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w6 l2 ANT AND POST THROAX MUSCLES

w6 l2 ANT AND POST THROAX MUSCLES - THE MUSCULAR SYSTEM...

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THE MUSCULAR SYSTEM: MUSCLES OF THE ANTERIOR AND POSTERIOR THORAX (HAVING YOUR LAB MANUAL AVAILABLE TO LABEL MAY BE HELPFUL FOR LAB)
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MUSCULAR SYSTEM: MOVEMENT OCCURS WHEN THE MUSCLE EXERTS A FORCE ON THE STRUCTURE INTO WHICH IT IS INSERTED AND PULLS IT TOWARD ITS POINT OF ORIGIN NAMING ACTION SHAPE LOCATION NAMING: ACTION, SHAPE, LOCATION WHAT TO KNOW: MUSCLE’S NAME LOCATION: ATTACHEMNTS (ORIGIN AND INSERTION) ACTION INNERVATION
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MUSCLES OF THE ANTERIOR AND POSTERIOR THORAX: ATTACH UPPER LIMB TO THE AXIAL SKELETON VIA THE PECTORAL GIRDLE STABILIZE THE SHOULDER AND MOVE THE SCAPULA MUSCLES OF THE ANTERIOR THORAX: PECTORALIS MAJOR* COVERED LATER PECTORALIS MAJOR PECTORALIS MINOR SERRATUS ANTERIOR SUBCLAVIUS STERNOCLEIDOMASTOID ANTERIOR SCALENE
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PECTORALIS MINOR – TRIANGULAR SHAPED MUSCLE APEX MUSCLE, ATTACHED TO CORACOID PROCESS, DISTAL ATTACHMENT TO RIBS 3-5 STABALIZES SCAPULA, DEPRESS THE SAPULA REVERSE ORIGIN AND INSERTION?
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