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TTU Muscle Labs

Head, Neck, and Trunk Muscles

QuestionAnswer
Goes over forehead Frontalis
circular muscle around eye Orbicularis Oculi
circular muscle around lips Orbicularis Oris
runs up/down under lip Depressor Labii
Cheekbone to corner of mouth Zygomaticus Major
Deeper then Masseter, runs horizontal Buccinator
goes right over ramus, vertical fibers Masseter
right over ear Temporalis
muscle on side of neck Sternocleidomastoid
chest muscles Pectoralis Major
serrated muscles under armpit Serratus Anterior
"hands in pockets" direction; between ribs External Intercostals
down/lateral to upward/medial direction; between ribs Internal Intercostals
"6 pack" Rectus Abdominis
"hands in pockets" direction; side of abdomen External Oblique
down/lateral to upward/medial direction; side of abdomen Internal Oblique
deep horizonal abdomen muscles Transverse Abdominis
Diamond shape; from skull to shoulder and down back Trapezius
Broad muscle down back Latissimus Dorsi
From medial border of scapula to spine; deep muscle Rhomboid Group
Created by: keschott2000