ch11 - Chapter 11 THE MUSCULAR SYSTEM Chapter Synopsis The...

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Chapter 11 THE MUSCULAR SYSTEM Chapter Synopsis The relationship between bones and muscles is established. Movement produced by skeletal muscles is related to muscle attachment sites, lever systems and leverage, effects of fascicle arrangement, and coordination within muscle groups. The criteria for naming skeletal muscles are listed. Principal skeletal muscles of the body are considered by region. The muscles are described according to origin, insertion, and action with additional relevant information also included such as group movement, innervation, and appropriate clinical applications. General disorders discussed include running injuries and compartment syndrome. Chapter Outline and Objectives INTRODUCTION 1. Distinguish the tissues that constitute the skeletal system. HOW SKELETAL MUSCLES PRODUCE MOVEMENT Muscle Attachment Sites: Origin and Insertion 2. Define the terms origin and insertion. 1.
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