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  1. TTC EMAIL • D2L • Student Evaluation of Course and Instructor (SECI) evaluations • Please do this soon!  • Lecture and lab separate • Open until …early December

  2. Exercise 15: Gross Anatomy of the Muscular System

  3. http://daphne.palomar.edu/ccarpenter/Models/model%20index.htm#Muscles http://daphne.palomar.edu/ccarpenter/Models/model%20index.htm#Muscles

  4. Figure 13.2 Anterior view of superficial muscles of the body. (1 of 3) Facial Epicranius, frontal belly = FRONTALIS Head Orbicularis oculi Temporalis Zygomaticus Masseter Neck Orbicularis oris Platysma Shoulder Sternocleidomastoid Trapezius

  5. Neck Epicranius, occipital belly: OCCIPITALIS Sternocleidomastoid Trapezius Infraspinatus Teres major Latissimus dorsi

  6. Figure 13.9a Muscles of the neck, shoulder, and thorax (posterior view). Trapezius Clavicle Deltoid Spine of scapula Teres minor Infraspinatus Teres major Humerus Latissimusdorsi

  7. Figure 13.8a Anterior view of the muscles forming the anterolateral abdominal wall. Pectoralis major Serratusanterior Transversusabdominis Rectusabdominis Internal oblique External oblique Aponeurosisof the externaloblique

  8. Figure 13.2 Anterior view of superficial muscles of the body. (1 of 3) Thorax Pectoralis minor Pectoralis major Serratus anterior Intercostals

  9. Figure 13.10 Muscles causing movements of the arm and forearm. Clavicle Spine of scapula Sternum Deltoid (cut) Greater tubercleof humerus Deltoid Infraspinatus Pectoralismajor Teres minor Teres major Triceps brachii: Triceps brachii: Latissimus dorsi Biceps brachii Brachialis Humerus Brachio-radialis Olecranonof ulna

  10. Figure 13.11a-c Muscles of the forearm and wrist. Medial head oftriceps brachii Biceps brachii Tendon of bicepsbrachii (cut) Medial epicondyleof humerus Tendon of bicepsbrachii Extensor carpiradialis longus Brachio-radialis Flexor carpi radialis Palmaris longus Extensor carpiradialis longus Flexor carpi ulnaris Tendon ofbrachioradialis (cut) Tendon of flexor carpi ulnaris (cut) Tendon of flexor carpiradialis (cut) Tendon of flexordigitorum profundus

  11. Figure 13.11d-f Muscles of the forearm and wrist. Brachioradialis Olecranonof ulna Extensor carpiradialis longus Insertion of triceps brachii Extensor carpiradialis brevis Extensor digitorum Flexor carpi ulnaris Extensor carpiulnaris Tendons of extensorcarpi radialis brevisand longus Tendons ofextensor digitorum Extensor expansion Tendon of extensordigitorum

  12. Figure 13.13a Muscles of the posterior aspect of the right hip and thigh. Figure 13.12a Anterior and medial muscles promoting movements of the thigh and leg. Gluteus medius Gluteus maximus Tensor fasciae latae

  13. Figure 13.12a Anterior and medial muscles promoting movements of the thigh and leg. 12th thoracicvertebra Vastuslateralis Vastusintermedius 5th lumbarvertebra Rectus femoristendon (cut) Vastusmedialis Tensor fasciae latae Adductor longus Sartorius Gracilis • Rectus femoris Adductor magnus • Vastus lateralis • Vastus medialis Tendon ofquadriceps femoris Patella Patellarligament

  14. Figure 13.13a Muscles of the posterior aspect of the right hip and thigh. Gluteus medius Gluteus maximus Adductormagnus Gracilis Iliotibialtract Long head Bicepsfemoris Short head Semitendinosus Semimembranosus

  15. Figure 13.14 Muscles of the anterolateral aspect of the right leg. Patella Head of fibula Gastrocnemius Fibularis longus Soleus Gastrocnemius Fibularis longus Tibia Extensor digitorumlongus Tibialis anterior Extensor digitorumlongus Tibialis anterior Soleus Fibularisbrevis Superior and inferiorextensor retinacula Lateralmalleolus

  16. Figure 13.15a-b Muscles of the posterior aspect of the right leg. Gastrocnemius lateral head (cut) Gastroc-nemius medial head(cut) Medialhead (cut) Soleus Gastroc-nemius Tibialis posterior Lateralhead Fibula Fibularislongus Soleus Tendon ofgastrocnemius Tendonof tibialisposterior Fibularis brevis Calcanealtendon Medialmalleolus Medialmalleolus Lateralmalleolus Calcanealtendon (cut) Calcaneus Calcaneus

  17. Some Help with the Muscles: • Lower Leg • Tibialis anterior, Extensor digitorum longus, Fibularis longus, soleus, gastrocnemius • Ted Eats Fries So Greasy • Upper leg not including Quads • Sart, add long, grac, add mag, semimem, semiten, bic fem • Some Lucky Goodlooking Males Make Tacos Better

  18. Review Figure 13.1 Epicranialaponeurosis

  19. Review Figure 13.2 Coracoidprocess Sternum Clavicle Bursa

  20. Review Figure 13.3 Medial epicondyleof humerus Flexorretinaculum Palmaraponeurosis

  21. Review Figure 13.4 Patella Head of fibula Superior and inferiorextensor retinacula Fibularretinaculum Lateralmalleoluls Metatarsal V

  22. Review Figure 13.5 u v a w b x c y z d e aa f bb cc g h dd i ee j ff k gg l m hh n ii jj kk o p q r s ll t mm

  23. Review Figure 13.6 j k l m n a o b c p d e q q f r g s t h u v w x i