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Muscles of the pelvic floor, arms, legs, feet, and hands.

This muscular floor gives support to the pelvic oepning. Perineum
These muscles (2) support the pelvic organs and assist in childbirth and defecation: The levator ani and coccygeus
This muscle keeps the anus closed The sphincter ani
extends lower arm triceps brachii
flexes lower arm brachialis
flexes lower arm and supinates arm biceps brachii
flexes and pronates lower arm pronator teres
laterally rotates thigh, extends and abducts thigh when flexed internal obdurator
laterally rotates the thigh external obdurator
laterally abducts, rotates, extends thigh piriformis
flexes and extends leg in addition to laterally rotating thigh quadratus femoris
abduct and rotate thigh gluteus minimus and medius
extends and rotates thigh gluteus maximus
draw back the thighs after abduction adductors (longus, brevis, magnus)
flexes and adducts let and thigh gracilis
flexes let and extends footcalf muscle gastocnemius
flexes and adducts leg in cross-legged position sartorius
muscles located in leg that move bones in foot extrinsic foot muscles
muscles within foot that produce toe movement intrinsic foot muscles
Created by: FMHSAHS102