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Debs - skull

Basic Anatomy of the skull

QuestionAnswer
Raises Eyebrow, Frowns. Origin Occipital Bone, Insertion Skin of Eyebrow Frontalis
Closes Eye. Origin and Insertion - Maxilla and Frontal Bone (circular) Obicularis Oculi
Draws lips together, purses for kiss. Origin and Insertion - encircles lips. Obicularis Oris
Closes jaw. Origin Zygomatic arch, insertion Mandible. Masseter
Closes jaw. Origin Temporal region of skull, Insertion Mandible Temporalis
Rotates and flexes head. Contra lateral rotation for switching on. Origin Sternum and Clavicle Insertion Mastoid process Sternocleidomastoid
Extends head and neck. Origin skull and upper vertebrae Insertion Scapula. Trapezius
Snarls upper lip Zygomatic Minor
Smiles - jokers grin Zygomatic Major
Fascia that joins Frontalis with Occipitalis Galea Aponeurotica
Muscle that helps the forehead contrat and frown Occipitalis
Holds head up, turns down lips (angry face)Origin from clavicle Insertion at jawline Platysma
Created by: hodgie