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Anatomy 2 Muskles ch

Muscle tissue fibers are connected by a connective tissue membrane Endomysium
The fibrous connective tissue that surrounds the muscle organ and is outside the epimysium and tendon is called the: Fascia
The point of attachment that does not move when the muscle contracts is the: origin
The term _____ is used to describe a muscle that directly performs a specific movement. agonist
The central body portion of the muscle is the: Belly
Superficial Muscles are named according to: Location, function, shape and size
The occipitofrontalis muscle can be found in the: Face
The external and internal oblique muscles can be found in the Abdominal Wall
Which of the following muscles are referred to as the "rotator cuff" muscles? Infraspinatus, supraspinatus, subscapularis, and teres minor
Muscles that move the Wrist Hand and Fingers Extrinsic or Intrinsic
The tendon common to both the gastrocnemius and soleus is called the Calcaneal
The continuous low level of sustained contraction maintained by all skeletal muscles is muscle: Tone
Created by: tmiczikus