Anatomy Upper Leg Muscles

Anatomy Upper Leg Muscles. It consists of knee bones, knee tendons and knee ligaments. They receive their innervation via the deep fibular nerve.

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The dorsal tissue develops the muscles of the back of the shoulder and the rear (extensor) side of the forearm and hand. They start at the pelvis (hip bone) and femur (thigh bone) and extend down to the patella (kneecap) and tibia (shin bone). The muscles of the leg are typically divided into three main groups.

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