Origin, Insertion And Action Quiz

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  • 1. 
    Origin of Sterncleidomastoid
    • A. 

      O=manubrium/acroimal end of clavicle

    • B. 

      O=maubrium/sternal end of clavive

    • C. 

      O=Sternum/acromial end of clavice

    • D. 

      O=sternum/sternal end of clavicle

    • E. 

      O=Sternum and rib 1

  • 2. 
    Insertion and action of Sternocleidomastoid
    • A. 

      I= Mastoid process A=Lateral flexion and flexes head/neck

    • B. 

      I= Mastoid process A= lateral flexion and extends head/neck

    • C. 

      I= Mastoid process A= Lateral flexion and turns head to same side

    • D. 

      I= Manubrium A= Lateral flexion and turns head to same side

    • E. 

      I= Manubrium A= Lateral flexion and flexes head/neck

  • 3. 
    Origin of Splenius Capitis
    • A. 

      O= Ligamentum flava

    • B. 

      O=Ligamentum Nuchae

    • C. 

      O= Transverse processes of T1-T4 and Articular processes of C4-C7

    • D. 

      O= Occipital bone

    • E. 

      O= Occipital bone and mastoid process

  • 4. 
    Insertion and action of Splenius Capitis
    • A. 

      I=Occipital Bone A= Turns head to same side and extends head/neck

    • B. 

      I= Mastoid process A= Turns head to same side and extends head/neck

    • C. 

      I= Occipital bone and mastoid process A= turns head to same side and extends head/neck

    • D. 

      I= Occipital bone and mastoid process A= turns head to same side and flexes head/neck

    • E. 

      I= Occipital bone and mastoid process A= Turns head to same side and lateral flexion

  • 5. 
    Origin of Longissimus Capitis
    • A. 

      O= Transverse processes from T1-T4

    • B. 

      O= Transverse processes from T1-T6

    • C. 

      O= Transverse processes from T1-T6 and articular processes from C4-C7

    • D. 

      O= Transverse processes from T1-T4 and articular process of C7

    • E. 

      O= Transverse processes from T1-T4 and articular processes from C4-C7

  • 6. 
    Insertion and action of Longissimus Capitis
    • A. 

      I= Occipital bone A= Turns head to same side and extends head/neck

    • B. 

      I=Occipital bone A= Turns head to same side and flexes head/neck

    • C. 

      I=Mastoid Process A= Turns head to same side and extends head/neck

    • D. 

      I=Mastoid process A= turns head to same side and flexes head/neck

    • E. 

      I= Occipital bone and mastoid process A= Turns head to same side and extends head/neck

  • 7. 
    Origin of Semispinalis Capitis
    • A. 

      Transverse processes of T1-T6 and articular process of C7

    • B. 

      Transverse processes of T1-T4 and articular processes of C4-C7

    • C. 

      Spinous processes of T1-T6 and articular processes of C7

    • D. 

      Spinous processes of T1-T4 and transverse processes of C4-C7

    • E. 

      Articular processes of C4-C7

  • 8. 
    Insertion and action of Semispinalis Capitis
    • A. 

      I=Mastoid Process A= Turns head to same side and extends head/neck

    • B. 

      I=Mastoid process A= turns head to same side and flexes head/neck

    • C. 

      I= Occipital bone and mastoid process A= Turns head to same side and extends head/neck

    • D. 

      I= Occipital bone A= Turns head to same side and extends head/neck

    • E. 

      I=Occipital bone A= Turns head to same side and flexes head/neck

  • 9. 
    Origin of the Diaphragm
    • A. 

      1.Superior internal surface of ribs 7-12 2. Xiphoid process 3. Inferior region of sternum 4. Costal cartilages of inferior 6 ribs (ribs 6-12) 5. Lumbar vertebrae

    • B. 

      1.Inferior external surface of ribs 7-12 2. Xiphoid process 3. Inferior region of sternum 4. Costal cartilages of inferior 6 ribs (ribs 6-12) 5. Lumbar vertebrae

    • C. 

      1.Inferior internal surface of ribs 7-12 2. Xiphoid process 3. Inferior region of sternum 4. Costal cartilages of inferior 6 ribs (ribs 6-12) 5. Lumbar vertebrae

    • D. 

      1. Inferior internal surface of ribs 7-12 2. Xiphoid process 3. Inferior region of sternum 4. Costal cartilages of inferior 4 ribs (ribs 8-12) 5. Lumbar vertebrae

    • E. 

      1. Inferior internal surface of ribs 7-12 2. Xiphoid process 3. Inferior region of sternum 4. Costal cartilages of inferior 6 ribs (ribs 6-12) 5. Lumbar fascia

  • 10. 
    Insertion and action of the Diaphragm
    • A. 

      I= Central tendon A= contraction causes expansion of diaphragm and it decreases pressure in the abdominopelvic cavity

    • B. 

      I= Central tendon A= contraction causes flattening of diaphragm and it decreases pressure in the abdominopelvic cavity

    • C. 

      I= ribs 3-5 A= contraction causes expansion of diaphragm and it decreases pressure in the abdominopelvic cavity

    • D. 

      I= Central tendon A= contraction causes flattening of diaphragm and it increases pressure in the abdominopelvic cavity

    • E. 

      None of the above

  • 11. 
    Origin, insertion and action of EXTERNAL intercostals
    • A. 

      O= Inferior boder of superior rib (rib 1) I= Superior border of inferior rib (rib 12) A= Depresses ribs on forces exhalation

    • B. 

      O= Inferior boder of superior rib (rib 1) I= Superior border of inferior rib (rib 12) A= elevates ribs

    • C. 

      O= Superior border of inferior rib (rib 12) I= Inferior border of superior rib (rib 1) A= Elevates ribs

    • D. 

      O= Superior border of inferior rib (rib 12) I= Inferior border of superior rib (rib 1) A= depresses ribs during forced exhalation

  • 12. 
    Origin, Insertion, and action on INTERNAL Intercostals
    • A. 

      O= Superior border of inferior rib (rib 12) I= Inferior border of superior rib (rib 1) A= Depresses ribs during forced exhalation

    • B. 

      O= Superior border of inferior rib (rib 12) I= Inferior border of superior rib (rib 1) A= Elevates ribs

    • C. 

      O= Inferior boder of superior rib (rib 1) I= Superior border of inferior rib (rib 12) A= Elevates ribs

    • D. 

      O= Inferior boder of superior rib (rib 1) I= Superior border of inferior rib (rib 12) A= Depresses ribs on forces exhalation

  • 13. 
    Origin or External Obliques
    • A. 

      External and inferior borders of Inferior 6 ribs (ribs 6-12)

    • B. 

      External and superior borders of inferior 6 ribs (ribs 6-12)

    • C. 

      Internal and inferior borders of inferior 8 ribs (ribs 4-12)

    • D. 

      Internal and superior borders of inferior 8 ribs (ribs 4-12)

    • E. 

      External and inferior borders of inferior 8 ribs (ribs 4-12)

  • 14. 
    Insertion and action of External Obliques
    • A. 

      I= Linea alba and some to pubic crest A= flexes vertebral column, compresses ab wall, and lateral flexion

    • B. 

      I=Linea alba and some to pubic crest A=flexes vertebral column and compresses ab wall

    • C. 

      I= Linea aspera and some to illiac crest A= flexes vertebral column, compresses ab wall, and lateral flexion

    • D. 

      I= Linea aspera and some to illiac crest A= flexes vertebral column and compresses ab wall

    • E. 

      I= Linea alba and some to illiac crest A= flexes vertebral column, compresses ab wall, and lateral flexion

  • 15. 
    Origin of Internal Obliques
    • A. 

      O= 1.Lumbar vertabrae 2. Inguinal ligament 3. illiac crest

    • B. 

      O= 1.Lumbar vertabrae 2. Inguinal ligament 3. pubic crest

    • C. 

      O= 1.Lumbar fascia 2. Inguinal ligament 3. illiac crest

    • D. 

      O= 1.Lumbar fascia 2. Central tendon 3. illiac crest

    • E. 

      O= 1.Lumbar fascia 2. Inguinal ligament 3. pubic crest

  • 16. 
    Insertion of Internal Obliques
    • A. 

      I= 1. Linea aspera 2. Pubic Crest 3. Inferior rib surfaces of last 4 ribs (8-12) 4. Costal cartilages of ribs 8-10

    • B. 

      I= 1. Linea aspera 2. Pubic Crest 3. Inferior rib surfaces of last 6 ribs (6-12) 4. Costal cartilages of ribs 8-10

    • C. 

      I= 1. Linea alba 2. Pubic Crest 3. Inferior rib surfaces of last 4 ribs (8-12) 4. Costal cartilages of ribs 8-10

    • D. 

      I= 1. Linea alba 2. Pubic Crest 3. Inferior rib surfaces of last 4 ribs (8-12) 4. Costal cartilages of ribs 6-12

    • E. 

      I= 1. Linea alba 2. Pubic Crest 3. Inferior rib surfaces of last 4 ribs (8-12) 4. Costal cartilages of ribs 8-10

  • 17. 
    Origin of Transverse abdominis
    • A. 

      O= 1. Lumbar Fascia 2. Inguinal ligament 3. Illiac crest 4. Cartilages of inferior 8 ribs (ribs 4-12)

    • B. 

      O= 1. Lumbar Fascia 2. Inguinal ligament 3. Illiac crest 4. Cartilages of inferior 6 ribs (ribs 6-12)

    • C. 

      O= 1. Lumbar Fascia 2. Inguinal ligament 3. pubic crest 4. Cartilages of inferior 6 ribs (ribs 6-12)

    • D. 

      O= 1. Lumbar vertebrae 2. Inguinal ligament 3. Illiac crest 4. Cartilages of inferior 6 ribs (ribs 6-12)

    • E. 

      O= 1. Lumbar vertebrae 2. Inguinal ligament 3. Illiac crest 4. Cartilages of inferior 8 ribs (ribs 4-12)

  • 18. 
    Insertion of transverse abdominis
    • A. 

      Linea alba

    • B. 

      Pubic crest

    • C. 

      Illiac crest

    • D. 

      Linea alba and pubic crest

    • E. 

      Linea albad and illiac crest

  • 19. 
    Origin and insertion of Rectus abdominis
    • A. 

      O= Superior surface of pubis near symphysis I= 1. Xiphoid process 2. Inferior surfaces of ribs 5-7

    • B. 

      O= Superior surface of pubis near symphysis I= 1. Xiphoid process 2. Inferior surfaces of ribs 6-12

    • C. 

      O= Superior surface of pubis near symphysis I= 1. Sternum 2. Inferior surfaces of ribs 5-7

    • D. 

      O= Inferior surface of pubis I= 1. Xiphoid process 2. Inferior surfaces of ribs 5-7

    • E. 

      O= Inferior surface of pubis I= 1. Sternum 2. Inferior surfaces of ribs 5-7

  • 20. 
    Origin of Pectoralis Minor
    • A. 

      Ribs 3-5

    • B. 

      Rib 1

    • C. 

      Rib 1-8, Anterior and superior margins

    • D. 

      Ribs 6-12

    • E. 

      Ribs 3-6

  • 21. 
    Insertion and action of Pectoralis Minor
    • A. 

      I= Coranoid process of scapula A= Protracts and depresses scapula

    • B. 

      I= Coracoid process of scapula A= retracts and depresses scapula

    • C. 

      I= Coracoid process of scapula A= Protracts and depresses scapula

    • D. 

      I= Coranoid process of scapula A= protracts and depresses scapula

    • E. 

      I= Coranoid process of scapula A= protracts and elevates scapula

  • 22. 
    Origin of Serratus Anterior
    • A. 

      O= Ribs 3-5

    • B. 

      O= Rib 1

    • C. 

      O= Ribs 1-8, anterior and superior margins

    • D. 

      O= Ribs 1-8, anterior and inferior margins

    • E. 

      O= Ribs 3-6

  • 23. 
    Insertion and action of Serratus Anterior
    • A. 

      I=Coracoid process of scapula A= Protraction or scapula, superiorly rotates scapula, and stabilizes scapula

    • B. 

      I= Coronoid process of scapula A= Protraction or scapula, superiorly rotates scapula, and stabilizes scapula

    • C. 

      I= Medial border of scapula, anterior surface A= Protraction or scapula, superiorly rotates scapula

    • D. 

      I= lateral border of scapula, anterior surface A= Protraction or scapula, stabilizes scapula

    • E. 

      I= Medial border of scapula, anterior surface A= Protraction or scapula, superiorly rotates scapula, and stabilizes scapula

  • 24. 
    Origin of Subclavius
    • A. 

      Ribs 3-4

    • B. 

      Ribs 1-8, anterior and superior margins

    • C. 

      Ribs 3-5

    • D. 

      Ribs 1-8

    • E. 

      Rib 1

  • 25. 
    Insertion and action of Subclavius
    • A. 

      I= Inferior surface of clavicle A= Depresses and superiorly rotates scapula

    • B. 

      I= Inferior surface of clavicle A= Depresses and stablilizes clavicle

    • C. 

      I= Inferior surface of clavicle A= Depresses and stablilizes scapula

    • D. 

      I= superior surface of clavicle A= Depresses and superiorly rotates scapula

    • E. 

      I= superior surface of clavicle A= Depresses and stabilizes clavicle

  • 26. 
    Origin of Levator Scapulae
    • A. 

      Transverse processes of C1-C4

    • B. 

      Spinous processes of C1-C4

    • C. 

      Transverse processes of C7-T1

    • D. 

      Spinouse processes of C7-T1

    • E. 

      Spinous processes of T2-T5

  • 27. 
    Insertion and action of Levator Scapulae
    • A. 

      I= superior part of medial border of scapula A= retracts, depresses, and superiorly rotates scapula

    • B. 

      I= inferior part of medial border of scapula A= protracts, elevates, and inferiorly rotates scapula

    • C. 

      I= superior part of medial border of scapula A= retracts, elevates, and superiorly rotates scapula

    • D. 

      I= inferior part of medial border of scapula A= retracts, elevates, and inferiorly rotates scapula

    • E. 

      I= superior part of medial border of scapula A= retracts, elevates, and inferiorly rotates scapula

  • 28. 
    Origin and insertion of Rhomboid Major
    • A. 

      O= Transverse processes T2-T5 I= Medial border of scapula from spine to inferior angle

    • B. 

      O= Spinous processes T2-T5 I= Medial border of scapula from spine to inferior angle

    • C. 

      O= Spinous processes T2-T5 I= Medial border of scapula from spine to superior angle

    • D. 

      O= Transverse processes T2-T5 I= Medial border of scapula from spine to superior angle

    • E. 

      O= Spinous processes C7-T1 I= Medial border of scapula from spine to inferior angle

  • 29. 
    Origin and insertion of Rhomboid Minor
    • A. 

      O= Spinous processes C7-T1 I= Medial border of scapula superior to spine

    • B. 

      O= Spinous processes C7-T1 I= Medial border of scapula Inferior to spine

    • C. 

      O= Spinous processes T2-T5 I= Medial border of scapula superior to spine

    • D. 

      O= Spinous processes T2-T5 I= Medial border of scapula inferior to spine

    • E. 

      O= Transverse processes C7-T1 I= Medial border of scapula superior to spine

  • 30. 
    Origin of Trapezius
    • A. 

      O= 1. Occipital bone (inferior nuchal line) 2. Ligamentum nuchae 3. Spinous processes of C7-T12

    • B. 

      O= 1. Occipital bone (inferior nuchal line) 2. Ligamentum flava 3. Spinous processes of C7-T12

    • C. 

      O= 1. Occipital bone (superior nuchal line) 2. Ligamentum nuchae 3. Spinous processes of C7-T12

    • D. 

      O= 1. Occipital bone (superior nuchal line) 2. Ligamentum flava 3. Spinous processes of C7-T12

    • E. 

      O= 1. Occipital bone (superior nuchal line) 2. Ligamentum nuchae 3. transverse processes of C7-T12

  • 31. 
    Insertion and Action of Trapezius
    • A. 

      I= 1. Clavicle 2. Coracoid process and spine of scapula A= Elevates, depresses, retracts, and superiorly rotates scapula

    • B. 

      I= 1. Clavicle 2. Acromion process and spine of scapula A= Elevates, retracts, and superiorly rotates scapula

    • C. 

      I= 1. Sternum 2. Acromion process and spine of scapula A= Elevates, depresses, retracts, and superiorly rotates scapula

    • D. 

      I= 1. Clavicle 2. Acromion process and spine of scapula A= depresses, retracts, and superiorly rotates scapula

    • E. 

      I= 1. Clavicle 2. Acromion process and spine of scapula A= Elevates, depresses, retracts, and superiorly rotates scapula

  • 32. 
    Origin of Latissimus Dorsi
    • A. 

      O= 1. Spinous processes of T7-T12 2. Ribs 8-12 3. Pubic crest 4. Thoracolumbar Fascia

    • B. 

      O= 1. Spinous processes of T7-T12 2. Ribs 8-12 3. illiac crest

    • C. 

      O= 1. Spinous processes of T7-T12 2. illiac crest 3. Thoracolumbar Fascia

    • D. 

      O= 1. Ribs 8-12 2. illiac crest 3. Thoracolumbar Fascia

    • E. 

      O= 1. Spinous processes of T7-T12 2. Ribs 8-12 3. illiac crest 4. Thoracolumbar Fascia

  • 33. 
    Insertion and action of Latissimus Dorsi 
    • A. 

      I= Greater tubercle and Intertubercular groove of humerus A=flexion of arm, adducts and medially rotates arm

    • B. 

      I= Greater tubercle of humerus A=flexion of arm, adducts and medially rotates arm

    • C. 

      I= Intertubercular groove of humerus A=Extentsion of arm, adducts and laterally rotates arm

    • D. 

      I=Intertubercular groove of humerus A=Extentsion of arm, abducts and medially rotates arm

    • E. 

      I= Intertubercular groove of humerus A=Extentsion of arm, adducts and medially rotates arm

  • 34. 
    Origin of Pectoralis Major
    • A. 

      O= 1. Medial Clavicle 2. Sternum 3. Costal cartilages of ribs 3-6

    • B. 

      O= 1. Medial Clavicle 2. Manubrium 3. Costal cartilages of ribs 2-6

    • C. 

      O= 1. Medial Clavicle 2. Sternum 3. Costal cartilages of ribs 2-6

    • D. 

      O= 1. Medial Clavicle 2. Sternum 3. Costal cartilages of ribs 1-6

    • E. 

      O= 1. Medial Clavicle 2. Manubrium 3. Costal cartilages of ribs 1-6

  • 35. 
    Insertion and action of Pectoralis Major
    • A. 

      O= I= Greater tubercle and intertubercular groove of humerus A= Flexion of arm, abducts, and medially rotates arm

    • B. 

      O= I= Greater tubercle and intertubercular groove of humerus A= Extension of arm, adducts, and laterally rotates arm

    • C. 

      O= I= lesser tubercle and intertubercular groove of humerus A= Flexion of arm, adducts, and medially rotates arm

    • D. 

      O= I= Greater tubercle and intertubercular groove of humerus A= Flexion of arm, adducts, and medially rotates arm

    • E. 

      O= I= Greater tubercle and intertubercular groove of humerus A= Flexion of arm, adducts, and laterally rotates arm

  • 36. 
    Origin of Deltoid
    • A. 

      O= 1.Sternal end of clavicle 2. Acromion process and spine of scapula

    • B. 

      O= 1.Acromial end of clavicle 2. Coracoid process and spine of scapula

    • C. 

      O= 1.Acromial end of clavicle 2. Acromion process and supraspinatus fossa of scapula

    • D. 

      O= 1.Acromial end of clavicle 2. Acromion process and spine of scapula

    • E. 

      O= 1. Sternal end of clavicle 2. Coracoid process and spine of scapula

  • 37. 
    Insertion and action of deltoid
    • A. 

      I= Radial tuberosity of humerus A= Flexes, extends, abducts, and medially and laterally rotates arm

    • B. 

      I= Deltoid tuberosity of humerus A= Flexes, abducts, and medially and laterally rotates arm

    • C. 

      I= Deltoid tuberosity of humerus A= Flexes, extends, abducts, and medially and laterally rotates arm

    • D. 

      I= Radial tuberosity of humerus A= Flexes, extends, adducts, and medially and laterally rotates arm

    • E. 

      I= Deltoid tuberosity of humerus A= Flexes, extends, adducts, and medially and laterally rotates arm

  • 38. 
    Origin, Insertion, and Action of coracobrachialis
    • A. 

      O= Coracoid process of scapula I= Middle medial shaft of humerus A= Abducts and flexes arm

    • B. 

      O= Coracoid process of scapula I= Middle medial shaft of humerus A= Adducts and flexes arm

    • C. 

      O= Coronoid process of scapula I= Middle medial shaft of humerus A= Adducts and extends arm

    • D. 

      O= Coracoid process of scapula I= Middle medial shaft of humerus A= Abducts and extends arm

    • E. 

      O= Infraglenoid tubercle of scapula I= Middle medial shaft of humerus A= Adducts and flexes arm

  • 39. 
    Origin of teres major
    • A. 

      O= inferior lateral border and inferior angle of scapula

    • B. 

      O= inferior medial border and inferior angle of scapula

    • C. 

      O= Superior lateral border and superior angle of scapula

    • D. 

      O= Superior medial border and inferior angle of scapula

    • E. 

      O= Superior medial border and superior angle of scapula

  • 40. 
    Insertion and action of Teres Major
    • A. 

      I= Greater tubercle and intertubercular groove of humerus A= Extends, adducts, and medially rotates arm

    • B. 

      I= Greater tubercle and intertubercular groove of humerus A= Flexes, abducts, and medially rotates arm

    • C. 

      I= Greater tubercle of humerus A= Extends, abducts, and laterally rotates arm

    • D. 

      I= Lesser tubercle and intertubercular groove of humerus A= Extends, adducts, and medially rotates arm

    • E. 

      I= Lesser tubercle and intertubercular groove of humerus A= Flexes, adducts, and laterally rotates arm

  • 41. 
    Origin of Triceps brachii
    • A. 

      Supraglenoid tubercle of scapula

    • B. 

      Infraglenoid tubercle of scapula

    • C. 

      Coracoid process of scapula

    • D. 

      Inferior lateral border and inferior angle of scapula

    • E. 

      1. acomial end of clavicle 2. acromion process and spine of scapula

  • 42. 
    Insertion and action of Triceps Brachii
    • A. 

      I=Olecranon process of radius A=Extends and adducts arm

    • B. 

      I=Olecranon process of ulna A=Flexes and adducts arm

    • C. 

      I=Olecranon process of radius A=Extends and abducts arm

    • D. 

      I=Olecranon process of ulna A= Extends and adducts arm

    • E. 

      I= Olecranon process of ulna A= Flexes and abducts arm

  • 43. 
    Origin, insertion and action of Subscapularis
    • A. 

      O=Subscapular fossa of scapula I=Lesser tubercle of humerus A=Medially rotates arm

    • B. 

      O=Subscapular fossa of scapula I=Greater tubercle of humerus A=Medially rotates arm

    • C. 

      O=Subscapular fossa of scapula I=Lesser tubercle of humerus A=laterally rotates arm

    • D. 

      O=Subscapular fossa of scapula I=Greater tubercle of humerus A=Laterally rotates arm

    • E. 

      O=Suprascapular fossa of scapula I=Lesser tubercle of humerus A=Medially rotates arm

  • 44. 
    Origin, Insertion, and Action of Supraspinatus
    • A. 

      O= Supraspinous fossa of scapula I= Greater tubercle of humerus A= Adducts arm

    • B. 

      O= Supraspinous fossa of scapula I= Greater tubercle of humerus A= Abducts arm

    • C. 

      O= Supraspinous fossa of scapula I= Lesser tubercle of humerus A= Abducts arm

    • D. 

      O= Supraspinous fossa of scapula I= lesser tubercle of humerus A= Adducts arm

    • E. 

      O= Infraspinous fossa of scapula I= Greater tubercle of humerus A= Abducts arm

  • 45. 
    Origin, Insertion, and Action of Infraspinatus
    • A. 

      O= Infraspinous fossa of scapula I= lesser tubercle of humerus A= Adducts and laterally rotates arm

    • B. 

      O= Infraspinous fossa of scapula I= Greater tubercle of humerus A= Abducts and laterally rotates arm

    • C. 

      O= Infraspinous fossa of scapula I= Lesser tubercle of humerus A= Adducts and medially rotates arm

    • D. 

      O= Infraspinous fossa of scapula I= Lesser tubercle of humerus A= Abducts and medially rotates arm

    • E. 

      O= Infraspinous fossa of scapula I= Greater tubercle of humerus A= Adducts and laterally rotates arm

  • 46. 
    Origin of Teres Minor
    • A. 

      O= Upper dorsal medial border of scapula

    • B. 

      O= Lower dorsal medial boder of scapula

    • C. 

      O= Upper dorsal lateral border of scapula

    • D. 

      O= Lower dorsal lateral border of scapula

    • E. 

      O= Upper dorsal lateral border and inferior angle of scapula

  • 47. 
    Insertion and action of Teres Minor
    • A. 

      I= Greater tubercle of humerus A= Abducts and medially rotates arm

    • B. 

      I= Greater tubercle of humerus A= Adducts and medially rotates arm

    • C. 

      I= Greater tubercle of humerus A= Adducts and laterally rotates arm

    • D. 

      I= Lesser tubercle of humerus A= Abducts and medially rotates arm

    • E. 

      I= Lesser tubercle of humerus A= adducts and laterally rotates arm

  • 48. 
    Origin of Biceps Brachii
    • A. 

      Long head: Supraglenoid tubercle of scapula Short head: Coranoid process of scapula

    • B. 

      Long head: Supraglenoid fossa of scapula Short head: Coracoid process of scapula

    • C. 

      Long head: Coracoid process of scapula Short head: Supraglenoid tubercle of scapula

    • D. 

      Long head: Supraglenoid tubercle of scapula Short head: Coracoid process of scapula

    • E. 

      Supraglenoid tubercle and coracoid process of scapula

  • 49. 
    Insertion and Action of Biceps Brachii
    • A. 

      I= 1. Radial tuberosity 2. Bicipital aponeurosis A= Extends elbow, supinates arm, and long head flexes arm

    • B. 

      I= 1. Ulnar tuberosity 2. Bicipital aponeurosis A= Flexes elbow, supinates arm, and long head flexes arm

    • C. 

      I= 1. Radial tuberosity 2. Biceps brachii aponeurosis A= Flexes elbow, supinates arm, and long head flexes arm

    • D. 

      I= 1. Radial tuberosity 2. Bicipital aponeurosis A= Flexes elbow, supinates arm, and long head flexes arm

    • E. 

      I= 1. Radial tuberosity 2. Bicipital aponeurosis A= Flexes elbow, pronates arm, and long head flexes arm

  • 50. 
    Origin and Insertion of Brachialis
    • A. 

      O=Distal Anterior surface of humerus I= Tuberosity and coronoid process of ulna

    • B. 

      O=Distal Anterior surface of humerus I= Tuberosity and coracoid process of ulna

    • C. 

      O=Proximal Anterior surface of humerus I= Tuberosity and coronoid process of ulna

    • D. 

      O=Distal Posterior surface of humerus I= Tuberosity and coronoid process of ulna

    • E. 

      O=Distal posterior surface of humerus I= Tuberosity and coracoid process of ulna

  • 51. 
    Origin and Insertion of Brachioradialis
    • A. 

      O= Medial supracondylar groove of humerus I= Styloid process of radius

    • B. 

      O= Lateral infracondylar groove of humerus I= Styloid process of radius

    • C. 

      O= Lateral supracondylar groove of humerus I= Styloid process of radius

    • D. 

      O= Lateral supracondylar groove of humerus I= coronoid process of radius

    • E. 

      O= medial infracondylar groove of humerus I= Styloid process of radius

  • 52. 
    Origin and Insertion of Pronator Quadratus
    • A. 

      O= Distal 1/2 ulna I= Distal 1/4 radius

    • B. 

      O= Distal 1/2 ulna I= Distal 1/2 radius

    • C. 

      O= Distal 1/2 radius I= Distal 1/2 ulna

    • D. 

      O= Distal 1/4 radius I= Distal 1/4 ulna

    • E. 

      O= Distal 1/4 ulna I= Distal 1/4 radius

  • 53. 
    Origin and Insertion of Pronator Teres
    • A. 

      O= 1. Medial epicondyle of humerus 2. Coronoid process of ulna I= medial surface of radius

    • B. 

      O= 1. Medial epicondyle of humerus 2. Coracoid process of ulna I= Lateral surface of radius

    • C. 

      O= 1. Medial epicondyle of humerus 2. Coronoid process of radius I= Lateral surface of ulna

    • D. 

      O= 1. Medial epicondyle of humerus 2. Coronoid process of ulna I= Lateral surface of radius

    • E. 

      O= 1. lateral epicondyle of humerus 2. Coronoid process of ulna I= Lateral surface of radius

  • 54. 
    Origin and Insertion of Supinator
    • A. 

      O= 1. lateral epicondyle of humerus 2. Coronoid process of ulna I= Anteromedial surface of radius, distal to radial tuberosity

    • B. 

      O= 1. lateral epicondyle of humerus 2. Coronoid process of ulna I= Anterolateral surface of radius, distal to radial tuberosity

    • C. 

      O= 1. lateral epicondyle of humerus 2. Coracoid process of ulna I= Anterolateral surface of radius, distal to radial tuberosity

    • D. 

      O= 1. lateral epicondyle of humerus 2. Coronoid process of radius I= Anterolateral surface of ulna, distal to ulnar notch

    • E. 

      O= 1. lateral epicondyle of humerus 2. Coronoid process of radius I= Anteromedial surface of ulna, distal to ulnar notch

  • 55. 
    Origin, Insertion, and Action of Flexor carpi radialis 
    • A. 

      O= Medial epicondyle of humerus I= Flexor retinaculum A= flexes wrist and abducts hand

    • B. 

      O= Medial epicondyle of humerus I= 1. Pisiform bones and hamate bones 2. Base of metacarpal 5 A= flexes wrist and abducts hand

    • C. 

      O= Medial epicondyle of humerus I= Base of metacarpals 2 and 3 A= flexes wrist and abducts hand

    • D. 

      O= Medial epicondyle of humerus I= 1. Pisiform bones and hamate bones 2. Base of metacarpal 5 A= Flexes wrist and adducts hand

    • E. 

      O= Medial epicondyle of humerus I= Base of metacarpals 2 and 3 A= flexes wrist and adducts hand

  • 56. 
    Origin, Insertion, and Action of Palmaris Longus
    • A. 

      O= Medial epicondyle of Humerus I= 1. Palmar aponeurosis 2. Flexor retinaculum A= Weak wrist flexor

    • B. 

      O= Medial epicondyle of humerus I= Base of metacarpal 2 and 3 A= Flexes wrist and abducts hand

    • C. 

      O= Medial epicondyle of humerus I= Pisiform and hamate bones A= weak wrist flexor

    • D. 

      O= Medial epicondyle of humerus I= 1.Pisiform and hamate bones 2.Base of metacarpal 5 A= flexes wrist and adducts hand

    • E. 

      O= 1.Medial epicondyle of humerus 2.Coronoid process of ulna I= Middle phalanges of fingers 2-5 A= Flexes wrist and flexes 2nd-5th MP joints, PIP joints, and DIP joints

  • 57. 
    Origin Insertion of Flexor Carpi Digitorum
    • A. 

      O= Medial epicondyle of humerus I= Base of metacarpal 2 and 3 A= Flexes wrist and abducts hand

    • B. 

      O= 1.Medial epicondyle of humerus 2.Coronoid process of ulna I= Middle phalanges of fingers 2-5 A= Flexes wrist and flexes 2nd-5th MP joints, PIP joints, and DIP joints

    • C. 

      O= medial epicondyle of humerus I= 1.Palmar aponeurosis 2.Flexor retinaculum A= weak wrist flexor

    • D. 

      O= 1.Anteromedial surface of ulna 2.Interosseous membrane I= Distal phalanges of fingers 2-5 A= Flexes wrist, flexes 2nd – 5th MP Joints, PIP joints, and DIP joints

    • E. 

      O= Medial epicondyle of humerus I= 1.Pisiform and hamate bones 2.Base of metacarpal 5 A= flexes wrist and adducts hand

  • 58. 
    Origin, Insertion, and acton of Flexor Digitorum Profundus
    • A. 

      O= Medial epicondyle of humerus I= Base of metacarpal 2 and 3 A= Flexes wrist and abducts hand

    • B. 

      O= 1.Medial epicondyle of humerus 2.Coronoid process of ulna I= Middle phalanges of fingers 2-5 A= Flexes wrist and flexes 2nd-5th MP joints, PIP joints, and DIP joints

    • C. 

      O= medial epicondyle of humerus I= 1.Palmar aponeurosis 2.Flexor retinaculum A= weak wrist flexor

    • D. 

      O= 1.Anteromedial surface of ulna 2.Interosseous membrane I= Distal phalanges of fingers 2-5 A= Flexes wrist, flexes 2nd – 5th MP Joints, PIP joints, and DIP joints

    • E. 

      O= Medial epicondyle of humerus I= 1.Pisiform and hamate bones 2.Base of metacarpal 5 A= flexes wrist and adducts hand

  • 59. 
    Origin Insertion and Action of Extensor Carpi Radialis Longus
    • A. 

      O= lateral epicondyle of humerus I= Distal and middle phalanges of fingers 2-5 A= extends wrist, extends 2nd to 5th MP Joints, PIP joints, DIP joints

    • B. 

      O= Lateral epicondyle of humerus I= Base of metacarpal 3 A= extends wrist and abducts hand

    • C. 

      O= 1.Lateral epicondyle of humerus 2.Posterior border of ulna I= Base of metacarpal 5 A= extends wrist and adducts hand

    • D. 

      O= lateral supracondylar ridge of humerus I= Base of metacarpal 2 A= extends wrist and abducts hand

    • E. 

      O= 1.Proximal dorsal surfaces of radius and ulna 2.Interosseous membrane I= Lateral edge of metacarpal 1 A= abducts thumb and weakly extends wrist

  • 60. 
    Origin, Insertion, and Action of Extensor Carpi Radialis Brevis
    • A. 

      O= lateral supracondylar ridge of humerus I= Base of metacarpal 2 A= extends wrist and abducts hand

    • B. 

      O= Lateral epicondyle of humerus I= Base of metacarpal 3 A= extends wrist and abducts hand

    • C. 

      O= 1.Lateral epicondyle of humerus 2.Posterior border of ulna I= Base of metacarpal 5 A= extends wrist and adducts hand

    • D. 

      O= 1.Proximal dorsal surfaces of radius and ulna 2.Interosseous membrane I= Lateral edge of metacarpal 1 A= abducts thumb and weakly extends wrist

    • E. 

      O= 1.Posterior surface of ulna 2.Interosseous membrane I= distal phalanx of thumb A= weakly extends wrist, extends MP and IP joints of thumb

  • 61. 
    Origin, Insertion, and Action of Extensor Digitorum
    • A. 

      O= lateral epicondyle of humerus I= Distal and middle phalanges of fingers 2-5 A= extends wrist, extends 2nd to 5th MP Joints, PIP joints, DIP joints

    • B. 

      O= lateral supracondylar ridge of humerus I= Base of metacarpal 2 A= extends wrist and abducts hand

    • C. 

      O= 1.Posterior surface of ulna 2.Interosseous membrane I= distal phalanx of thumb A= weakly extends wrist, extends MP and IP joints of thumb

    • D. 

      O= 1.Proximal dorsal surfaces of radius and ulna 2.Interosseous membrane I= Lateral edge of metacarpal 1 A= abducts thumb and weakly extends wrist

    • E. 

      O= Lateral epicondyle of humerus I= Base of metacarpal 3 A= extends wrist and abducts hand

  • 62. 
    Origin, Insertion and Action of Extensor Carpi Ulnaris
    • A. 

      O= Lateral epicondyle of humerus I= Base of metacarpal 3 A= extends wrist and abducts hand

    • B. 

      O= 1.Proximal dorsal surfaces of radius and ulna 2.Interosseous membrane I= Lateral edge of metacarpal 1 A= abducts thumb and weakly extends wrist

    • C. 

      O= 1.Posterior surface of ulna 2.Interosseous membrane I= distal phalanx of thumb A= weakly extends wrist, extends MP and IP joints of thumb

    • D. 

      O= lateral supracondylar ridge of humerus I= Base of metacarpal 2 A= extends wrist and abducts hand

    • E. 

      Extensor carpi Ulnaris O= 1.Lateral epicondyle of humerus 2.Posterior border of ulna I= Base of metacarpal 5 A= extends wrist and adducts hand

  • 63. 
    Origin, Insertion, and Action of Abductor Pollicus Longus
    • A. 

      O= 1.posterior surface of ulna 2.Interosseous membrane I= proximal phalanx of thumb A= weakly extends wrist, extends MP & IP Joints of thumb

    • B. 

      O= 1.Proximal dorsal surfaces of radius and ulna 2.Interosseous membrane I= Lateral edge of metacarpal 1 A= abducts thumb and weakly extends wrist

    • C. 

      O= 1.Posterior surface of radius 2.Interosseous membrane I= distal phalanx of thumb A= weakly extends wrist, extends MP and IP joints of thumb

    • D. 

      O= lateral supracondylar ridge of humerus I= Base of metacarpal 2 A= extends wrist and abducts hand

    • E. 

      O= Lateral epicondyle of humerus I= Base of metacarpal 3 A= extends wrist and abducts hand

  • 64. 
    Origin, Insertion, and Action of Extensor Pollicus Brevis
    • A. 

      O= 1.posterior surface of ulna 2.Interosseous membrane I= distal phalanx of thumb A= weakly extends wrist, extends MP & IP Joints of thumb

    • B. 

      O= 1.Proximal dorsal surfaces of radius and ulna 2.Interosseous membrane I= Lateral edge of metacarpal 1 A= abducts thumb and weakly extends wrist

    • C. 

      O= 1.Posterior surface of radius 2.Interosseous membrane I= proximal phalanx of thumb A= weakly extends wrist, extends MP and IP joints of thumb

    • D. 

      O= lateral supracondylar ridge of humerus I= Base of metacarpal 2 A= extends wrist and abducts hand

    • E. 

      O= Lateral epicondyle of humerus I= Base of metacarpal 3 A= extends wrist and abducts hand

  • 65. 
    Origin, Insertion, and Action of Extensor Pollicus Longus
    • A. 

      O= 1.posterior surface of ulna 2.Interosseous membrane I= distal phalanx of thumb A= weakly extends wrist, extends MP & IP Joints of thumb

    • B. 

      O= 1.Proximal dorsal surfaces of radius and ulna 2.Interosseous membrane I= Lateral edge of metacarpal 1 A= abducts thumb and weakly extends wrist

    • C. 

      O= 1.Posterior surface of radius 2.Interosseous membrane I= proximal phalanx of thumb A= weakly extends wrist, extends MP and IP joints of thumb

    • D. 

      O= lateral supracondylar ridge of humerus I= Base of metacarpal 2 A= extends wrist and abducts hand

    • E. 

      O= Lateral epicondyle of humerus I= Base of metacarpal 3 A= extends wrist and abducts hand

  • 66. 
    Origin, Insertion, and Action of Psoas Major
    • A. 

      O= Illiac fossa I= Lesser trochanter of femur with Psoas major A= Flexes and laterally rotates thigh

    • B. 

      O= Transverse processes from T12-L5 I= Lesser trochanter of femur with iliacus A= Flexes and laterally rotates thigh

    • C. 

      O= 1. iliac crest 2. lateral surface of ASIS I= IT Band A= Abducts and medially rotates thigh

    • D. 

      O= Transverse processes from T12-L5 I= Greater trochanter of femur with Psoas Major A= Flexes and laterally rotates thigh

    • E. 

      O= Transverse processes from T10-L5 I= Lesser trochanter of femur with iliacus A= Flexes and laterally rotates thigh

  • 67. 
    Origin, Insertion, and action of iliacus
    • A. 

      O= Illiac fossa I= Lesser trochanter of femur with Psoas major A= Flexes and laterally rotates thigh

    • B. 

      O= Transverse processes from T12-L5 I= Lesser trochanter of femur with iliacus A= Flexes and laterally rotates thigh

    • C. 

      O= 1. iliac crest 2. lateral surface of ASIS I= IT Band A= Abducts and medially rotates thigh

    • D. 

      O= Transverse processes from T12-L5 I= Greater trochanter of femur with Psoas Major A= Flexes and laterally rotates thigh

    • E. 

      O= Transverse processes from T10-L5 I= Lesser trochanter of femur with iliacus A= Flexes and laterally rotates thigh

  • 68. 
    Origin, Insertion and action of Tensor Fasciae Late
    • A. 

      O= Transverse processes from T10-L5 I= Lesser trochanter of femur with iliacus A= Flexes and abducts rotates thigh

    • B. 

      O= Transverse processes from T12-L5 I= Greater trochanter of femur with Psoas Major A= Abducts and laterally rotates thigh

    • C. 

      O= 1. iliac crest 2. lateral surface of ASIS I= IT Band A= Abducts and medially rotates thigh

    • D. 

      O= 1. iliac crest 2. lateral surface of ASIS I= IT Band A= Abducts and laterally rotates thigh

    • E. 

      O= Illiac fossa I= Lesser trochanter of femur with Psoas major A= Abducts and laterally rotates thigh

  • 69. 
    Origin, Insertion, and action of Gluteus Maximus  
    • A. 

      O= Posterior iliac crest, Lateral surface between posterior and anterior gluteal lines I= Greater trochanter of femur A= Abducts and medially rotates thigh

    • B. 

      O= 1. iliac crest 2. Saccrum 3. Coccyx I= 1. IT tract of fascia late 2. Linea alba of femur A= Extends thigh and laterally rotates thigh

    • C. 

      O= Lateral surface of ilium between inferior and anterior gluteal lines I= Greater trochanter of femur A= Abducts and medially rotates thigh

    • D. 

      1. iliac crest 2. Saccrum 3. Coccyx I= 1. IT Band 2. Linea aspera of femur A= flexes thigh and laterally rotates thigh

    • E. 

      O= 1. iliac crest 2. Saccrum 3. Coccyx I= 1. IT tract of fascia late 2. Linea aspera of femur A= Extends thigh and laterally rotates thigh

  • 70. 
    Origin, Insertion, and action of Gluteus Medius
    • A. 

      O= Posterior iliac crest, Lateral surface between posterior and anterior gluteal lines I= Greater trochanter of femur A= Abducts and medially rotates thigh

    • B. 

      O= Lateral surface of ilium between inferior and anterior gluteal lines I= Greater trochanter of femur A= Abducts and medially rotates thigh

    • C. 

      O= Posterior iliac crest, medial surface between posterior and anterior gluteal lines I= Greater trochanter of femur A= Adducts and medially rotates thigh

    • D. 

      O= Lateral surface of ilium between superior and anterior gluteal lines I= Greater trochanter of femur A= Abducts and medially rotates thigh

    • E. 

      O= 1. iliac crest 2. Saccrum 3. Coccyx I= 1. IT tract of fascia late 2. Linea aspera of femur A= Extends thigh and laterally rotates thigh

  • 71. 
    Origin, Insertion, and Action of Gluteus Minimus
    • A. 

      O= Posterior iliac crest, Lateral surface between posterior and anterior gluteal lines I= Greater trochanter of femur A= Abducts and medially rotates thigh

    • B. 

      O= Lateral surface of ilium between inferior and anterior gluteal lines I= Greater trochanter of femur A= Abducts and medially rotates thigh

    • C. 

      O= Posterior iliac crest, medial surface between posterior and anterior gluteal lines I= Greater trochanter of femur A= Adducts and medially rotates thigh

    • D. 

      O= Lateral surface of ilium between superior and anterior gluteal lines I= Greater trochanter of femur A= Abducts and medially rotates thigh

    • E. 

      O= 1. iliac crest 2. Saccrum 3. Coccyx I= 1. IT tract of fascia late 2. Linea aspera of femur A= Extends thigh and laterally rotates thigh

  • 72. 
    Origin, Insertion, and Action of Adductor Longus
    • A. 

      O= Pectineal line of pubis I= Pectineal line of femur A= Adducts and flexes thigh

    • B. 

      O= Inferior ramus and body of pubis I= Upper medial surface of tiba A= Adducts and flexes thigh

    • C. 

      O= Inferior ramus and body of pubis I= Upper 1/3 of linea aspera A= Adducts thigh

    • D. 

      O= Pubis, near pubis symphysis I= Linea aspera A= Adducts and flexes thigh

    • E. 

      O= 1. Inferior ramus of pubis 2. Ischial tuberosity I= 1. Linea aspera 2. Adductor tubercle of femur A= Adducts thigh-Adductor part flexes thigh & hamstring part extends and laterally rotates thigh

  • 73. 
    Origin, Insertion, and Action of Adductor Brevis
    • A. 

      O= Pectineal line of pubis I= Pectineal line of femur A= Adducts and flexes thigh

    • B. 

      O= Inferior ramus and body of pubis I= Upper medial surface of tiba A= Adducts and flexes thigh

    • C. 

      O= Inferior ramus and body of pubis I= Upper 1/3 of linea aspera A= Adducts thigh

    • D. 

      O= Pubis, near pubis symphysis I= Linea aspera A= Adducts and flexes thigh

    • E. 

      O= 1. Inferior ramus of pubis 2. Ischial tuberosity I= 1. Linea aspera 2. Adductor tubercle of femur A= Adducts thigh-Adductor part flexes thigh & hamstring part extends and laterally rotates thigh

  • 74. 
    Origin, Insertion, and Action of Gracilis
    • A. 

      O= 1. Inferior ramus of pubis 2. Ischial tuberosity I= 1. Linea aspera 2. Adductor tubercle of femur A= Adducts thigh-Adductor part flexes thigh & hamstring part extends and laterally rotates thigh

    • B. 

      O= Inferior ramus and body of pubis I= Upper 1/3 of linea aspera A= Adducts thigh

    • C. 

      O= Pubis, near pubis symphysis I= Linea aspera A= Adducts and flexes thigh

    • D. 

      O= Inferior ramus and body of pubis I= Upper medial surface of tiba A= Adducts and flexes thigh

    • E. 

      O= Pectineal line of pubis I= Pectineal line of femur A= Adducts and flexes thigh

  • 75. 
    Origin, Insertion, and Action of Pectineus
    • A. 

      O= Inferior ramus and body of pubis I= Upper medial surface of tiba A= Adducts and flexes thigh

    • B. 

      O= Pubis, near pubis symphysis I= Linea aspera A= Adducts and flexes thigh

    • C. 

      O= Pectineal line of pubis I= Pectineal line of femur A= Adducts and flexes thigh

    • D. 

      O= Inferior ramus and body of pubis I= Upper 1/3 of linea aspera A= Adducts thigh

    • E. 

      O= 1. Inferior ramus of pubis 2. Ischial tuberosity I= 1. Linea aspera 2. Adductor tubercle of femur A= Adducts thigh-Adductor part flexes thigh & hamstring part extends and laterally rotates thigh

  • 76. 
    Origin, Insertion, and Action of Adductor Magnus
    • A. 

      O= 1. Inferior ramus of pubis 2. Ischial tuberosity I= 1. Linea aspera 2. Adductor tubercle of femur A= Adducts thigh-Adductor part flexes thigh & hamstring part extends and laterally rotates thigh

    • B. 

      O= 1. Inferior ramus of pubis 2. Ischial tuberosity I= 1. Linea aspera 2. Adductor tubercle of femur A= Adducts thigh-Adductor part flexes thigh & hamstring part extends and medially rotates thigh

    • C. 

      O= 1. Inferior ramus of pubis 2. Ischial tuberosity I= 1. Linea alba 2. Abductor tubercle of femur A= Adducts thigh-Adductor part flexes thigh & hamstring part extends and laterally rotates thigh

    • D. 

      O= 1. Inferior ramus of pubis 2. Ischial tuberosity I= 1. Linea aspera 2. Adductor tubercle of femur A= Adducts thigh-Adductor part extends thigh & hamstring part flexes and laterally rotates thigh

    • E. 

      O= 1. Inferior ramus of pubis 2. Ischial tuberosity I= 1. Linea aspera 2. Adductor tubercle of femur A= Adducts thigh-Adductor part flexes thigh & hamstring part extends and medially rotates thigh

  • 77. 
    Origin, Insertion, and Action of Sartorius 
    • A. 

      O= AIIS I= Tibial tuberosity (medial side) A= 1. Flexes and laterally rotates thigh 2. Flexes and medially rotates leg

    • B. 

      O= ASIS I= Tibial tuberosity (medial side) A= 1. Flexes and laterally rotates thigh 2. Flexes and medially rotates leg

    • C. 

      O= AIIS I= Tibial tuberosity (Lateral side) A= 1. Flexes and laterally rotates thigh 2. Flexes and medially rotates leg

    • D. 

      O= ASIS I= Tibial tuberosity (medial side) A= 1. Flexes and medially rotates thigh 2. Flexes and laterally rotates leg

    • E. 

      O= ASIS I= Tibial tuberosity (medial side) A= 1. Extends and laterally rotates thigh 2. Extends and laterally rotates leg

  • 78. 
    Origin, Insertion and Action of Rectus Femoris
    • A. 

      O= AIIS I= 1. Patellar ligament to patella 2. Quad tendon to tibial tuberosity A= Flexes thigh and extends leg

    • B. 

      O= AIIS I= 1. Quad tendon to patella 2. Patellar ligament to tibial tuberosity A= Extends thigh and flexes leg

    • C. 

      O= ASIS I= 1. Quad tendon to patella 2. Patellar ligament to tibial tuberosity A= Flexes thigh and extends leg

    • D. 

      O= AIIS I= 1. Quad tendon to patella 2. Patellar ligament to tibial tuberosity A= Flexes thigh and extends leg

    • E. 

      O= AIIS I= 1. Quad ligament to patella 2. Patellar tendon to tibial tuberosity A= Flexes thigh and extends leg

  • 79. 
    Origin, Insertion, and Action of Vastus Lateralis
    • A. 

      O= 1. Greater trochanter 2. Linea aspera I= 1. Quad tendon to patella 2. Patellar ligament to tibial tuberosity A= Extends leg

    • B. 

      O= Anterolateral surface of femur I= 1. Quad tendon to patella 2. Patellar ligament to tibial tuberosity A= extends leg

    • C. 

      O= 1. Intertrochanteric line 2. linea aspera I= 1. Quad tendon to patella 2. Patellar ligament to tibial tuberosity A= Extends leg

    • D. 

      O= AIIS I= 1. Quad tendon to patella 2. Patellar ligament to tibial tuberosity A= Flexes thigh and extends leg

    • E. 

      O= ASIS I= 1. Quad tendon to patella 2. Patellar ligament to tibial tuberosity A= Flexes thigh and extends leg

  • 80. 
    Origin, Insertion, and Action of Vastus Medialis
    • A. 

      O= AIIS I= 1. Quad tendon to patella 2. Patellar ligament to tibial tuberosity A= Flexes thigh and extends leg

    • B. 

      O= ASIS I= 1. Quad tendon to patella 2. Patellar ligament to tibial tuberosity A= Flexes thigh and extends leg

    • C. 

      O= 1. Greater trochanter 2. Linea aspera I= 1. Quad tendon to patella 2. Patellar ligament to tibial tuberosity A= Extends leg

    • D. 

      Vastus Intermedius O= Anterolateral surface of femur I= 1. Quad tendon to patella 2. Patellar ligament to tibial tuberosity A= extends leg

    • E. 

      O= 1. Intertrochanteric line 2. linea aspera I= 1. Quad tendon to patella 2. Patellar ligament to tibial tuberosity A= Extends leg

  • 81. 
    Origin, Insertion, and Action of Vastus Intermedius
    • A. 

      O= 1. Intertrochanteric line 2. linea aspera I= 1. Quad tendon to patella 2. Patellar ligament to tibial tuberosity A= Extends leg

    • B. 

      O= 1. Greater trochanter 2. Linea aspera I= 1. Quad tendon to patella 2. Patellar ligament to tibial tuberosity A= Extends leg

    • C. 

      O= Anterolateral surface of femur I= 1. Quad tendon to patella 2. Patellar ligament to tibial tuberosity A= extends leg

    • D. 

      O= AIIS I= 1. Quad tendon to patella 2. Patellar ligament to tibial tuberosity A= Flexes thigh and extends leg