LAB 4 part 2
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what is the advantage of the design of the iliofemoral, pubofemoral and ischiofemoral ligaments?
they tighten with weight bearing
hip fractures are common in the elderly. where do most of these occur?
neck of the femur
the joint surface of the tibia is called the ___________.
inside the knee joint, the tibia and femur are connected by ____________.
anterior and posterior cruciate ligaments
an anterior cruciate ligament tear can be detected by having the knee flexed at 90 degrees and pulling forward on the foreleg. what will you see?
the tibia will move forward beneath the femoral condyles
muscles that originate form the quadriceps tendon?
- rectus femoris
- vastus lateralis
- vasus intermedius
- vastus medialis
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