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2.2.8 Review of knee muscles


Now that we’ve seen all the muscles that arise or insert at the knee joint, let’s see how they all fit together. You can use this overview as a brief review section.

Here on the front are quadriceps. sartorius, and gracilis. On the back, here are semitendinosus, and semimembranosus. Here’s biceps femoris. and here’s gastrocnemius, Here’s plantaris, and popliteus.

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