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Orbicularis oculi
Orbicularis oris
Intercostals (external and internal)
Rectus abdominis
Linea alba
Internal oblique
External oblique
Linea alba (white line)
Deltoids (anterior, middle, posterior)
Pectoralis Major
3. Serratus anterior
4. Trapezius
5. Latissimus dorsi
6. Serratus anterior
1. Brachialis
2. Biceps brachii
3. Triceps brachi
4. Brachioradialis
5. Pronator teres
6. Flexor carpi radialis (not on worksheet)
7. Extensor digitorum (now)
8. Extensor pollicis longus (now)
1. Quadratus lumborum (QL) (now)
2. Iliopsoas (iliacus and psoas major together)
3. Sartorius
4. Gracilis
5. Adductor muscle group (magnus and brevis)
6. Gluteus maximus
7. Gluteus medius
8. Tensor fascia lata (TFL) and Iliotibial band (IT band) (now)
9. Hamstrings (medial and lateral heads)
10. Quadriceps femoris group (medial, intermediate, and lateral)
a. Rectus femoris (contains patella in patellar tendon) (now)
1. Gastrocnemius and Achilles/calcaneal tendon
2. Soleus
3. Tibialis anterior
4. Extensor digitorum longus
5. Extensor hallucis longus (now)
Created by: kconstant0422