w6 l1 MUSCLE MECHANICS AND CONTROL

w6 l1 MUSCLE MECHANICS AND CONTROL - MUSCLE MECHANICS AND...

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MUSCLE MECHANICS AND CONTROL
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STRUCTURE OF A SKELETAL MUSCLE
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NEUROVASCULAR BUNDLE – CONTAINS THE BLOOD VESSELS AND THE NERVES TO A MUSCLE
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SKELETAL MUSCLE – LONGITUDINAL SECTION
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MUSCLE ATTACHMENTS: TENDONS APONEUROSIS FLESHY ATTACHMENTS DERMAL ATTACHMENTS
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TENDON - EXTENSIONS OF CONNECTIVE TISSUE SHEATHS FORMING A CORD-LIKE ATTACHMENT TO A BONE
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APONEUROSIS - BROAD SHEET OF CONNECTIVE TISSUE TO ATTACH MUSCLE BICIPITAL APONEUROSIS
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FLESHY ATTACHMENT - MUSCLE FIBERS CONTINUE ALMOST TO THE BONE, VERY LITTLE CONNECTIVE TISSUE
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DERMAL ATTACHMENT - MUSCLE FIBERS ATTACH TO THE CONNECTIVE TISSUE OF THE DERMIS OF THE SKIN (MUSCLES OF FACIAL EXPRESSION)
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FASCICLE ARRANGEMENT - SHAPES OF MUSCLES
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ATTACHMENT POINTS: ORIGINS AND INSERTIONS
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ORIGIN - PROXIMAL ATTACHMENT, USUALLY LESS MOVEABLE ATTACHMENT INSERTION - DISTAL ATTACHMENT, USUALLY THE MORE FREELY MOVEABLE ATTACHMENT
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MUSCLES MUST CROSS A JOINT TO CAUSE AN ACTION DEPENDING ON THE AXIS OF THE JOINT CROSSED, THE MOVEMENT IS DETERMINED THE AXIS IS ALWAYS PERPENDICULAR TO THE PLANE OF MOVEMENT.
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THE SHOULDER JOINT: MOVEMENT ABOUT THE SAGITTAL (ANTERIOR POSTERIOR , AP) OR TRANSVERSE AXIS IS IN THE FRONTAL PLANE MOVEMENT ABOUT THE TRANSVERSE OR FRONTAL AXIS IS IN THE SAGITTAL PLANE MOVEMENT ABOUT THE FRONTAL (LONGITUDINAL) OR SAGITTAL AXIS IS IN THE TRANSVERSE PLANE
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This note was uploaded on 10/07/2011 for the course KN 251 taught by Professor Bareither during the Spring '11 term at Ill. Chicago.

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