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18 Cards in this Set

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Iliacus
Attached to the ilium and to the femur. It flexes the femur
Psoas Major and Minor
Attached to the lumbar vertebrae and to the femur. Flexes the femur
Pectineus
Attached to the pubis and to the femur. It flexes the femur
Rectus Femoris
Attached to the ilium and to the tibia by way of the patella. It flexes the femur
Sartorius
Attached to the ilium and to the tibia. It flexes the femur
Tensor Fasciae Latae
Attached to the ilium and to the patella and tibia. It flexes and abducts the femur
Gluteus Minimus
Attached to the ilium and to the greater trochanter of the femur. It abducts and rotates inward the femur
Gluteus Medius
Attached to the ilium and the greater trochanter of the femur. It abducts and rotates inward the femur.
Piriformis, Gemellis superior & inferior, Obturator internus & externus, quadratus femoris.
SIX OUTWARD ROTATORS
Attached from the ischium and the sacrum to the greater trochanter of the femur. They rotate outward the femur
Gluteus maximus
Attached to the ilium and sacrum and to the femur. Extends and rotates outward the femur.
Biceps Femoris, Long Head
Attached to the ischium and to the head of the fibula. Extends the femur
Semimembranosus
Attached to the ischium and to the medial side of the tibia. Extends the femur
Semitendinosus
Attached to the ischium and to the medial side of the tibia. Extends the femur
Adductor Magnus
Attached to the pubis and ischium and to the back of the femur. Adducts and extends the femur
Adductor Minimus
Attached to the pubis and to the femur. Adducts the femur
Adductor Brevis
Attached to the pubis and to the femur. Adducts the femur
Adductor Longus
Attached to the pubis and to the femur. Adducts the femur
Gracilis
Attached to the pubis and the front of the tibia. Adducts the femur