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Anatomy - muscle movement
Flexion
Extension
Circumduction
Elevation
Bending a joint - the parts get CLOSER TOGETHER
Straightening a joint - the parts move FARTHER APART
Moving a part - it follows a CIRCULAR path
RAISING a part
Flexion
Bending a joint - the parts get CLOSER TOGETHER
Extension
Straightening a joint - the parts move FARTHER APART
11 terms
Muscle Anatomy: Body Movements
Flexion
Extension
Abduction
Adduction
Movement that decrease the angle of the joint and brings 2 bo…
Increases the angle or distance between 2 bones of the body
Moving a limb away from the mid-line of the body
Moving a limb toward the mid-line of the body
Flexion
Movement that decrease the angle of the joint and brings 2 bo…
Extension
Increases the angle or distance between 2 bones of the body
33 terms
Muscle Anatomy & Movement
myofibril
endomysium
perimysium
fascicle
unit of a muscle cell
protective sheath around an individual muscle cell
connective sheath around a fascicle
bundle of muscle cells
myofibril
unit of a muscle cell
endomysium
protective sheath around an individual muscle cell
Anatomy-Muscle Movement Physiology
Polarized
Resting Membrane Potential
Uneven distribution of ions across cel…
1.) The concentration of K+ is higher…
Inside of most cell membranes is negatively charged compared…
the charge difference of membrane
resting membrane potential occurs because there is an...
reasons for resting membrane potential development
Polarized
Inside of most cell membranes is negatively charged compared…
Resting Membrane Potential
the charge difference of membrane
Muscle Anatomy & Movement
Epimysium
Fascicles
perimysium
muscle fiber
cover of entire muscle
group of muscle cells surrounded by perimysium
covering on clusters of muscle cells
a single muscle cell
Epimysium
cover of entire muscle
Fascicles
group of muscle cells surrounded by perimysium
65 terms
Muscles/Movement Final Anatomy
Frontalis
Orbicularis oculi
Orbicularis oris
Masseter
Frontalis
Orbicularis oculi
10 terms
Anatomy-body movements and muscle movement
muscles
origin
insertion
exercise
attached in at least 2 points
attachment to a moveable bone
attachment to an immoveable bone
increases muscle size, use, strength, effiiency, and the beco…
muscles
attached in at least 2 points
origin
attachment to a moveable bone
43 terms
Anatomy: Muscle Movement
circular fascicle
convergent fascicle
parallel fascicle
fusiform fascicle
arranged in concentric rings, usually at body openings
converge toward single insertion tendon, like pectoralis musc…
length of fascicles un parallel to long axis of muscle, strap…
spindle-like muscle with an expanded belly, like bicep brachi…
circular fascicle
arranged in concentric rings, usually at body openings
convergent fascicle
converge toward single insertion tendon, like pectoralis musc…
Anatomy Muscle Movement
occipitofrontalis
orbicularis oculi
orbicularis oris
buccinator
raises eyebrows
closes eyes
closes lips
flattens cheeks
occipitofrontalis
raises eyebrows
orbicularis oculi
closes eyes
Muscle movement terms Anatomy
Adduction
Abduction
Extension
Flexion
Bring closer to middle
Away from middle
Make angle bigger
Make angle smaller
Adduction
Bring closer to middle
Abduction
Away from middle
ANATOMY: MUSCLE MOVEMENT
FLEXION
EXTENSION
ROTATION
CIRCUMDUCTION
the bending parts at a joint and your parts come close together
the straightening parts at a joint and parts move further apart
the moving part around an axis
moving parts that follow a circular path
FLEXION
the bending parts at a joint and your parts come close together
EXTENSION
the straightening parts at a joint and parts move further apart
Muscle Anatomy & Movement
Epimysium
Fascicles
Perimysium
Muscle fiber
Epimysium
Fascicles
18 terms
Muscle Anatomy & Movements
Epimysium
Fascicles
Perimysium
Muscle Fiber
-Cover of entire muscle
-Group of muscle cells surrounded by perimysium
-Covering on clusters of muscle cells
-A single muscle cell ... (C)
Epimysium
-Cover of entire muscle
Fascicles
-Group of muscle cells surrounded by perimysium
Anatomy Muscle Movement
Frontalis
Orbicularis Oculi
Orbicularis Oris
Temporalis
Raises Eyebrows
Blinks and closes eyes
Closes and protrudes lips
Closes jaw
Frontalis
Raises Eyebrows
Orbicularis Oculi
Blinks and closes eyes
39 terms
Anatomy- Muscle movements & joints
Hyperextension
Dorsifelxion
Plantarflexion
Abduction
continuation of extension beyond anatomical position
elevation of the dorsum of the foot at the ankle
depression of sole of foot at the ankle
moving away from the midline of the frontal plane. moving away
Hyperextension
continuation of extension beyond anatomical position
Dorsifelxion
elevation of the dorsum of the foot at the ankle
Anatomy: Muscle Movement Quiz
Circumduction
Abduction
Rotation
Eversion
Full circular motion of a limb around an axis
Raising limbs away from midline
Movement of a body part side to side
Moving of toe away from body
Circumduction
Full circular motion of a limb around an axis
Abduction
Raising limbs away from midline
Quiz: Muscle Anatomy & Movement
What are the 4 distinguishing features…
What does articular cartilage do?
What is the articular capsule?
What is the joint cavity?
1. Articular Cartilage... 2. Articular Capsule... 3. Joint Cavity... 4…
Articular (hyaline) cartilage covers the ends of the bones fo…
The joint surfaces are enclosed by a layer of fibrous connect…
The articular capsule closes a cavity called the joint cavity…
What are the 4 distinguishing features…
1. Articular Cartilage... 2. Articular Capsule... 3. Joint Cavity... 4…
What does articular cartilage do?
Articular (hyaline) cartilage covers the ends of the bones fo…
24 terms
Muscle Anatomy, Physiology & Movements
Epimysium
Fascicles
Perimysium
Muscle Fiber
-Cover of entire muscle
-Group of muscle cells surrounded by perimysium
-Covering on clusters of muscle cells
-A single muscle cell ... (C)
Epimysium
-Cover of entire muscle
Fascicles
-Group of muscle cells surrounded by perimysium
Anatomy- Muscle Movement
Flexion
Extension
Hyperextension
Rotation
decreases angle of joint; brings 2 bones closer together
opposite of flexion; increases the angle/distance between 2 b…
if extension is greater than 180 degrees
movement of bone around a longitudinal axis (ex.- shaking you…
Flexion
decreases angle of joint; brings 2 bones closer together
Extension
opposite of flexion; increases the angle/distance between 2 b…
Anatomy muscle movement terms
Plantarflexion
Dorsiflexion
Pronation
Supination
pointing the toes downward
pointing the toes upward
rotation of the arms inward
rotation of the arms outward
Plantarflexion
pointing the toes downward
Dorsiflexion
pointing the toes upward
Muscle movement matching anatomy
Agonist
Fixator
Plantar flexion
dorisflexion
prime mover
postural muscles for the most part
the action that occurs at the ankle when standing on your toe…
the action that occurs at the ankle when you point your toes…
Agonist
prime mover
Fixator
postural muscles for the most part
36 terms
anatomy muscle movement
plantar flexion
elevation of mandible
flexion of vertebral column
expansion of thoracic cavity
achilles tendon, gastrocnemius, soleus
masseter, temporalis
external oblique, rectus abdominis, sternocleidomastoid
diaphragm, external intercostals
plantar flexion
achilles tendon, gastrocnemius, soleus
elevation of mandible
masseter, temporalis
Anatomy muscle movement
Sternocleidomastoid
Pectoralis major
Rectus abdominus
External obliques
Flex neck
Adduct and Flex humerus
Flex and extend waist
Flex and rotate torso
Sternocleidomastoid
Flex neck
Pectoralis major
Adduct and Flex humerus
Anatomy Muscle Movement Notes
Fascia
Plantar Fasciitis
3 types of muscle tissues
Skeletal
A shiny and clear layer that separates muscles and forms tend…
Inflammation of the bottom of the foot
Skeletal, smooth, and cardiac
is found attached to the bone (voluntary), they have striatio…
Fascia
A shiny and clear layer that separates muscles and forms tend…
Plantar Fasciitis
Inflammation of the bottom of the foot
19 terms
anatomy muscle movement
flexion
extension
adduction
abduction
decreasing angle between 2 bones
increasing angle between 2 bones, restoration to anatomical p…
movement toward body midline
movement away from body midline
flexion
decreasing angle between 2 bones
extension
increasing angle between 2 bones, restoration to anatomical p…
17 terms
Human Anatomy Muscle Movement
Deltoid (anterior)
Coracobrachialis
Pectoralis Major
Latissimus Dorsi
Flexion
Flexion
Flexion
Extension
Deltoid (anterior)
Flexion
Coracobrachialis
Flexion
63 terms
Muscle Anatomy & Movements & Physiology
epimysium
fascicles
perimysium
endomysium
between indivisual muscle fibers
epimysium
fascicles
Anatomy muscle movement
origin
insertion
flexion
extension
where the muscle begin, the point of attachment to the statio…
where the muscle end, the point of attachment to the movable…
movement decreasing the angle between two bones
movement increasing the angle between two bones
origin
where the muscle begin, the point of attachment to the statio…
insertion
where the muscle end, the point of attachment to the movable…
16 terms
Anatomy muscle movement
-Flexion:
-Extension:
-Adduction:
-Abduction:
flexing your arm/ shortening
extending your arm/ lengthening
bringing back to the midline
taking away from midline
-Flexion:
flexing your arm/ shortening
-Extension:
extending your arm/ lengthening
37 terms
Anatomy Muscle Movement
Frontalis
Orbicularis Oculi
Orbicularis Oris
Temporalis
Raises Eyebrows
Blinks and closes eyes
Closes and protrudes lips
Closes jaw
Frontalis
Raises Eyebrows
Orbicularis Oculi
Blinks and closes eyes
anatomy muscle movement
plantar flexion
elevation of mandible
flexion of vertebral column
expansion of thoracic cavity
achilles tendon, gastrocnemius, soleus
masseter, temporalis
external oblique, rectus abdominis, sternocleidomastoid
diaphragm, external intercostals
plantar flexion
achilles tendon, gastrocnemius, soleus
elevation of mandible
masseter, temporalis
14 terms
Anatomy Muscle Movement
Connective tissue beyond muscle fiber…
Covers each individual muscle fiber
Connective tissue that surrounds each…
connective tissue that surrounds each…
tendon
endomysium
epimysium
perimysium
Connective tissue beyond muscle fiber…
tendon
Covers each individual muscle fiber
endomysium
10 terms
Movement terms (Anatomy)-muscle
Circomduction
Inverson (foot)
Eversion (foot)
Pronation
Proximal point stay in place while distal point move in circle
Point you toe in
Point you toe out
Turning away from sun ( hand n face)
Circomduction
Proximal point stay in place while distal point move in circle
Inverson (foot)
Point you toe in
64 terms
Muscle anatomy and movements
Epimysium
Fasicles
Perimysium
Muscle fiber
What layer is this?
Epimysium
What layer is this?
Fasicles
42 terms
Anatomy: Muscles & Movement
lateral
medial
proximal
distal
away from the midline, or at the side
toward the midline
closest to the origin or point of attachment
furthest from the origin or point of attachment
lateral
away from the midline, or at the side
medial
toward the midline
Anatomy Quiz: Muscle Movement
Origin
Insertion
Flexion
Extension
Part of muscle attached to the immovable or less movable bone.
Part attached to the movable bone; insertion moves towards th…
Decreases angle of a joint.
Increases angle of a joint.
Origin
Part of muscle attached to the immovable or less movable bone.
Insertion
Part attached to the movable bone; insertion moves towards th…
141 terms
Anatomy Joints Muscles and Movement
Joint
Bony Joint
Fibrous Joint
Cartilagenous Joint
point of contact where bone meets bone, compromise with stabi…
Bone on Bone (little/no movement)
bones linked by fibrous connective tissue
bones linked by cartilage connective tissue
Joint
point of contact where bone meets bone, compromise with stabi…
Bony Joint
Bone on Bone (little/no movement)
10 terms
Anatomy - Movement and Muscle - Shoulder - Complete
Deltoid (anterior fibres)... Pectoralis…
Latissimus dorsi... Deltoid (posterior f…
Deltoid (middle fibres)
Latissimus dorsi... Pectoralis major
Muscles involved in:... Flexion
Muscles involved in:... Extension
Muscles involved in:... Abduction
Muscles involved in:... Adduction
Deltoid (anterior fibres)... Pectoralis…
Muscles involved in:... Flexion
Latissimus dorsi... Deltoid (posterior f…
Muscles involved in:... Extension
19 terms
Anatomy: Types of Movement, Muscle
Flexion
Extension
Abduction
Adduction
makes angle between 2 bones smaller
makes angle between 2 bones larger
moving away from the midline
moving towards the midline
Flexion
makes angle between 2 bones smaller
Extension
makes angle between 2 bones larger
29 terms
Muscle support and movements (anatomy)
Levator scapulae
Supraspinatus
Spine of scapula
Teres minor
Levator scapulae
Supraspinatus
15 terms
Anatomy and Physiology- muscle movements
Antagonistic pairs
Antagonist - lengthens
Agonist- Prime mover
Isotonic concentric contraction
Antagonist and Agonist muscles work in pairs and these are ca…
A muscle that has an action opposite to the agonist and helps…
The muscle which is directly responsible for the movement of…
Tension is produced while the muscle shortens, causing joint…
Antagonistic pairs
Antagonist and Agonist muscles work in pairs and these are ca…
Antagonist - lengthens
A muscle that has an action opposite to the agonist and helps…
Human Anatomy Muscle Movements
Flexion
Extension
Rotation
Abduction
decrease angle of joint... - bring two bones together
Increases angle of joint... -brings two bones farther away from…
movement of a bone around its longitudinal axis
moving a limb away from the midline, or median plane, of the…
Flexion
decrease angle of joint... - bring two bones together
Extension
Increases angle of joint... -brings two bones farther away from…
Anatomy Hon- muscles & muscle movement
excitability (functions of skeletal mu…
ancontractility (functions of skeletal…
extensibility (functions of skeletal m…
sarcolemma
ability to be stimulated
ability to contract
ability to extend
flesh membrane
excitability (functions of skeletal mu…
ability to be stimulated
ancontractility (functions of skeletal…
ability to contract
34 terms
Anatomy muscle movements
OPENING OF EYE/CLOSING OF EYE
SMILING
FROWNING
ELEVATION OF THE MANDIBLE
Orbicularis oculi
Zygomaticus major & minor
depressor anguli oris
temporalis, masseter is the main chewing muscle
OPENING OF EYE/CLOSING OF EYE
Orbicularis oculi
SMILING
Zygomaticus major & minor
Human Anatomy and Physiology: Muscle Movement
Abduction
Adduction
Extension
Flexion
Movement of limb away from the midline of the body
Movement of limb toward the midline of the body
Movement that increases the angle of a joint and the distance…
Movement, generally in the sagittal plane, that decreases the…
Abduction
Movement of limb away from the midline of the body
Adduction
Movement of limb toward the midline of the body
Muscle Anatomy and Movement Analysis
Describe the role played by the gluteu…
If your deltoid muscles were paralyzed…
In the "coup de Jarnac," which muscles…
Describe 4 possible movements of the h…
assists in adduction of the leg and extension of the hip joint.
can't abduct arms or flex shoulder girdle, can only elevate s…
no, subject would not be able to walk or run properly as they…
1. flexion... 2. extension... 3. horizontal flexion ... 4. horizontal…
Describe the role played by the gluteu…
assists in adduction of the leg and extension of the hip joint.
If your deltoid muscles were paralyzed…
can't abduct arms or flex shoulder girdle, can only elevate s…
13 terms
Anatomy & Physiology: muscle and movements
erector spinae
external abdominal obliques
latissimus doris
pectorals major
origin: sacrum, ilium, vertabae... insertion: ribs, vertebrae, s…
origin: lower right ribs... insertion: lilac crest... action: flexe…
origin: lower spine, iliac crest ... insertion: proximal humorou…
origin: sternum, clavicle, 1-6 ribs ... insertion: proximal hume…
erector spinae
origin: sacrum, ilium, vertabae... insertion: ribs, vertebrae, s…
external abdominal obliques
origin: lower right ribs... insertion: lilac crest... action: flexe…
Anatomy muscle movements
trapezius
sternocleidomastoid
masseter
temporalis
cervical extension
cervical flexion & extension, lateral flexion and rotation to…
most powerful muscle; elevates and retracts mandible (closes…
elevate mandible
trapezius
cervical extension
sternocleidomastoid
cervical flexion & extension, lateral flexion and rotation to…
Anatomy Muscle Movements
Hyperextension
Extension
Flexion
Dorsiflexion
Extension of a joint beyond anatomical position ... EX: Moving y…
Straightening parts at a joint so the angle increases and the…
Bending parts at a joint so the angle decreases and the parts…
Bending the foot at at the ankle towards the shin
Hyperextension
Extension of a joint beyond anatomical position ... EX: Moving y…
Extension
Straightening parts at a joint so the angle increases and the…
13 terms
Anatomy Muscle Test (movements)
pronation
supination
abduction
adduction
forearm rotates medially so the palm faces posteriorly
forearm rotates laterally so the palm faces anteriorly
moving a limb away from the midline
moving a limb towards the midline
pronation
forearm rotates medially so the palm faces posteriorly
supination
forearm rotates laterally so the palm faces anteriorly
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