Muscle Attachments 2

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  1. What are the movements of the ankle joint? (2)
    Planter and Dorsiflexion
  2. What movements are possible at the subtalar and transverse (mid) tarsal joint? (2)
    Inversion and Eversion
  3. Muscels that evert the foot? (3)
    PB. PL. PT.
  4. Mucsels involved in inversion of the foot ? (2)
    TP. TA
  5. Muscles that planter Flex the Ankle Joint? (8)
    Gastro. Sole. Plntris. Peron L. Peron B. TP. FDL. FHL.
  6. Muscles that dorsiflex the ankle? (4)
    • TA. EDL.
    • EHL. Peroneus tertius
  7. Tibials Anterior.
    Origin: (2)
    Insertion:(2)
    Action: (1)
    Nerve: (1)
    • Origin:
    • Lat surface of tibia
    • Interosseous membrane.
    • Insertion:
    • Med cuneiform.
    • Base of 1st metarsal
    • Action:
    • Dorsiflex ankle
    • Nerve:
    • Deep Peroneal (L4+L5)
  8. Exstensor Hallucis Longus
    Origin: (2)
    Insertions: (1)
    Action: (2)
    Nerve: (1)
    • Origin:
    • Med. Ant surface of fibula
    • adj. to interosseous membrane
    • Insertion:
    • Base of distal phalanx on dorsal surface of hallucis.
    • Action:
    • Dorsiflex foot at ankle.
    • Extend prox. Phalanx of G.T at Met.Phal. joint
    • Nerve:
    • Deep Peroneal (L5+S1)
  9. Extensor Digitorum Longus.
    Origin:(3)
    Insertion: (1)
    Action: (3)
    Nerve: (1)
    • Origin:
    • Up 2/3rd of Ant. Surface of fibula.
    • Lat. Condyle of tibia
    • Interosseous membrane
    • Insertion:
    • Med. Dist. Phalanges of toes 2-5
    • Action:
    • Dorsiflex foot at ankle.
    • Extends Dist. Med. Phalanges of toes at int.Phalangl joints
    • prox. Phalanx of toes at Met.Phal joints
    • Nerve:
    • Deep Peroneal
    • (L5+S1)
  10. Peroneus Brevis
    Origin: (1)
    Insertion: (1)
    Action: (2)
    Nerve: (1)
    • Origin:
    • Lower 2/3rd of fibula
    • Insertion:
    • Tubercle on Lat side of base 5th Metarls
    • Action:
    • Planter flex foot at ankle.
    • Everts foot at intertarsal joints
    • Nerve:
    • Sup. Peroneal nerve (L5+S1)
  11. Peroneus Longus
    Origin: (2)
    Insertion: (2)
    Action: (2)
    Nerve: (1)
    • Origin:
    • Lat. Condyle of tibia
    • Upp. 2/3rd Lat surface of fibula.
    • Insertion
    • Planter Lat. Surface Med. Cuneiform .
    • Base of 1st metarasal
    • Action:
    • Planterflex foot at ankle joint.
    • Everts foot at intertarsal joints
    • Nerve:
    • Sup.Peroneal nerve (L5+S1)
  12. Gastrocnemius
    Origin:
    Insertion:
    Action:
    Nerve:
    • Origin:
    • Med. and Lat. condyles of femur
    • Insertion:
    • Med. Post. Surface of Calcaneus. (Achilles tendon)
    • Action:
    • Planterflex foot at ankle.
    • Flex leg at knee
    • Nerve:
    • Tibial nerve (S1 + S2)
  13. Soleus
    Origin: (2)
    Insertion: (1)
    Action: (1)
    Nerve: (1)
    • Origin:
    • Head of fibula
    • Med. border of tibia
    • Insertion:
    • Med. Post. Surface of Calcaneus (Achilles tendon)
    • Action:
    • Planterflex foot at ankle
    • Nerve:
    • Tibial nerve (S1+S2)
  14. Plantaris:
    Origin: (1)
    Insertion: (1)
    Action: (2)
    Nerve: (1)
    • Origin:
    • Lat. Sup. condylar ridge
    • Insertion:
    • Med. Post. surface of calcaneus (Achilles tendon)
    • Action:
    • Weak Planterflex foot at ankle.
    • Weak Flex leg at knee
    • Nerve:
    • Tibial nerve (S1+S2)
  15. Tibialis Posterior
    Origin:(3)
    Insertion: (4)
    Action: (2)
    Nerve: (1)
    • Origin:
    • Lat. Aspect of Post. Surface of tibia.
    • Post. Surface of Fibia
    • Interosseous membrane
    • Insertion:
    • Tubercal on Med. Aspect of Navicular.
    • Planter surface of Med. Cuneiform.
    • Cuboid.
    • 2,3,4 M.Tls
    • Action:
    • Planterflex foot at ankle joint.
    • Inverts foot at intertarsal joint
    • Nerve:
    • Tibial nerve ( L4+L5)
  16. Flexor Digitorum Longus
    Origin:(1)
    Insertion: (1)
    Action: (3)
    Nerve: (1)
    • Origin:
    • Med.Post. Surface of tibia
    • Insertion:
    • Planter surface of base of distal phalanx of toes 2-5
    • Action:
    • Planterflexs foot at ankle.
    • Flex. Lat. 4 toes at interphalangeal joints
    • Prox. Phalanx at metrsl.Phalageal joint
    • Nerve:
    • Tibial Nerve (L5+S1+S2)
  17. Flexor Hallucis Longus:
    Origin: (1)
    Insertion: (1)
    Action: (3)
    Nerve: (1)
    • Origin:
    • Lower 2/3rds Post. Surface of fibula
    • Insertion:
    • Planter surface of base of distal phalanx hallucis
    • Action:
    • Platerflex foot at ankle joint.
    • Flexes Dist. Phanlanx of great toe at interphalangeal
    • joints.
    • Prox. Phalanx of great toe at metatarsophalangeal joints
    • Nerve:
    • Tibial nerve (S1+S2)
  18. Rectus Abdominis:
    Origin: (1)
    Insertion: (2)
    Action: (5)
    Nerve:(1)
    • Origin:
    • Pubic crest and pubic symphasis
    • Insertion:
    • Ant. Surface of Xiphoid process.
    • costal cartilages of 5th,6th,7th rib
    • Action:
    • Flex Vertebral column.
    • Lumber portion compress abdomen to:
    • -defecate
    • - urinate
    • - force exhalation
    • -childbirth
    • Nerve:
    • Thoracic spinal nerve (T6/7-T12)
  19. External Oblique:
    Origin: (1)
    Insertion: (2)
    Action:(4)
    Nerve:(2)
    • Origin:
    • Ribs 5-12
    • Insertion:
    • Out.2/3rds Illiac crest
    • Linea Alba
    • Action:
    • Bilaterally
    • compresses abdomen,
    • flexes vertebral column.

    • Unilaterally
    • Lat flex V. Colmn.
    • Esp. lumber Colnm.
    • Nerve:
    • Thoracic Spinal Nerve (T7-T12)
    • Iliohypogastric nerve
  20. Internal Oblique
    Origin: (3)
    Insertion: (2)
    Action:(5)
    Nerve:(3)
    • Origin:
    • Lat. 2/3rd inguinal Lig.
    • Ant 2/3rds of intermediate line of illiac crest.
    • Thoracolumbar fascia
    • Insertion:
    • Linea alba
    • cartilage of of ribs 7-12
    • Action:
    • Acting together:
    • - Compress abdomen
    • - Flex V. Colnm.
    • Acting Singly:
    • - Lat. Flex V.Colnm.
    • - Esp. Lumbar portion
    • - Rot. V.Colnm
    • Nerve:
    • Thoracic Spinal Nerve (T8-T12)
    • Iliohypogastric nerve
    • Ilioinguinal Nerve

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