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Unformatted text preview: 8. Pectoralis Minor 1___ h. Elevates, depresses, retracts, adducts & rotates scapula & elevates clavicle 9. Teres Major 11___i. Insertion: Rib (Inferior border of superior rib); Depress rib 10. External Intercostal Muscles 6___j. Largest muscle mass of the back; extend the vertebral column & laterally flex the vertebral column 11. Internal Intercostal Muscles 12___k. Origin: Ribs; Insertion: Linea alba, & Ilium (iliac crest) 12. External Abdominal Oblique 14___l. Origin: Pubis; Insertion: Xiphoid process & ribs (5-7) 13. Internal Abdominal Oblique 3___m. Origin: Thoracic vertebrae; Adduct Scapula 14. Rectus Abdominus 8___n. Origin: Ribs (3-5) ; Insertion: Scapula (Coracoid process) 15. Serratus Anterior 9___o. Medially rotates humerus, but is NOT a rotator cuff muscle...
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This note was uploaded on 09/02/2011 for the course BIO 47 taught by Professor Peters during the Spring '11 term at West Valley.
- Spring '11
- Human Anatomy