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PELVIC BLOOD SUPPLY

PELVIC BLOOD SUPPLY

PELVIC BLOOD SUPPLY. Iliac Arteries. Common iliac: External iliac: Travels lateral to superior pubic ramus. Branches: Deep circumflex iliac artery. Inferior epigastric artery: Travels deep to inguinal ligament. Becomes femoral artery: Moore, Fig. 3.11.

By andrew
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Trigger Point Workshop

Trigger Point Workshop

Trigger Point Workshop. Phillip Snider, RD, DO Bon Secours Medical Associates Virginia Beach, VA. Common Complaints. Headaches Low Back Pain Tennis Elbow Post-surgical Neuropathic Pain Runners Glutes TFL Hamstring Gastroc / Soleus FDB. Treatments. OMT

By Mercy
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Chapter 10 Thoracic and Lumbar Spine

Chapter 10 Thoracic and Lumbar Spine

Chapter 10 Thoracic and Lumbar Spine. Cervical Spine- Lordotic, greatest ROM. Curves in the Spine. Thoracic Spine- Kyphotic, greatest protection of spinal cord at expense of ROM. Lumbar Spine- Lordotic, equal balance between protection and ROM. Characteristics of Vertebrae. Joints.

By gusty
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The Hip (Iliofemoral) Joint

The Hip (Iliofemoral) Joint

The Hip (Iliofemoral) Joint . Presented by: Heidi Jackie Kayla Paul. Surface Anatomy. Surface Anatomy. Surface Anatomy. Surface Anatomy. Right Hip Bone. Lateral View. Medial View. © Trail Guide to the Body by Books of Discovery .

By hana
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AGR. 376 - Meat Processing Technology

AGR. 376 - Meat Processing Technology

AGR. 376 - Meat Processing Technology. Beef Fabrication and Identification of Cuts Dr. Stanley F. Kelley Fall 2000. Rib Steak (contains the rib). Ribeye Steak (same except no rib). Rib. Longissimus dorsi. Marbling (intramuscular fat). Dorsal process (part of the thoracic vertebrae.

By zack
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The Hip Joint and Pelvic Girdle

The Hip Joint and Pelvic Girdle

The Hip Joint and Pelvic Girdle. Anatomy and Physiology of Human Movement 420:050. Objectives. Bones, bony landmarks and joints Muscles Movements. Hip Joint. Hip joint (femur and acetabulum of pelvis) Relatively stable due to: Bony architecture Strong ligaments

By kale
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10

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10. The Muscular System: Part D. Muscles Crossing Hip and Knee Joints. Most anterior muscles flex the femur at the hip and extend the leg at the knee (foreswing of walking) Most posterior muscles extend the thigh and flex the leg (backswing of walking) Medial muscles all adduct the thigh

By mai
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Gluteal region

Gluteal region

Gluteal region. Skin and fascia of the gluteal region. A) Skin of the Buttock (Gluteal region). 2-The upper lateral quadrant Supplied by Anterior primary rami of. 1-The upper medial quadrant Supplied by. Lateral cutaneous branch of iliohypogastric nerve. L1 L2 L3.

By martina
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Warm-up for Success

Warm-up for Success

Outline Stretching v. Warm-up Definition Purposes Effectiveness Recommendations Warm-up for Skating Stretching for Skating Type of Stretching When to Stretch What to Stretch. Warm-up for Success. A Figure Skaters Guide to Warming Up and Stretching.

By tia
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Thigh

Thigh

Thigh. Anatomy Of TheThigh. The thighs are composed of numerous muscles including the quadriceps (rectus femoris, rectus medialis, rectus lateralis, and rectus intermedialis). These muscles extend the knee and (rectus femoris only) help to flex the hip.

By jana
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Review of the Hip

Review of the Hip

Review of the Hip. Name the muscle and its actions. Biceps Femoris Actions? Extension of hip Lateral rotation of the hip. Name the muscles. 2. 1. Gluteus Maximus. Gluteus Medius. Name the muscle and its actions. Semimembranosus Actions? Extension of the hip

By dalton
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Weakness in the hip, what injuries does it cause?

Weakness in the hip, what injuries does it cause?

Samantha Trapp & James Conley. Weakness in the hip, what injuries does it cause?. Strengthening the Hip. Sport Specific Weak hips cause lower extremity injuries Cross country runners, especially women, get hip injuries Correct weak hip musculature. Hip. Muscles. Function of hip joint.

By taipa
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Ch. 19 Hip and Pelvis

Ch. 19 Hip and Pelvis

Ch. 19 Hip and Pelvis. Objectives. Explain the importance of the hip and pelvis as a support structure for the human body. Describe the skeletal structure of the hip and pelvis. List the primary muscles of the hip and pelvis. Describe common injuries associated with the hip and pelvis. .

By millie
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Metal-on-metal hips. “What’s to see on MRI?”

Metal-on-metal hips. “What’s to see on MRI?”

The following presentation was given at the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) in 2009. Metal-on-metal hips. “What’s to see on MRI?”. metalions@ucl.ac.uk. S. Sabah, A. Mitchell, J. A. Skinner, J. Henckel , J. Cobb, A. Hart. introduction.

By nash
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GLUTEAL REGION & BACK OF THIGH

GLUTEAL REGION & BACK OF THIGH

GLUTEAL REGION & BACK OF THIGH. OBJECTIVES. At the end of this lecture, the student should be able to identify : Contents of gluteal region : Groups of Glutei muscles and small muscles (Lateral Rotators). Nerves & vessels. Foramina : 1-Greater Sciatic Foramen.

By kellsie
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OA 1.13

OA 1.13

OA 1.13. Please have your binder out and ready for notes. Chapter 18 (pp 456-470). The Pelvis & Thigh. Objectives. Identify… The bones of the hip & thigh The ligaments of the hip & thigh The muscles of the hip & thigh Other structures. Skeletal anatomy. The pelvic girdle.

By kyria
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Muscles of the Human Body!

Muscles of the Human Body!

Muscles of the Human Body!. Muscles that Move the Thigh, Leg, Ankle, & Toes. Iliopsoas ( Iliacus and Psoas Major). Prime mover of thigh flexion or flexing trunk on thigh during a bow. Iliacus. Psoas Major. Sartorius.

By shawna
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The Muscular System

The Muscular System

The Muscular System. Muscles. Bones require muscles for locomotion Muscles move bone by contracting (shortening). Function of Muscles. Produce movement Maintain posture Stabilize joints Generate heat. The Muscular System.

By arvid
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Muscles of the Thigh Self Quiz

Muscles of the Thigh Self Quiz

Muscles of the Thigh Self Quiz. The answer will appear after 5 seconds, play the slideshow and it should loop continuously. Rectus Femoris. Vastus Medialis. Vastus Lateralis. Sartorius. Vastus Intermedius. Tensor Fascia Latae. Iliopsoas. Pectineus. Adductor Longus. Gracilis.

By elmer
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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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