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Liz Q1 Muscular

Quiz 1 over Muscular Sys

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Three types of muscle Skeletal, Smooth, Cardiac
Muscles attachment to the stationary bone Origin
Muscles attachment to the moveable bone Insertion
Tendons connect Muscle to bone
Ligaments connect Bone to bone
Aponeurosis connects Muscle to muscle
Bi- Two
My/o- Muscle
Dys- Difficult, painful
Ton/o- Tension, tone, stretchin
-plegia Paralysis, stroke
Kines/o- Motion
Cardiac muscle is found Heart
Smooth muscle is found Hollow organs - digestive tract, bv, uterus, ducts
Prolonged inactivity causes muscle to shrink in mass Atrophy
Movement that makes the angle bt bones smaller Flexion
Increase in muscle size and strength Hypertrophy
Muscle cells are stimulated by a muscle fiber Motor neuron
The covering of muscles that bind them together Fascia
Skeletal muscle Voluntary
Muscles that help the prime movers Synergist
Created by: elizabeth-mcw