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What is the origin of the external intercostal?
rib
What is the origin of the external oblique?
lumbodorsal fascia and ribs
What is the origin of the internal intercostal?
rib
What is the origin of the interbal oblique?
pelvis and lumbodorsal fascia
What is the origin of the rectus abdominus?
pubic symphysis
What is the insertion of the external intercostal?
rib
What is the insertion of the external oblique?
linea alba
What is the insertion of the internal intercostal?
rib
What is the insertion of the internal oblique
linea alba
What is the insertion of the rectus abdominus?
sternum and costal cartilages
What is the function of the external intercostal?
draws ribs craniad
What is the function of the external oblique?
compresses adbominal visera
What is the function of the internal intercostal?
draws rivbs caudad
What is the function of the internal oblique?
compresses abdominal viscera
What is the function of the rectus abdominus?
flexes trunk & compresses abdominal viscera
What is the origin of the transversus?
illium, lumbar vertebrae, & posteriot ribs
What is the origin of the clavobrachialis?
clavicle
What is the origin of the pectoantebrachialis?
manubrium
What is the origin of the pectoralis major?
cranial sternebrae
What is the origin of the pectoralis minor?
caudal sternebrae
What is the insertion of the transversus?
linea alba
What is the insertion of the clavobrachialis?
ulna
What is the insertion of the pectoantebrachialis?
fascia of forelimb near elbow
What is the insertion of the pectoralis major?
proximal half of humerus
What is the insertion of the pectoralis minor?
proximal half of humerus
What is the function of the transversus?
compresses abdominal visera
What is the function of the clavobrachialis?
draws humerus craniad
What is the function of the pectoantebrachialis?
adducts and rotates forelimb
What is the function of the pectoralis major?
adducts and rotates forelimb
What is the function of the pectoralis minor?
adducts and rotates forelimb
What is the origin of the xiphihumeralis?
xiphoid process
What is the origin of the cleidomastoid?
clavicle
What is the origin of the digastric?
mastoid and jugular processes
What is the origin of the geniohyoid?
mandible
What is the origin of the hyoglossus?
hyoid
What is the insertion of the xiphihumeralis?
proximal half of the humerus
What is the insertion of the cleidomastoid?
mastoid process
What is the insertion of the digastric?
mandible
What is the insertion of the geniohyoid?
hyoid
What is the insertion of the hyoglossus?
tongue
What is the function of the xiphihumeralis?
adducts and rotates forelimb
What is the function of the cleidomastoid?
rotates head
What is the function of the digastric?
depresses lower jaw
What is the function of the geniohyoid?
draws hyoid craniad
What is the function of the hyoglossus?
retracts the tongue
What is the origin of the mylohyoid?
mandible
What is the origin of the sternohyoid?
manubrium
What is the origin of the sternomastoid?
manubrium
What is the origin of the sternothyroid?
manubrium of sternum
What is the origin of the thyrohyoid?
thyroid cartilage
What is the insertion of the mylohyoid?
median raphe
What is the insertion of the sternohyoid?
hyoid
What is the insertion of the sternomastoid?
mastoid process
What is the insertion of the sternothyroid?
thyroid cartilage
What is the insertion of the thyrohyoid?
hyoid
What is the function of the mylohyoid?
elevates floor of mouth
What is the function of the sternohyoid?
draws hyoid caudad
What is the function of the sternomastoid?
rotates head
What is the function of the sternothyroid?
draws larynx caudad
What is the function of the thyrohyoid?
draws larynx craniad
What is the origin of the masseter?
zygomatic arch
What is the function of the masseter?
elevates lower jaw
What is the insertion of the masseter?
mandible
What is the origin of the temporalis?
zygomatic process of the frontal bone
What is the insertion of the temporalis?
coronoid process of the mandible
What is the functiono of the temporalis?
elevates lower jaw
What is the origin of the acromiodeltoid?
acromion process of the scapula
What is the origin of the acromiotrapezius?
neural spines of cervical & 1st thoracic verts
What is the origin of the clavotrapezius?
nuchal line of skill & dorsal midline of neck
What is the origin of the infraspinatus?
infrapinatus fossa of scapula
What is the origin of the latissimus dorsi?
lumbodorsal fascia & neural spines of the last thoracic & lumbar vertebrae
What is the insertion of the acromiodeltoid?
humerus
What is the insertion of the acromiotrapezius?
metacromion process & spine of scapula
What is the insertion of the clavotrapezius?
clavicle
What is the insertion of the infraspinatus?
greater tuberosity of humerus
What is the insertion of the latissimus dorsi?
medial surface of humerus
What is the function of the acromiodeltoid?
flexes and rotates humerus
What is the function of the acromiotrapezius?
draws scapula dorsally and medially
What is the function of the clavotrapezius?
draws humerus craniad
What is the function of the infraspinatus?
rotates the humerus
What is the function of the latissimus dorsi?
elevates the arm and draws it caudad
What is the origin of the levator scapulae ventralis?
occipital bone & transverse process of atlas
What is the origin of the rhomboideus?
neural spines of thoracic vertebrae
What is the origin of the rhomboideus capitis?
nuchal line
What is the origin of the spinodeltoid?
spine of scapula
What is the origin of the spinotrapezius?
neural spines of thoracic vertebrae
What is the insertion of the levator scapulae ventralis?
metacromion process
What is the insertion of the rhomboideus?
ventral border of scapula
What is the insertion of the rhomboideus capitis?
angle of scapula
What is the insertion of the spinodeltoid?
deltoid ridge of the humerus
What is the insertion of the spinotrapezius?
fascia around scapula
What is the function of the levator scapulae ventralis?
draws scapula craniad
What is the function of the rhomboideus?
draws scapula dorsally
What is the function of the rhomboideus capitis?
draws scapula craniad
What is the function of the spinodeltoid?
elevates and rotates the humerus
What is the function of the spinotrapezius?
draws scapula dorsally and caudad
What is the origin of the splenius?
mid-dorsal facia of the neck
What is the origin supraspinatus?
supraspinous fossa
What is the insertion of the splenius?
nuchal line
What is the insertion of the supraspinatus?
greater tuberosity of humerus
What is the function of the splenius?
turns and elevates head
What is the function of the supraspinatus?
extends humerus
What is the origin of the scalenus?
ribs
What is the origin of the serratus ventralis?
first 10 ribs
What is the origin of the subscapularis?
subscapular fossa
What is the insertion of the scalenus?
cervical vertebrae
What is the insertion of the serratus ventralis?
ventral border of scapula
What is the insertion of the subscapularis?
lesser tuberosity of humerus
What is the function of the scalenus?
flexes neck, draw ribs craniad
What is the function of the serratus ventralis?
draws scapula ventrally and craniad
What is the function of the subscapularis?
draws humerus medially
What is the origin of the teres major?
axillary border of scapula
What is the origin of the transversus costarum?
sternum
What is the insertion of the teres major?
medial surface of humerus
What is the insertion of the transversus costarum?
first rib
What is the function of the teres major?
draws humerus medially
What is the function of the transversus costarum?
draws sternum craniad
What is the origin of the biceps brachii?
glenoid fossa
What is the origin of the brachialis?
humerus
What is the origin of the epitrochearis?
latissimus dorsi
What is the insertion of teh biceps brachii?
tuberosity of radius
What is the insertion of the brachialis?
below semilunar notch of ulna
What is the insertion of the epitrochlearis?
olecranon process of ulna
What is the function of the biceps brachii?
flexes forearm
What is the function of the brachialis?
flexes forarm
What is the function of the epitrochlearis?
rotates ulna
What is the origin of the gluteus medius?
iliac crest, sacral, and first caudal vertebrae
What is the origin of the tensor fascia lata?
ilium
What is the insertion of the gluteus medius?
greater trochanter of femur
What is the insertion of the tensor fascia lata?
fascia lata
What is the function of the gluteus medius?
abducts thigh
What is the function of the tensor fascia lata?
extends the fascia lata
What is the origin of the adductor femoris?
pubic symphysis
What is the origin of the adductor longus?
pubis symphysis
What is the origin of the gracilis?
pubic symphysis
What is the insertion of the adductor femoris?
femur
What is the insertion of the adductor longus?
femur
What is the insertion of the gracilis?
fascia of lower thigh
What is the function of the adductor femoris?
adducts thigh
What is the function of the adductor longus?
adducts thigh
What is the function of the gracilis?
adducts thigh
What is the origin of the rectus femoris?
ilium
What is the origin of the sartorius?
iliac crest
What is the origin of the semimembranosus?
ischium
What is the origin of the semitenainosus?
ischium
What is the origin of the vastus intermedius?
femur
What is the insertion of the rectus femoris?
patella
What is the insertion of the sartorius?
patella and proximal tibia
What is the insertion of the semimembranosus?
medial epicondyle of femur & proximal tibia
What is the insertion of the semitenainosus?
tibia
What is the insertion of the vastus intermedius?
patella
What is the function of the rectus femoris?
extends lower leg
What is the function of the sartorius?
adducts and rotates thigh
What is the function of the semimembranosus?
extends thigh
What is the function of the semitenainosus?
flexes lower leg
What is the function of the vastus intermedius?
extends lower leg
What is the origin of the vastus lateralis?
femur
What is the origin of the vastus medialis?
femur
What is the origin of the gastrocnemius?
femur
What is the insertion of the vastus lateralis?
patella
What is the insertion of the vastus medialis?
patella
What is the insertion of the gastrocnemius?
calcaneum
What is the function of the vastus lateralis?
extends lower leg
What is the function of the vastus medialis?
extends lower leg
What is the function of the gastrocnemius?
extends foot