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Facial expression nw

Muscles of face expression

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What is the name for the muscles of the scalp, and what are they Muscle epicranius Ocipital frontalis -----and its glea aponeurotioca Temporoparietalis
Muscle draws the scalp posteriorly and raises eyebrows as in an expression of surprise. Occipitofrontalis
a helmet like aponeurosis joining the frontal and occipital bellies of this muscle. galea aponeurotica
arises from the fascia of the temporalis just above and anterior of the ear. it insertos into the galea aponeurotica. and functions to keep the scalp tight. temporoparietalis
what are the three muscles that move the pinna ( external ear ) anterior auricular posterior auricular superior auricular
pulls pinna anteriorly anterior auricular
pulls pinna posteriorly posterior auricular
pulls pinna superiorly superior auricular
2 muscles surrounding the eye orbicularis oculi corrugator supercilii
three parts of orbicularis oculi pars orbitalis pars palpebralis pars lacrimalis
peripheral outer muscle surrounding the orbit. closes the eye pars orbitalis
inner part of eyelid, closes eye pars palpebralis
lies deep to the palpebral part in the medial corner of eye. compresses lacrimal sac and draws lacrimal puncta medial pars lacrimalis
draws eyebrows downward and medially as in frowning corrugator supercilii
3 muscles associated with the nose procerus nasalis depressor septi nasi
2 parts of nasalis pars alaris pars transversa
draws medial angle of eyebrows downward and wrinkles skin on bridge of nose procerus
widens nostril pars alaris
depresses cartilage and compresses the nostris pars transversa
constricts the nostril depressor septi nasi
mouth muscles inserting on the upper lip levator labii superioris levator labii superioris alaeque nasi zygomaticus minor
muscles of the mouth inserting on the corner of the mouth zygomaticus major levator anguli oris risorius depressor anguli oris buccinator
raises upper lip levator labii superioris
inserts on upper lip and alar part of nose. raises upper lip and dilates naris lecator labii superioris alaegue nasi
arises from zygomatic bone and moves upper lip up and out zygomaticus minor
arises from zygomatic bone, raises corners of mouth as in laughing zygomaticus major
raises angle of the mouth as in disdain levator anguli oris
draws corner of mouth laterally as in smiling risorius
depresses angle of the mouth depresor anguli oris
compresses cheeks against the teeth durring mastication and durring blowing buccinator
muscles inserting on lower lip depressor labii inferioris mentalis
depresses lower lip depressor labii inferioris
protrudes lower lip and wrinkles the skin on chin mentalis
what are the kissing muscles, and what are the parts orbicularis oris --pars marginalis --pars labialis
peripheral part around lips pars marginalis
central part around lips pars labialis
thin, flat paper like muscle, O- fascia of cervical region. I-lower mandible and skin around moutn. A-retracts and depresses angle or the mouth as in horror platysma muscle
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