Anatomy.txt

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  1. Coracobrachialis
    • Greek korakoeides, "ravenlike," and brachium, "arm"
    • Chest
  2. Costae
    • Costa, "rib"
    • Chest
  3. Pectoralis (major and minor)
    • Pectus, "breast"
    • Chest
  4. Obliquus externus
    • Obliquus, "slanting," and externus, "outward"
    • Abdomen
  5. Obliquus internus
    • Obliquus, "slanting," and internus,"within"
    • Abdomen
  6. Rectus abdominis
    • Rego, "straight, upright," and abdomen, "belly"
    • Abdomen
  7. Serratus anterior
    • Serra, "saw," and ante, "before"
    • Abdomen
  8. Transversus abdominis
    • Transversus, "athwart, across," and abdomen, "belly"
    • Abdomen
  9. Longus capitis
    • Longus, "tall," and capitis, "of a head"
    • Neck
  10. Longus colli
    • Longus, "tall," and collum, "neck"
    • Neck
  11. Rectus capitis
    • Rego, "straight, upright," and capitis, "of a head"
    • Neck
  12. Rectus capitis lateralis
    • Rego, "straight, upright," capitis, "of a head," and lateralis, "side"
    • Neck
  13. Scalenus
    • Greek skalenos, "unequal"
    • Neck
  14. Semispinalis
    • Semi, "half," and spinae "spine"
    • Neck
  15. Splenius
    • Greek splenion, "plaster, patch"
    • Neck
  16. Sternocleidomastoideus
    • Greek sternon, "chest," Greek kleis, "key," and Greek mastoeides, "breastlike"
    • Neck
  17. Sternohyoideus
    • Greek sternon, "chest," and Greek hyoeides, "U-shaped"
    • Neck
  18. Articulationes zygapophysiales
    • Articulatio, "joint," Greek zygo, "yoke," and Greek apophyses, "an outgrowth or swelling"
    • Back
  19. Erector spinae
    • Erectus, "straight," and spina, "thorn"
    • Back
  20. Latissimus dorsi
    • Latus, "wide," and dorsum, "back"
    • Back
  21. Multifidus spinae
    • Multifid, "to cut into divisions," and spinae, "spine"
    • Back
  22. Quadratus lumborum
    • Quadratus, "square, rectangular," and lumbus, "loin"
    • Back
  23. Rhomboideus
    • Greek rhembesthai, "to spin"
    • Back
  24. Trapezius
    • Greek trapezion, "small table"
    • Back
  25. Deltoideus (anterior, medial, and posterior)
    • Greek deltoeides, "delta-shaped"
    • Shoulders
  26. Infraspinatus
    • Infra, "under," and spina, "thorn"
    • Shoulders
  27. Levator scapulae
    • Levare, "to raise," and scapulae, "shoulder [blades]"
    • Shoulders
  28. Scapula
    • Scapulae, "shoulder [blades]"
    • Shoulders
  29. Subscapularis
    • Sub, "below," and scapulae, "shoulder [blades]"
    • Shoulders
  30. Supraspinatus
    • Supra, "above," and spina, "thorn"
    • Shoulders
  31. Teres (major and minor)
    • Teres, "rounded"
    • Shoulders
  32. Biceps brachii
    • Biceps, "two-headed," and brachium, "arm"
    • Upper arm
  33. Brachialis
    • Brachium, "arm"
    • Upper arm
  34. Triceps brachii
    • Triceps, "three-headed," and brachium, "arm"
    • Upper arm
  35. Aconeus
    • Greek anconad, "elbow"
    • Lower arm
  36. Brachioradialis
    • Brachium, "arm," and radius, "spoke"
    • Lower arm
  37. Extensor carpi radialis
    • Extendere, "to extend," Greek karpos, "wrist," and radius, "spoke"
    • Lower arm
  38. Extensor digitorum
    • Extendere, "to extend," and digitus, "finger, toe"
    • Lower arm
  39. Flexor carpi pollicis longus
    • Flectere, "to bend," Greek karpos, "wrist," pollicis, "thumb," and longus, "long"
    • Lower arm
  40. Flexor carpi radialis
    • Flectere, "to bend," Greek karpos, "wrist," and radius, "spoke"
    • Lower arm
  41. Flexor carpi ulnaris
    • Flectere, "to bend," Greek karpos, "wrist," and ulnaris, "forearm"
    • Lower arm
  42. Flexor digitorum
    • Flectere, "to bend," and digitus, "finger, toe"
    • Lower arm
  43. Palmaris longus
    • Palmaris, "palm," and longus, "long"
    • Lower arm
  44. Pronator teres
    • Pronate, "to rotate," and teres, "rounded"
    • Lower arm
  45. Gemellus (inferior and superior)
    • Geminus, "twin"
    • Hips
  46. Gluteus maximus
    • Greek gloutos, "rump," and maximus, "largest"
    • Hips
  47. Gluteus medius
    • Greek gloutos, "rump," and medialis, "middle"
    • Hips
  48. Gluteus minimus
    • Greek gloutos, "rump," and minimus, "smallest"
    • Hips
  49. Iliacus
    • Ilium, "groin"
    • Hips
  50. Iliopsoas
    • Ilium, "groin," and Greek psoa, "groin muscle"
    • Hips
  51. Obturator externus
    • Obturare, "to block," and externus, "outward"
    • Hips
  52. Obturator internus
    • Obturare, "to block," and internus, "within"
    • Hips
  53. Pectineus
    • Pectin, "comb"
    • Hips
  54. Piriformis
    • Pirum, "pear," and forma, "shape"
    • Hips
  55. Quadratus femoris
    • Quadratus, "square, rectangular," and femur, "thigh"
    • Hips
  56. Adductor longus
    • Adducere, "to contract," and longus, "long"
    • Upper leg
  57. Adductor magnus
    • Adducere, "to contract," and magnus, "major"
    • Upper leg
  58. Biceps femoris
    • Biceps, "two-headed," and femur, "thigh"
    • Upper leg
  59. Gracilis
    • Gracilis, "slim, slender"
    • Upper leg
  60. Rectus femoris
    • Rego, "straight, upright," and femur, "thigh"
    • Upper leg
  61. Sartorius
    • Sarcio, "to patch" or "to repair"
    • Upper leg
  62. Semimembranosus
    • Semi, "half," and membrum, "limb"
    • Upper leg
  63. Semitendinosus
    • Semi, "half," and tendo, "tendon"
    • Upper leg
  64. Tensor fasciae latae
    • Tenere, "to stretch," fasciae, "band," and latae, "laid down"
    • Upper leg
  65. Vastus intermedius
    • Vastus, "immense, huge," and intermedius, "between"
    • Upper leg
  66. Vastus lateralis
    • Vastus, "immense, huge," and lateralis, "side"
    • Upper leg
  67. Vastus medialis
    • Vastus, "immense, huge," and medialis, "middle"
    • Upper leg
  68. Adductor digiti minimi
    • Adducere, "to contract," digitus, "finger, toe" and minimum, "smallest"
    • Lower leg
  69. Adductor hallucis
    • Adducere, "to contract," and hallex, "big toe"
    • Lower leg
  70. Extensor digitorum
    • Extendere, "to extend," and digitus, "finger, toe"
    • Lower leg
  71. Flexor digitorum
    • Flectere, "to bend," and digitus, "finger, toe"
    • Lower leg
  72. Flexor hallucis
    • Flectere, "to bend," and hallex, "big toe"
    • Lower leg
  73. Gastrocnemius
    • Greek gastroknemia, "calf [of the leg]"
    • Lower leg
  74. Peroneus
    • Peronei, "of the fibula"
    • Lower leg
  75. Plantaris
    • Planta, "sole"
    • Lower leg
  76. Soleus
    • Solea, "sandal"
    • Lower leg
  77. Tibialis anterior
    • Tibia, "reed, pipe," and ante, "before"
    • Lower leg
  78. Tibialis posterior
    • Tibia, "reed, pipe," and posterus, "coming after"
    • Lower leg
  79. Trochlea tali
    Trochleae, "a pulley-shaped structure," and talus, "lower portion of ankle joint"
  80. Ligamentum capsular facet
    • Ligamentum, "bandage," capsa, "box," and facies, "face"
    • Ligaments
  81. Ligamentum interspinalis
    • Ligamentum, "bandage," inter, "between," and spina, "thorn"
    • Ligaments
  82. Ligamentum longitudinale anterius
    • Ligamentum, "bandage," longitudo, "length," and ante, "in front"
    • Ligaments
  83. Ligamentum longitudinale posterius
    • Ligamentum, "bandage," longitudo, "length," and post, "behind"
    • Ligaments
  84. Ligamentum nuchae
    • Ligamentum, "bandage," and French nuque, "nape, back of neck"
    • Ligaments
  85. Ligamentum supraspinous
    • Ligamentum, "bandage," supra, "above," and spina, "thorn"
    • Ligaments
  86. Ligamentum transversum
    • Ligamentum, "bandage," and transversus, "athwart, across"
    • Ligaments
  87. Adductor brevis
    • Adducere, "to contract," and brevis, "short"
    • Upper leg

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