Exam 2: Second Order -Part 1

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Exam 2: Second Order -Part 1
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review of gluteus and thigh second order for exam 2
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  1. Rectus femoris
    Origin:
    anterior inferior iliac spine
  2. Rectus femoris
    Insertion:
    patella
  3. Rectus femoris
    Action:
    extend leg and flex thigh
  4. Rectus femoris
    Innervation:
    femoral N
  5. Quadriceps femoris
    Origin:
    shaft of femur
  6. Quadriceps femoris
    Insertion:
    pateall
  7. Quadriceps femoris
    Action:
    extend leg
  8. Quadriceps femoris
    Innervation:
    femoral N
  9. Vastus lateralis
    Origin:
    shaft of femur
  10. Vastus lateralis
    Insertion:
    patella
  11. Vastus lateralis
    Action:
    extend leg
  12. Vastus lateralis
    Innervation:
    femoral N
  13. Vastus intermedius
    Origin:
    shaft of femur
  14. Vastus intermedius
    Insertion:
    patella
  15. Vastus intermedius
    Action:
    extend leg
  16. Vastus intermedius
    Innervation:
    femoral N
  17. Vastus medialis
    Origin:
    shaft of femur
  18. Vastus medialis
    Insertion:
    patella
  19. Vastus medialis
    Action:
    extend leg
  20. Vastus medialis
    Innervation:
    femoral N
  21. Sartorius
    Origin:
    anterior superior iliac spine
  22. Sartorius
    Insertion:
    medial surface of tibia, inferior to tibial tuberosity
  23. Sartorius
    Action:
    flex thigh and leg; laterally rotate thigh
  24. Sartorius
    Innervation:
    femoral N
  25. Gracilis
    Origin:
    body and inferior ramus of pubis
  26. Gracilis
    Insertion:
    medial tibia, inferior to tibial tuberosity
  27. Gracilis
    Action:
    flex leg, adduct thigh
  28. Gracilis
    Innervation:
    obturator N
  29. Pectineus
    Origin:
    pectin pubis and superior ramus of pubis
  30. Pectineus
    Insertion:
    pectineal line (from lesser trochanter to linea aspera)
  31. Pectineus
    Action:
    adduct and medially rotate thigh
  32. Pectineus
    Innervation:
    femoral N
  33. Adductor longus
    Origin:
    body and inferior ramus of pubis
  34. Adductor longus
    Insertion:
    almost whole length of linea aspera
  35. Adductor longus
    Action:
    adduct and medially rotate thigh
  36. Adductor lonus
    Innervation:
    obturator N
  37. Adductor brevis
    Origin:
    body and inferior ramus of pubis
  38. Adductor brevis
    Insertion: 
    inferior part of pectineal line and superior part of linea aspera
  39. Adductor brevis
    Action:
    adduct and medially rotate thigh
  40. Adductor brevis
    Innervation:
    obturator N
  41. Adductor magnus
    Origin:
    ischiopubic ramus and ishial tuberosity
  42. Adductor magnus
    Insertion:
    linea aspera and adductor tubercle
  43. Adductor magnus
    Action:
    adduct and medially rotate thigh
  44. Adductor magnus
    Innervation:
    obturator N (portion from ishial tuberosity = tibial N)
  45. Obturator externus
    Origin:
    external surface of obturator membrane and surrounding margins of pubis and ischium
  46. Obturator externus
    Insertion:
    trochanteric fossa of femur
  47. Obturator externus
    Action:
    laterally rotates thigh; holds head of femur in acetabulum
  48. Obturator externus
    Innervation:
    obturator N
  49. Gluteus maximus
    Origin:
    posterior gluteal line, dorsal surface of sacrum and coccyx, sacrotuberous ligament
  50. Gluteus maximus
    Insertion:
    gluteal tuberosity of femur and iliotibial tract
  51. Gluteus maximus
    Action: 
    extend thigh
  52. Gluteus maximus
    Innervation:
    inferior gluteal N
  53. Gluteus medius
    Origin:
    outer surface of wing of ilium; deep fascia
  54. Gluteus medius
    Insertion:
    greater trochanter
  55. Gluteus medius
    Action:
    abduct and medially rotate thigh; stabilize pelvis when foot is lifted off ground; normal walking gait
  56. Gluteus medius
    Innervation:
    superior gluteal N
  57. Gluteus minimus
    Origin:
    outer surface of wing of ilium
  58. Gluteus minimus
    Insertion:  
    greater trochanter
  59. Gluteus minimus
    Action:
    abduct and medially rotate thigh; stabilze pelvis; normal walking gait
  60. Gluteus minimus
    Innervation:
    superior gluteal N
  61. Tensor fasciae lata
    Origin:
    iliac crest and anterior superior iliac spine
  62. Tensor fasciae lata
    Insertion:
    iliotibial tract
  63. Tensor fasciae lata
    Action:
    flex and abduct thigh; assists with medial rotation of thigh and extension of leg
  64. Tensor fasciae lata
    Innervation:
    superior gluteal N
  65. Piriformis
    Origin:
    pelvis surfae of sacrum; sacrotuberous ligament
  66. Piriformis
    Insertion:
    medial side of greater trochanter
  67. Piriformis
    Action:
    laterally rotate thigh
  68. Piriformis
    Innervation:
    nerve to the piriformis
  69. Obturator internus
    Origin:
    pelvic surface of obturator membrane and surrounding bone
  70. Obturator internus
    Insertion:
    greater trochanter of femur
  71. Obturator internus
    Action:
    lateral rotaion of thigh
  72. Obturator internus
    Innervation:
    nerve to obturator internus
  73. Superior gemellus
    Origin: 
    ischial spine
  74. Superior gemellus
    Insertion:
    greater trochanter of femur
  75. Superior gemellus
    Action:
    lateral rotation of thigh
  76. Superior gemellus
    Innervation:
    nerve to obturator internus

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