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Ch 9: Iliac Region Muscles

About This Chapter

Refresh your understanding of the muscles in the illiac region with help from this informative chapter. You'll find short lessons in this chapter that are accessible 24 hours a day on your mobile device to help you study for a nursing test or finish a challenging homework assignment.

Illiac Region Muscles - Chapter Summary

Our instructors present topics related to muscles of the illiac region of the human body in this chapter. These lessons cover the function of these muscles, possible injuries and other related muscles. Professional instructors have written these learning tools, so you can feel confident you're learning the most accurate information possible. As a great way to test your understanding ahead of an exam, we've provided short quizzes after each lesson. Feel free to reach out to an instructor with any questions you might have along the way. After completing this chapter, you should be able to:

  • Define the iliacus muscle and list its functions
  • Outline the symptoms and injuries associated with iliacus muscle dysfunction
  • Identify the function and attachments of the psoas major muscle
  • Detail pain and injury in the psoas major muscle

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