The quadriceps group includes all of the following, except the
A. vastus lateralis.
B. biceps femoris.
C. vastus medialis.
D. rectus femoris.
E. vastus intermedius
The quadriceps muscle group represents four distinct muscles that work together in order to produce extension in the leg at the knee joint. These muscles are found on the anterior side of the leg.
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fromChapter 14 / Lesson 14
This lesson introduces the major skeletal muscle groups of the human body. It includes illustrations, examples, and descriptions for each major group. A brief quiz and summation of key points are also included.