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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. Gluteus Maximus
  2. Obturator Internus
  3. Quadratus Femoris
  4. Psoas Major
  5. hip ADD
  1. a nerve to quadratus femoris off the lumbosacral plexus (L5-S1)

    hip ER
  2. b Inferior gluteal (L5-S2)

    Hip ext
    Hip ER

    Assists: lower fibers: hip ADD, upper fibers: hip ABD
  3. c lumbar plexus ventral rami L2-4

    hip flexion (origin fixed)
    trunk flexion (insertion fixed--as in a sit-up)

    Assists: lateral trunk flexion (unilateral action), may assist hip ER and ABD

    Note: with insertion fixed, tightness contributes to increased lordosis
  4. d 1 Pectineus
    2 Gracilis
    3 Adductor Magnus
    4 Adductor Longus
    5 Adductor Brevis

    Assist:
    Gluteus Maximus (lower fibers)
    Obturator Externus
  5. e nerve to obturator internus off the lumbosacral plexus L5-s1

    hip er

    Assists: hip ABD when hip is flexed

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. nerve to quadratus femoris off the lumbosacral plexus (L5-S1)

    hip ER

    Assists: hip ABD when hip is flexed
  2. psoas major
  3. Articularis Genus
  4. 1 glut minimus
    2 tensor fascia latae

    Assist:
    glut max (upper fibers)
    sartorius
    Psoas Major
    Piriformis (when hip is flexed)
    Obturator Internus (when hip is flexed)
    Gemellus Superior (when hip is flexed)
    Gemellus Inferior (when hip is flexed)
  5. Sciatic (tibial division) L5-S2

    knee flex
    knee IR
    hip ext

    Assists: hip IR

5 True/False questions

  1. femoral n.1 pectineus*
    2 sartorius
    3 iliacus
    4 vastus medialis
    5 vastus intermedius
    6 vastus lateralis
    7 rectus femoris

          

  2. Adductor MagnusObturator (L2-L4)

    hip adduction
    hip flexion

          

  3. PIP flex toes 2-5Flexor Digitorum Longus
    Flexor Digitorum Brevis

          

  4. sciatic n. (peroneal)biceps femoris**

          

  5. GracilisFemoral nerve (L2-L3)

    hip flexion
    flexes pelvis on femur