Cat Muscles; Pink

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gunnarec
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Cat Muscles; Pink
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2010-11-23 01:41:51
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hind leg musclesAA
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  1. Achilles Tendon

    • Location: Hind leg
    • connects gastrocnemius to calcaneus bone
    • Other: connects to heel
  2. Adductor Femoris

    • Location: Hind leg, medial
    • Origin: Pubis
    • Insertion: Femur
    • Movement: Adduction of thigh
    • Other: short and fat, 2 parts but one muscle, below adductor longus
  3. Adductor Longus

    • Location: Hind leg, medial
    • Origin: Pubis
    • Insertion: femur
    • Movement: adduction of thigh
    • Other: long and skiny, in groin
  4. Extensor Digitorum Longus

    • Location: Lower hind limb
    • Origin: Tibia
    • Insertion: digits
    • Movement: extends toes, straightens them
    • Other: only digit in leg, front of shin
  5. Gastrocnemius

    • Location: Hind limb, lower leg
    • Origin: Femur (back)
    • Insertion: Calcaneus (heel)
    • Movement: Extensor of foot, plantar flexion
    • Other: Calf, upper traingular muscle, behind knee
  6. Sartorius

    • Location: Hind limb, upper and medial
    • Origin: Ilium
    • Insertion: Tibia
    • Movement: adducts the thigh
    • Other: above gracilis, innter thigh and up

  7. What is muscle number 2
    Gracilis

    • Location: Hind limb, upper and medial
    • Origin: pubis
    • Insertion: tibia
    • Movement: adducts thigh
    • Other: behind sartorius, innger thigh, thin and long
  8. Peroneus Longus

    • Location: lower hind limb
    • Origin: tibia and fibula
    • Insertion: metatarsals
    • Movement: extend foot, plantar flexion
    • Other: next to soleus``
  9. Soleus

    • Location: lower hind limb, on back
    • Origin: fibula
    • Insertion: calcanues (heel)
    • Movement: extensor of foot, plantar felxion
    • Other: calf, works with gastrocnemuius, lower shank in front

  10. Tibialis Anterior

    • Location: Lower hind leg
    • Origin: tibia
    • Insertion: metatarsal
    • Movement: flexes foot, dorsi flexion
    • Other: opposite gastrocnemius, on tibia, on tront
  11. Vastus Lateralis

    • Location: Medial, upper hind leg
    • Origin: feur
    • Insertion: tibia
    • Movement: extends knee, straighten
    • Other: opposite biceps femoris, top of thigh line
  12. Rectus Femoris

    • Location: upper hind leg
    • Origin: ilium
    • Insertion: tibia
    • Movement: extends knee, flex hip, kick leg
    • Other: along top of femur

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