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For 2021 Midterm Practical

For 2021 Midterm Practical

For 2021 Midterm Practical. Study Guide for Models with Blood Vessels. Fibularis longus (=peroneus). Tibialis anterior. Anterior tibial artery. Fibula. Lateral malleolus (of fibula). Posterior tibial vein. Posterior tibial artery. Anterior tibial artery. Popliteus.

By dasha
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Hip Joint

Hip Joint

Hip Joint. Ball and socket joint of synovial type . Connects the pelvic girdle to the lower limb Made up of femoral head and acetabulum Designed for stability and wide range of movement Covered with a thin layer of hyaline cartilage.

By roddy
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Iliopsoas

Iliopsoas

Iliopsoas. Psoas major. Iliacus. Sartorius. Adductor magnus. Adductor longus. Adductor brevis. Pectineus. Gracilis. Rectus femoris. Vastus lateralis. Vastus medialis. Vastus intermedius. Tesnor fascia latae. Gluteus maximus. Gluteus medius. Gluteus minimus.

By neona
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Chapter 7: The Muscular System

Chapter 7: The Muscular System

Chapter 7: The Muscular System. Types of Muscle. Skeletal Striated actin/myosin org. voluntary Smooth nonstriated involuntary Cardiac (heart) s triated Involuntary (pacemaker cells). Skeletal muscle. Functions: Movement Posture/Position Soft tissue support Guard entry/exits

By jena
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Gross Anatomy of the Mucular System

Gross Anatomy of the Mucular System

Gross Anatomy of the Mucular System. Ex. 15. Classification of Skeletal Muscles. Types of Muscles Agonists (Prime Movers ) – muscles that are primarily responsible for producing a particular movement Antagonist – muscles that oppose or reverse a movement

By ledell
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The Knee: Anatomy and Injuries

The Knee: Anatomy and Injuries

The Knee: Anatomy and Injuries. 2 Joints at the Knee. Tibiofemoral Joint – formed between the femur (femoral condyles), and the tibial plateau Patellofemoral joint – formed between the patella and the femur. Bones of the Knee. Femur proximal – head and neck of femur, greater trochanter

By cicily
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The Muscles that Adduct the Femur at the Acetabulofemoral (Hip) Joint

The Muscles that Adduct the Femur at the Acetabulofemoral (Hip) Joint

The Muscles that Adduct the Femur at the Acetabulofemoral (Hip) Joint. Hip Adductors. There are five primary muscles that adduct the femur They all cross the hip joint The 5 muscles that adduct the femur at the hip joint from lateral to medial are: Pectineus Adductor Longus Gracilis

By liang
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Class #3

Class #3

Class #3. Pelvis. Supports the trunk and organs in the lower abdomen (pelvic cavity) Absorbs stress from lower limbs when moving (walking/jumping) Female pelvis is adapted for pregnancy and childbirth and is wider and lighter than male pelvis. Bones of the pelvis.

By oriel
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