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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. knee IR
  2. foot eversion
  3. Gracilis
  4. trunk flex
  5. Psoas Major
  1. a 1 Semitendinosus
    2 Semimembranosus
    3 Sartorius
    4 Gracilis
    5 Popliteus
  2. b Peroneus Brevis
    Peroneus Longus
    Peroneus Tertius

    Assist:
    Extensor Digitorum Longus
  3. c psoas major
    psoas minor
  4. d Obturator (L2-L3)

    hip adduction
    knee flexion
    medial rotation of knee
  5. e 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

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Femoral nerve (L2-L3)

    hip flexion
    flexes pelvis on femur
  2. long head: sciatic (tibial division, L5-S2)
    short head: sciatic (peroneal division L5-S2)

    Knee flexion
    Knee ER
    Hip EXT (long head only)

    Assists: hip ER (long head only)
  3. nerve to quadratus femoris off the lumbosacral plexus (L5-S1)

    hip ER
  4. biceps femoris
  5. gemellus inf., quadratus femoris,

5 True/False questions

  1. hip ext1 Biceps Femoris (long head)
    2 Semitendinosus
    3 Semimembranosus
    4 Gluteus Maximus
    Assist:
    Gluteus Medius (posterior fibers)
    Piriformis
    Adductor Magnus

          

  2. sciatic n. (peroneal)semimembranosus, semitendinosus, biceps femoris**

          

  3. flexes pelvis on femurnerve to quadratus femoris off the lumbosacral plexus (L5-S1)

    hip ER

    Assists: hip ABD when hip is flexed

          

  4. PIP ext toes 2-5Extensor Digitorum Longus

    Assist:
    Extensor Digitorum Brevis (toes 2-4)
    Plantar Interossei (toes 3-5)
    Lumbricales
    Dorsal Interossei (toes 2-4)

          

  5. Tensor Fascia Lataelumbar 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