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Practical2Muscles

Human Anatomy (skeletal) muscles

QuestionAnswer
Buccinator MAXILLA ORIBICULARIS ORIS COMPRESSES CHEEK (WHISTLING)
Platysma deltoid skin TENSES SKIN OF NECK
Sternocleidomastoid MANUBRIUM OF STERNUM MASTOID PROCESS OF TEMPORAL BONE flexion of neck forward
Pectoralis major sternum intertubercular sulcus of humerus Prime mover-arm flexion
Serratus anterior lateral aspect ribs 1-8 scapula prime mover- protract/hold scapula against chest
Deltoid Clavicle Deltoid tuberosity of humerus Prime mover- arm abduction
Diaphragm inferior border of sternum central tendon PRIME MOVER- INSPIRATION
Transversus abdominis iliac crest pubic crest compresses abdominal contents
Trapezius raises scapula
Triceps brachii posterior humerus olecranon process of ulna forearm extension
Pronator teres MEDIAL EPICONDOYLE OF HUMERUS MIDSHAFT OF RADIUS PRONATE FOREARM
Flexor digitorum superficialis (deep) medial epicondoyle of humerus middle phalanges of fingers 2-5 flexes wrist
Supinator (deep) supinate forearm
Sartorius Anterior superior iliac spine proximal tibia flexes thigh
Quadriceps femoris (RECTUS FEMORUS) ANTERIOR INFERIOR ILIAC tibial tuberosity extends knee contains- Vastus lateralis, medialis, and intermedius
Gluteus Maximus DORSAL ILIUM GLUTEAL TUBEROSITY OF FEMUR thigh extensor
Gastrocnemius plantar flexion
Soleus (deep to gastrocnemius) proximal tibia calcaneus plantar flexion
Orbicularis oculi maxilla eyelid closes eyes
Orbicularis oris maxilla encircles mouth closes lips
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