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Some muscles!

Select muscles of the human body

Facial Expression muscles Frontalis: forehead Epicuranus: Skull Occipitalis: draws scalp back Zygomatis: cheek Obicularis Occulis: wink Levatar palpebrae: eyebrows
Mastication Buccinator: sucking Masseter: bite Platysma: depressing mandible
Eye muscles Superior rectus: look up Inferior rectus: look down medial rectus: medially lateral rectus: laterally Superior oblique: rotates down, laterally Inferior oblique: rotates up, laterally
Abdominal muscles rectus abdominus external oblique internal oblique transversus abdominis
Breathing diaphragm external intercostals internal intercostals
Shoulder Girdle subclavius: lowers clavicle pectoralis major/minor: moves scapula serratus anterior: roates scapula Trapezius: elevates clavicle Levator Scapulae: elevates clavicle Rhomboideus major: moves scapula rhomboideus major
Upper arm Deltoid Latissimus dorsi: pull ups teres major rotator cuffs supraspinatus infraspinatus teres minor subscapularis
Anterior upper arm biceps brachii: forearm triceps brachii brachioradialis brachialis supinator/pronator teres
Created by: kzam994