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Gluteus maximus m.

Inferior gluteal n.

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Gluteus medius m.

Superior gluteal n.

3

Gluteus minimus m.

Superior gluteal n.

4

Inferior gamellus m.

Nerve to quadratus femoris

5

Piriformis m.

Nerve to piriformis

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Obturator internus m.

N. to obturator internus

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Quadratus femoris m.

Nerve to quadratus femoris

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Superior gamellus m.

Nerve to obturator internus

9

Tensor fasciae latae

Superior gluteal n.

10

Iliopsoas m.

Femoral n.

11

Articularis genus m.

Femoral n.

12

Rectus femoris m. (quadriceps)

Femoral n.

13

Sartorius m.

Femoral n.

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Vastus intermedius m. (quadriceps)

Femoral n.

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Vastus lateralis m. (quadriceps)

Femoral n.

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Vastus medius m. (quadriceps)

Femoral n.

17

Adductor longus m.

Obturator n. (anterior division)

18

Adductor magnus m.

- Adductor part: obturator n.
- Hamstring part: tibial n. (sciatic)

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Gracilis m.

Obturator n.

20

Obturator externus m.

Obturator n.

21

Pectineus m.

Femoral n. and sometimes obturator n.

22

Biceps femoris m, long head

Tibial n. (sciatic)

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Biceps femoris m, short head

Common fibular n. (sciatic)

24

Semitendinosis m.

Tibial n. (sciatic)

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Semimembranosus m.

Tibial n. (sciatic)

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Extensor digitorum longus m.

Deep fibular n.

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Extensor hallucis longus m.

Deep fibular n.

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Fibularis (peroneus) tertius m.

Deep fibular n.

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Tibialis anterior m.

Deep fibular n.

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Fibularis (peroneus) brevis m.

Superficial fibular n.

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Fibularis (peroneus) longus m.

Superficial fibular n.

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Flexor digitorum longus m.

Tibial n.

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Flexor hallucis longus m.

Tibial n.

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Gastrocnemius m.

Tibial n.

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Plantaris m.

Tibial n.

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Popliteus m.

Tibial n.

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Soleus m.

Tibial n.

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Tibialis posterior m.

Tibial n.

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Extensor digitorum brevis m.

Deep fibular n.

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Extensor hallucis brevis m.

Deep fibular n.

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Abductor digiti minimi m.

Lateral plantar n.

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Abductor hallucis m.

Medial plantar n.

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Flexor digitorum brevis m.

Medial plantar n.

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Medial (1) lumbrical m.

Medial plantar n.

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Lateral (3) lumbrical mm.

Lateral plantar n.

46

Quadratus plantae m.

Lateral plantar n.

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Adductor hallucis m.

Lateral plantar n, deep branch

48

Flexor digiti minimi brevis m.

Lateral plantar n, superficial branch

49

Flexor hallucis brevis m.

Medial plantar n.

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(4) Dorsal interossei mm.

Lateral plantar n.

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(3) Plantar interossei mm.

Lateral plantar n.

52

What a. supplies the foregut? Midgut? Hindgut?

- Celiac trunk
- SMA
- IMA

53

How many degrees does the stomach rotate?
Which direction does the liver and spleen move?

- 90 degrees clockwise about longitudinal axis
- Moves liver forward and right, spleen backwards and left

54

What space is produced by stomach rotation?

Lesser sac (behind the stomach)

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S/p stomach rotation, the left vagus n. becomes ___________ and the right vagus n. becomes ___________.

LARP
- Left anterior, right posterior

56

The dorsal mesentery becomes what?

The greater omentum

57

Movement of what organ causes the ventral mesentery to divide? What does the ventral mesentery become?

- Liver comes b/w stomach and ant abd wall
- Lesser omentum (b/w stomach and liver) + falciform ligament (b/w liver and ant abd wall)

58

What organs reside in the foregut?

- Stomach
- Liver
- GB
- Spleen
- Top half pancreas
- 1st half duodenum

59

What organs reside in the midgut?

- Bottom half pancreas
- 2nd half duodenum
- Jejunum
- Ileum
- Cecum
- Ascending colon
- first 2/3 transverse colon

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What organs reside in the hindgut?

- Last 1/3 transverse colon
- Descending colon
- Sigmoid colon
- Rectum