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Ch 13 vocab.

Muscle of the Head and Neck

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muscle of the side of the face that moves the cheek buccinator muscle
muscle of the forehead that moves the forehead skin and eyebrows frontalis muscle
muscle of the side of the face that moves the mandible upward masseter muscle
muscle around the eye that closes the eyelids orbicularis oculi muscle
muscle around the mouth that closes the lips orbicularis oris muscle
muscle of the neck that moves the mandible down platysma muscle
muscle of the neck that bends the head toward the sternum (flexion) and turns the head to either side (rotation). its origin is at two muscle heads on the sternum and clavicle. its insertion is at the mastoid process of the temporal bone behind the ear sternocleidomastoid muscle
muscle of the side of the head that moves the mandible upward and backward temporalis muscle
Created by: ricrom81