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MUSCLE OIA

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Name the 5 Abdominal Muscles listed on the OIA. Rectus Abdominis, Transversus Abdominis, External Oblique, Internal Oblique, Serratus Anterior
Name the 3 Respiratory Muscles listed on the OIA. Diaphragm, External Intercostals, Internal Intercostals
Name the 3 Dorsal Muscles listed on the OIA. Trapezius, Latissimus Dorsi, Achilles Tendon
Name the 19 Lower Extremity Muscles listed on the OIA. (1-16) Gracilis, Rectus Femoris, Vastus Medialis, Vastus Lateralis, Vastus Intermedius, Gastrocnemius, Soleus, Tibialis Anterior, Peroneus Longus, Adductor Brevis, Adductor Longus, Adductor Magnus, Biceps Femoris, Satorius, Gluteus Maximus, Gluteus Medius
Name the 19 Lower Extremity Muscleslisted on the OIA. (17-19) Gluteus Minimus, Semimembranosus, Semitendinosus
Name the 5 Upper Extremity (Chest & Arm) Muscles. Deltoid, Pectoralis Major, Triceps Brachii, Brachialis, Biceps Brachii
Name the 10 Head and Neck Muscles Frontalis, Occipitalis, Orbicularis Oculi, Zygomaticus, Masseter, Orbicularis Oris, Temporalis, Buccinator, Platysma , Sternocleidomastoid
Name the Origin of the Frontalis Muscle. It's connected by the galea aponeurotica.
Name the Action of the Frontalis. Raises eyebrows.
Name the Origin of the Occipitalis. It's connected by the galea aponeurotica.
Name the Action of the Occipitalis. Draws Scalp Backward.
What are the two muscles listed on the OIA that do not have Insertion sites? Frontalis and Occipitalis
What is the Origin of the Orbicularis Oculi? Medial Side of Orbit
What is the Insertion of the Orbicularis Oculi? Encircles Eye
What is the Action of the Orbicularis Oculi? Closes Eyelid
What is the Origin of the Zygomaticus? Zygomatic Bone
What is the Insertion of the Zygomaticus? Skin of Mouth
What is the Action of the Zygomaticus? Pulls mouth up; allows smiling
What is the Origin of the Masseter? Zygomatic & Maxilla Bones
What is the Insertion of the Masseter? Mandible
What is the Action of the Masseter? Clenches teeth; elevates jaw
What is the Origin of the Orbicularis Oris? Encircles Mouth
What is the Insertion of the Orbicularis Oris? Skin at corners of mouth
What is the Action of the Orbicularis Oris? Closes and purses lips (as in kissing)
What is the Origin of the Temporalis? Temporal Bone
What is the Insertion of the Temporalis? Mandible
What is the Action of the Temporalis? Clenches teeth, elevates jaw
What is the Origin of the Buccinator? Maxilla & Mandible
What is the Insertion of the Buccinator? Orbicularis Oris
What is the Action of the Buccinator? Pulls corners of mouth laterally
What is the Origin of the Platysma? Fascia of Chest
What is the Insertion of the Platysma? Mandible & skin of lower face
What is the Action of the Platysma? Allows pouting; draws lip down and back
What is the Origin of the Sternocleidomastoid? Sternum & Clavicle
What is the Insertion of the Sternocleidomastoid? Mastoid process of Temporal Bone
What is the Action of the Sternocleidomastoid? Draws head forward; contraction of one muscle causes lateral rotation of head.
What is the Origin of the Deltoid? Scapula & Clavicle
What is the Insertion of the Deltoid? Humerus
What is the Action of the Deltoid? Abducts the Humerus
What is the Origin of the Pectoralis Major? Clavicle, sternum, 2nd- 6th costal cartilages
What is the Insertion of the Pectoralis Major? Humerus
What is the Action of the Pectoralis Major? Flexes and Adducts Humerus
What is the Origin of the Triceps Brachii? Humerus and Scapula
What is the Insertion of the Triceps Brachii? Ulna
What is the Action of the Triceps Brachii? Extends Forearm
What is the Origin of the Brachialis? Humerus
What is the Insertion of the Brachialis? Ulna
What is the Action of the Brachialis? Flexes arm at elbow
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