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Chapter11 musclespart2marieb
Chapter11 musclespart2marieb
Chapter11 musclespart2marieb
Chapter11 musclespart2marieb
Chapter11 musclespart2marieb
Chapter11 musclespart2marieb
Chapter11 musclespart2marieb
Chapter11 musclespart2marieb
Chapter11 musclespart2marieb
Chapter11 musclespart2marieb
Chapter11 musclespart2marieb
Chapter11 musclespart2marieb
Chapter11 musclespart2marieb
Chapter11 musclespart2marieb
Chapter11 musclespart2marieb
Chapter11 musclespart2marieb
Chapter11 musclespart2marieb
Chapter11 musclespart2marieb
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  • 1. Ch 11 Muscles of the Body, Part 2The Appendicular MusculaturePectoral Girdle  Upper limbPelvic Girdle Lower LimbRefer to the Handout (AppendicularMusculature)  We will emphasize the larger and most superficial muscles, and those that have a particularly important activity. Developed by John Gallagher, MS, DVM
  • 2. Pectoral Girdle
  • 3. Anterior ThoraxDeltoid IM injection sitePectoralis Major and minorSerratus anteriorTeres minor
  • 4. Posterior ThoraxTrapeziusLatissimus dorsiSupraspinatusInfraspinatusSubscapularisTriceps brachii Long, lateral, medial heads Don’t forget the Rotator Cuff p 223
  • 5. Rotator Cuff refer to Ch 9, p 223 Supraspinatus Infraspinatus Subscapularis Teres minor
  • 6. The Arm, Anterior Aspect•Biceps Brachii •Two Heads •Origin: Coracoid and Supraglenoid tubercle •Insertion: Radial Tuberosity•Brachialis – synergist withbiceps brachii•Brachioradialis•Digital Flexors
  • 7. The Arm, PosteriorAspect•Triceps Brachii •Three Heads: •Long •Lateral •Medial•Carpal Extensors•Digital Extensors•Extensor retinaculum
  • 8. The Hand,Dorsal Aspect •Extensor retinaculum •Extensor tendons
  • 9. The Hand,Palmar Aspect•Flexor Retinaculum •AKA Transverse Carpal Ligament•Flexor tendons
  • 10. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Usually idiopathic  Rheumatoid arthritis  Genetics  RSI?? Swelling of the carpal tunnel compresses the median nerve Pain, and motor and sensory loss may occur
  • 11. The PelvisGluteus maximusGluteus meduisGluteus minimus
  • 12. The Thigh: Anterior View•Quadriceps Group (4 heads) convergeas the Quadriceps Tendon •Vastus Lateralis •Vastus Medialis •Rectus Femoris •Vastus intermedius•Iliotibial Tract•Sartorius •Longest muscle in body
  • 13. The Thigh: Posterior View•Gluteal Group •Gluteus maximus •Gluteus medius •Gluteus minimus•Hamstrings •Semimembranosus •Semitendinosus •Biceps femoris•Iliotibial tract
  • 14. The Calf:Posterior View •Gastrocnemius •Medial and lateral heads •Soleus (Deep to Gastroc-) •Both insert on calcaneus •Calcaneal (Achilles) tendon
  • 15. The Calf:Anterior View •Tibialis Anterior •The “toe tapper” •Site of shinsplints •Digital extensors •For the toes •Extensor Retinaculum •Superior •Inferior
  • 16. The Foot
  • 17. Surface Anatomy p 329 Both muscular and bony

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