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MUSCLES CONNECTING TRUNK TO SHOULDER GIRDLE
1. TRAPEZIUS
2. PECTORALIS MINOR
3. LEVATOR SCAPULA
4. RHOMBOIDS
5. SERRATUS ANTERIOR (BOXER'S MUSCLES)OR WINGING
MUSCLES CONNECTING SHOULDER GIRDLE TO HUMERUS
1. DELTOID
2. SUPRASPINATUS
3. INFRASPINATUS
4. SUBSCAPULARIS
5. CORACOBRACHIALIS
6. TERES MAJOR
7. TERES MINOR
MUSCLES OF THE ROTATOR CUFF
1. SUPRASPINATUS
2. INFRASPINATUS
3. SUBSCAPULARIS
4. TERES MINOR
MUSCLES CONNECTING TRUNK TO HUMERUS
1. PECTORALIS MAJOR
2. LATISSIMUS DORSI
FLEXOR MUSCLES OF THE FOREARM
1. FLEXOR CARPI RADIALIS
2. PALMARIS LONGUS
3. FLEXOR DIGITORUM SUPERFICIALIS
4. FLEXOR CARPI ULNARIS
5. FLEXOR POLLICIS LONGUS
6. FLEXOR DIGITORUM PROFUNDUS
FLEXORS - LATERAL, MEDIAL OR POSTERIOR?
MEDIAL
PALMARIS LONGUS - FLEXOR OR EXTENSOR?
FLEXOR
ABDUCTOR POLLICIS LONGUS - ANTERIOR OR POSTERIOR SIDE OF THE FOREMARM?
POSTERIOR
SOMETHING THAT ADDUCTS @ THE WRIST OR FINGER IS LOCATED ON WHICH SIDE?
MEDIAL
SOMETHING THAT MOVES TOWARDS THE THUMB IS AB OR AD?
ABDUCTS
FLEXOR MUSCLES ORIGIN
MEDIAL EPICONDYLE
EXTENSOR MUSCLES
LATERAL EPICONDYLE
WHAT IS DESCRIBED AS ANTERIOR @ OR NEAR THE MEDIAL SIDE
FLEXORS
INVERSION OF THE FOOT IS DONE WITH WHAT?
TIBIALIS
EVERSION OF THE FOOT IS DONE WITH WHAT?
PERONEOUS
EXTENSOR MUSCLES OF THE FOREARM
1. EXTENSOR CARPI ULNARIS
2. EXTENSOR DIGITORUM
3. EXTENSOR CARPI RADIALIS BREVIS
4. EXTENSOR CARPI RADIALIS LONGUS
5. EXTENSOR DIGITI MINIMI
6. EXTENSOR INDICIS
7. EXTENSOR POLLICIS LONGUS
8. EXTENSOR POLLICIS BREVIS
9. ABDUCTOR POLLICIS LONGUS
WHICH MUSCLES ARE LOCATED @ THE LATERAL EPICONDYLE?
EXTENSORS
THE ABDUCTOR POLLICIS LONGUS IS LOCATED WHERE?
BELOW THE LATERAL EPICONDYLE
MUSCLES OF POSTERIOR THIGH
1. BICEPS FEMORIS
2. SEMITENDONOSUS
3. SEMIMEMBRANOSUS
FUNCTION OF THE MUSCLES OF THE POSTERIOR THIGH
FLEX THE KNEE
MUSCLES THAT FINE TUNE THE NECK
1. RECTUS CAPITIS POSTERIOR MAJOR
2. RECTUS CAPITIS POSTERIOR MINOR
3. RECTUS CAPITIS LATERALIS
4. RECTUS CAPITIS ANTERIOR
5. OBLIQUUS CAPITIS SUPERIOR
6. OBLIQUUS CAPITIS INFERIOR
WHICH CERVICAL MUSCLES DOES NOT GO TO THE SKULL?
MUSCLES FOUND BETWEEN C1 AND C2
MUSCLES OF THE MEDIAL THIGH
1. PECTINEUS
2. ADDUCTOR BREVIS
3. ADDUCTOR LONGUS
4. ADDUCTOR MAGNUS
5. GRACILIS
MUSCLES OF THE MEDIAL THIGH DO WHAT?
ADDUCT
MUSCLES OF THE ANTERIOR THIGH
1. VASTUS MEDIALIS
2. VASTUS INTERMEDIALIS
3. RECTUS FEMORIS
4. VASTUS LATERALIS
5. SATORIUS
MUSCLES OF THE ANTERIOR THIGH DO WHAT?
EXTEND THE LEG
FACIAL MUSCLES OF THE FOREHEAD
1. OCCIPITALFRONTIALIS - RAISES FOREHEAD
2. CORRUGATOR - BRINGS EYEBROWN DOWN AND CREATES FROWN
WHICH MUSCLE CREATES A FROWN?
CORRUGATOR
WHICH MUSCLES CLOSES THE EYE
7TH CRANIAL NERVE
THE LEVATOR PALPEBRAE SUPERIORIS DOES WHAT?
OPENS THE EYE - 3RD CRANIAL NERVE
FUNCTION OF THE TEMPORALIS
CLOSES THE JAW
FUNCTION OF THE MASSETER
CLOSES THE JAW
FUNCTION OF THE MEDIAL PTERYGOID
CLOSES THE JAW
FUNCTION OF THE LATERAL PTERYGOID
OPENS THE JAW
THE GENIOGLOSSUS DOES WHAT?
PROTRUDES AND RETRACTS THE TONGUE
THE HYOGLOSSUS DOES WHAT?
LOWERS THE TONGUE
THE STYOGLOSSUS DOES WHAT?
ELEVATES AND RETRACTS THE TONGUE
GENIOGLOSSUS, HYOGLOSSUS AND STYOGLOSSUS ARE INTRINSIC OR EXTRINSIC MUSCLES?
EXTRINSIC
IN A STROKE, THE TONGUE WILL POINT TO THE SAME OR THE OPPOSITE SIDE OF THE ACCIDENT?
OPPOSITE
WHICH TYPES OF MUSCLES TAKE CARE OF THE FINE DELICATE MOVEMENT OF THE TONGUE?
INTRINSIC
WHAT ARE THE INTRINSIC MUSCLES OF THE TONGUE?
1. SUPERIOR & INFERIOR LONGITUDINAL
2. VERTICAL
3. TRANSVERSE
THE TIBIALIS POSTERIOR, THE TIBIALIS ANTERIOR, THE PERONEUS LONGUS, THE PERONEUS BREVIS AND THE PERONEUS TERTIUS ARE MUSCLES OF WHAT PART OF THE BODY?
FRONT OF THE LEG
TIBIALIS MUSCLES INVERT OR EVERT?
INVERT
PERONEUS MUSCLES INVERT OR EVER?
EVERT
THE GASTRONEMIUS, THE SOLEUS AND THE PLANTARIS ARE MUSCLES OF WHAT PART OF THE BODY?
MUSCLES OF THE CALF
THE GASTROCNEMIUS, THE SOLEUS AND THE PLANTAR ARE MUSLCES OF WHAT?
MUSCLES OF THE CALF
MUSCLES OF THE CALF DO WHAT?
PLANTAR FLEXION OF THE FOOT
FIRST MUSCLES TO BE PENETRATED WHEN NEEDLING THE FRONT OF THE THIGH
RECTUS FEMORIS (DEAD CENTER)
WHICH MUSCLE HELPS ONE DO THE LOTUS POSITION?
THE SARTORIUS
FIRST MUSCLE TO BE PENETRATED WHEN NEEDLING THE SIDE OF THE THIGH
TENSOR FASCIA LATAE
FIRST MUSCLES TO BE PENETRATED WHEN NEEDLING THE BACK OF THE THIGH
BICEPS FEMORIS
FIRST MUSCLE TO BE PENETRATED WHEN NEEDLING THE CALF
GASTROCNEMIUS
FIRST MUSCLE TO BE PENETRATED WHEN NEEDLING THE UPPER SHOULDER
DELTOID
FIRST MUSCLE TO BE PENETRATED WHEN NEEDLING THE BACK OF ARM
TRICEPS
FIRST MUSCLE TO BE PENETRATED WHEN NEEDLING THE FRONT OF ARM
BICEPS BRACHII
FIRST MUSCLE TO BE PENETRATED WHEN NEEDLING THE LOWER BACK
LATISSIMUS DORSI
FIRST MUSCLE TO BE PENETRATED WHEN NEEDLING THE UPPER BACK
TRAPS