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This is according to Dr. Livio's study guide.. I thought I might as well share the wealth.

This is according to Dr. Livio's study guide.. I thought I might as well share the wealth.

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  • This mainly includes all the muscles from EXERCISE 3, not exercises 1 or 2
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    • 1. Practice PracticalMuscles: Chapter 10 - 12
    • 2. Facial Muscles
    • 3. 1. Frontalis2. Epicranius (1. Frontalis + 11. Occipitalis + 13. Epi. Aponeurosis)3. Orbicularis Oculi4. Orbicularis Oris5. Buccinator6. Zygomaticus minor7. Zygomaticus major8. Platysma9. Masseter10. Temporalis11. Occipitalis12. Risorius13. Epicranial aponeurosisFacial Muscles
    • 4. Neck Muscles
    • 5. 1. Sternocleidomastoid2. Scalanes3. Splenius Capitis4. Semispinalis CapitisNeck Muscles
    • 6. Muscles of Eye Movement
    • 7. 1. Superior Rectus2. Superior Oblique3. Medial Rectus4. Inferior Rectus5. Lateral Rectus6. Inferior ObliqueMuscles of Eye Movement
    • 8. Trunk Muscles
    • 9. 1. Rectus Abdominis2. Diaphragm3. External Oblique4. External Intercostals5. Internal Intercostals6. Internal Oblique7. Transverse Abdominis8. Erector Spinae9. Rectus Sheath10. Tendinous intersections11. Aponeurosis of external obliqueTrunk Muscles
    • 10. Pelvic Floor Muscles
    • 11. 1. Obturator internus2. Urogenital diaphragm3. Coccygeus4. Levator aniPelvic Floor Muscles
    • 12. Upper Pectoral Girdle and Upper Limb Muscles
    • 13. 1. Deltoid2. Pectoralis major3. Latissimus dorsi4. Long head of biceps brachii5. Short head of biceps brachii6. Biceps brachii7. Trapezius8. Coracobrachialis9. Pectoralis minor10. Subscapularis11. Teres major12. Latissimus dorsi (same as 3)13. Serratus anterior14. Teres minor15. Infraspinatus16. Supraspinatus17. Rhomboid minor18. Levator scapulae19. External obliqueUpper Pectoral Girdle and Upper Limb Muscles
    • 14. Anterior Muscles That Move Elbow Joint/Forearm
    • 15. 1. Deltoid2. Pectoralis major3. Coracobrachialis4. Long head of biceps brachii5. Short head of biceps brachii6. Biceps brachii7. Triceps brachii8. BrachioradialisAnterior Muscles That Move Elbow Joint/Forearm
    • 16. Posterior Muscles That Move The Elbow Joint/Forearm
    • 17. 1. Supraspinatus2. Infraspinatus3. Teres minor4. Teres major5. Lateral head of triceps brachii6. Long head of triceps brachii7. Triceps brachii8. Latissimus dorsi9. Anconeus10. Medial head of triceps brachiiPosterior Muscles That Move Elbow Joint/Forearm
    • 18. Posterior Forearm Muscles
    • 19. 1. Brachioradialis2. Extensor carpi radialis longus3. Extensor carpi radialis brevis4. Abductor pollicis longus5. Extensor pollicis brevis6. Extensor retinaculum7. Extensor carpi ulnaris8. Flexor carpi ulnaris9. Anconeus10. Supinator11. Extensor pollicis longus12. Extensor pollicis brevisPosteior Forearm Muscles
    • 20. Forearm superficial, intermediate, and deep Muscles
    • 21. 1. Brachioradialis2. Flexor carpi ulnaris3. Palmaris longus4. Flexor carpi radialis5. Flexor retinaculum6. Flexor digitorum superficialis7. SupinatorForearm Superficial, Intermediate, and Deep Muscles
    • 22. Supination vs. Pronation
    • 23. 1. Supinator2. Pronator teres3. Pronator quadratusSupination vs. Pronation
    • 24. Muscles of the Anterior Thigh
    • 25. 1. Pectineus2. Adductor longus3. Gracilis4. Adductor magnus5. Vastus lateralis6. Vastus medialis7. Iliotibial tract8. Tensor fasciae latae9. Iliacus10. Psoas major11. Iliopsoas12. Rectus femoris13. Vastus intermedius14. Sartorius15. Patellar ligamentMuscles of the Anterior Thigh
    • 26. Posterior Thigh Muscles
    • 27. 1. Gluteus medius2. Gluteus maximus3. Adductor magnus4. Gracilis5. Semitendinosus6. Semimembranosus7. Biceps femorisPosterior Thigh Muscles
    • 28. Thigh Lateral Muscles
    • 29. 1. Gluteus medius2. Gluteus maximus3. Rectus femoris4. Vastus lateralis5. Biceps femoris6. Semimembranosus7. GastrocnemiusThigh Lateral Muscles
    • 30. Anterior Leg Muscles
    • 31. 1. Tibialis anterior2. Fibularis (peroneus) longus3. Fibularis (peroneus) brevis4. Extensor digitorum longus5. Extensor hallucis longusAnterior Leg Muscles
    • 32. Lateral Leg Muscles
    • 33. 1. Tibialis anterior2. Soleus3. Fibularis (peroneus) longus4. Fibularis (peroneus) brevis5. Extensor digitorum longus6. Extensor hallucis longus7. Calcaneal tendon8. Superior Extensor retinaculum9. Inferior Extensor retinaculumLateral Leg Muscles
    • 34. Posterior Leg Muscles
    • 35. 1. Gastrocnemius2. Soleus3. Flexor digitorum4. Tibialis posterior5. Fibularis longus6. Flexor hallucis longus7. Fibularis brevisPosterior Leg Muscles

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