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116 Cards in this Set

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Agonist muscle
Muscle responsible for primary movement of a joint

Ex: biceps brachii
Antagonist muscle
Muscle opposing the movement of the agonist

Ex: triceps brachii
Synergist muscle
Muscle that assists in the movement

Ex: coracobrachialis
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Elevates Mandible
Obicularis oris
puckers lips
Obicularis oculi
shutting eyelids/blinking
Zygomaticus Major/minor
elevate upper lip
compress upper cheek
draws back angle of the cheeks
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Draws corner of mouth inferiorly
Laterally moves neck
Erector Spinae
Upright posture and flexing laterally
Quadratus Lumborus
Flexes vertebral column laterally
Elevates ribs
External Intercostals
Elevates ribs
Internal Intercostals
Elevates ribs
Increases volume of thoracic cavity
Rectus abdominus
Rotation of vertebral column
Elevates Scapula
Levator Scapula
Elevates Scapula
Rhambodius Major and Rhambodius Minor
Fixates Scapula
Serratus Anterior
Rotation of scapula
Stabilizes Clavicle
Pectoralis Major
Shoulder Flexion
Pectoralis Minor
Depression of Scapula
Lattismus doris
Arm Adduction
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Temporalis origin
Temporal Fossa
Temporalis insertion
Coronoid process of the mandible
Zygomaticus major origin
Zygomatic bone
Zygomaticus major insertion
Skin of upper lip
Masseter Origin
Zygomatic bone
Masseter insertion
Coronoid process of mandible
Sternocleidomastoid origin
Manubrium of sternum
Sternocleidomastoid insertion
Mastoid process of temporal bone
Trapezius origin
External protuberance of occipital bone
Trapezius insertion
Scauplar spine
Pectoralis major origin
Pectoralis major insertion
Intertubercular groove of humerus
Latissmus dorsi origin
Spinous process of T7-L5
Latissmus dorsi insertion
Intertubercular groove of humerus
Deltoid origin
Spine of Scapula
Deltoid insertion
Deltoid tuberosity of humerus
Infraspinatus origin
Infraspinous fossa
Infraspinatus insertion
Greater tubercle of humerus
Supraspinatus origin
Supraspinous fossa
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Teres minor origin
Lateral margin of scapula
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Biceps Brachii origin
Corocoid process of scapula
Triceps Brachii origin
Posterior humerus
Brachialis origin
Distal portion of anterior humerus
Illiac fossa
Posas major
T12-L5 transverse process
Tensor fasciae Latae origin
Anterior superior iliac spine
Gluetus Maximus origin
Gluteus Medius origin
Gluetus Minimus origin
External inferior iliam surface
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Vastus lateralis origin
Greater trochanter of femur
Vastus medialis origin
Linea aspera of femur
Vastus intermedius origin
Anterior of femur
Rectus femoris origin
Anterior inferior iliac spine
Sartorius origin
Anterior superior iliac spine
Biceps Brachii Insertion
Radial Tuberosity
Triceps Brachii Insertion
Olecranon process of ulna
Brachialis Insertion
Coronoid process of ulna
Illiacus Insertion
Lesser trochanter of femur
Psoas major Insertion
Lesser trochanter of femur
Tensor Fasciae Latae Insertion
Lateral condyle of femur
Gluteus Maximus Insertion
Gluteal tuberosity of femur
Gluteus Medius Insertion
Greater trochanter of femur
Gluteus Minimus Insertion
Greater trochanter of femur
Piriformis Insertion
Greater trochanter of femur
Vastus lateralis insertion
Tibial tuberosity
Vastus medialis insertion
Tibial tuberosity
Vastus intermedius insertion
Tibial tuberosity
Rectus femoris insertion
Tibial tuberosity
Sartorius insertion
Medial aspect of proximal tibia
Biceps femoris origin
Ischial tuberosity
Biceps femoris insertion
Head of fibula
Semimembranosus origin
Ischial tuberosity
Semimembranosus insertion
Medial condyle of tibia
Semitendinosus origin
Ischial tuberosity
Semitendinosus insertion
Medial aspect of upper tibial shaft
Gastrocnemius origin
Medial and lateral condyles of femur
Gastrocnemius insertion
Soleus insertion
Proximal tibia
Soleus origin
Fibularis longus origin
Head of fibula
Fibularis longus insertion
First metatarsal
Tibularis anterior origin
Lateral condyle of tibia
Tibularis anterior insertion
First metatarsal
Biceps brachii function
Move the forearm towards the shoulder and supination of the forearm
Triceps brachii function
Extend the elbow and bring the arm down towards the body (adduction)
Brachialis function
Flexes the elbow along with other muscles which flex the elbow
Illiacus function
Hip Flexion or flexion of the thigh
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Tensor Fasciate Latae function
Abduct the thigh and assists with internal rotation and flexion of the hip inward (medial rotation).
Gluteus Maximus Function
hip extension (moving the thigh to the rear).
Gluteus Medius Function
Abduct (move away from the centerline of the body) the leg.
Gluteus Minimus Function
Abduct (move away from the centerline of the body) the leg.
Piriformis Function
lateral rotator of the hip
laterally rotates the extended thigh and abducts the flexed thigh
Vastus Lateralis function
Extends the knee
Vastus Medialis function
Extends the knee
Vastus intermedius function
Extends the knee
Rectus femoris function
Compresses abdomen and flexes vertebral column
Sartorius function
Flexes knee. Flexes hip and rotates femur laterally
Biceps femoris function
Flexes leg and extends thigh
Semimembranosus function
Flexes leg and extends thigh
Semitendinosus function
Flexes leg and extends thigh
Gastrocnemius function
Planter flexes foot and flexes knee
Soleus function
Plantar flexes foot
Tibialis anterior function
Dorsiflexes and inverts foot