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15 terms
Muscle Identification - PE2
Rectus Abdominus
Biceps
Deltoids
Erector Spinae
Rectus Abdominus
Biceps
302 terms
muscle 2
A 3 year old boy, an inner city reside…
A 50 year old man presents with recurr…
An 88 year old woman with marked kypho…
A 20 year old woman presents with depi…
The correct answer is B. The child has rickets, which is caus…
The correct answer is E. This is a case of gout. Gout is char…
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A 3 year old boy, an inner city reside…
The correct answer is B. The child has rickets, which is caus…
A 50 year old man presents with recurr…
The correct answer is E. This is a case of gout. Gout is char…
14 terms
Muscle 2
O-Medial half of clavicle. ... I- Lateral…
O- sternum, Cartilages of upper 6 ribs…
O- Thoracolumbar aponeurosis, Lower 6…
O-inferior angle of scapula (dorsal su…
Clavicular head (Pectoralis Major)
Sternocostal head (Pectoralis Major)
Latissimus Dorsi
Teres major
O-Medial half of clavicle. ... I- Lateral…
Clavicular head (Pectoralis Major)
O- sternum, Cartilages of upper 6 ribs…
Sternocostal head (Pectoralis Major)
Muscle ID #2
Orbicularis Oris
Orbicularis Oculi
Buccinator
Masseter
Muscle #3
Muscle #2
Muscle #4
Muscle #9
Orbicularis Oris
Muscle #3
Orbicularis Oculi
Muscle #2
Muscles 2: Muscle Anatomy
skeletal muscle
cardiac muscle
smooth muscle
epimysium
attached to bones. Provides movement of skeleton. Striated an…
predominant tissue within the heart wall. Consists of interca…
Located primarily in the walls of hollow organs (stomach, blo…
outermost layer of fascia that surrounds the entire muscle.
skeletal muscle
attached to bones. Provides movement of skeleton. Striated an…
cardiac muscle
predominant tissue within the heart wall. Consists of interca…
muscle 2
frontalis
occipitalis
orbicularis oculi
orbicularis oris
origin: occipital bone; insertion: muscles around eye; raises…
origin: occipital bone; insertion: muscles around eye; raises…
origin: frontal and maxilla; insertion: eye; blinking
origin: muscles of mouth; insertion: central lip; kissing
frontalis
origin: occipital bone; insertion: muscles around eye; raises…
occipitalis
origin: occipital bone; insertion: muscles around eye; raises…
Muscle 2
sternocleidomastoid
splenius capitis
semispinalis capitis
erector spinae
tilts the head laterally on the same side while simultaneousl…
brings the head to an upright position when contracting toget…
extends head, bends it to one side, or rotates it. ... -upward…
extend/rotate head... maintain vertebrae in erect position
sternocleidomastoid
tilts the head laterally on the same side while simultaneousl…
splenius capitis
brings the head to an upright position when contracting toget…
32 terms
Muscle 2
Skeletal Muscle
muscles can
Prime mover or "agonist"
Antagonist
Striated muscle... attach skeleton by tendons
ONLY PULL, NEVER PUSH
Muscle that has major responsibility for producing a specific…
Muscles that oppose or reverse a particular movement ... When a…
Skeletal Muscle
Striated muscle... attach skeleton by tendons
muscles can
ONLY PULL, NEVER PUSH
32 terms
MUSCLE 2
smooth muscle sarcoplasm
Dense bodies
desmin
Sarcolemma
Myofilaments don't have organization of the actin and myosin
alpha actinin, anchor the actin to the cell membrane
pull the actin filament in place, but not too organized.
has caveolae, and communicating junction
smooth muscle sarcoplasm
Myofilaments don't have organization of the actin and myosin
Dense bodies
alpha actinin, anchor the actin to the cell membrane
66 terms
Muscle 2
frontalis muscle
occipitals muscle
temporalis muscle
masseter muscle
frontalis muscle
occipitals muscle
12 terms
muscle 2
fascicle
epimysium
perimysium
endomysium
1
2
3
4
fascicle
1
epimysium
2
Muscle 2
Psoas Major Muscle... Hip flexion; later…
Iliacus Muscle... Hip flexion
Gluteus Maximus Muscle... Hip flexion
Tensor Fasciae Latae Muscle... Hip flexi…
Psoas Major Muscle... Hip flexion; later…
Iliacus Muscle... Hip flexion
34 terms
Muscle 2
calcium and energy (ADP)
sarcoplasm reticulum
T (transverse) Tubule
Excitation Contraction Coupling
What causes proteins to begin moving to overlap?
What runs along length of muscle myofibril and contains a rea…
What runs along a Z disc and closely contacts the sarcoplasm…
What is the sequence of events by which transmission of an ac…
calcium and energy (ADP)
What causes proteins to begin moving to overlap?
sarcoplasm reticulum
What runs along length of muscle myofibril and contains a rea…
MUSCLE 2
Trapezius... (MUSCLES THAT MOVE THE SHOU…
Levator Scapulae ... (MUSCLES THAT MOVE T…
Deltoid ... (MUSCLES THAT MOVE THE SHOULD…
Deltoid
Origin : External occipital protuberance; spinous processes o…
Action: Elevates scapula if cervical vertebrae are fixed; fle…
Action : Anterior fibers flex and medially rotate arm; latera…
Deltoid has two origins. The textbook has this muscle classif…
Trapezius... (MUSCLES THAT MOVE THE SHOU…
Origin : External occipital protuberance; spinous processes o…
Levator Scapulae ... (MUSCLES THAT MOVE T…
Action: Elevates scapula if cervical vertebrae are fixed; fle…
20 terms
Muscle 2
rhomboideus major
infraspinatus
teres major
teres minor
rhomboideus major
infraspinatus
muscle 2
epimysium
perimysium
endomysium
myofibrils
CT covering of muscle
CT covering of fasicles
CT covering muscle cells
-elements of the cytoskeleton... -contractile portion of the mus…
epimysium
CT covering of muscle
perimysium
CT covering of fasicles
32 terms
Muscle 2
Gluteus Maximus
Gluteus medius
Gluteus minimus
Piriformis
Origin: outer iliac blade, iliac crest, sacrum, coccyx... Insert…
Gluteus Maximus
Origin: outer iliac blade, iliac crest, sacrum, coccyx... Insert…
Gluteus medius
muscle 2
Pectoralis Minor
Serratus Anterior
Trapezius
Levator Scapulea
Depresses and moves scapula anteriorly
Rotates scapula to point glenoid cavity
Elevates clavical and scapula, adducts scapula, or depress sc…
Elevates scapula
Pectoralis Minor
Depresses and moves scapula anteriorly
Serratus Anterior
Rotates scapula to point glenoid cavity
Muscle 2
Deltoid
Biceps Brachii
Brachioradialis
Brachialis
Deltoid
Biceps Brachii
MUSCLE 2
Frontalis
Occipital bone
muscles around eye
raise eyebrows
Frontalis ORIGIN
Frontalis INSERTION
Frontalis ACTION
Frontalis
Occipital bone
Frontalis ORIGIN
18 terms
Muscle Review Set 2
flexor digitorum longus
pectoralis major
pectoralis minor
rectus abdominus
flexor digitorum longus
pectoralis major
41 terms
muscle 2
biceps brachii
brachialis
coracobrachialis
deltoid
biceps brachii
brachialis
18 terms
muscle 2
orbicularis oculi
orbicularis oris
frontalis
occipitalis
orbicularis oculi
orbicularis oris
19 terms
Muscle 2
Pectoantebrachialis (Thoracic Region)
Pectoralis major (Thoracic Region)
Pectoralis minor (Thoracic Region)
Latissimus dorsi (Thoracic Region)
Pectoantebrachialis (Thoracic Region)
Pectoralis major (Thoracic Region)
31 terms
Muscle 2
gluteus maximus
gluteus medius
gluteus minimus
piriformis
gluteus maximus
gluteus medius
17 terms
Muscle Test Study #2
Gastrocnemius
Soleus
Tibialis Anterior
Gracilis
Pushes foot (Large Muscle)
Pushes foot
Pulls foot
Brings Leg Back Toward Midline
Gastrocnemius
Pushes foot (Large Muscle)
Soleus
Pushes foot
13 terms
Muscle 2
Transverse (T) Tubule
Sarcoplasmic Recticulum
Lateral Sacs
Foot Proteins/Ryanodine Receptor
invagination of the plasma membrane at each sacromere
modified endoplasmic reticulum composed of a fine netwrok of…
enlarged regions of the sarcoplasmic reticulum that come into…
located in S.R. ; proteins that span the gap between the late…
Transverse (T) Tubule
invagination of the plasma membrane at each sacromere
Sarcoplasmic Recticulum
modified endoplasmic reticulum composed of a fine netwrok of…
13 terms
Muscle 2
Where does calcium come from in cardia…
Describe voluntary muscle and somatic…
Describe involuntary muscle and automa…
Skeletal
Extra cellular and intracellular calcium
Voluntary muscle contraction requires stimulation by a motor…
A contraction that can occur without neural stimulation
Voluntary and striated
Where does calcium come from in cardia…
Extra cellular and intracellular calcium
Describe voluntary muscle and somatic…
Voluntary muscle contraction requires stimulation by a motor…
Muscle 2
brachioradialis
pronator teres
flexor carpi radialis
palmaris longus
brachioradialis
pronator teres
48 terms
Muscle Action Practice 2
Trapezius
Serratus Anterior
Deltoid:
Supraspinatus
Elevates, retracts, and depresses the scapula
protract scapula
abducts humerus
abducts humerus
Trapezius
Elevates, retracts, and depresses the scapula
Serratus Anterior
protract scapula
49 terms
Muscle 2
Smooth Muscle characteristics
myocyte
smooth muscle cell characteristics
smooth muscle cell myofilaments
no cross striations, simplest type of muscle, slow but forcef…
any muscle cell
central & long cigar-shaped nuclei, sarcoplasm: sarcoplasmic…
poorly organized- still has actin and myosin but don't have t…
Smooth Muscle characteristics
no cross striations, simplest type of muscle, slow but forcef…
myocyte
any muscle cell
20 terms
Muscle 2
Sartorius
Gracilis
Tensor Fasciae Latae
Gastrocnemius
Lower limb superficial; very thin flap at the top of the leg…
Lower limb superficial; thin flap on inner thigh/on the groin…
Lower limb superficial; small flap on posterior side above bi…
Lower limb superficial; the calf muscle. Above it more latera…
Sartorius
Lower limb superficial; very thin flap at the top of the leg…
Gracilis
Lower limb superficial; thin flap on inner thigh/on the groin…
Muscle 2
pic of the muscle action potential
steps of a muscle action potential
Excitation contraction coupling
Ca can enter the sarcoplasm through __…
1) somatic motor neuron releases ACh at the nmj... 2) Net entry…
1) AP potential in the t-tubule alters conformation of DHP re…
L-type Calcium channels
pic of the muscle action potential
steps of a muscle action potential
1) somatic motor neuron releases ACh at the nmj... 2) Net entry…
21 terms
Muscle Quiz #2
Biceps Brachii
Brachioradialis
Extensor Carpi
Extensor Digitorum
Biceps Brachii
Brachioradialis
58 terms
Muscle List #2
Abductor Digiti Minimi
Abductor Pollicis Brevis
Abductor Pollicis Longus
Adductor Pollicis
Medial muscle of hypothenar group, superficial. Action--Abduc…
Lateral muscle to thenar group, superficial.... Action--Abducts…
Lateral and parallel to extensor pollicis longus, just distal…
Fan-shaped with horizontal fibers, distal to other thenar mus…
Abductor Digiti Minimi
Medial muscle of hypothenar group, superficial. Action--Abduc…
Abductor Pollicis Brevis
Lateral muscle to thenar group, superficial.... Action--Abducts…
35 terms
Muscles 2
orbicularis oculi
zygomaticus
trapezius
pectoralis major
orbicularis oculi
zygomaticus
13 terms
Muscles 2
transverse abdominals
internal oblique abdominals
external oblique abdominals
rectus abdominals
transverse abdominals
internal oblique abdominals
11 terms
Muscle 2
Deltoid
Supraspinatus
teres major
biceps brachii
clavicle/scapula, humerus, flexes/extends/abducts arm, shoulder
scapula, humerus, abducts arm; holds head of humerus in place…
scapula, humerus, extends/adducts arm, upper back
scapula, radius, flex/supinate forearm, anterior arm
Deltoid
clavicle/scapula, humerus, flexes/extends/abducts arm, shoulder
Supraspinatus
scapula, humerus, abducts arm; holds head of humerus in place…
Muscles 2
trapezius
dorsal
triceps
gemellus
trapezius
dorsal
42 terms
Muscle 2
Sliding Filament Theory
Connective Tissue Covering
Red Muscle Fiber
White Muscle Fiber
ATP activites myosin heads... Calcium exposes actuve sites in ac…
Tendon attaches muscle to bone... Epimysium covers muscles... Perim…
Slow twitch, thin, myoglobin, mitochondria, slow contraction,…
Fast twitch, thick, no myoglobin/mitochondria, fast contracti…
Sliding Filament Theory
ATP activites myosin heads... Calcium exposes actuve sites in ac…
Connective Tissue Covering
Tendon attaches muscle to bone... Epimysium covers muscles... Perim…
Muscles 2
Sternocleidomastoid
Lattisimus Dorsi
Trapezius
Rhomboids
Keeps head upright
Flat muscle on back; creates posterior fold of armpit; connec…
Upwardly rotates scapula; attaches to spine of scapula
Downward movement of scapula; attached to medial border of sc…
Sternocleidomastoid
Keeps head upright
Lattisimus Dorsi
Flat muscle on back; creates posterior fold of armpit; connec…
22 terms
Muscles 2
Extensor carpi radialis
Common digital extensor
Lateral digital extensor
Ulnaris lateralis
Dorsal side of the front leg
First lateral muscle from the extensor carpi radialis
Between the common digital extensor and the Ulnaris lateralis
Ventral to the lateral digital extensor
Extensor carpi radialis
Dorsal side of the front leg
Common digital extensor
First lateral muscle from the extensor carpi radialis
20 terms
Muscle Tissue Review 2
Skeletal Muscle Tissue
Cardiac Muscle Tissue
Smooth Muscle Tissue
Describes movement that is intentional…
Voluntary
Skeletal Muscle Tissue
Cardiac Muscle Tissue
15 terms
Muscle Functions - PE2
Hamstrings
Quadriceps
Biceps
Triceps
Flexion at the knee
Extension at the knee
Flexion at the elbow
Extension at the elbow
Hamstrings
Flexion at the knee
Quadriceps
Extension at the knee
51 terms
Muscle 2: fibers and smooth muscle
Osmosis 1
osmosis 2
osmosis 3
Muscle fatigue varies with?
-movement of solvent from an area of low osmolarity to high o…
-movement of solvent from an area of high solvent activity to…
-movement of solvent from an area of low solute concentration…
1. the type of muscle fibre (some fibres are more resistant t…
Osmosis 1
-movement of solvent from an area of low osmolarity to high o…
osmosis 2
-movement of solvent from an area of high solvent activity to…
6 terms
Muscle #2
Adductor longus
Sartorius
Quadriceps femoris
Tibialis
Inner leg
Leg band
Leg muscle
Calf muscle
Adductor longus
Inner leg
Sartorius
Leg band
Muscles 2
Sarcolemma
Sarcoplasm
Fascicle
Tendon
Muscle plasma membrane
Muscle cytoplasm
Bundle of muscle cells
Connects muscle to bone
Sarcolemma
Muscle plasma membrane
Sarcoplasm
Muscle cytoplasm
46 terms
MUSCLE 2
What are the two types of smooth muscle?
Is multi unit nurogenic? pacemaker?
is single unit neurogenic? pacemaker?
Describe smooth muscle:... Striations?... Lo…
Multi unit and Single unit
yes, no pacemaker.
no, myogenic. Yes pacemaker.
Non striated, variegated structure... Present in viscera, CV sys…
What are the two types of smooth muscle?
Multi unit and Single unit
Is multi unit nurogenic? pacemaker?
yes, no pacemaker.
33 terms
Muscle 1 muscle 2
Fascia
Aponeuroses
Myofibrils
Myosin
sheet, band
Attaches muscle to muscle and muscle to bone
Microscopic protein filaments that make up muscle cells.
Thick filament
Fascia
sheet, band
Aponeuroses
Attaches muscle to muscle and muscle to bone
35 terms
Muscle2
Serratus anterior
Internal intercostal
External intercostal
External oblique
Serratus anterior
Internal intercostal
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