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Identification of main muscles in animals

Which spinal muscles are found dorsal to the vertebrae? Epaxial muscles
Which spinal muscles are found ventral to the vertebrae? Hypaxial muscles
Which muscles allow the spine to flex sideways? Epaxial and hypaxial muscles
Which muscles have an internal and external oblique presentation? Abdominal muscles
Muscle A originates and inserts within the hindlimb - is it extrinsic or intrinsic? Intrinsic
What does this define: Muscle that originates and attaches in different regions Extrinsic muscles
Which flat bone has a supraspinatus and infraspinatus region? Scapula
What shape is the trapezius muscle? Trapezium
Between which two bones are the pectoral muscles found? Between humerus and sternum
Which muscle antagonises the biceps brachii? Triceps
Where is the olecranon? Elbow
How many heads does the triceps muscle have in dogs? Four
Is the hind leg on the axial skeleton? No, appendicular
Which bones do the gluteals run between? Femur and pelvis
Is the internal anal sphincter a skeletal muscle? No
Cranial tibial muscle - front or back of hindlimb, and by which bone? Front - by tibia
Equivalent of the human calf muscle? Gastrocnemius
Where does the gastrocnemius muscle insert? Calcaneus
Name a hindlimb muscle with 4 heads Quadriceps femoris
Which bone does the biceps femoris lie alongside? Femur
Created by: jennytinson



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