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54 Cards in this Set

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Long head of the triceps
Extends the forearm
Cutaneous Maximus
To twitch the skin, as in avoiding irritants.
Platysma
Moves skin around the neck and face
Sternomastoid
Flexes neck and rotates head
Pectoralis major
Extends the arm
Triceps Brachii
Extends the elbow
Latissimus Dorsi
Rotates the shoulder
Masseter
Closes the jaw
Cleidomastoid
Rotates the head
Clavobrachialis
Draws the humerus (shoulder) cranially (towards the head/up)
Clavotrapezius
Pulls the arm cranially
Spinodeltoid
Elevates and rotates the humerus
Long head of the triceps
Extends the forearm
Acromiotrapezius
Draws scapula dorsally (back/spine side) and medially (inward)
Spinotrapezius
Draws scapula dorsally (back/spine side)
Levator scapulae ventralis
Draws scapula crainially
Biceps brachii
Flexes forearm
External oblique (fibers can run at different angles)
Compresses the abdomen
Pectoralis minor
Adducts (toward medial(inward) line) and rotates the forelimb
Rectus (fibers run parallel to each other) abdominis
Flexes the trunk
External intercostal
Draws the ribs cranially
Biceps femoris
Flexes the leg
Gluteus maximus
Abducts (away from medial line) thigh
Sartorius
Adducts (toward medial line) and rotates the thigh
Semitendinosus
Bend the knee
Gracilis
Adducts (toward medial line) thigh
Adductor femoris
Adducts (toward the medial line) the hip
Vastus medialis
Extends lower leg
Gastrochemius
Extends foot
Soleus
Extends the foot
Tibialis anterior
Stabilize the ankle
Semimembranosus
Flexes the lower leg
Superior
Above
Inferior
Below
Anterior
Front
Posterior
Back
Medial
Inward
Laterally
Outward
Axial
Head/neck/trunk
Appendicular
Arms/legs
Ventral
Belly side
Dorsal
Back/spine side
Sphincter
Closed
Dilator
Opened
Proximal
Closer to main joint
Distal
Further from main joint
Extensor
Straightens joint
Flexor
Bends joint
Adductor
Toward medial line
Abductor
Away from medial line
Pronator
Turn the dorsal surface anteriorly
Supinator
Turn the ventral side anteriorly
Levitator
Raise up
Depressor
Lower