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Muscles and select bursa/ligaments of the knee

Shane Bromley

All muscles that assist in movement of the knee listed for origin, insertion, action and innervation. Also select bursae and ligaments listed by location and attachment. No spaces in answers. Questions derived from Illustrated Essentials of Musculoskeletal Anatomy 5th ed. (Sieg and Adams 2009) and cross referenced in Atlas of Human Anatomy 5th ed. (Netter 2011)

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5.Which ligament stretches from the lateral meniscus to the medial meniscus
6.Which ligament stretches from the medial epicondyle of the femur to the medial tibial condyle, also known as the tibial
9.The Rectus Femoris muscle originates on the
13.The Rectus Femoris muscle assists the knee in
15.The Popliteus muscle assists unlocking the extended knee by doing what to the femur
16.Which bursa sits directly beneath the skin, on top of the Patella
18.The Popliteus muscle inserts on what portion of the tibial shaft
20.The Plantaris muscle inserts to the calcaneous via the
22.The TFL assists the knee in
24.The Popliteus muscle is innervated by what nerve
26.The Gastrocnemius attaches to the calcaneous via the
28.Which ligament stretches from the lateral condyle of femur to the anterior intercondylar area
29.The Articularis Genus muscle originates on the distal anterior surface of the femur and inserts on the
31.Biceps Femoris also can do what to the tibia when the knee is flexed
37.The long head of the Biceps Femoris originates where
39.Biceps Femoris are inervated by what nerve
40.The Sartorius muscle assists the knee in
41.The lateral head of the Gastrocnemius muscle originates where on the femur
43.The Biceps Femoris inserts on the lateral aspect of the head of the fibula and where on the tibia
46.The TFL is innervated by which nerve
47.The Articularis Genus muscle is innervated what nerve
48.How many bursa are present in the knee area
49.Which bursa lies superficial to the tibial tuberosity
51.The Plantaris muscle originates on what surface of the femur
52.Semimembranosus inserts on the posterior portion of the
53.The three Vasti (Vastus medialis, lateralis and intermedius) assist the knee in
55.Semitendinosus and Semimembranosus can also do what to the tibia when the knee is flexed
56.The Rectus Femoris muscle inserts into the
58.The Sartorius muscle also can do what to the tibia when the knee is flexed
59.The Gracilis muscle inserts on which side of the proximal portion of the tibia
60.The Plantaris muscle is innervated by which nerve
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1.The Rectus Femoris muscle is innervated which nerve
2.The Popliteus muscle does what to the tibia when the knee is flexed
3.The Gracilis muscle also can do what to the tibia when the knee is flexed
4.The Sartorius muscle originates on the
7.Semitendinosus inserts where on the Tibial shaft
8.Semitendinosus and Semimembranosus originate on the
10.Which bursa lies between the distal anterior femur and the Quadriceps Femoris tendon, superior to the Patella
11.The TFL inserts into the Iliotibial Tract which attaches to what part of the Tibia
12.Semitendinosus and Semimembranosus assist the knee in
14.Semitendinosus and Semimembranosus are innervated by
17.The medial head of the Gastrocnemius muscle originates where on the femur
19.Which ligament stretches from medial condyle of the femur to the posterior intercondylar area
21.The Sartorius muscle inserts on the upper medial shaft of the
23.The Popliteus muscle originates where on the femur
25.The three Vasti (Vastus medialis, lateralis and intermedius) insert into
27.Which bursa is inferior to the Patella and subcutaneous to the Patellar ligament
30.The Plantaris muscle assists the knee in
32.The Gracilis muscle is innervated by the
33.The Gastrocnemius assists the knee in
34.The Sartorius muscle is innervated by what nerve
35.Which bursa is inferior to the Patella and subtendinous to the Patellar ligament
36.Which ligament stretches from the lateral epicondyle of the femur to the head of fibula, also known as the fibular
38.The Gracilis muscle originates on what surface of the anterior pubis
42.The Gracilis muscle assists the knee in
44.The Articularis Genus muscle pulls the synovial membrane superiorly during what action of the knee
45.The short head of the Biceps Femoris originates where
50.The three Vasti (Vastus medialis, lateralis and intermedius) are innervated by
54.Biceps Femoris assists the knee in
57.The Gastrocnemius is innervated by which nerve

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