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Muscles passing from the ? to the ? anchor the scapula to the axial skeleton
axial skeleton, pectoral region
name the seven muscles that anchor the scapula to the axial skeleton
1) trapezius
2) levator scapulae
3) rhomboid major
4) rhomboid minor
5) serratus anterior
6) pectoralis minor
7) latissimus dorsi
muscles passing from ? to the ? movie the arm
axial skeleton, humerus
these two muscles that pass from thr axial skeleton to the humorus move the arm
1) pectoralis major
2) latissimus dorsi
muscles passing from the pectoral girdle to the humerus do what? and include which muscles?
1) move the arm: teres major, deltoid
2)secures the head of the humerus to the scapula (rotator cuff muscles): supraspinatus, infraspinatus, teres minor, subscapularis (SITS)