DQ Compare and contrast the major muscle groups of the upper and lower limbs
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DQ Compare and contrast the major muscle groups of the upper and lower limbs

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//Pleaseusethisasareferenceandcompileyourownanswerwithitshelp//Best regards////HonestAbe// Compareandcontrastthemajormusclegroupsoftheupperandlowerlimbsand relatetheirsimilaritiesanddifferencestotheirfunction. Theupperandlowerlimbsmuscles,alsocalledappendicularmuscles,helpintotalrange ofmovementoftheselimbs.Upperlimbinvolvesthepectoralgirdleandmusclesofthe armwhereaslowerlimbinvolvesthepelvicgirdleandmusclesofleg....

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regards////HonestAbe// //Pleaseusethisasareferenceandcompileyourownanswerwithitshelp//Best Compareandcontrastthemajormusclegroupsoftheupperandlowerlimbsand relatetheirsimilaritiesanddifferencestotheirfunction. Theupperandlowerlimbsmuscles,alsocalledappendicularmuscles,helpintotalrange ofmovementoftheselimbs.Upperlimbinvolvesthepectoralgirdleandmusclesofthe armwhereaslowerlimbinvolvesthepelvicgirdleandmusclesofleg. Intheupperlimb,pelvicgirdlemusclemainly,pectoralismajorisresponsibleforkeeping theupperlimbstableorclosetotorso(adduction),initiatingmovementbyflexionofupper armandinternalrotationofarm.Likewisepelvicgirdlemusclesinvolvedinlowerlimbare iliacusandpsoasmajor.Theystabilizetheupperlegbeingconnectedtoaxialskeletonon otherendandhelpintransferringofweightandinitiatingmovementlimb.Gluteus maximusmuscleonthebackhelpsinextendinghipjointandexternalrotationofleg. Musclesofupperarmaremainlyassociatedwithflexionandextensionatelbowjoint whereasthemusclesoflowerarmandhandareresponsibleforpronation&supination movements,flexionandextensionatwristjoint&finemovementslikehandlingobjects& writing,involvingmovementsatwrist,intermetacarpal,metacarpophalangealandinter phalangealjoints.LikewisemusclesofupperlegnamelySartorius,Rectusfemoris, Vastuslateralis,VastusMedialisontheanteriorandhamstringgroupontheposterioris associatedwithextensionandflexionofkneejointrespectively.Themajormusclesof lowerlegandfeetareinvolvedinflexion(dorsiflexion)&extension(plantarflexion); eversion&inversionatanklejoint.Theyalsoareresponsibleforfinemovementsinvolving metatarsophalangealandinterphalangealjoints. So, - Bothlimbshavegotlargersizedmusclesneartheirorigini.e.bodytorsoand relativelysmallersizedonesaswemovedistallyfrombody. Bothhavegotflexorsandextensorgroupofmusclesacrosssimilarball&socket - jointsofshoulderandhipaswellashingejointofelbowandkneejoint. - Provingsimilarity,presenceoflargersizedmusclesononeside,giveslimited rangeofmotiontotheelbowandkneejoints. - Bothlimbshavegotmuscleswhichabduct,adductaswellasallowinternaland externalrotation. Themajordifferencesareasfollows: - - - - Themusclesofthelowerlimbtendtobelargerinsizeaswellasstrongerthan theuppercounterpart.Thisisduetothefactthattheyneedtogainstrengthnot onlyformovementoflimbbutalsobearweightrelatedloads. Abductorgroupofmuscleslikedeltoidinupperlimbdonothaveadirect analogousgroupinthelowerlimbastheusualrangeofmotioninthisaxisisfar lessinthelatter. Incaseofupperlimb,muscleswithfibers(tendons)runningacrosstheanterior ofelbowjointareflexorsandacrosstheposterioraspectofitareextensors.But incaseoflowerlimb,itsoppositeandthusmuscleswithfibersrunningacross theanteriorofkneejointareextensorsandacrosstheposterioraspectofitare flexorsofknee. Movementimpartedtothedistalpartofupperlimbatelbowjoint,andlowerlimb atkneejoint,islimitedtodifferentplanes,mainlyduetotheplacementofthese joints.Flexorsgroupofmusclescausingflexionatelbowjointmovethelowerarm anteriortotheverticalaxisofbodywhereascontractionofsamegroupatknee joint,movethelowerlegposteriortotheverticalaxisofbody(innormal anatomicalstandingbodyposture) //Thanksforpurchasingmytutorial!Ifyoufindithelpful,pleaseleaveapositive feedback// //(A+)//Bestregards//HonestAbe// //Pleasedonotpostitonopensourcesoronthosewhichcanbeaccessedfor free,suchasWikiAnswers.com,Answers.Yahoo.com,Blurtit.com,Jishka.com etc.,neitheronOpapers.com,Solutionlibrary.com,Brainmass.com, Justanswer.com,Studentoffortune.cometc.//Thankyou//

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