Muscles of thigh +nerves+origin+insertion+innersion

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  1. Musculus sartorius:
    Origin?
    Insertion?
    Function?
    innervation?
    • Illium- Spina iliaca anterior superior
    • tibia- condylus mediale (via the pes anserinus major)
    • Flexion, abduction and external rotation of the thigh , flexion of the leg, internal rotation of the flexed leg
    • N. Femoralis
  2. Musculus Quadriceps Femoris
    Origin?
    Insertion?
    Function?
    innervation?
    • Origin: Divided into 4 submuscles
    • -Musculus Rectus Femoris, which has two heads: Caput rectum and caput Reflexum 
    • -Musculus Vastus Lateralis 
    • -Musculus intermedius
    • -Musculus Vastus medialis

    • I: Tuberositas Tibiae- via Lig. Patellare 
    • F: Extension of the leg, Flexion of the Thigh (Rectus Femurs only)
    • N: N. Femoralis
  3. Insertion of Caput rectum ?
    Ilium- Spina Iliaca anterior inferior
  4. Insertion of Caput Reflexum ?
    Ilium- Sulcus Supraacetabuli
  5. Insertion of Musculus vests lateralis?
    Femur- proximal hlaf of linea aspera
  6. insertion of Musculus Vastus intermedius?
    Femur- anterior and lateral surface
  7. insertion of Musculus Vastus medialis?
    • femur- linea aspera(medial lip)
    • Femur- linea intertrochanterica(distal part)
  8. Musculus Pectineus
    Origin?
    Insertion?
    Function?
    innervation?
    • Pubis- Pecten ossis pubis
    • Femur- linea pectinea
    • adduction, flexion and external rotation of the thigh
    • N. femuralis/N. Obturatorius
  9. Musculus Adductor Longus
    Origin?
    Insertion?
    Function?
    innervation?
    • Pubis- in between the pubic tubercle and pubic symphysis
    • Femur-Linea aspera 
    • adduction and external rotation of the thigh
    • N. obturatorius
  10. Musculus Gracillis 
    Origin?
    Insertion? 
    Function?
    innervation?
    • Pubis- Ramus Pubicum inferior 
    • Tibia- Condylus mediale 
    • adduction, flexion and external rotation of the flexed thigh 
    • N. Obturatorius
  11. Musculus Adductor brevis 
    Origin?
    Insertion?
    Function?
    innervation?
    • Pubis- Ramus Pubicum inferior 
    • Femur- Linea Aspera 
    • adduction, Flexion and external rotation of the thigh
    • N. Obturatorius
  12. Musculus Adductor magnus 
    Origin?
    Insertion?
    Function?
    innervation?
    • Divided in two parts:
    • -Adductor Part 
    • O:Ramus Pubicum Inferior
    •  I:Femur- Linea aspera 
    • F: Adduction and flexion of the thigh 
    • N:N. Obturatorius

    • -Extensor Part:
    •  O:Ischium- Ramus and Ischial tuberosity 
    •  Femur- condylus mediale(Tuberculum adductorum)
    • F: Extension and internal rotation of the thigh
    • N: N. ischiadicum, N. Obturatorius
  13. Musculus obturatorius externus
    Origin?
    Insertion? 
    Function?
    innervation?
    • External surface of the Membranus Obturatorius, Bony margins of the Foramen Obturatum
    • Femur- fossa trochanterica 
    • external rotation of the thigh 
    • N. Obturatorius
  14. Muscles of thigh
    • Musculus Sartorius 
    • Musculus Quaddriceps
    • Musculus Pectineus 
    • Musculus adductor longus
    • Musculus gracilis 
    • musculus adductor brevis 
    • musculus adductor magnus 
    • musculus obturatorius externus 
    • Musculus bisceps femoris 
    • musculus semitendinosus 
    • musculus semimembranosus
  15. Musculus biceps femoris
    Origin?
    Insertion?
    Function?
    innervation?
    Division?
    • caput longum: Ischial tuberosity 
    • caput breve: femur linea aspera 

    • fibula- head of fibula 
    • Flexion ogf the leg, external rotation of the flexed leg, rotation of the thigh (caput long only)
    • Nervus ischiadicum; N. tibialis- Caput longum/ Caput breve- N. fibularis communis.
  16. Musculus semitendinosus 
    Origin?
    Insertion? 
    Function?
    innervation?
    • ischial tuberosity 
    • Tibia- condylus medialis (via the pes anserinus major)
    • flexion of the leg, internal rotation of the flexed leg extension and internal rotation of the thigh 
    • N. ischiadicum
  17. Musculus semimembranosus 
    Origin?
    Insertion? 
    Function?
    innervation?
    • Tuberositas Ischiadicum 
    • Tibia- condylus medialis(2 insertions)
    • Femur- Fossa intercondylaris  
    • flexion, internal rotation of the flexed leg,
    • extension and internal rotation of the thigh 
    • N.ischiadicum
  18. Anterior Muscles of the thigh?
    • M. Sartorius
    • M. Quadriceps Femoris
  19. Medial Group of the Thigh?
    • M. Pectineus 
    • M. adductor longus 
    • M. gracilis
    • M. adductor Brevis 
    • M. adductor magnus
    • M. obturatorius externus
  20. Posterior Group of the Thigh?
    • M. biceps femoris 
    • M. semitendinosus 
    • M. semimembranosus
  21. name of the 3 adductors and what they have in common.
    • M. adductor brevis
    • M. adductor magnus 
    • M. adductor longus

    • all muscles are adductors and flexors of the thigh
    • N: N. obturatorius
    • Origin: os pubis
    • Insertion: linea aspera
  22. origin and insertion of the adductor part of adductor magnus?
    • ramus ossis pubis inferior
    • femur linea aspera
  23. Origin and insertion of the extensor part of adductor magnus ?
    • Ramus ossis ischii/Tuber ischiadicum
    • femur- tuberculum adductorium
  24. innervation of the extensor of adductor magnus?
    N. ischiadicum and N. obturatorius

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