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Lab 5 1 FUNCTIONAL HUMAN ANATOMY LAB #5 ABDOMEN AND PELVIS SURFACE ANATOMY: Inguinal ligament Linea alba Umbilicus ABDOMINAL MUSCULATURE: External Abdominal oblique Lateral attachment: Medial attachment: Linea alba, Pubic tubercle, Inguinal ligament, anterior half of iliac crest Function: Internal Abdominal oblique Lateral attachment: anterior 2/3's of iliac crest, lateral half of inguinal ligament Medial attachment: Function: Lateral attachment: Medial attachment: Function: Bilateral: compression of the abdominal cavity Superior attachment: Inferior attachment: Pubic crest Function: Linea Semilunaris (Semilunar line) outermost abdominal muscle; exists only as an aponeurosis medial to the semilunar line; from superior to inferior, fibers run medially 5 th to 12 th ribs near the mid-axillary line Unilateral: same side lateral flexion, opposite side lateral rotation; Bilateral: flexion of lumbar spine located deep to external oblique; exists only as an aponeurosis medial to the semilunar line (together with Transversus abdominus);
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This note was uploaded on 01/31/2012 for the course CELL BIO & 377 taught by Professor Golfetti during the Fall '11 term at Rutgers.

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