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What are the 4 superficial muscles of the gluteal region?

Gluteus maximus
Gluteus medius
Gluteus minimus
Tensor fasciae latae

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What are the 6 deep gluteal muscles, superior to inferior?

-piriformis
-gemelli superior
-obturator internus
-gemelli inferior
-obturator externus
-quadratus femoris

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What is the gluteus maximus innervated by?

The inferior gluteal nerve

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What is the arterial supply to gluteus maximus?

Superior and inferior gluteal arteries

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What is the function of the gluteal muscles?

Lateral rotation

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What are the two exceptions to functions of the gluteal muscles and what do they do?

Gluteus medius and gluteus minimus
They medially rotate the thigh

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What is the function of gluteus maximus?

Extension of the thigh and lateral rotation.

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What is the function of gluteus medius and minimus?

Medial rotation and abduction of the thigh.
Prevents pelvic drop when walking.

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What is the innervation of gluteus medius and minimus?

The superior gluteal nerve.

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What three muscles form the triceps coxae?

Obturator internus, gemelli (superior and inferior)

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What is the function of the triceps coxae muscles?

Lateral rotation of the extended thigh and abduction of the flexed thigh

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What is the innervation of piriformis?

Branches of anterior rami

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What is the action of piriformis?

Lateral rotation of extended thigh and abduction of flexed thigh.

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Where is the safe intramuscular injection site?

The superolateral quadrant of the thigh
The anterolateral quadrant

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What is the name of the test used to test for gluteal nerve damage?

Trendelenberg test

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