To move a skeletal part away from the midline
To move a skeletal part nearer the midline
A muscle that has the primary effect in a particular action
A muscle whose action is opposite that of another muscle.
A broad, sheetlike tendon
Having to do with the region of the armpit
The middle or the largest part of a muscle
HavIng two heads
The upper arm
Having to do with the head
Dense connective tissue on the surface of individual muscles
Having two bellies
Having to do with the fingers or toes
Having to do with the structures of the back of th trunk, foot, or hand
Elevate or levate
To raise a structure
To straighten a part or open a joint
Individual muscle cell; also used to describe the grossly visible grains or longitudinal lines in a muscle
To bend a part or close a joint
The rump or buttocks
Having to do with the big toe.
The big toe
Division of a mucle
The attachment of a muscle to the more moveable skeletal part, usually the distal attachment of a muscle.
The attachment of a muscle to the less moveable skeletal part, usually the proximal attachment of a muscle.
having to do with the chest.
located near the fibula in the later compartment of the leg
have to do with the thumb
to turn the palm of the hand down
having four heads
a restraining band
saw-shaped, toothed on the edge
segmentally arranged multiple points of attachment
loose connective tissue that underlies the skin and attaches it to the superficial layer of muscles
to turn the palm of the hand upward
dense, collagenous connective tissue that attaches muscle to bone
a muscle that stretches a part
long and round
having three heads