Anatomy- Intrinsic Pelvic Limb.txt

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Anatomy- Intrinsic Pelvic Limb.txt
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  1. Cranial Tibial m.*****
    Origin-
    Insertion-
    Action-
    Innervation-
    • Origin- extensor groove and the adjacent articular margin of the tibia; the lateral edge of the cranial tibial border.
    • Insertion- The plantar surface of the of the base of metatarsals I and II.
    • Action- To flex the tarsus, to rotate the paw laterally
    • Innervation- Deep peroneal n.
  2. Long Digital Extensor m.*****
    Origin-
    Insertion-
    Action-
    Innervation-
    • Origin- Extensor fossa of the femur.
    • Insertion- The extensor processes of the distal phalanges of digits II-V.
    • Action- To extend the digits and flex the tarsus.
    • Innervation- Deep peroneal n.
  3. Peroneus Longus m. (Fibularis Longus m.)
    Origin-
    Insertion-
    Action-
    Innervation-
    • Origin- The lateral condyle of the tibia, the proximal end of the fibula, the lateral epicondyle of the of the femur by the lateral collateral ligament of the stifle.
    • Insertion- The fourth tarsal bone, the plantar aspect of the base of the metatarsals.
    • Action- To flex the tarsus and rotate the paw medially.
    • Innervation- Common peroneal n.
  4. Lateral Digital Extensor m.
    Innervation-
    Superficial peroneal n.
  5. The major component of the common calcanean tendon.
    Gastrocnemius m.
  6. Gastrocnemius m.*****
    Origin-
    Insertion-
    Action-
    Innervation-
    • Origin- The medial and lateral supracondylar tuberosities of the femur.
    • Insertion- The proximal dorsal surface of the tuber calcanei.
    • Action- To extend the tarsus and flex the stifle.
    • Innervation- Tibial n.
  7. Superficial Digital Flexor m.*****
    Origin-
    Insertion-
    Action-
    Innervation-
    • Origin- The lateral supracondylar tuberosity of the femur.
    • Insertion- The tuber calcanei and the bases of the middle phalanges of digits II-V.
    • Action- To flex the stifle, extend the tarsus, and flex the first two digital joints
    • Innervation- Tibial n.
  8. The Deep Digital Flexor m.*****
    Origin-
    Insertion-
    Action-
    Innervation-
    • Origin- The caudal aspect of the proximal two thirds of the tibia, the proximal half of the fibula, and the adjacent interosseous membrane (lateral head); proximal end of the tibia (medial head)
    • Insertion- The flexor tubercle on the plantar surface of the base of each of the distal phalanges.
    • Action- To flex the digits and extend the tarsus.
    • Innervation- Tibial n.
  9. Popliteus m.
    Origin-
    Insertion-
    Action-
    Innervation-
    • Origin- The lateral epicondyle of the femur.
    • Insertion- The proximal third of the caudal surface of the tibia.
    • Action- To rotate the leg medially.
    • Innervation- Tibial n.
  10. A partial tear of the common calcaneal tendon is a tear of the ___________.
    gatrocnemius m.

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