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muscles

TermDefinition
Triceps brachii The only muscle fleshing out the posterior humerus.
Biceps brachii The most familiar muscle of the arm.
Brachialis This muscle lies deep to the biceps muscle and is as important as the biceps in elbow flexion.
Brachioradialis This muscle is fairly weak.
Flexor carpi radialis It is a muscle that is a relatively thin and located on the anterior part of the forearm
Extensor carpi radialis longus This muscle aids in moving the hand.
Flexor carpi ulnaris It arises, along with the other superficial muscles
Extensor carpi ulnaris This muscle allows the wrist, or carpus, to extend and bend.
Extensor digitorum It is one of the key muscles on the backside of the forearm.
Rectus abdominis Paired straplike muscles that are the most superficial muscles of the abdomen.
External oblique Paired superficial muscles that make up the lateral walls of the abdomen.
Internal oblique Paired muscles that are deep to the external obliques.
Transversus abdominis The deepest muscle of the abdominal wall
Gluteus medius beneath the gluteus maximus
Gluteus maximus A superficial muscle of the hip that forms most of the flesh of the buttock.
Created by: emarroquin