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Lab 2

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Pectoralis Major
O: Clavicular Head
I: Humerus
A: Adduction/ medial rotation/clavicular flex-ion/ extension of Arm
Pectoralis Minor
O: Rib 3-5
I: scapula
A: Stabilize-Protraction- lateral rotation of scapula
Trapezius
O:
I:
A:
Rhmboid Major
Rhomboid Minor
Latissimus Dorsi
A: adduction/ extension medial rotation of arm
I: Humerus
o: sacral/lumbar, spine/ilium of throaclumbar fascia)
lower ribs, t6-12
Deltoid
Action:
• Anterior part: flexion and medial rotation of arm
• Lateral part: abduction of arm
• Posterior part: extension and lateral rotation of arm

Origin:
• Anterior part: clavicle (lateral 1/3)
• Lateral part: scapula (acromion)
• Posterior part: scapula (spine)

Insertion:
• Humerus (deltoid tuberosity)
Serratus anterior
Action:
• Protraction (abduction) of scapula
• Medial rotation of scapula (directs glenoid cavity superiorly)
• Stabilizes scapula (holds it against thoracic wall)

Origin:
• Ribs 1-8

Insertion:
• Scapula (medial border)
Subscapularis
Action:
• Medial rotation of arm
• Holds head of humerus in glenoid cavity

Origin:
• Scapula (subscapular fossa)

Insertion:
• Humerus (lesser tubercle)
Suprasinatus
Action:
• Abduction of arm
• Holds head of humerus in glenoid cavity

Origin:
• Scapula (supraspinous fossa)

Insertion:
• Humerus (greater tubercle)
Infraspinatous
Action:
• Lateral rotation of arm
• Holds head of humerus in glenoid cavity

Origin:
• Scapula (infraspinous fossa)

Insertion:
• Humerus (greater tubercle)
Sternocleidomastoid
Action:
• Unilateral: rotation of head so face turns to opposite side
• Bilateral: flexion of head
Origin:
• Clavicle (medial)
• Sternum (manubrium)
Insertion:
• Mastoid process of temporal bone
• Lateral one-half of superior nuchal line of temporal bone
Buccinator
Action:
• Compression of cheek (e.g., inflating a balloon; playing a wind musical instrument)

Origin:
• Pterygomandibular raphe
• Maxilla (lateral aspect)
• Mandible (lateral body)

Insertion:
• Blends with muscles at angle of mouth
Orbicularis Occuli
Orbicularis oris
Masseter
Action:
• Elevation of mandible (e.g., closing mouth)
• Protraction of mandible

Origin:
• Zygomatic arch

Insertion:
• Mandible (external surface of angle and ramus)
Illiocostalis
Action:• Unilateral: lateral flexion of vertebral column• Bilateral: extension of vertebral column• Depression of ribs
Origin:• Common origin and ribs insertion:• Ribs• Transverse processes (cervical)
LONGISSIMUS
Action:• Unilateral: lateral flexion of vertebral column and rotation of head to same side• Bilateral: extension of vertebral column and head• Depresses ribs Origin:• Iliac crest• Dorsal sacrum• Sacral and lumbar spinous processes• Supraspinous ligament
Insertion:• Transverse processes (cervical and thoracic), ribs, and mastoid process
Spianlis
Action:
• Unilateral: lateral flexion of vertebral column
• Bilateral: extension of vertebral column

Origin:
• Spinous processes and nuchal ligament

Insertion:
• Spinous processes (cervical and thoracic) and occipital bone
Temporalis
A: elevation & retraction of mandible
O: Temporal bone
I: madible
External intercostals
Action:• Muscle of respiration• Elevation of ribs during inhalation to increase transverse dimensions (anterior-posterior, medial-lateral) of thoracic cavity
Origin:• Ribs 1-11 (inferior border)
Insertion:• Ribs 2-12 (superior border)
Internal intercostals
Action:
• Muscle of respiration
• Depression of ribs during forced exhalation to decrease transverse dimensions (anterior-posterior, medial-lateral) of thoracic cavity

Origin:
• Ribs 1-11 (inferior border)

Insertion:
• Ribs 2-12 (superior border)
Diaphram
Action:
• Dome of diaphragm flattens during inspiration
• Contraction increases vertical dimension of thoracic cavity

Origin:
• Sternal part (not always present): xiphoid process
• Costal part: ribs 5-10 and their costal cartilages
• Lumbar part: arcuate ligaments and L1-3 vertebral bodies

Insertion:
• Central tendon
Vastus Lateralis
Action:
• Extension of leg

Origin:
• Femur (lateral side of greater trochanter and linea aspera)

Insertion:
• Patella (via a common quadriceps tendon)
Vastus Imtermedius
Action:
• Extension of leg

Origin:
• Femur (anterolateral surface of shaft)

Insertion:
• Patella (via a common quadriceps tendon)
Sartorius
Action:
• Flexion of thigh
• Lateral rotation of thigh
• Abduction of thigh
• Flexion of leg

Origin:
• Ilium (anterior superior iliac spine)

Insertion:
Hamstring
Action:
• Extension of thigh
• Flexion of leg

Origin:
• Ischium (tuberosity)

Insertion:
• Fibula (head): long head of biceps brachii
• Tibia (proximal, medial shaft): semitendinosus
• Tibia (medial condyle): semimembranosus
• Femur (adductor tubercle): adductor magnu
Biceps Femoris
Action:
• Extension of thigh (long head)
• Flexion of leg

Origin:
• Long head: ischium (tuberosity)
• Short head: femur (linea aspera, lateral supracondylar ridge, lateral intermuscular septum)

Insertion:
• Fibula (head)
• Tibia (lateral condyle)
Semitendonosis
--Action:
• Flexion of leg• Extension of thigh
--Origin:
• Ischium (tuberosity)
--Insertion:
• Tibia (proximal medial shaft)
Semimembranosis
--Action:
• Flexion of leg• Extension of thigh
--Origin:
• Ischium (tuberosity)
--Insertion:• Tibia (medial condyle)
Tibialis Anterior
ction:
• Dorsiflexion of foot
• Inversion of foot

Origin:
• Tibia (anterior lateral shaft)
• Interosseous membrane

Insertion:
• Metatarsal I
• Medial cuneiform
Gastrocnemius
Action:
• Plantar flexion of foot
• Flexion of leg

Origin:
• Medial belly: femur (medial condyle)
• Lateral belly: femur (lateral condyle)

Insertion:
• Calcaneus
Solecus
Action:
• Plantar flexion of foot

Origin:
• Tibia (proximal posterior shaft)
• Fibula (proximal posterior shaft)

Insertion:
• Calcaneus (through calcaneal te
Peroneals
Teres Minor
Action:
• Medial rotation of arm
• Adduction of arm
• Extension of arm

Origin:
• Scapula (inferior angle and lateral border)

Insertion:
• Humerus (medial lip of intertubercular sulcus)
Teres Major
Action:
• Medial rotation of arm
• Adduction of arm
• Extension of arm

Origin:
• Scapula (inferior angle and lateral border)

Insertion:
• Humerus (medial lip of intertubercular sulcus)
Triceps Brachi
Action:
• Extension of forearm
• Extension of arm (long head)

Origin:
• Long head: scapula (infraglenoid tubercle)
• Medial and lateral heads: humerus (shaft)

Insertion:
• Ulna (olecranon)
Long head
...
medial head
...
lateral head
...
biceps brachii
...
long head
...
short head
...
Brachialis
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coracobrachialis
...
brachioradialis
...
Flexor Carpi Radialis
...
Flexor Carpri Ulnaris
...
Extensor Carpi Radialis
Action:
• Extension of wrist
• Abduction of hand (lateral deviation)

Origin:
• Humerus (lateral epicondyle)

Insertion:
• Metacarpal III (base)