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  • 1. Model Summary<br />There are several muscles throughout the hand and in the arm as well. In the finger itself, there are hardly any muscles, only at the root of the finger and those are called lumbricales and interossei. Most of the finger is made of ligaments and tendons.<br />There are many, MANY muscles in the palm area of your hand. The muscles beneath the thumb are called the abductor pollicis brevis and the flexer pollicis brevis. The muscle in the area between your forefinger and thumb is called the interossesus dorsalis. Since most of the fingers are controlled by lumbricales, we’ll move onto the pinky. The muscles are the opponensdigiti minimi, below it, the flexor digiti minimi brevis, and then it’s the abductor digiti minimi.<br />-352425-657225<br />828675-3810<br />Picture Bibliography<br />HUMAN BODY - MUSCLES. Web. 28 Mar. 2010. <http://www.sabceducation.co.za/VCMStaticProdStage/EDUCATION/StaticHTML/Schools/Beyond%20The%20Classroom/Ideas%20Library/Theme%20Pictures/Human%20Body-%20Muscles/MusculoSceletal.htm>.<br />