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Anatomy n Physiology

clinical study

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What are the 3 types of muscles and the charateristics? Skeletal- straited and voulntaryCardiac- straited and invoulntarySmooth- smooth and invoulntary
What is the fibrous connective tissue that connects muscle to bone called? Tendon
What is aponeuroses and give an example? A broad sheet of fibrous connective tissue EX: linea alba
What is the origin? the stable attachment site of a muscles
Insertion site that moves most when muscle contracts
primary mover a muscle(group) that directly produces a desired movementaka Antoganist
what is antagonist a muscle(group)that oppose the primary mover
Synergist muscle that contract with prime an help is carryout movement
What are the muscles that stabilize joint to allow movement called? Fixator
How do muscles get their name AtionsShapeLocationDirection of fibersNumber of heads or divisionsAttachment site
Massters Most powerful chewing muscles located on the jaw
Slpenius and Trapezius used to raise neck and located on the dorsal aspect of the neck
Brachicepphalicus helps extend the neck and foreleg and is located on the proximal humerus to the base of the skull
Sternocephalicus ventral aspect of the neck and is used to flex head and neck
External Abdominal Oblique Muscle Outer most (superficial) abdominal muscle located cranial to Internal
Internal Abdominal Oblique Muscle sfgd
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