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Joint of the hip:

Ball & socket
Flexion, extension, abduction, adduction, circumduction

Has more stability than GH because of its structure

Acetabulofemoral Joint

2

Joint of hip:

Cartilagonous
Symphasis joint

Pubis Symphasis joint

3

Hip joint:

Fibrous
amphiarthrodial
Pain & inflammation can occur here

Sacroiliac joint

4

Joint of the knee:

Patella & femur articulate here
Gliding joint

Patellofemoral joint

5

Knee joint:

Tibia & femur articulate here
Hinge joint (not true hinge joint)
Flexion, extension, IR, ER

Tibiofemoral Joint

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Rectus Femoris origin

Anterior Inferior Iliac Spine

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Rectus Femoris insertion

Tibial Tuberosity

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Rectus Femoris action

Flexion
•Extension

9

Rectus Femoris innervation

Femoral

10

Vastus Medialis origin

Medial Lip of Linea Aspera

11

Vastus Medialis insertion

Tibial Tuberosity

12

Vastus Medialis action

Extension

13

Vastus Medialis innervation

Femoral

14

Vastus Lateralis origin

•Lateral Lip of Linea Aspera
•Gluteal Tuberosity
•Greater Trochanter

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Vastus Lateralis insertion

Tibial Tuberosity

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Vastus Lateralis action

Extension

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Vastus Lateralis innervation

Femoral

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Vastus Intermedius origin

Anterior femur

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Vastus Intermedius insertion

Tibial tuberosity

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Vastus Intermedius action

Extension

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Vastus Intermedius innervation

Femoral

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Biceps femoris origin

•Long Head: Ischial Tuberosity
•Short Head: Lateral Lip of Linea Aspera

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Biceps femoris insertion

Fibular Head

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Biceps femoris action

•Flexion
•ER of flexed knee
•Extension

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Biceps femoris innervation

Sciatic

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Semitendinosus origin

Ischial Tuberosity

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Semitendinosus insertion

Medial Surface of Tibia

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Semitendinosus action

•Flexion
•IR of flexed knee
•Extension

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Semitendinosus innervation

Sciatic

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Semimembranosus origin

Ischial Tuberosity