Anatomy Midterm 3 - Lecture 6.docx

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Department
Anatomy and Cell Biology
Course
Anatomy and Cell Biology 3319
Professor
Michele Barbeau
Semester
Winter

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Medial and Posterior Thigh ­ gracilis – slender ­ pectinius – pectineal line origin ­ exception 1 in terms of innervation ­ common adductor insertion is the linea aspera  ­ this goes all along linea aspera ­ pubic ramus or pubic body usually ­ quick start ­ half of this muscle is tendonous ­ as it inserts into medial surface of upper tibea ­ halfway down and origin is tendonous ­ membranous – kind of flat ­ most medial of hamstrings ­ m – medial ­ common origin – ischial tuberosity – hamstrings ­ strengthening posterior of knee joint ­ crosses over and attaches to both medial and lateral  ­ complex insertion ­ comes down medial side ­ attaches to medial tibia ­ forms oblique ligament ­ and attaches to lateral side of femur ­ exerts effect on both sides of tibia ­ flexors of knee ­ long head – bonified hamstring ­ don’t consider short head a hamstring!! ­ fascia lata – IT t
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