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CH-22-MUSCULAR

MR UTT'S MUSCULAR SYSTEM

QuestionAnswer
STERNOCLEIDOMASTOID PULLS THE HEAD FROM SIDE TO SIDE AND HEAD TO CHEST
SPLENULUS CAPITIS ROTATES THE HEAD AND ALLOWS IT TO BEND TO THE SIDE
FRONTALIS RAISES THE EYEBROWS
ORBICULARIS ORIS ALLOWS THE LIPS TO PUCKER
ORBICULARIS OCULI ALLOW THE EYES TO CLOSE
ZYGOMATICUS PULLS THE CORNERS OF THE MOUTH UP
PLATYSMA PULLS THE CORNERS OF THE MOUTH DOWN
MASSETER OR TEMPORALIS CLOSES THE JAW
PECTORALIS MAJOR PULLS THE ARM ACROSS THE CHEST AND ALSO ROTATES AND ADDUCTS THE ARM
LATISSIMUS DORSI PROVIDES FOR EXTENSION,ADDUCTION,AND ROTATION OF THE ARM INWARDLY
DELTOID PROVIDES FOR ABDUCTION AND EXTENSION OF THE ARM AT THE SHOULDER
SUBSCAPULARIS ROTATES THE ARM MEDIALLY
INFRASPINATUS ROTATES THE ARM LATERALLY
BICEPS BRACHII FLEXES THE ARM AT THE ELBOW AND ROTATES THE HAND LATERALLY
BRACHIALIS FLEXES THE ARM AT THE ELBOW
BRACHIORADIALIS FLEXES THE FOREARM AT THE ELBOW
TRICEPS BRACHII EXTENDS THE ARM AT THE ELBOW
SUPINATOR ROTATES THE FOREARM LATERALLY
PRONATOR TERES ROTATES THE FOREARM MEDIALLY
FLEXOR CARPI RADIALIS AND FLEXOR CARPI ULNARIS FLEX AND ABDUCT THE WRIST
PALMARIS LONGUS FLEXES THE WRIST
FLEXOR DIGITORUM PROFUNDUS FLEXES THE DISTAL JOINTS OF THE FINGERS, BUT NOT THE THUMB
EXTENSOR CARPI ULNARIS EXTENDS THE WRIST
EXTENSOR DIGITORUM EXTENDS THE FINGERS, BUT NOT THE THUMB
DIAGHRAGM SEPARATES THE THORACIC CAVITY FROM THE ABDOMINAL CAVITY AND ITS CONTRACTION CAUSES THE PROCESS OF INSPIRATION
EXTERNAL AND INTERNAL INTERCOSTALS CONTRACTION OF THESE MUSCLES EXPAND AND LOWERS THE RIBS DURING BREATHING
EXTERNAL AND INTERNAL OBLIQUES COMPRESS THE ABDOMINAL WALL
TRANSVERSE ABDOMINIS COMPRESS THE ABDMOINAL WALL
RECTUS ABDOMINIS FLEXES THE VERTEBRAL COLUMN AND COMPRESSES THE ABDOMINAL WALL
TRAPEZIUS RAISES THE ARE AND PULLS THE SHOULDER DOWNWARD
PECOTRALIS MINOR PULLS THE SCAPULA DOWNWARD AND RAISES THE RIBS
PSOAS MAJOR FLEXES THE THIGH
ILIACUS FLEXES THE THIGH
GLUTEUS MAXIMUS EXTENDS THE THIGH
GASTROCNEMIUS FLEXES THE FOOT AND AIDS IN PUSHING THE BODY FORWARD
TIBIALIS ANTERIOR CAUSES DORSIFLEXION AND INVERSION OF THE FOOT
PERONEUS EVERTS THE FOOT AND HELPS BRING ABOUT PLANTAR FLEXION
FLEXOR AND EXTENSOR DIGITORUM LONGUS FLEXES AND EXTENDS THE TOES AND ASSISTS IN OTHER MOVEMENTS OF THE FEET
THE SPECIALIZED CELLS OF MUSCLES MUSCLE FIBERS
THE TOTAL BODY WEIGHT MUSCLE MAKES UP IN THE BODY 42 PERCENT
THE PRODOMINANT FUNCTION OF MUSCLE CONTRACTIBILITY
OTHER FUNCTIONS OF MUSCLE BESIDES MOVEMENT TONICITY, HEAT PRODUCTION, STABILITY
WHAT IS TONICITY MAINTAINING POSTURE
MUSCLE PRODUCES HEAT THROUGH WHAT TYPE OF ACTIVITY CHEMICAL
THREE TYPES OF MUSCLES SMOOTH, CARDIAC, SKELETAL
COMPOSED OF ELONGATED,SPINDLE-SHAPED VISERAL MUSCLES THAT ARE INVOLUNTARY SMOOTH MUSCLE
MUSCLE THAT ALLOWS MOVEMENT BY ATTACHING TO BONES IN THE BODY AND IS VOLUNTARY SKELETAL MUSCLE
ROUGH QUADRANGULAR SHAPED MUSCLE FOUND IN HEART AND IS INVOLUNTARY CARDIAC MUSCLE
A TYPE OF CHEMICAL ENERGY NEEDED TO SUSTAIN RO REPEAT MUSCLE CONTRACTION ATP(ADENOSINE TRIPHOSPATE)
THE CREATE ATP MUSCLE MUST DO WHAT 1.BREAK DOWN THE CREAINE PHOSPHATE2. ANAEROBIC RESPIRATION3. AROBIC RESPIRATION
ANAEROBIC RESPIRATION BREAKING DOWN GLUCOSE(SUGAR) TO LACTIC ACID
AREBIC RESPIRATION BREAKING DOWN GLYCOGEN, FAT, AND AMINO ACIDS IN THE PRESENTS OF OXYGEN
IF YOUR BODY CANNOT ABSORB ENOUGH OXYGEN TO COPE WITH THE LEVEL OF ACTIVITY. OXYGEN DEBT
THE STRUCTURE COVERING THE ENTIRE SKELETON FASCIA
MUSCLES SURROUNDED BY A THIN COVERING EPIMYSIUM
ATTACHING MUSCLE TO BONE TENDON
THE WIDE, THIN, SHEET LIKE TENDON ATTACHING MUSCLE TO MUSCLE APONEUROSIS
DIVIDING MUSCLES INTO SECTIONS FASCICLES
THE ATTACHMENT OF MUSCLE TO BONE THAT IS MORE FIXED ORIGIN
THE ATTACHMENT OF MUSCLE TO A POINT OF BONE THAT MOVES INSERTION
THE MUSCLE THAT COUTERACTS, OR OPPOSES THE ACTION OF ANOTHER MUSCLE ANTAGONIST
A MUSCLE THAT IS THE PRIMARY ACTOR IN A GIVEN MOVEMENT PRIME MOVER
A MUSCLE THAT ACTS WITH ANOTHER MUSCLE TO PRODUCE MOVEMENT SYNERGIST
OCCURS WITH THE DISUSE OF MUSCLES OVER A LONG PERIOD OF TIME ATROPHY
A WIDESPREAD MUSCULOSKELETAL PAIN AND FATIGUE DISORDER THAT EFFECTS WOMEN MORE THAN MEN FIBROMYALGIA
PAIN IN THE ABSENCE OF ELECTROLYTES OR PH DISTURBANCE COMMONLY INDICATES A PERIPHERAL NERVE DISORDER MUSCLE CRAMPS AND PAIN
A GENETIC DISEASE CHARACTERIZED BY PROGRESSIVE WEAKNESS AND DEGENERATION OF THE SKELETAL OR VOLUNTARY MUSCLES MUSCULAR DYSTORPHY
A NEUROMUSCULAR DISEASE IN WHICH WEAKNESS OCCURS DURING ACTIVITIES, BUT IMPROVES DURING REST MYASTHENIA GRAVIS
AN INJURY TO A LIGAMENT SPRAIN
AN INJURY TO A MUSCLE OR TENDON STRAIN
A TEAR WHICH PRODUCES INFLAMMATION AND IRRITATION TENDONITIS
A OFTEN FATAL INFECTIOUS DISEASE CAUSED BY BACTERIA TETANUS
Created by: jimutt68
 

 



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