Lab Exam 2 (Upper Limb and Fascial Muscles)

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muscles that move the jaw from side to side (specific)
muscle that flexes the humerus
tendinous support that holds the humeral head in the shallow glenoid cavity of the scapula
superficial muscle of the neck
muscle(s) of the rotator cuff that move(s) the humerus medially
muscles that flex the wrist (2)
thick connective tissue of the hand
muscle whose heads originate from the scapula and humerus and insert on the olecranon process
compartment that contains the flexors of the antebrachium (forearm)
five extensors of the posterior compartment of the antebrachium (medial to lateral
epicondyle of the humerus from which the anterior compartment muscles of the antebrachium originate
responsible for innervating all of the muscles of the head
muscles that help move the face (type)
muscles that extend the humerus (2)
muscles that attach more proximally near the head of the humerus
muscle that inserts on the distal radius and functions to flex the forearm
number of muscles that form the rotator cuff
muscle that protonates the antebrachium
two muscles of the anterior compartment of the brachium
muscles innervated by the spinal accessory nerve (type)
muscle that adducts the humerus
number of muscles in the anterior compartment of the antebrachium
single muscle that originates in the anterior subscapular fossa and attaches to the lesser tubercle of the humerus
example of a fan-shaped muscle
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two muscles that depress the scapula
largest and deepest muscle of the anterior compartment of the antebrachium
muscle whose contraction stabilizes the palm when gripping an object
compartment that contains the muscle that supinates the forearm
muscles that attach at the shaft of the humerus
muscles that medially rotate the humerus (2)
number of muscles of the posterior compartment of the antebrachium
muscles responsible for closing the jaw (specific)
muscle that is capable of retracting the scapula by assisting the rhomboids
four flat muscles that cover the flexor digitorum superficialis (lateral to medial)
muscles of the rotator cuff that attach from the posterior surface of the scapula and insert on the greater tubercle of the humerus
muscles that wraps around the radius so as to “unwind” when contracting and turn the palm forward
muscles innervated by the facial nerve (type)
compartment that contains the extensors of the wrist and digits
If you stand with your arms outstretched laterally, the four extrinsic muscles are arranged to produce movements at roughly ______ degrees from one another
muscle that attaches to the radius from the lateral epicondyle of the humerus as well as the ulna
three muscles of mastication
muscle that originates at and lies against the humerus and extends to the ulnar tuberosity
number of extensors in the posterior compartment of the antebrachium
also known as 'the boxer's muscle'
two muscles of cranial neck
muscle that attaches to the palmar aponeurosis
number of groups of muscles that originate on the scapula and cross the glenohumeral joint
compartment that contains the extensors of the antebrachium
description
epicondyle of the humerus from which the posterior compartment muscles of the antebrachium originate
muscle that originates at the scapula and attaches to the radial tuberosity
muscle whose major action is to elevate the scapula (stabilizes weight carried by the arm)
muscles innervated by the trigeminal nerve (type)
muscle that elevates the scapula
tissue that holds the skin of the palm in one place
compartment that contains the flexors of the wrist and digits
4 extrinsic muscles
muscle(s) of the rotator cuff that move(s) the humerus laterally
muscle that lies deep to the extensors of the posterior compartment of the antebrachium
most lateral muscle of the posterior compartment of the antebrachium
muscle comprising the posterior compartment of the brachium
flat muscle that sends tendons to the digits to allow flexion of the digits
3 types of facial muscles
muscle that abducts the humerus
muscles that produces protraction of the scapula
only bone connecting the the pectoral girdle to the axial skeleton
muscle whose fascicles travel in several directions
number of muscles that produce the major movements of the upper arm
muscle named for having two heads
compartment that contains the muscle that protonates the forearm
muscles that retract the scapula
muscles that are unique because they are attached to skin rather than bone only
only flexor of the antebrachium located within the posterior compartment

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