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1 The ORIGIN of a muscle is on the stationary bone The INSERTION of a muscle is on the bone that moves

2 Biceps Brachii (contracting) Triceps Brachii (relaxing) Radial Tuberosity Radius moves so it is the insertion Scapula-2 heads Scapula does not move so it is the origin

3 Biceps Brachii (relaxing) Tricpes Brachii (contracting)

4 Masseter Temporalis Zygomatic Close jaw MandibleClose jaw Temporal Mandible

5 MN P F O T S Z MX N

6 MN P F O T S Z MX N Masseter Temporalis

7 Frontalis Buccinator Orbicularis Oculi Orbicularis Oris Zygomaticus Cranial muscles Maxilla and Mandible Maxilla and Frontal Muscles near the mouth zygomatic Skin and muscles around eye Mouth muscles Skin around eye Skin around mouth Skin and muscles around mouth Raise eyebrow Compress cheeks inward Closes eye Closes and protrudes lips smile

8 MN P F O T S Z MX N Frontalis Orbicularis Oculi Buccinator Zygomaticus Orbicularis Oris Masseter Temporalis

9 Splenius Capitis Semispin alis Capitis Trapezius Sterno- Cleido- mastoid Lower cervical occipital rotate Upper thoracic head vertebra Lower cervical temporal extend Upper thoracic (mastoid process) head Vertebra Sternum temporal rotate Clavicle (mastoid process) head Occipital Occipital clavicle extend C7, T1-12 scapula neck

10 Sternocleidomastoid Semispinalis Capitis Splenius Capitis Trapezius

11 External inferior border superior border elevate Inter- of each rib of next ribribs costals Internal superior border inferior border depress Inter- of each rib of previous rib ribs costals Oblique lower 8 ribs linea alba compress Externus iliac crest abdomen Abdominis Transversus cartilage of pubis compress Abdominis lower ribs xiphoid process abdomen Iliac crest linea alba Rectus pubis costal cartilage flex spine Abdominis of ribs 5-7 Xiphoid process

12 Linea Alba

13 Intercostals Internal Intercostals External Oblique Externus Abdominis Transversus Abdominis Rectus Abdominis

14 You Fill In

15 Brachialis Biceps Brachii 2 heads Triceps Brachii 3 rd head You fill in the chart

16 You Fill In

17 Deltoid Pectoralis major Serratus anterior Latissimus dorsi Trapezius Pages 8 & 9

18 You Fill In Flexor digitorum Extensor digitorum Flexor carpi radialis Extensor carpi radialis longus Extensor carpi radialis brevis Flexor carpi ulnaris Extensor carpi ulnaris

19 Palm side-anterior Flexor FlexorFlexor Digitorum Carpi Radialis Carpi Ulnaris

20 Back side of hand-posterior Extensor Extensor Digitorum CarpiCarpi Carpi Radialis Radialis Ulnaris Longus Brevis

21 You Fill In

22 Adductor Magnus Adductor Longus Gluteus MaximusGluteus Medius

23 Gluteus Minimus Psoas Iliacus

24 You Fill In

25 Vastus Lateralis Vastus Medialis Vastus Intermedius Rectus Femoris

26 You Fill In

27 SemitendinosusSemimembranosusBiceps Femoris

28 You Fill In

29 Extensor Digitorum Longus Tibialis Anterior Flexor Digitorum Longus Gastrocnemius


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