The major skeletal muscle1

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Unformatted text preview: The major skeletal musclesanterior and lateral views. Figure 4. The major skeletal muscles anterior superficial view, anterior deep view, posterior superficial view, and posterior deep view. Table 3. Muscles of the Arm and Forearm Muscle Origin/Insertion Action coracobrachiolis o: scapula i: humerus flexes and adducts arm biceps brachii o: scapula, glenoid cavity i: radius flexes arm, flexes forearm, rotates hand brachialis o: humerus i: ulna flexes forearm brachioradialis o: humerus i: radius flexes forearm triceps brachii o: humerus i: ulna extends forearm anconeus o: humerus i: ulna extends forearm pronator teres o: humerus, ulna i: radius medial rotation of forearm pronate hand pronator quadratus o: ulna i: radius medial rotation of forearm pronate hand supinator o: ulna lateral rotation of forearm Table 3. Muscles of the Arm and Forearm Muscle Origin/Insertion Action coracobrachiolis o: scapula i: humerus flexes and adducts arm biceps brachii o: scapula, glenoid cavity i: radius flexes arm, flexes forearm, rotates hand i: radius flexor carpi radialis...
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