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Muscles – Extremities page 1 of 3 ANAT 11110 Lab 9 Fall 2011 The Muscular System Upper and Lower Extremities In this lab, we will focus on the muscles which move the upper and lower extremities. Station 1: Muscles of the Upper Limb, Part 1, the Shoulder There are several muscles which are attached to the vertebral column at one end and to the shoulder or arm at the other. All of these muscles affect movement of the shoulder joint by moving the arm directly or by moving the scapula. In addition there are muscles coming from the scapula itself which attach to the proximal humerus and cause movement of the shoulder joint. Lastly there are muscles anteriorly which come off of the thoracic cage which affect the shoulder joint, by moving the arm directly or by moving the scapula. Using your textbooks, be able to identify the following muscles on the diagrams: trapezius teres minor rhomboid major & minor* infraspinatus levator scapulae supraspinatus serratus anterior subscapularis latissimus dorsi deltoid teres major pectoralis major *two or more muscles have been grouped together to make up this category Station 2: Muscles of the Upper Limb, Part 2, the Arm There are several muscles located on the arm itself. Some of these cross the shoulder joint and therefore cause movement of the shoulder. Others cross the elbow
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This note was uploaded on 01/03/2012 for the course ANAT 11110 taught by Professor Manley-buser during the Fall '11 term at Palmer Chiropractic.

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