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Frontalis
Frontal Belly and covers dome of the skull
Orbicularis Oculi
Circular muscle around eyes
Zygomaticus
Extends diagonally from corner of mouth to cheekbone
Risorius
Slender muscle, runs inferior and lateral to zygomaticus
Depressor Labii
Small muscle from lower lip to mandible
Orbicularis Oris
Multilayered muscle of lips that is mostly cicularly.
Mentalis
One muscle pair forming a V-shaped muscle on the chin
Buccinator
Principal muscle of cheek, runs horizontally, deep to the masseter
Masseter
Covers lateral aspect of mandibular ramus, forces closure of jaw
Temporalis
Fan-shaped muscle lying over the frontal and parietal bones
Sternocleidomastoid
Two-headed muscle located deep on the surface of the neck. Rotates the neck and flexion of neck.
Pectoralis Major
Large fan-shaped muscle covering the upper portion of the chest
Serratus Anterior
Fan-shaped muscle deep to the scapula, beneath and inferior to pectoral muscles on lateral rib cage.
Deltoid
Fleshy triangular muscle forming the shoulder muscle mass
Pectoralis Minor
Flat, thin muscle directly neneath and obscured by the Pectoralis Major
Rectus Abdominis
Medial superficial muscle, extends from pubis to rib cage
External Oblique
Most superficial lateral muslce "V Shaped"
Internal Oblique
"A Frame" Muscle located on the rectus abdominis
Linea Alba
"White Line" on Rectus Abdominis where left meets the right
Trapezius
Most superficial muscle of the posterior thorax
Teres Minor
Small muscle inferior to the infraspinatus; a rotator cuff muscle
Teres Major
Located inferiorly to the Teres Minor
Triceps Brachii
Large fleshy muscle of posterior humerus
Biceps Brachii
Most familiar muscle of anterior humerus; bulges where forearm is flexed
Brachiordalis
Superficial muscle of lateral forearm
Brachialis
Immediately deep to biceps brachii
Pronator Teres
Located lateraly on the forearm. Pronates arm.
Extensor Group
Located in the forearm
Flexor Group
Located in the forearm
Gracilis
Straplike superficial muscle of medial thigh
Quadricep Group
Rectus Femoris
Vastus Lateralis
Vastus Medialis
Vastus Intermedius
Located superficially on thigh
Gluteus Maximus
Largest and most superficial muscle which forms the buttocks
Hamstrings Group
Bicep Femoris - lateral
Semitendinosus - medial
Semimembranosus - deep to semi
Gastrocmenius
Superficial muscle of pair
"calf"
Soleus
Deep to gastrocnemius