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Muscle movements

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winniesmith2's version from 2018-05-31 21:30

Section 1

Question Answer
Ilio psoaship flexor
rectus femoris hip flexor and knee extensor - spans hip and knee joint
tensor fascia lataehip flexor, contributes to inversion
sartorius hip flexor, knee flexor
gluteus maxmiuship extension
bicep femoriship extension-spans hip joint and knee flexor, external rotation of knee when flexed
semi tendinosus hip extension and contributes to internal rotation, knee flexor, internal rotation of knee when flexed
semi membranous hip extension and contributes to internal rotation, knee flexor, internal rotation of knee when flexed
adductor brevis hip adduction, o-pubis i-femur
adductor longuship adduction o-pubis i-femur
adductor magnus hip adduction o-pubis i-femur
pectineus hip adduction o-pubis -femur
gracilis hip adduction o-pubis -tibia, knee flexor
gluteus mediuship abductor and contributes to internal rotation
gluteus minimuship abductor and contribute to internal rotation
piriformisexternal rotator. o- sacrum i-greater trochanter of femur
superior gemellusexternal rotator o-ishium, i- greater trochanter of femur
inferior gemellusexternal rotator o- ishium i- greater trochanter of femur
quadratus femorisexternal rotator o-ishium i- greater trochanter of femur
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Section 2

Question Answer
gastrocnemiusplanterflexion of ankle, knee flexion
soleus ankle planterflexion
tibialis posteriorplantar flexion of ankle and inversion
flexor digitorum longusankle plantarflexion and inversion
flexor hallucis longusankle plantarflexion and inversion
extensor digitorum longus dorsiflexion of ankle
extensor hallucis longus dorsiflexion of ankle
tibialis anteriordorsiflexion of ankle
peroneus longusevert ankle
peroneus brevisevert ankle
vastus lateralis knee extensor
vastus medialisknee extensor
vastus intermedialis knee extensor
popliteusknee flexor
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Section 3

Question Answer
Rectus abdominislumbar flexion
external obliques both sides- lumbar flexion. lateral flexion to same side and lumbar rotation to opposite side
internal obliques both sides- lumbar flexion. lateral flexion to same side and lumbar rotation to the same side
quadratus lumborumlateral flexion to the same side. also responsible for core stablisation /stabilisation of pelvis and lumbar spine
spinaliserector spinae group, extension of lumbar spine
longissiumus erector spinae group, extension of lumbar spine
iliocostaliserector spinae group, extension of lumbar spine.
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Section 4

Question Answer
Rhomboidsadduction, downward rotation and some elevation of shoulder girdle.
Levator scapulaeelevation, some downward rotation, some adduction or shoulder girdle.
Trapezius Adduction (all) Elevation (U), Upward rotation and depression (lower traps)
Pectoralis minorabduction, depression and downward rotation
Serratus anteriorAbduction, upward rotation
Pectoralis major adduction, horizontal adduction, internal rotation of shoulder
Latissimus dorsiadduction, horizontal abduction, internal rotation, extension of shoulder
Teres majoradduction, horizontal abduction, internal rotation, extension of shoulder
Triceps brachii LH- adduction of shoulder, extension, horizontal abduction. Elbow extension
Deltoidall parts- abduction. External rotation (p), horizontal abduction (p), extension (p), flexion (a)
Biceps brachiiweak shoulder flexor. elbow flexion.
Subscapularisinternal rotator of shoulder
Supraspinatusexternal rotation of shoulder
infraspinatusexternal rotation of shoulder
teres minorexternal rotation of shoulder.
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Section 5

Question Answer
Brachialisflex the elbow
brachioradialisflex the elbow, assist with pronation and supination
coracobrachialisflex the shoulder and adduct the shoulder
anconeusextend the elbow
obturator internuslaterally rotate the hip
memorize