Second Order: Knee Muscles (that also act on hip)

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Second Order: Knee Muscles (that also act on hip)
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  1. Which muscles make up Quadriceps Femoris?
    • vastus lateralis
    • vastus medialis
    • vastus intermedius
    • rectus femoris
  2. Vastus lateralis
    Origin:
    lateral proximal femur
  3. Vastus lateralis
    Insertion:
    into proximal border of patella and then via patellar tendon into tibial tuberosity
  4. Vastus lateralis
    Action:
    extends knee
  5. Vastus lateralis
    Innervation:
    femoral
  6. Vastus medialis
    Origin:
    distal intertrochanteric line
  7. Vastus medialis
    Insertion:
    into proximal border of patella and then via patellar tendon into tibial tuberosity
  8. Vastus medialis
    Action:
    knee extension
  9. Vastus medialis
    Innervation:
    Femoral
  10. Vastus intermedius
    Origin:
    anterior and lateral proximal 2/3 body of femur
  11. Vastus intermedius
    Insertion:
    proximal border of patella and then via patellar tendon into tibial tuberosity
  12. Vastus intermedius
    Action:
    knee extension
  13. Vastus intermedius
    Innervation:
    femoral
  14. Rectus Femoris
    Origin:
    AIIS and acetabulum
  15. Rectus Femoris
    Insertion:
    into proximal border of patella and then via patellar tendon into tibial tuberosity
  16. Rectus Femoris
    Action:
    extends knee and flex hip joint
  17. Rectus Femoris
    Innervation:
    femoral
  18. Which muscles make up the hamstrings?
    • semi membranosus
    • semi tendinosus
    • biceps femoris
  19. Semi membranosus
    Origin:
    ischial tuberosity
  20. Semi membranosus
    Insertion:
    postero-medial medial condyle of tibia
  21. Semi membranosus
    Action:
    • knee flexion and hip extension
    • lateral hamstrings: laterally rotate hip joint and knee joint
    • medial hamstrings: medially rotate hip and knee joint
  22. Semi membranosus
    Innervation:
    Sciatic (tibial branch)
  23. Semi tendinosus
    Origin:
    ischial tuberosity
  24. Semi tendinosus
    Insertion:
    proximal medial body of tibia
  25. Semi tendinosus
    Action:
    • knee flexion and hip extension
    • lateral hamstrings: laterally rotate hip and knee joints
    • medial hamstrings: medially rotate hip and knee joints
  26. Semi tendinosus
    Innervation:
    sciatic (tibial branch)
  27. Biceps femoris
    Short head Origin:
    femur
  28. Biceps femoris
    Long head Origin:
    ischial tuberosity
  29. Biceps femoris
    Insertion:
    lateral side of head of fibula and lateral condyle of tibia
  30. Biceps femoris
    Action:
    • knee flexion and hip extension; short head only does knee flexion
    • lateral hamstrings: laterally rotate hip and knee joints
    • medial hamstrings: medial rotate hip and knee joints
  31. Biceps femoris
    Innervation:
    • sciatic (tibial branch)
    • short head: sciatic (peroneal branch)
  32. Popliteus
    Origin:
    anterior lateral condyle of femur
  33. Popliteus
    Insertion:
    soleal line on posterior surface of tibia
  34. Popliteus
    Action:
    internally rotates tibia on femur
  35. Popliteus
    Innervation:
    tibial

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