Hamstring muscles: architecture and innervation.

@article{Woodley2005HamstringMA,
  title={Hamstring muscles: architecture and innervation.},
  author={Stephanie Jane Woodley and Susan R Mercer},
  journal={Cells, tissues, organs},
  year={2005},
  volume={179 3},
  pages={125-41}
}
Knowledge of the anatomical organization of the hamstring muscles is necessary to understand their functions, and to assist in the development of accurate clinical and biomechanical models. The hamstring muscles were examined by dissection in six embalmed human lower limbs with the purpose of clarifying their gross morphology. In addition to obtaining evidence for or against anatomical partitioning (as based on muscle architecture and pattern of innervation), data pertaining to architectural… CONTINUE READING
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