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Lecture 10

ANAT 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Adductor Longus Muscle, Ischial Tuberosity, Adductor Magnus Muscle


Department
Anatomy and Cell Biology
Course Code
ANAT 101
Professor
Richard Oko
Lecture
10

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Muscles of the Lower Limbs
Hip girdle – only need to know the large muscles
Gluteus maximus
Running, climbing. NOT walking or standing
Extensor
Minimus and medius
Abductors
Medial rotators
Thigh muscles: Lol check the notes…..
Anterior
oExtends knee  kick
oFemoral nerve (knee jerk reaction)
oMuscles are called the quadriceps, and all insert at the patella, go through the
patella, and insert at the tipiac tubrosity
Rectus (straight) femoris (EXAM)
Vastus medialis (EXAM)
Vastus lateralis (EXAM)
Vastus intermedius (can’t see/wont need to identify)
Medial
oCome from pubic bone and fan out onto femur
oAductors (keep knees together)
oBalance while walking
oOccur in two planes
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