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Origin – Ischial Tuberosity
Insertion – Bones of leg Tibia / Fibula
Supplied by Tibial division of Sciatic Nv.
Flexors of knee and extensors of Hip
Ischial part of Adductor Magnus
Rt. Knee lat. Side
SACRAL PLEXUS – SCIATIC NERVE
Common peroneal part
Q.Femoris / Inf.Gem.
Compression of nerve against femur
- Unusual stretching after sitting for long time
“ Sleeping foot”
- Shooting pain along cutaneous distribution of
sciatic nerve – begins in gluteal region; radiates
to back of thigh, lateral side of leg, dorsum of foot.
- Compression of sciatic nerve by
Osteoarhtitis, Lumbar disc prolapse,
spondylolisthiasis, Fibrositis, Neuritis etc.
penetrating wounds, dislocation / fracture
of pelvis – foot drop and sensory loss.
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