Kinesiology chapter 18 .txt

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  1. The iliopsoas attaches to which most proximal bony structure
    Iliac fossa
  2. The iliac crest forms what
    ASIS &PSIS
  3. What ligament and muscles attach to the ASIS
    Inguinal ligament, TFL, sartorius
  4. What muscle attaches to AIIS
    Rectus femoris
  5. The ramus connects to the
    Pubis
  6. Where is the attachment site for adductor Magnus, longus, brevis and gracilis
    Inferior ramus
  7. Where do we WB when seated
    Ischial tuberosity
  8. What is normal AROM for hip ER, IR, ABD, EXT, FLX, & ADD
    • FLX 120
    • Ext. 20
    • ABD. 50
    • Add. 20
    • ER. 50
    • IR. 40
  9. The obturator foramen allows passage for what nerve
    Obturator
  10. This hip structure forms foramen with the Sacrospinous ligament
    Greater sciatic notch
  11. Sciatic nerve and pisiformis travel through what
    Greater sciatic notch
  12. What percentage of sciatic nerves pass through the priformis
    12-20%
  13. What attaches to the greater trochanter (3)
    Glut med, min, and piriformis
  14. Where is the distal attachment for the Iliopsoas
    Lesser trochanter
  15. Where is the most common site of hip bursitis
    Greater trochanter
  16. This ligament is also known as the Y ligament
    iliofemoral ligament
  17. This hip ligament limits hyper extension, and ER
    Iliofemoral
  18. Paraplegic patients can stand 2* this ligament
    Iliofemoral
  19. What is the anterior ligament of the hip
    Iliofemoral
  20. What ligament of the hip is medial and inferiorly
    Pubofemoral
  21. This ligament limits hyper extension, ER and ABD
    Pubofemoral
  22. This ligament is posterior on the hip
    Ischiofemoral
  23. This hip ligament limits hyper extension, flexion and IR
    Ischiofemoral
  24. This is also known as the round ligament
    Ligamentum teres
  25. The foveolar artery passes through this ligament
    Ligamentum teres
  26. Ligamentum teres attaches where
    Acetabulum to fovea of femoral head
  27. This ligament separates the abdominal wall from the thigh
    Inguinal ligament
  28. This ligament attaches from ASIS to pubic tubercle
    Inguinal ligament
  29. What muscle is always a synergist
    Sartorius
  30. This muscle performs hip flexion in an open chain and trunk flexion in a closed chain
    Iliopsoas
  31. This muscle attaches to the iliac crest and lesser trochanter
    Iliopsoas
  32. Iliopsoas is a hip flexer and has an origin and insertion of what
    Iliac crest and lesser trochanter
  33. What nerve innervates the iliopsoas
    Iliacus and femoral nerve
  34. Please name the two joint muscles of the hip joint (3)
    • Rectus femoris
    • Sartorius
    • Gracilis
  35. What is the OIAN for Adductor longus
    • Pubis to linea aspera
    • Hip ADD
    • Obturator
  36. OIAN for adductor brevis
    • Inferior ramus to linea aspera
    • Hip ADD
    • Obturator nerve
  37. OIAN for adductor Magnus
    • Ischium/Pubis to linea aspera/adductor tubercle
    • Hip add
    • Obturator/sciatic
  38. OIAN for gracilis
    • Pubic symphysis/ramus to pes anserine
    • Obturator nerve
    • Hip add
  39. Gluteus Maximus OIAN
    • Sacrum to posterior femur
    • Inferior gluteal nerve
    • Hip ext and ER
  40. Piriformis OIAN
    • Sacrum to greater trochanter
    • ER with hip ext and IR with hip flexion
    • S1-2 segments
  41. Please list muscles that insert at the pes anserine
    • Gracilis
    • Sartorius
    • Semitendinosis
  42. List muscles that originate at the greater trochanter
    Glut med, min, and piriformis
  43. Where do hamstrings originate from
    Ischial tuberosity
  44. What muscles are innervated by the sciatic nerve
    Hamstrings
  45. Semimembranosus inserts where
    Posteriormedial tibia
  46. Biceps femoris inserts where and does what actions
    • Head of fibula and lateral condyle
    • Hip ext and knee flexion
  47. Gluteus mediums OIAN
    • Ilium mad greater trochanter
    • Superior gluteal nerve
    • Hip ABD
  48. Gluteus minimus OIAN
    • Ilium and greater trochanter
    • Superior gluteal nerve
    • Hip ABD and IR
  49. TFL OIAN
    • ASIS to tibial condyle
    • Superior gluteal nerve
    • Hip ABD and hip Flx
  50. Use of can decreases WB by what percentile
    40%
  51. Please identify the Q-angle pattern for the hip
    Relationship between the ASIS to Patella and Patella to tibial tuberosity
  52. Please indemnity the superior, lateral, medial, border of the femoral triangle
    • Sup. Inguinal ligament
    • Lateral. Sartorius
    • Medial. Adductor longus
  53. Please tell me what is the later and medial half of the floor in the femoral triangle
    • Pectineus muscle medial half
    • Iliopsoas lateral half
  54. What is the 2nd deepest layer of the femoral triangle
    Femoral nerve and artery

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