Qing

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cjeffrey1112
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Qing
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2011-06-14 01:09:47
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  1. Buccinator
    • Compresses cheeks
    • (mouth)
  2. Orbicularis oris
    • Compresses, purses lips
    • kissing muscle
    • (mouth)
  3. Depressor anguli oris
    • Depresses corner of mouth
    • (mouth)
  4. Zygomaticus
    • Draws corner of mouth back and up
    • (mouth)
  5. Orbicularis oculi
    • Closes eye
    • (eye)
  6. Frontalis
    • Raises eyebrows, wrinkles forehead
    • (Scalp)
  7. Occipitalis
    • Tenses and retracts scalp
    • (Scalp)
  8. Masseter
    • Elevates mandible
    • (Lower Jaw)
  9. Temporalis
    • Elevates mandible
    • (Lower Jaw)
  10. Platysma
    • Tenses skin of neck, depresses mandible
    • (neck)
  11. Sternohyoid
    • Depresses hyoid bone and larynx
    • (neck)
  12. Stylohyoid
    • Elevates larynx
    • (neck)
  13. Sternocleidomastoid
    • Both sides together flex the neck
    • one side alone bends head toward shoulder and
    • turns face to opposite side
    • (neck)
  14. Pharyngeal
    • constricts the throat during swallowing
    • (neck)
  15. External intercostals
    • Elevate ribs
    • (thoracic region)
  16. Internal intercostals
    • Depress ribs
    • (thoracic region)
  17. Diaphragm
    • Contraction expands thoracic cavity
    • compresses abdominopelvic cavity
    • (thoracic region)
  18. External oblique
    • compresses abdomen
    • depresses ribs
    • flexes or laterally flexes vertebral column
    • (abdominal region)
  19. Internal oblique
    • compresses abdomen
    • depresses ribs
    • flexes or laterally flexes vertebral column
    • (abdominal region)
  20. Rectus abdominis
    • Depresses ribs
    • flexes vertebral column
    • (abdominal region)
  21. Levator ani
    • closes anal opening
    • Tenses floor of pelvis
    • supports pelvic organs
    • flexes coccyx
    • elevates and retracts anus
    • (external anal sphincter)
  22. Levator scapulae
    • elevates scapula
    • (shoulder)
  23. Pectoralis minor
    • Depresses and protracts shoulder
    • rotates scapula laterally(downward)
    • elevates ribs if scapula is stationary
    • (shoulder)
  24. Rhomboid muscles
    • Adducts and rotates scapula leterally(downward)
    • (shoulder)
  25. Serratus anterior
    • Protracts shoulder
    • abducts and medially rotates scapula(upward)
    • (shoulder)
  26. Trapezius
    • depends on active region and state of other muscles
    • may elevate, adduct, depress, or ratate scapula and/or elevate clavicle
    • can also extend or hyperextend neck
    • (shoulder)
  27. Deltoid
    • abduction at shoulder
    • (arm)
  28. Latissimus dorsi
    • Extension, adduction, and medial rotation at shoulder
    • (arm)
  29. Pectoralis major
    • Flexion, adduction, and medial rotation at shoulder
    • (arm)
  30. Infraspinatus
    • lateral rotation at shoulder
    • (arm)
  31. Teres minor
    • Lateral rotation at shoulder
    • (arm)
  32. Teres major
    • Adduction and medial rotation at shoulder
    • (arm)
  33. Biceps brachii
    • Flexion at shoulder and elbow
    • supination
  34. Brachialis
    flexion at elbow
  35. Brachioradialis
    flexion at elbow
  36. Triceps brachii
    extension at elbow
  37. Gluteus maximus
    • extension and lateral rotation at hip
    • (gluteal group)
  38. Gluteus medius
    • abduction and medial rotation at hip
    • (gluteal group)
  39. Tensor fasciae latae
    • Flexion, abduction,and medial rotation at hip
    • tenses fascia lata, which laterally supports the knee
    • (gluteal group)
  40. Adductor longus
    • adduction, flexion,and medial rotation at hip
    • (adductor group)
  41. Gracilis
    • flexion at knee
    • adduction and medial rotation at hip
    • (adductor group)
  42. Iliacus
    • flexion at hip and/or lumbar intervertebral joints
    • (iliopsoas group)
  43. Psoas major
    • flexion at hip and/or lumbar intervertebral joints
    • (iliopsoas group)

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