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Eye muscles - Eye muscles Recti O Fibrous ring Sup oblique...

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Eye muscles Recti: O – Fibrous ring Sup oblique: O – Fibrous ring I: lateral eyeball Inf oblique: O – middle floor of orbit I: Under eye, inserts on Lateral side Tongue Genioglossus: O: Genial tubercle I: base of tongue A: Pulls tongue forward N: XII Hyogolssus: O: Hyoid bone I: one side of tongue A: Depresses tongue laterally N: XII Styloglossus: O: styolid process I: tongue A: elevates & retracts tongue N: XII Palatoglossus: O: palate I: tongue A: elevates tongue N: X Larynx Largest: Cricothydroid (X) Neck Sterninastoid muscle: O – manubrium & clavicle I: mastoid process A: turns head opp side (XI) Scalene muscles – O: Transverse process of mid/low C vertebrae I: Ant = scalene tub first rib, Mid = Behind ant, post = second rib Mouth Mylohyoid: O-inside of mandible I: hyoid bone, opposite of partner by raphe (V) Digastric: O: Post = mastoid process(facial nerve), Ant: genial tubericle (mandibular) A: Depresses mouth, raises hyoid (V)
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