popliteus

<anatomy, muscle> Origin, lateral condyle of femur; insertion, posterior surface of tibia above oblique line; action, from the fully extended and 'locked' position, rotates the femur medially, on the fixed (planted) tibial plateau about 5°, 'unlocking' the knee to enable flexion to occur; nerve supply, tibial. ... Synonym: musculus popliteus...
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popliteus

(muscle) Type: Term Definitions: 1. muscle forming floor of popliteal fossa; origin, lateral condyle of femur; insertion, posterior surface of tibia above oblique line; action, from the fully extended and 'locked' position, rotates the femur medially, on the fixed (planted) tibial plateau about 5°, 'unlocking' the knee to enable...
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popliteus

Latin poples = the ham or thigh, and sometimes, the knee; adjective, popliteal, referring to the fossa behind the knee or its contents.
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popliteus

Type: Term Pronunciation: pop-lit′ē-ŭs Synonyms: popliteal, popliteal fossa, popliteus (muscle)
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