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3.1 Head Chest Muscl

Head, chest, abdomin, and neck muscles

Flat tendon at the top of the head: Epicranial aponeurosis
This muscle pulls the scalp backward Occipitalis muscle
This muscle pulls the scalp forward Frontalis muscle
This muscle tightens the scalp and moves the ears foward Temporalis muscle
The temporalis muscle is part of what group of muscles? The temporoparietal group
This group contains 3 muscles and moves the ear upward, forward, and backward. (the anterior, superior, and posterior) The auricular group
This muscle compressed the cheeks for smiling and blowing. The buccinator or "trumpeter" muscle
This muscle bring the eyebrows together. The corrugator supercilii muscle
This muscle moves the eyelids. The orbicularis muscle
These are your chewing muscle. The masseter muscles
These muscles open and close the mouth. The pterygoids
This muscle is located on each side of your neck and allow to you move your head. The sternocleidomastoid
This muscle is on the back of your neck and allows you to shrug your shoulders The trapezius muscle
This muscle adduct the arm and causes the arms to be crossed. The pectoralis major
This muscle is located in your chest. allows the lungs to fill with air. The diaphragm
This muscle lifts the ribs during inspiration. The external intercostals
This muscle lowers the ribs during expiration The internal intercostals
The outter most layer of the abdominal cavity. The external obliques
The middle layer of the abdominal cavity. The internal obliques
The inner layer of the abdominal cavity. The transverus abdominus
This muscle runs down the midline of the abdomen and helps flex the spinal column. The rectus abdominis
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