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muscular test review

muscular system test review

connection of muscle to a stationary bone origin
connection of muscle to a bone that moves inseration
muscle connected to internal organs visceral muscle
pain in many muscles polymyalgia
pertaining to the heart muscles mycardial
fibrous membrane seperating muscles fascia
wasting/fading away of muscle atrophy
malignant tumor of smooth muscle leiomyosarcoma
tough cord/band of dense white connective tissue that attaches a muscle to another part tendon
study of muscles myology
lack of tone/flabbiness of muscle flaccid
muscles responsible for prime action antagonists
muscles that assist the prime movers by stablizing the joints synergist
outer most sheath of connective tissue that surrounds the skeletal muscles fascia/epimysium
system of human body & their muscles that work to produce movement muscular system
true charactertics of cardic muscle tissue contracts moderatly fast in response to stimulation to nerve impulses - "D"
a characteristic of smooth muscle contracts slowly in response to stimulation to nerve impulses
term meaning controlled by will voluntary
increase in size of organ/structure hypertrophy
term for wasting away atrophy
flat thin fibrous sheet of connective tissue that attaches muscle to bone or other tissue ather their origin/insertion aponeurosis
ability to respond to stimuli irritability
muscular system composes what % of total body wght 35 - 50
with in a muscle intramuscular
when the epimesium in the form of a strong tough cord tendon
muscle must be ???? attached to structures they pull on during contractions firmly
muscles are enclosed in; which is continous w/ fibrous structures that attach muscle to bone or other structures epimesium/fascia
a major function of muscle assist in movement
ability to transmit impulses conductivity
ability to resume former length after the stretching force is removed elasticity
correct action of tensor muscles tense apart, make more rigid
action of of levator muscle to lift a part
correct action of depressor muscle to lower a part
action of a supinator muscle turn palm upward
action of a sphincter mucles close a body opening
action of a abductor muscle move away a part
action of a adductor muscle move toward part
??? of skeletal muscle is caused in 1 of 2 ways contraction
muscles move the body by ???? on bones pulling
muscles that move a part of the body usually lie proximal to the part they move
muscles act in groups
muscle cells get their energy to contract from simple sugars
which muscle groups are used in defaction, urination and forms the pelvic cavity perineal
which muscles assist in respiration and movement of the head,neck and trunk chest muscles
skeletal muscles that close the eyelids orbicularis oculi
skeletal muscles that close the jaw for chewing masseter
skeletal muscles used for smiling,blowing & whistling buccinator
muscles that move the shoulders by raising and throwing them back; assists in moving the head; acts as insertion trapesius muscle
muscle that turns the head sternocleidomastoid
Created by: clmcnees