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Fig. 6.18 In this dissection laid around a
living leg, we see how the arch stirrup has
connection right up the leg to the pelvis.
(DVD ref: Early Dissective Evidence)
Fig. 6.19 The 'jump rope' of the lower
Spiral Line, on its own, with the short head
of the biceps femoris reflected back.
Fig. 6.20 Beneath the express of the long head of the biceps
femoris lies a set of two locals termed the '4th hamstring'. It
consists of the short head of the biceps running from the fibula up
the linea aspera of the femur, and the middle section of the
adductor magnus running from the same place on the femur up to
the ischial ramus just in front of the hamstrings.