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Oriole - HS muscles

muscles for Health Science I (includes locations)

QuestionAnswer
frontalis skull; top-front (forehead)
temporalis skull; side - above ear (temple)
orbicularis oculi skull; circular muscle around eyes
masseter skull; jaw muscle
orbicularis oris skull; circular muscle around mouth
sternocleidomastoid neck; angled from breastbone to base of skull
trapezius neck & upper back; forms diamond out to shoulders
deltoid shoulder; triangular muscle attaches to upper arm
pectoralis chest; from breastbone to upper arm
triceps brachii arm; back of upper arm
serratus anterior chest; under the armpit out to front of ribs
biceps brachii arm; front of upper arm
lattisimus dorsi back; lower back around to sides / under armpit
rectus abdominis trunk; straight muscle down front of abdomen (six-pack)
external oblique trunk; around sides of abdomen
rectus femoris upper leg; straight muscle down front of leg (quads)
vastus lateralis upper leg; muscle just outside of rectus femoris (quad)
vastus medialis upper leg; muscle just inside of rectus femoris (quad)
gastrocnemius lower leg; back of leg (calf)
tibialis anterior lower leg; front of leg (shin)
sartorius upper leg; angled from hip to inside of knee
gluteus maximus upper leg; from lower back to femur of leg (buttock)
biceps femoris upper leg; back of leg (hamstring)
achilles tendon lower leg; NOT muscle - attaches calf to heel
Created by: nstevens
 

 



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