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Read the question

This corner will give you directional hints

Read the question

  • Write down the answer to practice your spelling.

  • You have 30 seconds before the answer appears.

  • The slide will change on its own after 40 seconds.


Superficial Chest

Anterior View

Identify these muscles.

pectoralis major

pectoralis minor


Chest

Anterior View

Identify these muscles

pectoralis minor

pectoralis major

Deep Superficial


Chest

Anterior View

Give the Origin and Insertion.

I: greater tubercle ofhumerus

O: clavicle, sternum and ribs


Deep Chest

Lateral-anterior View

Identify these muscles.

transversus costarum

rectus abdominis


Deep Chest

Lateral-anterior View

Identify these muscles.

scalenus medius

serratus anterior

(ventralis)


Deep Chest

Anterior View

Identify these muscles.

internal intercostals

rectus abdominis


Deep Chest

Anterior View

Give an Action of each.

Pulls ribs together

during expiration

Flexes torso


Abdomen

Anterior View

Give the Origin and Insertion.

I: lower ribs and

xiphoid process of sternum

O: pubis


Abdomen

Anteriolateral View

Identify these muscles.

transversus abdominis

external oblique


Neck

Anterior View

Identify these muscles.

sternomastoid

sternohyoid


Neck

Anterior View

Identify these muscles.

digastric

mylohyoid


Neck

Anterior View

Identify this muscle and give an Action.

sternocleidomastoid

Flexes neck and rotates head


Neck

Anterior View

Give the Origin and Insertion.

I: mastoid process

O: manbrium of the sternum and sternal end of clavicle


Head

Anterior View

Identify these muscles.

orbicularis oculi

platysma


Head

Lateral View

Identify these muscles.

masseter

zygomaticus major


Head

Lateral View

Give the Origin and Insertion.

O: zygomatic bone

I: corner of mouthand upper lip


Superficial Back

Posterior View

Identify these muscles.

spinotrapezius

acromiotrapezius

s

a

c

Use the mneumonic SAC… (as in Mt. SAC)

To help remember

spino-

acromio-

clavo-


Superficial Back

Lateral-posterior View

Identify these muscles.

spinodeltoid

acromiodeltoid


Superficial Back

Lateral-posterior View

Identify these muscles.

Latissimus Dorsi

Triceps Brachii

– Lateral Head


Deep Back

Lateral-posterior View

Identify these muscles.

rhomboideus capitus

(levator scapulae dorsalis)

rhomboideus

This is the scapula pulled back…


Deep Back

Lateral-posterior View

Identify this muscle.

infraspinatus

teres major


Torso

Posterior View

Identify these muscles.

rhomboid major/minor

trapezius

Deep Superficial


Torso

Posterior View

Give the Origin and Insertion.

O: occipital bone & spinous process of all cervical and thoracic vertebra

I: clavicle and spine and acromion of scapula


Torso

Posterior View

Identify these muscles.

Deltoid

Latissimus Dorsi


Torso

Posterior View

Give an Action of each.

Abducts shoulder

Extends, adducts and rotates shoulder


Torso

Posterior View

Give the Origin and Insertion.

I: intertubercular sulcus of humerus

O: spinous process of lower vertebrae


Torso

Posterior View

Identify these muscles.

supraspinatus

teres major


Torso

Posterior View

Give the Origin and Insertion.

I: greater tubercle of humerus

O: supraspinous fossa of the scapula


Forearm – lateral

Posterior View

Identify these muscles.

brachialis

extensor digitorum lateralis


Forearm – Medial

Anterior View

Identify these muscles.

pronator teres

palmaris longus


Forearm

Anterior View

Identify these muscles.

flexor carpi radialis

palmaris longus


Right Forearm

Anterior View

Give an Action of each.

Flexes and abducts wrist

Flexes wrist


Left Forearm

Posterior View

Identify these muscles.

extensor digitorum

extensor carpi ulnaris


Superficial Hip

Lateral-posterior View

Identify these muscles.

biceps femoris

gluteus maximus


Deep Thigh

Medial-anterior View

Identify these muscles.

adductor longus

semimembranosus


Deep Thigh

Medial-anterior View

Identify these muscles.

rectus femoris

vastus medialis


Lower leg

Medial-anterior View

Identify these muscles.

tibialis anterior

flexor digitorum longus

sartorius

gracilis

tibia


Lower Leg

Lateral View

Identify these muscles.

gastrocnemius

soleus

***

5 = peroneus longus

4 = peroneus brevis (deep)

3 = peroneus tertius

*** The Queen’s University page has mislabeled the peroneus (fibularis) group! 3 and 5 were switched!


Right Thigh

Anterior View

Identify these muscles.

tensor fasciae latae

sartorius


Right Thigh

Posterior View

Identify these muscles.

gluteus maximus

biceps femoris


Right Lower Leg

Posterior View

Identify this muscle.

gastrocnemius


Lower Leg

Posterior View

Give the Origin and Insertion.

O: medial and lateral condyles of femur

I: calcaneus via the calcaneal tendon


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