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ANP 300 - Lecture 8 - Muscular System I

ANP 300 - Lecture 8 - Muscular System I - MUSCULAR SYSTEM I...

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MUSCULAR SYSTEM I
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Muscle Action - the movements that a muscle is capable of producing Muscle Function - what a muscle actually does in use
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Muscle Action - the movements that a muscle is capable of producing Muscle Function - what a muscle actually does in use May be Identical - Pronator quadratus - Brachialis
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Pronator quadratus Pronator quadratus
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Brachialis Brachialis
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Muscle Action - the movements that a muscle is capable of producing Muscle Function - what a muscle actually does in use May be Modified - Pronator teres - Biceps brachii
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Pronator teres Pronator teres Pronation & Flexion
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Biceps brachii Biceps brachii Flexion & Supination
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Muscle Action - the movements that a muscle is capable of producing Muscle Function - what a muscle actually does in use May be Different - Movements of the eyeball - Walking
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Muscles that Move the Eyeball Superior rectus Action: turn cornea superomedially Function: when abducted turn cornea upward Lateral rectus Action: turn cornea laterally (abduct) Function: turn cornea laterally (abduct)
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Muscles Used In Walking Gluteus maximus Gluteus medius
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