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Latissimus dorsi Lower six thoracic spinous processes, lum- cervical nerve roots Adducts, internally rotates, and bosacral fascia, iliac crest to bicipital groove of 7 and 8 via the tho- extends the humerus. Stabilizes the humerus. racodorsal nerve ilia and the lumbosacral aponeurosis. Co-{:ontracts with quadratus lumborum. 34 The transversus and obliquus abdominal muscles. Blending posteriorly with the lumbodorsal fascia and anteriorly with the rectus abdominis and linea alba, they are the walls of the abdominal cavity, as well as extensions of the pelvic fascias.

Anterior-Superior #lise Spine (ASISJ­ To evaluate for innominate rotation anterior surface 16. Anterior-Superior #lise Spine (ASISJ- To evaluate for flare subluxation medial surface 17. Umbilicus Used as a mid-line marker for flare evaluation 3 4 THF. MUSCLE ENERGY MANUAL Pelvic Landmarks (continued) Bony Landmarks for Determining Anatomic Leg Length or Assessing Pelvic Dysgenesis Iliac Crests - Superior Surfaces. These most superior surfaces of the ilia are usually easily found in the standing subject.

S em. , far enough lateral to avoid the cornua, whose size and shape may not be symmetrical, but not so far lateral as to fall off the sides of the sacrum. 5 kilogram-to expe­ rience the relatively unyielding hardness of the bone. Lowering the head to make the line of sight nearly hori­ zontal, the thumbs are observed for posterior displacement on one side. Gluteal muscle tensions can influence this observation. 25. Examiner's thumb positioned on the posterior surface of the I LA, just lateral to the index finger palpating the sacral hiatus.

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