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    • THE LIBRARYOFTHE UNIVERSITYOF CALIFORNIAPRESENTED BYPROF. CHARLES A. KOFOID ANDMRS. PRUDENCE W. KOFOID
    • ANATOMICAL PLATESOF THEMOJVES AND MUSCLES,DIMINISHED FROMA L B I N U S,FORTHE USEOfStudents in Anatomyj and Artists:ACCOMPANIED BYBYROBERT HOOPER, M. D.Licentiate of Physic of the University of Oxford, and of the Royal College«f Physiciana of London ; Physician to the St, Mary-le-boneInfirmary, &c.THIRD EDITION,LONDON:!»K1NTED FOR J. MURRAY, FLEET STREET 5 ANBCONSTABLE AND CO. EDINBURGH,I8O7.
    • S, GosNEiL, Printer, Little Queen Street, Holboinr
    • PREFACE. ^^-1 HE Anatomical Plates here presented to the Public W€redesigned to accompany the last edition of the AnatomistsVade-Mecum ; but the great and unexpected demand for thatwork obliged the Author to put it to press before the platescould be executed. They now form a separate Fasciculus, andmay either be attached to that work, or not.It is hoped, that the Explanatory Maps which accompanythe plates, will enable the student, for whose use they prin-cipally are intended, to obtain, with greater facility, an accurateknowledge of the situation of the bones and muscles. Shouldthe plan be approved, this fasciculus will be followed by otbers,.to illustrate the situation, form, &c. of the viscera, blood-vessels,nerves, absorbents, &c.The reader will be pleased to observe, that, in order to pre-serve the beauty of the engravings, no references are inserted ;and that, with^-espect to those of the raajJs, the same numbersare mostly affixed to the same part, in whatever plate they mayoccur (thus, for example, 185, which occurs in several plates, isalways put to mark the Gastrocnemius externus : thus, 86 willbe found affixed to the different plates in which the Psoasmagnus is exhibited, &c. &c.) ; and to obviate the tediousnesswhich attends turning over leaves to consult one general refer-ence, tho references of each plate are printed on the oppositeside.A 2lwS^o52R
    • ( 4 )This plate exhibits a front vie^ of the skeleton.
    • Trvnt view ot t/u SkeletonrtLrnd. delin. et sculp.
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    • ( 5 )A Map of the Skeleton anteriorly.REFERENCES,iz. Os parietale. 53- Ribs.17. —; front is. 54- Lumbar vertebrae.;s4. — sphaenoideum. 65- Sacrum.25. — temporis. 56. Os innominatum : —tf.26. Mastoid process. ilium ; i, ischium ; c.27. Os malae. pubis.28. — maxillare superius. 57- Femur.29. — maxillare inferius. 58. The great trochanter.30. Cervical vertebrae. 59- Internal condyle of the31. Clavicle. femur.32. Scapula. 60. External condyle of the33. Humerus. femur.37. Small bones of the tarsus. 6i. Patella.42. Head of the humerus. 62. Tibia.43. Internal condyle ol the 63. Head of the tibia.humerus. 64. Fibula.44. External condyle of the ^S- External ankle-humerus. 66. Internal ankle.45. Radius. 67. Os calcis.46. Ulna. 68. Astragalus.50. Eight bones of the carpus. 96. Phalanges of the toes.51. Metacarpal bones. "107. Metatarsal bones.5?. Phalanges of the fingers. 159- Os nasi.A 3
    • ( 6 )A back view of the skeleton.
    • £a£k vim- o^tTieSkecOi^ndcfih . et S(u^.
    • ( •))A Map of the Skeleton posteriorly.REFERENCES.li. Osparictalc.25. — temporis.29. Lower jaw.30. Cervical vertebras.59. Internal condyle of thefemur.60. External condyle of therfemur,.31. Clavicle. 63. Tibia.33. Scapula.33. Humerus.64. Fibula.66. Internal ankle.45. Radius. 67. Os calcis.46. Ulna.50. Eight carpal bones.51. Metacarpal bones.52. Phalanges of the fingers.68. Astragalus.80. Tarsal boaes.96. Phalanges of the toes,107. Metatarsal bones.53. Ribs.54. Lumbar vertebrae.109. Os occipitis.115. Dorsal vertebrae.56. Os innominatum. 148. Olecranon.57. Femur.58. Great trochanter.153. Oscoccygis.155, Little trochanter.A 4
    • ( 8 )A sid« View of the skeletoo.
    • Side vie»- ofthe She/etonru? difin.tt sa
    • ( 9 )A Map of the Side View of the Skeleton,REFERENCES.i£*J X. Os parietale. 56. Os innominatum : —a.17. — frontis. iliac portion ; *, ischi-25. — temporis. um ; c, pubis.37. — malae. 57. Os femoris.30. Cervical vertebrse. •57. Bones of the tarsus.32. Scapula. 61. Patella.38. Os humeri. 6z. Tibia.45. Radius. 63. Head of the tibia.46. Ulna. 64. Fibula.50. Carpal bones.,67. Os calcis.51. Metacarpal bones. 68. Astragalus.52. Phalanges of the fin- 96. Phalanges of the toesrgers. 107. Metatarsal bones.53- Bi^ 109. Os occipitalc./^S OluLYdriifyx
    • ( 10 )This plate represents the outermost order of muscles, as theyappear when the body is deprived of its common integu-ments and fascise.
    • First Order.
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    • < " )A Map of the First Order of Muscles.REFERENCES.I. Occipito-frontalis. I3Z. Triceps extensor cubiti.3- Orbicularis palpebrarum. 134. Supinator radii longus.4- Levator palpebrae supe- 140. Flexor carpi ulnaris.rioris. 141. Palmaris longus.II. labii superioris 142. Flexor carpi radialis.alaeque nasi. 143. Pronator radii teres.14.15-19.Zygomaticus major. 145. Extensor ossis metacarpipoUicis manus.Orbicularis oris.21. Constrictor nasi.35. Masseter.38; Platysma myoides.69. Obliquus externus abdo-minis.Z6. Psoas maenus.tT^~ iKlMiitnti.f88. PectorJlis major.91. Serratus major anticus.98. Trapezius.$9. Latissimus dorsi.1Z7. iDeltoides.^ 3o> biceps flexor cubiti.f/dii.149. Flexor digitorum subli-165. Triceps adductor feraoris.173. Tensor vaginae femoris.174. Sartorius.177. Vastus externus,178. intemus.185. Gastrocnemius externus.186. intemus.^ Abdominal rings./7^ G-ra^oUl^
    • ( 12 )Several of the outermost layer of muscles are removed in thisfigure, to bring the second order into view.
    • Second OrTder.}rtland ddin et sculp.
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    • < 13 )A Map of the Second Layer of Muscles.HEFERE^NCES.2. Corragator supercilii. 132.4. Levator palpebrae supe- 135.lioris.13. anguli oris. 136.16. Buccinator.18. Depressor anguli 01 is. 140.22. Levator menti. 145.34. Temporalis.35. Masseter, 146.39. Sterno-cleido-mastoideus. 149.40. Digastricus. 151.46. Sterno-hyoideus. 164.47. Omo-hyoideus. 165.48. Sterno-thyroideus. 168.^a, Obliquus internus abdo- , 169.y minis. 175.72. Rectus abdominis. 177.73. Pyramidalis. 178.74. Cremaster. 17986. Psoas magnus. 186.87. lliacus internus.89. Subclavius. 189.90. Pectoralis minor. 190.91. Serratus major anticas. 191.^5. Rectus internus capitis 192.major.125. Teres minor. 193.128. Coraco-brachialis.129. Subscapularis. 194.130. Biceps flexor cubiti.Triceps extensor cubiti.Extensor carpi radialislongior.—-—— carpi radialisbrevior.Flexor carpi ulnaris.Extensor ossis metacarpipollicJs manus.primi intemodii.Flexor digitorum sublimislongus pollicis.Pectinalis.Triceps adductor femorisGluteus mcdius.minimus.Gracilis.Vastus externus.—-— internus.Crurseus.Flexor longus pollicispedis.Tibialis posticus.Peroncus longus.brevis.Extensor longus digito-rum pedis.proprius polli-cis pedis.Flexor longBS digitorumpedis.
    • ( 14 )This plate exhibits the third layer of muscles ; the first andsecMid orders hating been removed.
    • Third Order.tLviJ Jrim. et sculp.
    • ( 15 )A Map of the Third Order of Muscles.REFERENCES.16. Buccinatdr.22. Levator menti.37. Pterygoideus externus.41. Mylo-hyoideus.48. Sterno-thyroideus.49. Hyo-thyroideus.71. Transversalis abdominis.86. Psoas magnus.87. Iliacus internus.92. Intercostales externi.93. interni.95. Rectus internus capitismajor,120. Scalenus.125. Teres minor.128. Coraco-brachialis,129. Subscapularis.131. Brachialis internus.132. Triceps extensor cubiti.135. Extensor carpi radialislongior.136. ————— radialisbrevior.144. Supinator radii brevis.150. Flexor digitorum pro-fundus.151. longus pollicis.152. Pronator radii quadratus.165. Triceps adductor feraoris.166. Obturator externus.169. Gluteus minimus.175. Gracilis.182. Semimembranosus.183. Biceps flexor crutis.189. Tibialis posticus.190. Peroneus longus.191. brevis,J 94. Flexor longus digitoiumpedis.
    • ( Ifi )The three outermost ©refers of muscles are remored from thisfigure, to bring the fourth or last layer into view.
    • Fourth Order-/ ddinxt sculp
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    • ( 17 )A Map of the last Layer oj Muscles anteriorly.REFERENCES.5- Rectus superior oculi. 93. Intercostales intcrni.,6. inferior oculi. 94. Longus colli.7- internus oculi. 118. Obliquus capitis superior.8. lio. Scalenus.36. Pterygoideus internus. 129. Subscapularis.75- Erector penis. 144. Supinator radii brevis.f6. Accelerator urinae. 1 5*. Pronator radii quadratus.77. Transversalis perinaei* 154. Flexor brevis pollicii78. Sphincter ani. manus.S4. Quadratus lumborum. 157. Adductor poUicismanut.85. Psoas parvus. 166. Obturator externus.S6. magnus. 176. Triceps adductor femorifi87. Iliacus internus. 189. Tibialis posticus.9k. Interco»tales extemU 10 1. Perooeuft brevi«k
    • ( w )Thi» plate exhibits the outermost layer of muscles posteriorly,as they appear when the common integuments and fasciaeare removed.
    • :.^n£^ delin. etjFirst orrier.
    • < «J )AMap ofthe outermost Layer ofMuscks on ikeposteriorSurface of the Body,«EFERENCES.>. Occipito-frontalis. 137, Extensordigitorum cent-*i Superior auris. munis.Sterno- cleido-mastoideus.Digastricus.39*40. 140, Flexor carpi ulnaris.69. Obliquus extemus abdo- 145, Extensor ossis metacarplminis. pollicis manus.98. Trapezius.99. Latissiraus dorsi. 149. Flexor digitorum sublimitlOl. Rhomboideus.1102. Splehius. 1^5. aiiiMi. Triced aJau^124, Infra-spinatus- 168. Gluteus medius. /«»««*^i^125; Teres minor. 169. maximus.126. major. 173. Tensor vagmae femon^127. Deltoides. 175. Gracilis.131. Brachialis Intemus. 177. Vastus extemus.13*- Triceps extensor cubiti. 1 *? fl ^^__—^. infAfniic1 /o» • inicrnub*«33- Anconeus. 181. Semitendinosus..134. Supinator radii longus. 182. Semimembranosus.J35- Extensor carpi radialis 183. Biceps flexor cruris.longior. 185. Gastrocnemius extemus.gi.i6. Extensor carpi radialis* brevier. 190. Peroneus longus../^/ /trertji
    • ( 20 )Some of the outermost layer of muscles are rcmov^, in thisfigure, from the posterior surface of the body, to bring thesecond order into view.
    • Se€(?rui order.o-d^nid de^.et sculp.
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    • ( 21 >A Map g/* the Second Order of Muscles on the posteriorSurface of the Body.REFEREI^CES.J4. Temporalis. 140.35. Masseter, 144.70. Obliquus internus abdo- 145.minis.79. Levator ani. 146.81. Obturator internus. 147.8z. Coccygeus.9 1 . Serratus major amicus. 149.^g. Latissimus dorsi.100. Serratus posticus Inferior. 165.1©!. Rhomboideus. 167.102. Splcnius. 168.103. Serratus superior posticus. 170.104. Spinalis dorsw 171.106. Sacro-lumbalis. 17a.108. Longissimus dorsi." 175.110. Complexus. 177.112. Levator scapulae. 178.123. Supra-spinaius. 181.124. Infra-spinatus. 183.1^5. Teres minor. , 183.126. major. 184.130. Biceps iiexor cubiti. i86.131. Brachiahs internus. 187.132. Triceps extensor cubiti. 190.133. Anconeus. 191.135. Extensor carpi radialis 194.longicr.136. Extensor carpi radialisbrcvior.Flexor carpi ulnaris.Supinator radii brevis.Extensor ossis metacarpipollicis manus.primi internodii.— secundi inter-nodii.Flexor digitorum subli-mis.TricepsadductorJieftioris.Pyriformis.Gluteus medius.> Gemini.Quadratus femoris.Gracilis.Vastus extemus.mternusSemiteudinosus.Semimembranosus.Biceps flexor cruris.Popliteus.Gastrocnemius internug.Plantaris.Peroneus longus.br?vis.Flexor longus digitorumpedis.»3
    • ( 22 )Tibe outermost and second layer of muscles arc here rtmoTcdi,to exhibit the third orde^^S
    • Thi/d OT-der.fa/id de&t . ct sc7il^.
    • ( 23 )A Map of the Third Order of Muscles on the posteriorSurface of the Body,IIIF£RKNCE$.14. Mylo-hyoideus.16. Buccinator.36. Pterygoideus internvtt,41. Ck)inplexus.71. Transversalis abdominis.8 1 . Obturator internus.86. Psoas- magnus.87. parvus.92. Intercostales extern!.106. Sacro-lumbalis.108. Longissimus dorsi.lie. Complexus.III. Trachelo-mastoideus.120. Scalenus.121. Interspinales.126. Teres major.128. Coraco-brachialis.129. Subscapularis.131. Brachialis internus.132. Triceps extensor cubiti.135. Extensor carpi - radiaKslongior.136. Extensor carpi radiaH*brevior.144. Supinator radii brevis,150. Flexor digitorum subli-mis.—longus poUicis151. -152. Pronator radii quadratus.165. Triceps adductor femorij.166. Obturator externu*.169. Gluteus minimus.175. Gracilis.182. Semimembranosus.183. Biceps flexor cruris.184. Popliteus.189. Tibialis posticus.190. Peroneus longus.191. brevis.194. Flexor longus digitorumpedis.196. ——- polliciepedis.
    • ( 3* )Thie plate exhibits the last layir of muscles posteriorly^.
    • FoiirtJi order.W/ci delzn et scalp.
    • IA Map of the last Order of Muscles on the posterkr[Surface of the Body,REFERENCES.I4. Quadratus lumboruixt.87. Iliacus internus.92. Intercostales externi.53, interni.105. Levatores costaram.113. Semispinales dorsi.114. Multifidus spinae.116. Rectus capitis posticusmajor,117. Rectus capitis posticus118. Obliquus capitis superior.119.120.122.129.144.152.^es.166.189.191.inferiox.Scalenus. »Intertransversales.Subscapularis.Supinator radii brevi^. -Prcaiator radii quadratus*Triceps adductor femori*..Obturator externus.Tibialis posticus.Peroneus brevis.
    • { as )This figure represents a side view of the external layer ©fmuscles, as they appear when the common integuments znifasciae are removed.
    • it-^Side Yietr ofAeFvrt order.^and ddm a scuip.
    • ( 27 )A Map of the Side View of the external Layer ofMuscles,REFERENCES.38. Platysraa myoides, 142.39. Sterno-cleido-mastoideus. 143.69. Obliquus externus abdo- 149.minis. S8. Pectoralis major. 151.91. Latissimus dorsi. 156.-98. Trapezius. 158.99. Serratus major anticus. 160.t02. Splenlus. 164.112. Levator scapulae. 167.X24. Infra-spinatus. 168.125. Teres minor. 173.136. major. 174.127. Deltoides.176.130. Biceps flexor cubiti» 177.131. Brachialis internus. 178.132. Triceps extensor cubiti. 181.134. Supinator radii longus. 183.135. Extensor carpi radialis 185.longior. 186.136. Extensor carpi radialis 188.brevior. 190.J37. digkorumcom- 191.munis. 192.T40. Flexor carpi ulnaris.Flexor carpi :u]wMie. nr$^tlU$kPronator radii teres.Flexor digitorum subli*mis." longus pollicisrAnterior auris.Depressor anguli oris.Tendo Achillis,Pectinalis.Gluteus maximus.medius.Tensor vaginae femorii.Sartorius.Rectus femoris.Vastus exterauf.internus.Semitendinosus.Biceps flexor cruris.Gastrocnemius externus-• internus.Tibialis anticus.Peroneus longus.brevis.Extensor longus digito*rum pedis.
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    • Humanis Anatomicae© Copyright 2008 by Michael M. HensleyTemporalisLevator PalpebraeNasalisQuadratus Labii Superiorus(Angular Head)(Infraorbital Head)Zygomatic HeadObicularis OrisTriangularisMentalisOmohyoidFrontalisProcerusCorrugatorObicularis OculiTriangular CartilageZygomatic BoneCaninusZygomaticusMasseterBuccinatorQuadratus LabiiInferiorisSternocleidomastoidSternohyoidSternocleidomastoid(Clavicular Portion)“Écorché, Muscles of the Human Head, Anterior View”
    • Humanis Anatomicae© Copyright 2008 by Michael M. HensleyCoronal SutureParietal BoneTemporalisTemporal RidgeOccipital BoneZygomatic ArchMasseterRisoriusBuccinatorTrapeziusDigastric (anterior belly)Hyoid BoneMylohyoidSternocleidomastoidLevator ScapulaeScalenusOmohyoidSternocleidomastoid(Clavicular Portion)Frontal BoneFrontalisCorrugatorZygomatic ProcessObicularis OculiNasalisQuadratus Labii SuperiorisAngular HeadInfraorbital HeadZygomatic HeadCaninusZygomaticusObicularis OrisTriangularisQuadratus Labii InferiorisMentalisSternohyoidThyroid Cartilage“Écorché, Muscles of the Human Head, Lateral View”
    • Humanis Anatomicae© Copyright 2008 by Michael M. Hensley“The Human Skull, Anterior View”Frontal BoneParietal BoneCoronal SutureGlabellaTemporal BoneSphenoid BoneInternasal SutureNasal BoneZygomatic BoneNasal SpineIntermaxillary SutureRamus of the MandibleAngle of the MandibleMental ForamenMental TubercleFrontal EminenceTemporal RidgeSupercilliary ArchZygomatic Process of theFrontal BladeSphenoid BoneNasal BoneZygomatic BoneMaxillaAlveolar Process of MaxillaMandibleMental ForamenMental ProtuberanceMental Tubercle
    • Humanis Anatomicae© Copyright 2008 by Michael M. Hensley“The Human Skull, Lateral View”Coronal SutureParietal BoneTemporal RidgeSphenoid SutureSquamous SutureTemporal BoneSphenoid BoneLambdoid SutureTemporal BoneZygomatic ArchMandibular CondyleExternal Acoustic MeatusOccipital BoneMastoid ProcessRamus of the MandibleAngle of the MandibleFrontal BoneFrontal EminenceSupercilliary ArchZygomatic Processof the Frontal BladeLacrimal BoneNasal BoneZygomatic BoneNasal SpineMaxillaAlveolar Processof MaxillaMandibleMental ForamenMental Protuberance
    • Humanis Anatomicae© Copyright 2008 by Michael M. HensleyHelix of the EarTriangular FossaAnti-Helix Inferior BranchTubercleAnti HelixAuditory MeatusAnti TragusLower End of the Anti-HelixHelixTubercleConchaSternocleidomastoidMastoid ProcessLobule of the EarHelix of the EarAnti-Helix Superior BranchTriangular FossaAnti-Helix Inferior BranchTubercleAnti HelixAuditory MeatusAnti TragusLower End of the Anti-HelixLobule of the EarHelix of the EarScaphaAnti-Helix Superior BranchAnti-HelixTubercleAuditory MeatusLower End of the Anti-HelixLobule of the EarTriangular FossaAnti-Helix Inferior BranchAnterior Branch of the HelixTragusAnti TragusAnterior Branch of the HelixConchaTragusTragusLobule of the Ear“Anatomy of the Human Ear”
    • Humanis Anatomicae© Copyright 2008 by Michael M. HensleyUpper Eye LidVitreous Humor (Interior)IrisOptic NerveVitreous HumorCanthus MajorPupilCanthus MajorLower Eye Lid (Ocular Portion)Ocular Portion of the Upper Eye LidCorrugatorOrbital Portion of the Upper Eye LidUpper Eye Lid(Ocular Portion)Canthus MajorUpper Eye Lid(Ocular Portion)Crystalline LensCornea TransparentPupilIrisInterior Occupied by Vitreous HumorLower Eye Lid(Ocular Portion)PupilLacrymal CaruncleScerotic CoatIrisPupilIrisLower Eye Lid(Ocular Portion)Lower Eye Lid(Orbital Portion)Optic NerveScerotic CoatIrisPupilOcular PortionCanthus MajorPupilIrisScerotic Coat“Anatomy of the Human Eye”
    • Humanis Anatomicae© Copyright 2008 by Michael M. HensleyPhiltrumTubercle of the Upper LipWing of the Upper LipGroove of the Lower LipLobe of the Lower LipMental Labial FurrowPhiltrumTubercle of the Upper LipWing of the Upper LipMedial IncisorLateral IncisorMedial Furrow of TongueLateral IncisorMedial IncisorLobe of Lower LipLower Lip Membraneous PortionObicularis OrisTubercle of Upper LipWing of Upper LipLobe of Lower LipObicularis OrisTriangularisQuadratus Labii InferiorisMentalisUpper Lip Cutaneous PortionUpper Lip Membraneous PortionLower Lip Cutaneous PortionNode MuscularInsertion intothe skinPhiltrumTubercle of Upper LipWing of Upper LipGroove of Lower LipLobe of Lower LipObicularis OrisTriangularisQuadratus Labii InferiorisMentalisPhiltrumTubercle of the Upper LipWing of the Upper LipGroove of the Lower LipLobe of the Lower LipMental Labial FurrowPhiltrumTubercle of the Upper LipWing of the Upper LipGroove of the Lower LipLobe of the Lower LipMental Labial FurrowPillar, fleshy eminence coveringthe corner of the mouthCanineGroove of the Lower LipMentolabial FurrowMentalisObicularis OrisPillar“Anatomy of the Human Mouth”
    • Humanis Anatomicae© Copyright 2008 by Michael M. HensleyCorrugatorRoot (Base of the Nose)Nasal BoneTriangular CartilageNasalisQuadratus Labii Superioris(Angular Head)Alar CartilageWing (Alar Fat Portion)Apex (Tip of the Nose)Obicularis OrisCorrugatorProcerusNasal BoneCartilage of SeptumTriangular Cartilage(Upper Lateral)Alar Cartilage(Lower Lateral)Oblique Nose FurrowOblique Nose FurrowNasal BoneTriangular CartilageAlar (Fat Portion)Alar CartilageCorrugatorCartilage of SeptumSuperior MaxillaryAlar CartilageWing(Alar Fat Portion)Alar CartilageWing (Alar Fat PortionNostrilObicularis OrisTubercle of Upper LipWing of Upper LipLobe of Lower LipMinor CartilagesAlar FurrowTriangular Cartilage(Upper Lateral)“Anatomy of the Human Nose”
    • Humanis Anatomicae© Copyright 2008 by Michael M. HensleyTrapeziusInfraspinatusTeres MinorTeres MajorDeltoidSerratus AnteriorPectoralis MajorTriceps (Long Head)Triceps (Lateral Head)Triceps (Medial Head)Rectus AbdominisSartoriusTriceps (Tendinous Portion)Rectus FemorisVastus MedialisQuadriceps TendonFemurPatellaIliotibial BandFat PadTibial TuberosityPeroneus LongusTibialis AnteriorExtensor Digitorum LongusPeroneus BrevisPeroneus TertiusInferior Angle of the ScapulaLatissimus DorsiExternal ObliqueSacrospinalisRectus AbdominisAnterior Superior Iliac SpineGluteus MediusTensor Fasciae LataeGluteus MaximusGreat TrochanterGluteus MaximusVastus LateralisSemitendinosusBiceps FemorisBiceps Femoris (Short Head)Head of the FibulaGastrocnemiusSoleusAchilles TendonCalcaneusLateral Malleolus“Écorché, Seated Male Athlete, Muscles of the Trunk”
    • Humanis Anatomicae© Copyright 2008 by Michael M. HensleySternocleidomastoidTrapeziusSternocleidomastoid (Clavicular Portion)Acromion ProcessPectoralis Major (Clavicular Portion)DeltoidPectoralis MajorBrachialisXiphoid CartilageBicepsTransverse Tendinous BandsPronator TeresExternal ObliqueBrachioradialisExtensor Carpi RadialisGluteus MediusFlexor Carpi UlnarisTensor Fasciae LataeGreat TrochanterSartoriusGracilisRectus FemorisSemimembranosusVastus LateralisVastus MedialisQuadriceps TendonPatellaFat PadBicepsDeltoidPectoralis Major (Clavicular Portion)CoracobrachialisTeres MinorTeres MajorLatissimus DorsiSternumSerratus AnteriorRectus AbdominisExternal ObliqueAnterior Superior Iliac SpineGluteus MediusIliopsoasPectineusTensor Fasciae LataeAdductor LongusSartoriusGracilisRectus FemorisSemimembranosusVastus LateralisVastus MedialisQuadriceps TendonPatella“Écorché, The Male Athlete, Muscles of the Trunk, Anterior View I”
    • Humanis Anatomicae© Copyright 2008 by Michael M. HensleyClaviclePectoralis Major (Clavicular Portion)Pectoralis MajorSternumSerratus AnteriorRectus AbdominisExternal ObliqueGluteus MediusAnterior Superior Iliac SpineTensor Fasciae LataeIliopsoasPectineusAdductor LongusSartoriusGracilisRectus FemorisSemimembranosusVastus LateralisVastus MedialisQuadriceps TendonAcromion ProcessClavicleDeltoidPectoralis Major (Clavicular Portion)Pectoralis MajorLatissimus DorsiXiphoid CartilageSerratus AnteriorExternal ObliqueAnterior Superior Iliac SpineGluteus MediusIliopsoasPectineusTensor Fasciae LataeAdductor LongusSemimembranosusGracilisSartoriusRectus FemorisSemimembranosusVastus LateralisVastus MedialisBiceps Femoris (Short Head)Quadriceps TendonIliotibial BandPatellaFat Pad“Écorché, The Male Athlete, Muscles of the Trunk, Anterior View II”
    • Humanis Anatomicae© Copyright 2008 by Michael M. HensleyPectoralis Major (Clavicular Portion)Pectoralis MajorSerratus AnteriorRectus AbdominisAnterior Superior Iliac SpineGluteus MediusIliopsoasTensor Fasciae LataePectineusAdductor LongusSartoriusGracilisSemimembranosusRectus FemorisSemimembranosusVastus LateralisVastus MedialisQuadriceps TendonBiceps Femoris (Short Head)PatellaHead of the FibulaFat PadSternumPectoralis Major (Clavicular Portion)Pectoralis MajorXiphoid CartilageLatissimus DorsiSerratus AnteriorExternal ObliqueGluteus MediusTensor Fasciae LataePectineusSartoriusAdductor LongusSartoriusGracilisRectus FemorisSemimembranosusVastus LateralisVastus MedialisQuadriceps Tendon“Écorché, The Male Athlete, Muscles of the Trunk, Anterior View III”
    • Humanis Anatomicae© Copyright 2008 by Michael M. HensleyPectoralis MajorCoracobrachialisTeres MajorLatissimus DorsiSerratus AnteriorExternal ObliqueAnterior Superior Iliac SpineGluteus MediusSartoriusTensor Fasciae LataeGreat TrochanterGluteus MaximusRectus FemorisVastus LateralisVastus MedialisBiceps Femoris (Short Head)Quadriceps TendonHead of the FibulaPatellaTrapeziusAcromion ProcessClavicleDeltoidPectoralis Major (Clavicular Portion)Pectoralis MajorSternumBrachialisBicepsRectus AbdominisBrachioradialisPronator TeresExtensor Carpi RadialisExtensor Digitorum CommunisFlexor Carpi UlnarisExtensor Carpi Radialis (Brevis)Abductor Pollicis LongusExtensor Pollicies Brevi“Écorché, The Male Athlete, Muscles of the Trunk, Anterior View IV”
    • Humanis Anatomicae© Copyright 2008 by Michael M. HensleySternocleidomastoidTrapeziusDeltoidPectoralis (Clavicular Portion)Pectoralis MajorBrachialisBicepsLatissimus DorsiExternal ObliqueSacrospinalisGluteus MediusAnterior Superior Iliac SpineGluteus MaximusGreat TrochanterSemitendinosusVastus LateralisBiceps FemorisBiceps Femoris (Short Head)Head of the FibulaIliotibial BandQuadriceps TendonPatellaSternocleidomastoid (Clavicular Portion)Serratus AnteriorRectus AbdominisTensor Fasciae LataeRectus FemorisVastus Medialis“Écorché, The Male Athlete, Muscles of the Trunk, Lateral View I”
    • Humanis Anatomicae© Copyright 2008 by Michael M. HensleyTrapeziusAcromion ProcessSpine of the ScapulaInfraspinatusTeres MinorTeres MajorTrapeziusLatissimus DorsiExternal ObliqueSacrospinalisAnterior Superior Iliac SpineGluteus MediusGluteus MaximusGreat TrochanterSemitendinosusVastus LateralisBiceps FemorisBiceps Femoris (Short Head)Quadriceps TendonIliotibial BandHead of the FibulaDeltoidTriceps (Lateral Head)Triceps (Long Head)Triceps (Medial Head)Triceps (Tendinous Portion)Serratus AnteriorOlecranonRectus AbdominisTensor Fasciae LataeSemimembranosusRectus FemorisSartoriusVastus MedialisPatellaFat Pad“Écorché, The Male Athlete, Muscles of the Trunk, Lateral View II”
    • Humanis Anatomicae© Copyright 2008 by Michael M. HensleyOlecranonTriceps (Tendinous Portion)Triceps (Lateral Head)DeltoidTrapeziusSpine of the ScapulaTeres MinorInfraspinatusInferior Angle of the ScapulaTrapeziusLatissimus DorsiExternal ObliqueSacrospinalisGluteus MediusAnterior Superior Iliac SpineGluteus MaximusGreat TrochanterSemitendinosusVastus LateralisBiceps FemorisBiceps Femoris (Short Head)Iliotibial BandQuadriceps TendonTriceps (Medial Head)Triceps (Long Head)Pectoralis MajorTeres MajorSerratus AnteriorRectus AbdominisTensor Fasciae LataeRectus FemorisVastus MedialisPatella“Écorché, The Male Athlete, Muscles of the Trunk, Lateral View III”
    • Humanis Anatomicae© Copyright 2008 by Michael M. HensleySternocleidomastoid (Clavicular Portion)Serratus AnteriorRectus AbdominisTensor Fasciae LataeRectus FemorisVastus MedialisSternocleidomastoidTrapeziusDeltoidPectoralis (Clavicular Portion)Pectoralis MajorTriceps (Long Head)BrachialisBicepsLatissimus DorsiOlecranonBrachioradialisAnconeusExtensor Carpi RadialisExtensor Communis DigitorumExternal ObliqueFlexor Carpi UlnarisExtensor Carpi UlnarisSacrospinalisGluteus MediusAnterior Superior Iliac SpineGluteus MaximusGreat TrochanterSemitendinosusVastus LateralisBiceps FemorisBiceps Femoris (Short Head)Head of the FibulaIliotibial BandQuadriceps TendonPatella“Écorché, The Male Athlete, Muscles of the Trunk, Lateral View IV”
    • Humanis Anatomicae© Copyright 2008 by Michael M. HensleyTrapeziusSpine of the ScapulaAcromion ProcessDeltoid (Tendinous Portion)DeltoidInfraspinatusTeres MinorTriceps (Long Head)Teres MajorRhomboideusLatissimus DorsiTriceps (Lateral Head)Triceps (Medial Head)Latissimus DorsiBrachialisTriceps (Tendinous Portion)External ObliqueSacrospinalis (Lateral Portion)Sacrospinalis (Medial Portion)Crest of the IliumSacrumGluteus MediusGreat TrochanterGluteus MaximusAdductor MagnusSemitendinosusGracilisBiceps FemorisVastus LateralisSemimembranosusBiceps Femoris (Short Head)Head of the FibulaBrachialisDeltoidAcromion ProcessTriceps7th Cervical VertebraeSpine of the ScapulaInfraspinatusTeres MinorTeres MajorLatissimus DorsiTrapeziusLatissimus DorsiExternal ObliqueSacrospinalis (Lateral Portion)External ObliqueSacrospinalis (Medial Portion)Crest of the IliumGluteus MediusTensor Fasciae lataeGreat TrochanterGluteus MaximusSemitendinosusGracilisBiceps FemorisVastus Lateralis“Écorché, The Male Athlete, Muscles of the Trunk, Posterior View I”
    • Humanis Anatomicae© Copyright 2008 by Michael M. Hensley“Écorché, The Male Athlete, Muscles of the Trunk, Posterior View II”TrapeziusSpine of the ScapulaAcromion ProcessDeltoid (Tendinous Portion)InfraspinatusDeltoidTeres MinorTriceps (Long Head)Teres MajorLatissimus DorsiTriceps (Medial Head)Triceps (Lateral Head)Latissimus DorsiTriceps (Tendinous Portion)External ObliqueCrest of the IliumGluteus MediusSacrumOlecranonBrachioradialisGreat TrochanterGluteus MaximusAdductor MagnusSemitendinosusGracilisBiceps FemorisVastus LateralisSemimembranosusBiceps Femoris (Short Head)Head of the FibulaAcromion ProcessDeltoidSpine of the Scapula7th Cervical VertebraeInfraspinatusTeres MinorTeres MajorLatissimus DorsiTrapeziusLatissimus DorsiExternal ObliqueSacrospinalis (Lateral Portion)External ObliqueLatissimus Dorsi (Tendinous Portion)Sacrospinalis (Medial Portion)Crest of the IliumGluteus MediusTensor Fasciae lataeGreat TrochanterGluteus MaximusSemitendinosusBiceps FemorisVastus LateralisBiceps Femoris
    • Humanis Anatomicae© Copyright 2008 by Michael M. HensleyTrapeziusAcromion ProcessSpine of the ScapulaDeltoid (Tendinous Portion)DeltoidInfraspinatusTeres MinorTriceps (Long Head)Teres MajorTriceps (Lateral Head)RhomboideusLatissimus DorsiTriceps (Medial Head)Triceps (Tendinous Portion)BrachioradialisExtensor Carpi RadialisLateral EpicondyleAnconeusExtensor Carpi Radialis (Brevis)Extensor Digitorum CommunisExtensor Carpi UlnarisFlexor Carpi UlnarisAbductor Pollicis LongusExtensor Pollicis BrevisHead of the UlnaSemitendinosusBiceps FemorisVastus LateralisBiceps Femoris (Short Head)Head of the Fibula7th Cervical VertebraeAcromion ProcessSpine of the ScapulaDeltoid (Tendinous Portion)DeltoidInfraspinatusTeres MinorTeres MajorTricepsTrapeziusLatissimus DorsiSerratus AnteriorExternal ObliqueSacrospinalis (Lateral Portion)External ObliqueSacrospinalis (Medial Portion)Crest of the IliumSacrumGluteus MediusGluteus MaximusGreat TrochanterTensor Fasciae lataeAdductor MagnusGracilisSemitendinosusSemimembranosusBiceps FemorisVastus LateralisBiceps FemorisVastus MedialisSartoriusHead of the Fibula“Écorché, The Male Athlete, Muscles of the Trunk, Posterior View III”
    • Humanis Anatomicae© Copyright 2008 by Michael M. Hensley7th Cervical VertebraeSpine of the ScapulaDeltoid (Tendinous Portion)DeltoidInfraspinatusTeres MinorTeres MajorTriceps (Long Head)TrapeziusTriceps (Lateral Portion)Latissimus DorsiTriceps (Medial Portion)Triceps (Tendinous Portion)Sacrospinalis (Lateral Portion)External ObliqueSacrospinalis (Medial Portion)Crest of the IliumSacrumGluteus MediusGluteus MaximusGreat TrochanterTensor Fasciae lataeGracilisSemitendinosusBiceps FemorisVastus LateralisVastus MedialisSartoriusHead of the FibulaTrapeziusAcromion ProcessDeltoid (Tendinous Portion)DeltoidInfraspinatusTeres MinorTeres MajorTriceps (Long Head)RhomboideusTriceps (Lateral Head)Latissimus DorsiTriceps (Medial Head)Triceps (Tendinous Portion)External ObliqueLatissimus Dorsi (Tendinous Portion)Crest of the IliumSacrospinalisGluteus MediusGluteus MaximusGreat TrochanterTensor Fasciae LataeBiceps FemorisVastus LateralisSemitendinosusBiceps Femoris (Short Head)Iliotibial Band“Écorché, The Male Athlete, Muscles of the Trunk, Posterior View IV”
    • Humanis Anatomicae© Copyright 2008 by Michael M. Hensley7th Cervical VertebraeSpine of the ScapulaDeltoid (Tendinous Portion)DeltoidInfraspinatusTrapeziusTeres MinorTeres MajorTriceps (Long Head)TrapeziusTriceps (Lateral Portion)Latissimus DorsiTriceps (Medial Portion)Triceps (Tendinous Portion)Sacrospinalis (Lateral Portion)External ObliqueSacrospinalis (Medial Portion)Crest of the IliumGluteus MediusSacrumGluteus MaximusGreat TrochanterTensor Fasciae lataeGracilisSemitendinosusBiceps FemorisVastus LateralisSemimembranosusBiceps Femoris (Short Head)Iliotibial BandTrapeziusAcromion ProcessDeltoid (Tendinous Portion)DeltoidInfraspinatusTeres MinorTriceps (Long Head)Teres MajorRhomboideusTriceps (Lateral Head)Latissimus DorsiTriceps (Medial Head)Triceps (Tendinous Portion)External ObliqueLatissimus Dorsi (Tendinous Portion)Crest of the IliumSacrospinalisGluteus MediusGluteus MaximusGreat TrochanterTensor Fasciae LataeBiceps FemorisVastus LateralisSemitendinosusBiceps Femoris (Short Head)Iliotibial Band“Écorché, The Male Athlete, Muscles of the Trunk, Posterior View V”
    • Humanis Anatomicae© Copyright 2008 by Michael M. HensleyPectoralis Major (Clavicular Portion)DeltoidLatissimus DorsiCoracobrachialisTriceps (Long Head)BicepsTriceps (Medial Head)Triceps (Tendinous Portion)BrachialisMedial EpicondyleOlecranonPronator TeresBrachioradialisLacertus FibrosusFlexor Carpi RadialisPalmaris LongusFlexor Carpi UlnarisFlexor Pollicis LongusPronator QuadratusDorsal Carpal LigamentHead of the UlnaPisiform BoneDeltoidInfraspinatusTeres MinorTeres MajorTriceps (Long Head)Triceps (Lateral Head)BicepsBrachialisTriceps (Tendinous Portion)BrachioradialisLateral EpicondyleOlecranonExtensor Carpi Radialis LongusAnconeusExtensor Carpi Radialis BrevisFlexor Carpi UlnarisExtensor Carpi UlnarisExtensor Digitorum CommunisAbductor Pollicis LongusExtensor Pollicies BreviHead of the UlnaDorsal Carpal Ligament“Écorché, Muscles of the Human Arm, Lateral & Medial View I”
    • Humanis Anatomicae© Copyright 2008 by Michael M. HensleyDeltoidInfraspinatusTeres MinorTeres MajorTriceps (Long Head)Triceps (Lateral Head)BicepsBrachialisTriceps (Tendinous Portion)Lateral EpicondyleOlecranonBrachioradialisExtensor Carpi Radialis LongusAnconeusExtensor Carpi UlnarisExtensor Carpi Radialis BrevisExtensor Digitorum CommunisAbductor Pollicis LongusExtensor Pollicies BreviDorsal Carpal LigamentPectoralis Major (Clavicular Portion)DeltoidLatissimus DorsiCoracobrachialisTriceps (Long Head)BicepsTriceps (Medial Head)Triceps (Tendinous Portion)BrachialisMedial EpicondyleOlecranonPronator TeresBrachioradialisLacertus FibrosusFlexor Carpi RadialisPalmaris LongusFlexor Carpi UlnarisFlexor Digitorum SublimisDorsal Carpal LigamentHead of the UlnaPisiform Bone“Écorché, Muscles of the Human Arm, Lateral & Medial View II”
    • Humanis Anatomicae© Copyright 2008 by Michael M. HensleyDeltoidInfraspinatusTeres MinorTeres MajorBicepsBrachialisTriceps (Long Head)Triceps (Lateral Head)BrachioradialisExtensor Carpi Radialis LongusTriceps (Tendinous Portion)Lateral EpicondyleAnconeusOlecranonPronator QuadratusPisiform BoneHead of the UlnaFlexor Digitorum SublimisFlexor Pollicis LongusFlexor Carpi UlnarisBrachioradialisFlexor Carpi RadialisPalmaris LongusRadiusExtensor Pollicis BrevisHead of UlnaAbductor Pollicis LongusExtensor Carpi Radialis LongusExtensor Digitorum CommunisExtensor Carpi UlnarisFlexor Carpi UlnarisDeltoidPectoralis Major (Clavicular Portion)CoracobrachialisPectoralis MajorTriceps (Long Head)Triceps (Medial Head)BicepsBiceps (Tendinous Portion)BrachialisPronator TeresMedial EpicondyleOlecranon“Écorché, Muscles of the Human Arm, Lateral & Medial View III”
    • Humanis Anatomicae© Copyright 2008 by Michael M. HensleyDeltoidInfraspinatusTeres MinorTeres MajorTriceps (Long Head)Triceps (Lateral Head)Triceps (Medial Head)BicepsBrachialisTriceps (Tendinous Portion)BrachioradialisLateral EpicondyleOlecranonExtensor Carpi Radialis LongusAnconeusExtensor Carpi UlnarisFlexor Carpi UlnarisExtensor Digitorum CommunisHead of the UlnaDorsal Carpal LigamentPisiform BoneDeltoid (Tendinous Portion)DeltoidInfraspinatusTeres MinorTriceps (Long Head)Teres MajorTriceps (Medial Head)Triceps (Lateral Head)Triceps (Tendinous Portion)BrachioradialisExtensor Carpi Radialis LongusOlecranonMedial EpicondyleAnconeusExtensor Carpi Radialis BrevisFlexor Carpi UlnarisExtensor Carpi UlnarisExtensor Digitorum CommunisAbductor Pollicis LongusExtensor Pollicies BreviHead of the UlnaDorsal Carpal Ligament“Écorché, Muscles of the Human Arm, Posterior & Lateral View”
    • Humanis Anatomicae© Copyright 2008 by Michael M. HensleyDeltoidInfraspinatusTeres MinorTeres MajorTriceps (Long Head)Triceps (Lateral Head)Triceps (Medial Head)BicepsBrachialisTriceps (Tendinous Portion)BrachioradialisLateral EpicondyleOlecranonExtensor Carpi Radialis LongusAnconeusExtensor Carpi UlnarisFlexor Carpi UlnarisExtensor Digitorum CommunisHead of the UlnaDorsal Carpal LigamentPisiform BoneDeltoid (Tendinous Portion)DeltoidInfraspinatusTeres MinorTriceps (Long Head)Teres MajorTriceps (Medial Head)Triceps (Lateral Head)Triceps (Tendinous Portion)BrachioradialisExtensor Carpi Radialis LongusOlecranonMedial EpicondyleAnconeusExtensor Carpi Radialis BrevisFlexor Carpi UlnarisExtensor Carpi UlnarisExtensor Digitorum CommunisAbductor Pollicis LongusExtensor Pollicies BreviHead of the UlnaDorsal Carpal Ligament“Écorché, Muscles of the Human Arm, Posterior & Lateral View”
    • Humanis Anatomicae© Copyright 2008 by Michael M. HensleyFlexor Digitorum SublimisFlexor Carpi UlnarisPisiform BoneTransverse Carpal LigamentPalmaris BrevisOpponens Digiti QuintiFlexor Digiti Quinti BrevisAbductor Digiti QuintiTendons of the FlexorDigitorum SublimisFlexor Pollicis LongusPalmaris LongusFlexor Carpi RadialisPronator QuadratusDorsal Carpal LigamentRadiusExtensor Pollicis BrevisAbductor Pollicis LongusOpponens PollicisAbductor Pollicis BrevisFlexor Pollicis BrevisFlexor Pollicis LongusAdductor PollicisInterosseousLumbricals“Écorché, Muscles of the Human Hand, Anterior View”
    • Humanis Anatomicae© Copyright 2008 by Michael M. HensleyAbductor Pollicis LongusFlexor Carpi RadialisPalmaris LongusExtensor Pollicis BrevisAbductor Pollicis BrevisExtensor Pollicis LongusOpponens PollicisAdductor PollicisExtensor Digitorum CommunisRadiusExtensor Carpi Radialis BrevisExtensor Carpi Radialis LongusExtensor Carpi Radialis BrevisExtensor Carpi Radialis LongusExtensor Digitorum CommunisInterosseousMetacarpal Head“Écorché, Muscles of the Human Hand, Lateral View”
    • Humanis Anatomicae© Copyright 2008 by Michael M. HensleyFlexor Carpi UlnarisExtensor Carpi UlnarisExtensor Digitorum CommunisHead of UlnaDorsal Carpal LigamentPisiform BoneExtensor Carpi UlnarisPalmaris BrevisAbductor Digiti QuintiExtensor Digiti Quinti PropriusExtensor Digitorum CommunisMetacarpal HeadOpponens PollicisAbductor Pollicis BrevisAbductor PollicisFlexor Pollicis Longus“Écorché, Muscles of the Human Hand, Medial View”
    • Humanis Anatomicae© Copyright 2008 by Michael M. HensleyAbductor Pollicis LongusExtensor Pollicies BrevisExtensor Digitorum CommunisExtensor Carpi Radialis BrevisRadiusDorsal Carpal LigamentExtensor Pollicis LongusEstensor Carpi Radialis BrevisExtensor Pollicis BrevisExtensor Carpi Radialis LongusInterosseousHead of MetacarpalAbductor Pollicis BrevisHead of MetacarpalExtensor Indicis PropriusFlexor Carpi UlnarisExtensor Digiti Quinti PropriusExtensor Carpi UlnarisUlnaExtensor Carpi UlnarisAbductor Digiti QuintiInterosseousHead of the Metacarpal“Écorché, Muscles of the Human Hand, Posterior View”
    • Humanis Anatomicae© Copyright 2008 by Michael M. HensleyPeroneus LongusExtensor Digitorum LongusLateral MalleolusExtensor Digitorum BrevisPeroneus BrevisPeroneus TertiusTibialis AnteriorExtensor Hallucis LongusMedial MalleolusCruciate LigamentTibialis AnteriorExtensor Hallucis BrevisFirst Cuneiform BoneExtensor Hallucis LongusFirst Metatarsal BoneTendons of the Extensor Digitorum LongusAbductor Hallucis LongusInterosseousProximal Phalanx BoneExtensor Hallucis LongusTendon of the Tibialis AnteriorSoleusAchilles TendonFlexor Digitorum LongusFlexor Hallucis LongusMedial MalleolusTibialis PosteriorLaciniate LigamentAbductor Hallucis“Écorché, Muscles of the Human Foot, Anterior & Medial View”Adductor DigitiQuintiFirst Cuneiform BoneTalusNavicular BoneFirst Metatarsal Bone
    • Humanis Anatomicae© Copyright 2008 by Michael M. Hensley“Écorché, Muscles of the Human Foot, Posterior & Lateral View”Achilles TendonSoleusFlexor Digitorum LongusTibialis PosteriorMedial MalleolusFlexor Hallucis LongusLaciniate LigamentCalcaneusSoleusPeroneus LongusFlexor Hallucis LongusPeroneus BrevisLateral MalleolusFifth MetatarsalAbductor Digiti QuintiExtensor Digitorum LongusTibialis AnteriorExtensor Hallucis LongusCruciate LigamentExtensor Digitorum BrevisAchilles TendonPeroneus LongusPeroneus BrevisLateral MalleolusPeroneus TertiusPeroneus BrevisPeroneus LongusAbductor Digiti QuintiExtensor Digitorum LongusLaciniate LigamentPeroneus BrevisPeroneus LongusPeroneus TertiusTendons of the Extensor Digitorum LongusInterosseousAbductor Digiti Quinti
    • Humanis Anatomicae© Copyright 2008 by Michael M. HensleyAnterior Superior Iliac SpineGluteus MediusIliopsoasTensor Fasciae LataeGluteus MaximusPectinousSartorialAdductor LongusGracelessRectus FemursVastus LateralisVastus MedialisQuadriceps TendonIliotibial BandBiceps Femoris (Short Head)PatellaPatellar LigamentHead of the FibulaFat PadTibial TuberositySoleusMedial Surface of the TibiaGastrocnemiusPeroneus LongusExtensor Digitorum LongusTibialis AnteriorSoleusPeroneus BrevisFlexor Digitorum LongusExtensor Hallucis LongusPeroneus TertiusMedial MalleolusLateral MalleolusExtensor Digitorum BrevisGluteus MediusGluteus MaximusGreat TrochanterTensor Fasciae LataeAdductor MagnusVastus LateralisGracilisSemitendinosusBiceps Femoris (Long Head)SemimembranosusGracilisBiceps Femoris (Short Head)Plopliteal FossaVastus MedialisSartoriusPlantarisHead of the FibulaGastrocnemiusPeroneus LongusSoleusPeroneus BrevisAchilles TendonMedial MalleolusLateral MalleolusCalcaneus“Écorché, Muscles of the Human Leg, Anterior & Posterior View”
    • Humanis Anatomicae© Copyright 2008 by Michael M. HensleyAnterior Superior Iliac SpineIliacusPsoasPectineusAdductor MagnusGracilisSemimembranosusSemitendinosusSartoriusRectus FemorisVastus MedialisSemitendinosusMedial Condyle of the FemurPatellaFat PadMedial Condyle of the TibiaPatellar LigamentGooseneckTibial TuberosityGastrocnemiusMedial Surface of TibiaSoleusAchilles TendonFlexor Digitorum LongusFlexor Hallucis LongusMedial MalleolusCalcaneusAnterior Superior Iliac SpineGluteus MediusTensor Fasciae LataeGluteus MaximusGreat TrochanterRectus FemorisSemitendinosusVastus LateralisBiceps FemorisBiceps Femoris (Tendinous Portion)Biceps Femoris (Short Head)SemimembranosusIliotibial BandHead of the FibulaGastrocnemiusSoleusPeroneus LongusExtensor Digitorum LongusTibialis AnteriorPeroneus BrevisLateral MalleolusCalcaneusVastus MedialisQuadriceps TendonPatellaFat PadPatellar LigamentExtensor Hallucis LongusPeroneus TertiusCruciate Ligament“Écorché, Muscles of the Human Leg, Lateral & Medial View I”
    • Humanis Anatomicae© Copyright 2008 by Michael M. HensleyBiceps FemorisBiceps Femoris (Short Head)Iliotibial BandHead of the FibulaGastrocnemiusSoleusPeroneus LongusExtensor Digitorum LongusTibialis AnteriorPeroneus BrevisExtensor Hallucis LongusPeroneus TertiusCruciate LigamentLateral MalleolusCalcaneusAnterior Superior Iliac SpineGluteus MediusTensor Fasciae LataeTensor Fasciae LataeGreat TrochanterRectus FemorisGluteus MaximusVastus LateralisTensor Fasciae LataeSartoriusIliopsoasRectus FemorisPectineusGracilisAdductor MagnusVastus MedialisSemimembranosusSemitendinosusSartoriusQuadriceps TendonPatellaFat PadPatellar LigamentTibial TuberosityGastrocnemiusMedial Surface of TibiaTibialis AnteriorSoleusAchilles TendonFlexor Digitorum LongusFlexor Hallucis LongusMedial MalleolusCalcaneusVastus MedialisQuadriceps TendonPatellaFat PadTibial TuberosityCruciate Ligament“Écorché, Muscles of the Human Leg, Lateral & Medial View II”
    • Humanis Anatomicae© Copyright 2008 by Michael M. HensleySartoriusPectineusGracilisAdductor MagnusSemimembranosusSemitendinosusRectus FemorisVastus MedialisQuadriceps TendonPatellaFat PadPatellar LigamentTibial TuberosityGooseneckMedial Surface of TibiaTibialis AnteriorAchilles TendonFlexor Digitorum LongusCruciate LigamentVastus MedialisVastus LateralisQuadriceps TendonPatellaIliotibial BandBiceps Femoris (Short Head)Tibial TuberosityGastrocnemiusSoleusPeroneus LongusExtensor Digitorum LongusTibialis AnteriorPeroneus BrevisExtensor Hallucis LongusPeroneus TertiusCruciate LigamentLateral MalleolusCalcaneusAnterior Superior Iliac SpineGluteus MediusRectus FemorisTensor Fasciae LataeGreat TrochanterGluteus MaximusBiceps FemorisGastrocnemiusSoleusFlexor Hallucis LongusMedial MalleolusCalcaneus“Écorché, Muscles of the Human Leg, Lateral & Medial View III”
    • Humanis Anatomicae© Copyright 2008 by Michael M. HensleyAnterior Superior Iliac SpineGluteus MediusTensor Fasciae LataeGreat TrochanterGluteus MaximusVastus LateralisGluteus MaximusBiceps FemorisSemitendinosusRectus FemorisVastus MedialisQuadriceps TendonPatellaIliotibial BandBiceps Femoris (Short Head)Fat PadGastrocnemiusTibial TuberosityPeroneus LongusSoleusExtensor Digitorum LongusTibialis AnteriorExtensor Hallucis LongusPeroneus TertiusPeroneus BrevisCalcaneusLateral MalleolusCruciate LigamentPatellaFat PadPatellar LigamentTibial TuberosityMedial Surface of the TibiaTibialis AnteriorGastrocnemiusSoleusFlexor Digitorum LongusFlexor Hallucis LongusMedial MalleolusCalcaneusAbductor HallucisQuadriceps TendonVastus MedialisMedial Condyle of the FemurMedial Condyle of the TibiaRectus FemorisSartoriusSemimembranosusPectineusGracilisSemitendinosusAdductor Magnus“Écorché, Muscles of the Human Leg, Lateral & Medial View IV”