Anatomy Study Guide Exam 1 Origins - REQUIRED ORIGINS AND INSERTIONS(Fall 2014 Some of the O\/Is are rather complex so to make this requirement more

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REQUIRED ORIGINS AND INSERTIONS (Fall 2014) Some of the O/Is are rather complex, so to make this requirement more reasonable, I have reduced the number from 56 to 24. Keep in mind that this refers only to origins and insertions and that you still need to be able to identify all 56 muscles listed in the lab manual. Plus, you are still responsible for all 56 actions for the lecture exam. Muscle Name Origin Insertion Occipitofrontalis superior nuchal lines soft tissue of eyebrows Orbicularis oculi medial margin of orbit skin around eyelid Temporalis temporal lines of parietal bone coronoid process of mandible Masseter zygomatic arch angle & ramus of mandible Sternocleidomastoid 2 heads: 1 on manubrium, 1 on medial clavicle mastoid process Sternohyoid clavicle & manubrium hyoid bone Rhomboideus major spinous process of thoracic vertebrae vertebral border of scapula Deltoideus lateral 1/3 of clavicle, scapula acromion process & spine deltoid tuberosity of humerus Supraspinatus supraspinous fossa of scapula
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  • Fall '11
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  • Anatomy, Human Anatomy, Superior Iliac Spine, Anterior superior iliac spine, Lateral epicondyle, anterior superior iliac, medial margin

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