2. chest abdomen

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2. chest abdomen

  1. 1. Figure 8.18; pg. 183 Chart 8.5; page 182 Pulls the head to one Side, pulls the head Toward the chest, or raises the sternum **Repeat Muscle** 1 Sternocleidomastoid
  2. 2. Figure 8.18; page 183 Chart 8.6; page 183 Rotates the scapula and raises the arm; raises the scapula; pulls the scapula medially; pulls the scapula and shoulder downward 2 Trapezius
  3. 3. Figure 8.18; page 183 Chart 8.6; page 183 Pulls the scapula anteriorly and downward 3 Serratus anterior
  4. 4. Figure 8.18; page 183 Chart 8.6; page 183 Pulls the scapula forward and downward or raises the ribs 4 Pectoralis minor
  5. 5. Figure 8.18; page 183 Chart 8.7; page 184 Pulls the arm forward and across the chest, rotates the humerus, or adducts the arm 5 Pectoralis major
  6. 6. Figure 8.18; page 183 Chart 8.7; page 184 Abducts the upper arm, extends the humerus, or flexes the humerus Deltoid 6
  7. 7. Abdominal Muscles Figure 8.18; page 183 Chart 8.10; page 187
  8. 8. Figure 8.18; page 183 Chart 8.10; page 187 Tenses the abdominal wall and compresses the abdominal contents 7 External oblique
  9. 9. External oblique (another view) ***Note how the external oblique is the most “external” or outward lying of the three cutaways*** Tenses the abdominal wall and compresses the abdominal contents
  10. 10. Figure 8.18; page 183 Chart 8.10; page 187 Tenses the abdominal wall and compresses the abdominal contents 8 Internal oblique
  11. 11. Internal oblique (another view) ***Note how the internal oblique lies inside or “internal” to the “external” oblique Tenses the abdominal wall and compresses the abdominal contents
  12. 12. Figure 8.18; page 183 Chart 8.10; page 187 Transversus abdominis Tenses the abdominal wall and compresses the abdominal contents 9
  13. 13. Transversus abdominis (another view) ***Note how the transversus abdominis lies most to the inside or internally Tenses the abdominal wall and compresses the abdominal contents
  14. 14. Figure 8.18; page 183 Chart 8.10; page 187 Tenses the abdominal wall and compresses the abdominal contents, also flexes the vertebral column 10 Rectus abdominis
  15. 15. Rectus abdominis (another view) ***Note how the rectus abdominis lies most medially of the four abdominals Tenses the abdominal wall and compresses the abdominal contents, also flexes the vertebral column

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