Identification of facial muscles worksheet
Muscles of the Face by Greg Crowther Context. Arteries of the pelvis and right lower limb, Anterior and Inferior views Part 2. Relative positions of the ovaries, the uterus, and the ligaments that support them Part 2. Midbrain, Posterior view of midbrain in relation to brain stem Part 1. Autonomic plexuses in the thorax, abdomen, and pelvis. The scrotum, the supporting structure for the testes Part 1.
From Genius to Madness
Muscles of the Face
The plantar muscles exist in three layers, providing the foot the strength to counterbalance the weight of the body. The deep anterior compartment produces flexion as well. Which muscles form the quadriceps? The large and powerful muscles of the hip that move the femur generally originate on the pelvic girdle and insert into the femur. Because the muscles insert in the skin rather than on bone, when they contract, the skin moves to create facial expression Figure 1.
Anatomy Drill and Practice
The Central Nervous System The genioglossus depresses the tongue and moves it anteriorly; the styloglossus lifts the tongue and retracts it; the palatoglossus elevates the back of the tongue; and the hyoglossus depresses and flattens it. Flexion, medial rotation and adduction at hip. T lymphocytes and Their Functional Types Add 3D organ section with a rotational model.
Cervical plexus in anterior view. Relative positions of the ovaries, the uterus, and the ligaments that support them Part 2. Principal veins of the head and neck, Right lateral view. Muscles That Move the Humerus. Arch of the aorta and its principal branches, Anterior view of branches of brachiocephalic trunk in upper limb. They work on the hyoid bone, with the suprahyoid muscles pulling up and the infrahyoid muscles pulling down. Muscles That Move the Lower Jaw.