anatomy study guide for the test on 2-28-13

Helpfulness: 0
Set Details Share
created 8 years ago by Ali_Steph
53 views
updated 8 years ago by Ali_Steph
Subjects:
anatomy
show moreless
Page to share:
Embed this setcancel
COPY
code changes based on your size selection
Size:
X
Show:
1

Rectus Femoris-Origin

AIIS(Anterior Inferior Illiac Spine)

2

Rectus Femoris-Insertion

Tibial Tuberpsity (Plateller Tendon)

3

Rectus Femoris-Action

Hip Flexion

4

Vastus medualis-Origin

Anterior Femur

5

Vastus medualis-Insertion

Tibial Tuberpsity (Plateller Tendon)

6

Vastus medualis-Action

Knee Extention

7

Vastus lareralis-Origin

Anterior Femur

8

Vastus lareralis-Insertion

Tibial Tuberpsity (Plateller Tendon)

9

Vastus lareralis-Action

Knee Extention

10

Vastus intermedius-Origin

Anterior Femur

11

Vastus intermedius-Insertion

Tibial Tuberpsity (Plateller Tendon)

12

Vastus intermedius-Action

Knee Extention

13

Semitendonosis-Origin

Tibial Tuberosity

14

Semitendonosis-Insertion

Proximal Medial Shaft Of Tibia

15

Semitendonosis-Action

Hip Extentoin Knee Flexion

16

Semimembronsis-Origin

Tibial Tuberosity

17

Semimembronsis-Insertion

Posterior Aspect of Medial Epicondyle Of Tibia

18

Semimembronsis-Action

Hip Extentoin Knee Flexion

19

Biceps Femoris-Origin

Ishial Tuberosity & Linea Aspera

20

Biceps Femoris-Insertion

Tibial Tuberosity (plateller Tendon)

21

Biceps Femoris-Action

Hip Extentoin Knee Flexion

22

know that All the Quadricepts share an INSERTION:

Tibial Tuberosity (plateller Tendon)

23

know that the Hamstrings all share an ORIGION:

Ishial Tuberosity

24

What are the HAMSTRINGS from MEDIAL to LATERAL?

Semimembrosis,semitendonosis,biceps femoris

25

What are the OUADRICEPS from MEDIAL to LATERAL?

Vastus medialis,rectus femoris,vastus lateralis

26

What QUADRICEP muscle is not visible?

Vastus Intermedius

27

What are 6 DEEP LATERAL ROTATORS?

Pariformis
Gemellus Superior
Obiturator Intermedius
Gemellus Inferior
Obiturator Externus
Quadratus Femoris

28

What is the appropriate name for the HIP JOINT?

Illio Femeral

29

What muscles that we discused can contribute to SCIATICA symptoms?

Piriformis and Gluiteus Minimus

30

what muscle is the true antagnost to rectus femoris?

Semitendonosis

31

What is formed by the meeting of the illium,ishium,and pubis?

Acetab (think of a bony butt)

32

what two hip flexors are the most commonly associated with low back pain?

Illiopsoas and Rectus Femoris

33

-In general muscles of the anterior ___________ , muscles of the posterior __________, with the exception of the muscles that bend the ___________.

Flex/Internal Rotation
Extend/External Rotation
KNEE

34

-Adductor magnus, brevis, longus all adduct the femur along with what two muscles?

1. Gracilis
2. Pectinius

35

-What is the longest muscle of the body?

Sartorius

36

-The PES ANSERINUS is formed by the ________________ of these 3 muscles:

TENDONS
1. Sartorius
2. Gracilis
3. SemiTendonosis

37

-PES ANSERINUS means _________:

GOOSE FOOT

38

- When massaging the ADDUCTORS what structure would need to be avoided in this endangerment site?
_____________________

Femoral Artery

39

-These 3 muscles if TIGHT could create an ANTERIOR PELVIC TILT:

1. Iliopsoas
2. TFL
3. Rectus Femoris

40

-What muscle is nicknamed “Pseudosciatica” muscle?

GLUTE MIN

41

-This muscle is the PRIMARY HIP FLEXOR:

ILIOPSOAS

42

-This muscle is the PRIMARY HIP EXTENSOR:

GLUTE MAX

43

-These muscles are PRIMARY HIP ABDUCTORS:

Glute Med/Min and TFL

44

-The ILIOPSOAS is typically ______________ ____________ while the GLUTEUS MAXIMUS is typically _________________.

Short and Tight
Long and Weak

45

-The two muscles that make up ILIOPSOAS are:

1. Iliacus
2. Psoas Major

46

- A synergist to GLUTEUS MAXIMUS, which often takes over when the glutes are weak are the ____________________.

Hamstrings

47

-The two muscles that both insert into the IT BAND and help stabilizing the knee during gait are:

1. Glute Max
2. TFL