joint, rotate thigh laterally-externally, some adduction of inferior limb at coxal joint
gluteus medius muscle (origin)
gluteal surface of ilium
gluteus medius muscle (insertion)
greater trochanter of femur bone
gluteus medius muscle (action)
abduct limb at coxal joint, rotate thigh laterally-externally
gluteus minimus muscle (origin)
gluteal surface of lilium (between anterior and inferior gluteal lines)
gluteus minimus muscle (insertion)
greater trochanter of femur bone - anterior surface
gluteus minimus muscle (action)
abduct inferior limb at coxal joint
tensor fasciae latae muscle (origin)
anterior superior iliac spine and nearby ilium
tensor fasciae latae muscle (insertion)
lateral condyle of tibia (via iliotibial tract)
tensor fasciae latae muscle (action)
flex coxal joint, abduct inferior limb at coxal joint
sartorius muscle (origin)
anterior superior iliac spine
sartorius muscle (insertion)
medial aspect of tibial tuberosity
sartorius muscle (action)
flex coxal joint, rotate inferior limb laterally-externally, flex genual joint
quadriceps femoris muscle (insertion)
tibial tuberosity via patella and patellar ligament
quadriceps femoris muscle (action)
flex coxal joint (rectus femoris), extend genual joint (all heads)
rectus femoris muscle (origin)
anterior inferior iliac spine
rectus femoris muscle (insertion)
(1) tibial tuberosity via patella and patellar ligament
rectus femoris muscle (action)
(1) flex coxal joint, extend genual joint
vastus lateralis muscle (origin)
lateral aspect of femur bone
vastus lateralis muscle (insertion)
(2) tibial tuberosity via patella and patellar ligament
vastus lateralis muscle (action)
(2) extend genual joint
vastus medialis muscle (origin)
medial aspect of body of femur
vastus medialis muscle (insertion)
(3) tibial tuberosity via patella and patellar ligament
vastus medialis muscle (action)
(3) extend genual joint
vastus intermedius muscle (origin)
anterior aspect of body of femur
vastus intermedius muscle (insertion)
(4) tibial tuberosity via patella and patellar ligament
vastus intermedius muscle (action)
(4) extend genual joint
biceps femoris muscle (origin)
long head: ischiatic tuber short head: lateral lip of linea aspera of femur bone
biceps femoris muscle (insertion)
head of fibula, lateral condyle of tibia
biceps femoris muscle (action)
flex genual joint, rotate inferior limb laterally-externally, long head: extend coxal joint
semitendinosus muscle (origin)
(1) ischiatic tuber
semitendinosus muscle (insertion)
medial aspect of the proximal part of the tibial body
semitendinosus muscle (action)
rotate inferior limb medially-internally
semimembranosus (origin)
(2) ischiatic tuber
semimembranosus (insertion)
medial condyle of tibia-posterior aspect
semimembranosus (action)
extend coxal joint, flex genual joint, rotate inferior limb medially-internally
gracilis muscle (origin)
(2)inferior ramus of pubis
gracilis muscle (insertion)
medial aspect of proximal part of tibial body
gracilis muscle (action)
adduct inferior limb at coxal joint, flex genual joint, rotate inferior limb medially-internally
pectineus muscle (origin)
pecten of pubis
pectineus muscle (insertion)
proximal end of posterior aspect of femoral body (below lesser trochanter)
pectineus muscle (action)
adduct inferior limb at coxal joint, flex coxal joint
adductor longus muscle (origin)
pubic symphysis and adjacent body of pubis
adductor longus muscle (insertion)
middle third of medial lip of linea aspera of femur bone
adductor longus muscle (action)
adduct inferior limb at coxal joint
adductor brevis muscle (origin)
(2)inferior ramus of pubis
adductor brevis muscle (insertion)
medial lip of linea aspera of femur bone-superior part
adductor brevis muscle (action)
adduct inferior limb at coxal joint
adductor magnus muscle (origin)
ischiatic tuber, inferior ramus of pubis, ramus of ischium
adductor magnus muscle (insertion)
linea aspera and adductor tubercle of femur bone
adductor magnus muscle (action)
adduct inferior limb at coxal joint, extend coxal joint
anterior tibial muscle (origin)
proximal tibia crural interosseous membrane
anterior tibial muscle (insertion)
medial cuneiform bone and first metatarsal bone
anterior tibial muscle (action)
dorsiflex tarsal joint and invert the foot
long digital extensor muscle (origin)
lateral condyle of tibia, proximal fibula, and crural interosseous membrane
long digital extensor muscle (insertion)
(1)distal phalanges of digits 2-5
long digital extensor muscle (action)
dorsiflex tarsal joint, extend digital joints of digits 2-5
extensor hallucis longus muscle (origin)
middle of fibula and crural interosseous membrane
extensor hallucis longus muscle (insertion)
base of distal phalanx of big toe
extensor hallucis longus muscle (action)
extend digital joints of big toe, dorsiflex tarsal joint
peroneus longus muscle (origin)
proximal third of fibula
peroneus longus muscle (insertion)
medial cuneiform bone and base of first metatarsal bone
peroneus longus muscle (action)
extend-plantar flex tarsal joint, evert pes
peroneus brevis muscle (origin)
distal half of fibula-lateral aspect
peroneus brevis muscle (insertion)
base of fifth metarsal bone
peroneus brevis muscle (action)
evert pes, extend-plantar flex tarsal joint
peroneus tertius muscle (origin)
lower third of body of fibula
peroneus tertius muscle (insertion)
dorsum of base of fifth metatarsal bone
peroneus tertius muscle (action)
flex-dorsiflex tarsal joint, evert the pes
gastrocnemius muscle (origin)
distal posterior femur bone just above medial and lateral condyles (medial and lateral heads)
gastrocnemius muscle (insertion)
(1)joins tendon of solus muscle and becomes calcanean tendon - inserts at tuber calcanei
gastrocnemius muscle (action)
extend-plantar flex tarsal joint, flex genual joint
soleus muscle (origin)
proximal posterior tibia and fibula
soleus muscle (insertion)
(2)tuber calcanei
soleus muscle (action)
extend-plantar flex tarsal joint
plantaris muscle (origin)
lateral epicondyle of femur bone-posterior edge
plantaris muscle (insertion)
(3)tuber calcanei
plantaris muscle (action)
extend-plantar flex tarsal joint
popliteus muscle (origin)
lateral epicondyle of femur bone
popliteus muscle (insertion)
posterior aspect of tibia above line of soleus muscle
popliteus muscle (action)
flex genual joint, roate crus medially
flexor hallucis longus (origin)
distal thwo-thirds of fibula and crural interosseus membrane
flexor hallucis longus (insertion)
base of distal phalanx of first digit
flexor hallucis longus (action)
flex digital joints of first digit, invert the pes
flexor digitorum longus muscle (origin)
middle third of posterior surface of tibia
flexor digitorum longus muscle (insertion)
(2)distal phalanges of digits 2-5
flexor digitorum longus muscle (action)
flex digital joints of minor toes, extend-plantar flex tarsal joint
posterior tibial muscle (origin)
posterior aspect of the tibia and fibula
posterior tibial muscle (insertion)
tarsal bones (except talus) and metatarsal bones 2-4
posterior tibial muscle (action)
extend-plantar flex tarsal joint, invert pes