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KOV #3

KOV # 3 Muscles

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Is Rectus Abdominis a phasic or postural muscle? (M. Bentley Lecture 3/17/09) Phasic, It weakens under stress (M. Bentley Lecture 3/17/09)
What are Rectus Abdominis attachment sites? (TG Pg. 216) Pubic Crest, Xipoid Process, Costal Cartilage of 5th 6th and 7th Ribs. (TG Pg. 216)
What are the actions of Rectus Abdominis? (TG Pg. 216 M. Bentley Lecture 3/17/09) Spinal Flexion (Especially T-spine and L-spine) Assists in Forced Expiration, coughing. (TG. Pg 216 M. Bentley Lecture 3/17/09)
What are synergists to Rectus Abdominis? (M. Bentley 3/17/09) Flexion: External and Internal Obliques, Iliopsoas Overall Movement: Pyramidalis (M. Bentley 3/17/09)
Where does rectus abdominis meet medially? (M. Bentley 3/17/09) Linea Alba (M. Bentley 3/17/09)
What are the attachments for External Oblique? (M. Bentley 3/17/09) Outer and Inferior border of last 7 or 8 ribs Anterior half of Iliac Crest Abdominal Aponurosis (M. Bentley 3/17/09)
What are actions of External Oblique?(M. Bentley 3/17/09) Unilaterally rotates to the opposite sideFlexion to the same sideHelps compress abdominal contentsDepresses the ribs during foreceful exhalationStabalizes the Pelvis(M. Bentley 3/17/09)
What are synergists to External Obliques for Felxion to the same side?(M. Bentley 3/17/09) Rectus Abdominis and Internal Obliques(M. Bentley 3/17/09)
What are the attachment for Internal Obliques?(M. Bentley 3/17/09) Tharocolumbar FasciaLateral Inguinal LigamentAnterior 2/3rds of Iliac CrestCostal Cartilages ribs 9-12(M. Bentley 3/17/09)
What are the actions of Internal Oblique?(M. Bentley 3/17/09) Spinal FlexionUnilaterally Laterally flexes to the same sideRotates to the same sideHelps compress abdominal contentsAides in forced Exhalation(M. Bentley 3/17/09)
What are synergists to Internal Obliques for Flexion to the same side?(M. Bentley 3/17/09) External Oblique and Rectus Abdominis(M. Bentley 3/17/09)
What are attachments for Transverse Abdominis?(M. Bentley 3/17/09) Lateral Inguinal LigamentIliac CrestTharocolumbar FasciaInternal surface lower 6 ribs (6-12)Anterior Superior Iliac SpineAbdominal Fascia(M. Bentley 3/17/09)
What are the actions of transverse abdominis?(M. Bentley 3/17/09) Every Lumbar Spine MovementCompression of abdominal contents(M.Bentley 3/17/09)
What are synergists to Transverse Abdominis in compressing the abdominal contents?(M. Bentley 3/17/09) External and Internal Obliques(M. Bentley 3/17/09)
Pyramidalis is missing in about ___% of the population.(M. Bentley 3/17/09) 20(M. Bentley 3/17/09)
What are attachments for Pyramidalis?(M. Bentley 3/17/09) Pubic LigamentAnterior Surface of Pubic CrestLinea Alba(M. Bentley 3/17/09)
What is the action of Pyramidalis?(M. Bentley 3/17/09) To Tense Linea Alba(M. Bentley 3/17/09)
What is the synergist to Pyramidalis?(M. Bentley 3/17/09) Rectus Abdominis(M. Bentley 3/17/09)
What are the attachments of Quadratus Lumborum?(M. Bentley 3/17/09) Iliolumbar ligamentPosterior Iliac CrestTransverse processes L1-L412th Rib(M. Bentley 3/17/09)
What are the action of Quadratus Lumborum? (M.Bentley 3/17/09) Unilaterally elevates the hipUnilaterally laterally flexes the spineRotates spine of the oposite sideBilaterally assists in spinal extensionStabalizes lumar spineStabalizes 12th rib specially during forceful exhalation(M. Bentley 3/17/09)
What are synergists to Quadratus Lumborum in lateral flexion?(M. Bentley 3/17/09) Spinalis, Longissimus, Iliocostalis, Deep Paraspinals, Obliques(M. Bentley 3/17/09)
What are the attachments of Serratus Posterior Superior?(M. Bentley 3/17/09) Spinous processes C7 - T3Posterior surface of 2nd through 5th Ribs(M. Bentley 3/17/09)
What is different about Serratus Posterior Superior?(M. Bentley 3/17/09) The action is not known
What is the possible action of Serratus Posterior Superior?(M. Bentley 3/17/09) Probably elevates the ribs
What are synergists to Serratus Posterior Superior?(M. Bentley 3/17/09) Anterior Scalene Middle Scalene Posterior Scalene SCM(M. Bentley 3/17/09)
What are the attachments of Serratus Posterior Inferior? (M. Bentley 3/17/09) Spinous Processes T11 - L3Tharocolumbar FasciaPosterior surface of 9-12 ribs(M. Bentley 3/17/09)
What are the actions for Serratus Posterior Inferior (M. Bentley 3/17/09) Depresses the ribs during exhalation(M. Bentley 3/17/09)
What are the synergists to Serratus Posterior Inferior during exhalation?(M. Bentley 3/17/09) Internal Intercostals(M. Bentley 3/17/09)
What are attachments for the Diaphragm?(M. Bentley 3/17/09) Inner Surface of Lower 6 RibsUpper 2 or 3 lumbar vertebraeInner part of xiphoid process(M. Bentley 3/17/09)
What is the action of the diaphragm?(M. Bentley 3/17/09) Increases the volume of the thoracic cavity during inhalation(M. Bentley 3/17/09)
What are attachments for the intercostals?(TG Pg 221) Inferior border of the rib aboveSuperior Border of the rib below(TG Pg. 221)
What are the two different kinds of intercostals?(TG. pg 221) External and Internal
The fiber direction of External Intercostals go from lateral to medial or medial to lateral?(TG pg 221) Lateral to Medial(TG Pg 221)
The fiber direction of Internal Intercostals go from medial to lateral or lateral to medial?(TG pg 221) Medial to Lateral(TG pg 221)
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