Cat Muscles; Green

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Cat Muscles; Green
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  1. What is muscle number 1?
    Brachioradialis

    • Location: forelimb, medial and lateral
    • Origin: humerus
    • Insertion: radius
    • Movement: flex elbow
    • Other: can see from top and both sides, thick, spreads over elbow
  2. Flexor Carpi Radialis

    • Location: forelimb, medial
    • Origin: humerus
    • Insertion: metacarpals
    • Movement: flex wrist
    • Other: opposite of extensor radialis, next to palmaris longus
  3. Flexor Carpi Ulnaris

    • Location: Forelimb, medial
    • Origin: humerus
    • Insertion: metacarpals
    • Movement: flex wrist
    • Other: up from elbow, trangle shape, along elbow with ulna, underside

  4. Muscle number 3?
    Flexor Digitorum Profundus

    • Location: forelimb, medial
    • Origin: ulna
    • Insertion: digits
    • Movement: flex digits
    • Other: deep, under palmaris longus
  5. Palmaris Longus

    • Location: forelimb, medial
    • Origin: humerus
    • Insertion: carpals
    • Movement: flex wrist
    • Other: thin, elbow to wrist on underside, wide, covers flexor digitorum profundus
  6. Pectoralis Major

    • Location: chest, torso, pecks
    • Origin: sternum
    • Insertion: humerus
    • Movement: adduct forelimb, towards body
    • Other: on chest, big muscle, pecks
  7. Triceps Brachii- Long Head

    • Location: forelimb, medial and lateral
    • Origin: scapula
    • Insertion: ulna
    • Movement: extends elbow
    • Other: longer and thicker, chicken flap on arms, elbow to armpit, under arm
  8. Triceps Brachii- Medial Head

    • Location: forelimb, medial and deep
    • Origin: humerus
    • Insertion: ulna
    • Movement: extend elbow
    • Other: under brachial bundle, above long head, small and deep

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