Hip, Thigh, & Leg Muscles 22 Oct. 2012Hip-Thigh-Leg.ppt1

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  • Hip, Thigh, & Leg Muscles 22 Oct. 2012Hip-Thigh-Leg.ppt1
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  • Flexors of the Thigh Iliopsoas (2 parts) Iliacus Psoas major Sartorius Rectus femoris 22 Oct. 2012Hip-Thigh-Leg.ppt2
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  • Extensors & Hyperextensors of Thigh power for walking, running Gluteus maximus Hamstring group Adductor magnus (posterior part) 22 Oct. 2012Hip-Thigh-Leg.ppt3
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  • Hamstring group Biceps femoris Semitendinosis Semimembranosus 22 Oct. 2012Hip-Thigh-Leg.ppt4
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  • Abductors of Thigh Gluteus medius Gluteus minimus Deep to gl. medius Tensor fasciae latae via iliotibial tract to lateral epicondyle of tibia (next slide) 22 Oct. 2012Hip-Thigh-Leg.ppt5
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  • Adductors of Thigh Adductor magnus Adductor longus Adductor brevis Gracilis Pectineus 22 Oct. 2012Hip-Thigh-Leg.ppt6
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  • Flexors of the Leg Remember "leg" means from knee to ankle. Hamstring group Gracilis Gastrocnemius (next slide) 22 Oct. 2012Hip-Thigh-Leg.ppt7
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  • Extensors of the Leg Quadriceps group Rectus femoris Vastus lateralis Vastus medialis Vastus intermedius 22 Oct. 2012Hip-Thigh-Leg.ppt8
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  • Plantar Flexors (Extensors of the Foot) 22 Oct. 2012Hip-Thigh-Leg.ppt9 Gastrocnemius Soleus Fibularis longus
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  • Dorsiflexors (Flexors of the Foot) 22 Oct. 2012Hip-Thigh-Leg.ppt10 Tibialis anterior Extensor digitorum longus Extensor hallucis longus