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circles around the eye orbicularis oculi
circles around the mouth orbicularis oris
in the cheek buccinator
zygomatic bone to the corner of the mouth zygomaticus major
zygomatic arch to the mandible masseter
temporal bone to the mandible temporalis
thick cord-like muscle that goes from the sternum and clavicle to the mastoid process sternocleidomastoid
triangular muscle that runs from the occipital bone trapezius
large chest muscle pectoralis major
small chest muscle; deep to the pectoralis major pectoralis minor
cap of the shoulder; attaches to the humerus deltoid
anterior arm; runs from the scapula to the radius biceps brachii
posterior arm; extends from the scapula to the olecranon process of the ulna triceps brachii
posterior forearm; superficial; in the center of the forearm extensor digitorum
anterior forearm; deep; in the center of the forearm flexor digitorum
large superficial muscle; inferior to the trapezius latissimus dorsi
in between the ribs; angle down and medially external intercostals
in between the ribs; angle down and laterally internal intercostals
large flat muscle; inferior to the lungs diaphragm
straight, superficial, medial, abdominal muscle rectus abdominis
lateral abdominal muscle that angles down and medially external oblique
deep to the external oblique, it angles down and laterally internal oblique
deep to the internal oblique, it runs transverse across the abdomen transversus abdominis
runs across the anterior upper leg from the ASIS to the medial tibia sartorius
runs straight down the center of the anterior upper leg from the pelvis to the patellar ligament rectus femoris
runs along the lateral side of the rectus femoris vastus lateralis
runs along the medial side of the rectus femoris vastus medialis
medial upper leg; runs from the pubic bone to the femur adductor group (brevis
long strap-like muscle that is on the medial upper leg gracilis
large, superficial muscle of the buttocks gluteus maximus
most of this muscle is deep to the gluteus maximus gluteus medius
posterior, upper leg; runs from the ischium to the lateral tibia biceps femoris
posterior, upper leg; (has a very prominent tendon semitendinosus
posterior, upper leg (membranosus) semimembranosus
lateral, upper leg; (has a lot of fascia) tensor fasciae latae
posterior, lower leg, superficia gastrocnemius
deep to the gastrocnemius soleus
lateral group of muscles on the lower leg peroneus group
Created by: kalason