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Anatomy Atlases: Illustrated Encyclopedia of Human Anatomic Variation: Opus I: Muscular System: Alphabetical Listing of Muscles: Muscles With Associated Named and Unnamed Variations

Illustrated Encyclopedia of Human Anatomic Variation: Opus I: Muscular System: Alphabetical Listing of Muscles

Muscles With Associated Named and Unnamed Variations

Ronald A. Bergman, PhD
Adel K. Afifi, MD, MS
Ryosuke Miyauchi, MD

Peer Review Status: Internally Peer Reviewed

A | B| C| D| E| F| G| H| I| J| K| L| M| N|
O| P| Q| R| S| T| U| V| W| X| Y| Z|

A

Abductor Digiti Minimi (Manus).
Accessorius ad abductorem digiti minimi manus.
Accessory abductor digiti minimi.
Pisiannularis.
Pisimetacarpeus.
Pisiuncinatus. Abductor Digiti Minimi (Pedis).
Abductor ossis metatarsi digiti quinti
Abductor Hallucis.
Abductor Manus.
Abductor Pollicis Longus.
Abductor pollicis tertius (extensor atque Abductor pollicis accessorius).
Adductor Brevis.
Adductor Hallucis, Caput Obliquum.
Flexor digiti II brevis.
Adductor Hallucis, Caput Transversum
(Transversus Pedis).
Adductor Longus.
Adductor Magnus.
Adductor Pollicis.
Transversus manus.
Contrahentes digitorum.
Anconeus.
Auricularis Anterior.
Auricularis inferior.
Auricularis Posterior.
Auricularis Superior.

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B

Biceps Brachii.
Biceps Femoris.
Tensor fasciae suralis (ischioaponeuroticus).
Brachialis.
Brachiofascialis
Capsularis subbrachialis
Brachioradialis.
Brachioradialis brevis.
Supinator longus accessorius.
Buccinator.
Bulbocavernosus.
Compressor venae dorsalis.

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C

Coccygeus.
Curvator coccygeus accessorius
Constrictor pharyngis inferior.
Cricopharyngeus.
Syndesmopharyngeus.
Constrictor Pharyngis Medius.
Ceratopharyngeus.
Chondropharyngeus.
Constrictor Pharyngis Superior.
Buccopharyngeus.
Glossopharyngeus.
Mylopharyngeus.
Pterygopharyngeus.
Salpingopharyngeus.
Coracobrachialis.
Coracobrachialis inferior s, longus.
Coracobrachialis minor (court
coracobrachialis).
Coracobrachialis superior brevis.
Corrugator Supercilii.
Cremaster.
Cricoarytenoideus Lateralis.
Cricoarytenoideus Posterior.
Ceratocricoideus.
Cricohyoideus
Keratocricoid
Cricothyroideus.
Depressor thyroideae.
Incisurae mediae obliquuis.
Incisurae medius obliquuis bicaudatus.
Thyrotrachealis biceps.

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D

Deltoideus.
Costodeltoideus.
Infraspinatohumeralis.
Depressor Anguli Oris.
Transversus menti.
Diaphragm.
Hepatodiaphragmaticus.
Digastric (Anterior Belly).
Mentohyoid.
Digastric (Posterior Belly).
Stylomandibularis.

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E

Epitrochleo-olecranonis.
Extensor Carpi Radialis Brevis.
Extensor carpi radialis accessorius.
Extensor carpi radialis intermedius.
Extensor Carpi Radialis Longus.
Extensor carpi radialis accessorius.
Extensor carpi radialis intermedius.
Extensor Carpi Ulnaris.
Ulnaris digiti minimi (Ulnaris
digiti quinti).
Extensor Digiti Minimi (Proprius) Manus.
Extensor Digitorum Brevis (Manus).
Extensor Digitorum Brevis (Pedis).
Extensor Digitorum Communis.
Extensor Digitorum Longus (Pedis).
Extensor Hallucis Longus.
Extensor hallucis longus minor.
Extensor Indicis Proprius.
Extensor brevis manus.
Extensor digiti III.
Extensor digiti IV.
Extensor digiti medii.
Extensor digitorum brevis manus.
Extensor Pollicis Brevis.
Extensor Pollicis Longus.
Extensor pollicis and indicis communis tendon.
External Oblique.
Saphenous.

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F

Flexor Carpi Radialis.
Flexor carpi radialis accessorius.
Flexor carpi radialis brevis (radio- carpeus.)
Flexor Carpi Ulnaris.
Epitrochleoanconeus (epitrochleo-anconeus or anconeus sextus).
Flexor Carpi Ulnaris.
Flexor carpi ulnaris brevis or ulnocarpeus brevis.
Flexor Digiti Minimi Brevis (Manus).
Tensor capsularis articulationis
metacarpophalangei digiti minimi.
Ulnaris externus brevis
Flexor Digitorum Brevis (Pedis).
Flexor Digitorum Longus (Pedis).
Flexor Digitorum Profundus.
Accessorius ad flexorem digitorum profundus.
Flexor indicis profundus.
Flexor Digitorum Superficialis (Sublimis).
Accessorius profundus digitorum.
Radiopalmaris.
Flexor Hallucis Brevis.
Opponens hallucis.
Flexor Hallucis Longus.
Fibulotarsalis.
Flexor accessorius longus.
Peroneocalacneus internus.
Flexor Pollicis Brevis.
Flexor Pollicis Longus.
Tensor bursae mucosae tendinum.

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G

Gastrocnemius.
Gastrocnemius tertius.
Gemelli.
Genioglossus.
Geniopharyngeus.
Levator epiglottidis.
Longitudinalis linguae inferioris medius.
Gluteus Maximus.
Coccygeofemoral.
Ischiofemoral.
Gluteus Medius.
Gluteoperinealis.
Gluteus medius accessorius.
Gluteus minimus.
Gluteus quartus.
Gluteus scansorius.
Gluteus Minimus.
Gracilis.
Biceps gracilis

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H

Hyoglossus.
Basioglossus.
Ceratoglossus.
Chondroglossus.
Geniohyoid.
Triticeoglossus.

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I

Iliopsoas (Iliacus and Psoas Major).
Iliacus minor (Iliocapsularis).
Inferior Oblique.
Obliquus accessorius inferior.
Infraspinatus.
Infraspinatus minor.
Infraspinatus superficialis.
Internal Oblique.
Accessory internal oblique Interossei (Manus).
Ischiocavernosus.
Compressor venae dorsalis.
Pubocavernosus.

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J, K, L

Lateral Cricoarytenoid.
Lateral Rectus.
Retractor bulbi.
Latissimus Dorsi.
Axillary arch (Pectorodorsalis).
Latissimocondyloideus (Dorso- epitrochlearis).
Levator Ani.
Levator Palpebrae Superioris.
Retractor glandulae lacrimalis.
Tensor trochleae (Gracillimus- orbitis).
Levator Scapulae.
Levator claviculae (Omocervicalis, Omotrachelien).
Longissimus.
Transversalis cervicis posterior minor.
Transversalis dorsi (Thoracis).
Longus Capitis.
Atlantobasilaris internus (axiobasilaris).
Epistropheobasilaris.
Longus Colli.
Atlanticomastoideus (Rectus lateralis accessorius).
Lumbricales (Manus).
Lumbricales (Pedis).

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M

Masseter.
Medial Rectus.
Retractor bulbi.
Mylohyoideus.

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N

Nasalis.
Compressor narium.
Depressor alae nasi (mitriformis).
Dilatores naris anterior and posterior.
Musculus anomalous.

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O

Obliquus Externus.
Saphenous.
Obliquus Inferior.
Obliquus Accessorius inferior.
Obliquus Internus.
Accessory internal oblique.
Obliquus Superior.
Comes obliqui superioris.
Obturator Externus.
Obturator Internus.
Occipitalis Minor (transversus Nuchae or
Occipital Transverse).
Occipitofrontalis.
Omoclavicularis.
Omohyoideus.
Cervicocostohumeralis.
Cleidomastoid.
Cleidofascialis.
Cleidothyroideae
Hyofascialis.
Opponens Digiti Minimi.
Ulnaris externus brevis.
Opponens Hallucis.
Opponens Pollicis.
Orbicularis Oculi.
Musculus lacrymalis.
Transversus glabellae.

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P

Palmaris Brevis.
Palmaris Longus.
Accessorius ad flexorem digiti minimi (Manus).
Palmaris profundus (Musculus comitans nervi mediani).
Panniculus Carnosus.
Axillary arch.
Dorsofascilais.
Pectineus.
Pectoralis Major.
Axillary arch.
Chondrofascialis.
Costoepitrochlearis.
Pectoralis quartus.
Sternalis.
Pectoralis Minor.
Chondrocoracoideus.
Pectoralis minimus.
Sternochondrocoracoideus.
Sternoclavicularis anterior.
Sternohumeralis.
Tensor semivaginae articulationis humero- scapularis.
Peroneus Brevis.
Extensor digiti quinti brevis.
Peroneus accessorius.
Peroneus digiti IV.
Peroneus digiti V.
Peroneus Longus.
Flexor digiti quinti brevis.
Peroneus digiti V superior or longus.
Plantar interosseous.
Peroneus Tertius.
Piriformis.
Plantaris.
Tensor fasciae plantaris.
Platysma.
Mandibulomarginalis.
Sphincter colli profundus.
Supraclavicularis.
Popliteus.
Peroneotibialis
Posterior Cricoarytenoid.
Ceratocricoideus.
Cricohyoideus.
Procerus.
Pronator Quadratus.
Court radial anterior.
Flexor carpi radialis brevis.
Flexor carpi radialis vel profundus.
Pisipalmaris.
Radialis internus brevis biceps.
Radiocarpeus.
Radiocubitocarpien (Cubitoradio-carpeus).
Radiopalmar.
Tensor capsulae radiocubitalis (inferioris).
Ulnocarpeus (cubitocarpeus)
Pronator Teres.
Pronator teres accessorius.
Psoas Major.
Psoas Minor.
Pterygoideus Lateralis.
Pterygoideus proprius.
Pterygospinosus.
Ptergoideus Medialis.
styloglossus.
Pyramidalis.

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Q

Quadratus Femoris.
Quadratus Lumborum.
Quadratus Plante.
Flexor Accessorius Longus.
Quadriceps.
Rectus Accessorius.

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R

Radiocarpeus.
Rectus abdominis.
Rectus Capitis Anterior.
Rectus capitis minimus.
Rectus Capitis Lateralis.
Rectus capitis lateralis longus.
Rectus Inferior.
Rectus Lateralis.
Retractor bulbi.
Rectus Medialis.
Rectus Superior.
Rhomboideus Major.
Rhomboideus Minor.
Occipitoscapularis.
Rhomboideus minimus.
Risorius

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S

Sartorius.
Scalenus Anterior.
Accessory anterior scalene.
Scalenus minimus.
Transversalis cervicis medius.
Scalenus Medius.
Scalenus Posterior.
Semimembranosus.
Semispinalis Capitis.
Biventer cervicis.
Semitendinosus.
Tensor fasciae suralis (Ischio- aponeuroticus).
Serratus Anterior.
Serratus Posterior.
Serratus Posterior Inferior.
Serratus Posterior Superior.
Soleus.
Soleus accessorius.
Peroneotibialis.
Tensor fasciae plantaris.
Sphincter Ani Externus.
Sphincter Urethrae.
Splenius.
Rhomboatloideus (Splenius colli accessorius).
Rhomboaxoideus
Splenius capitis accessorius.
Sternocleidomastoid.
Cleidoatlanticus.
Cleidocervicalis.
Cleidoepistrophicus.
Cleidomastoideus.
Cleido-occipital.
Sternomastoideus.
Sterno-occipital.
Sternohyoideus.
Sternohyoideus azygos.
Sternothyroideus.
Levator glandulae thyroideae.
Styloglossus.
Myloglossus (Wood) s. mandibulo- glossus.
Styloauricularis (Hyrtl) s. depressor auriculae (Lauth).
Stylohyoideus.
Stylohyoideus profundus.
Stylomandibularis.
Stylopharyngeus
Azygopharyngeus.
Mastoidopharyngeus.
Occipitopharyngeus.
Petropharyngeus.
Subcalvius.
Chondroepitrochlearis (Chondro- humeralis).
Costoclavicularis.
Interclavicularis anticus digastricus.
Omoclavicularis.
Pectoralis intermedius.
Pectoralis minimus.
Praeclavicularis.
Scapuloclavicularis.
Scapulocostalis minor.
Scapulocostoclavicularis
Sternoscapularis (Chondroscapularis).
Subclavius posticus.
Supraclavicularis.
Subcostalis.
Suboccipitales.
Atlantomastoid.
Subscapularis.
Glenobrachialis.
Subscapularis minor s. secundus.
Tensor capsulae.
Superior Oblique.
Comes obliquui superioris.
Superior Rectus.
Retractor bulbi.
Supinator.
Supracostalis.
Supracostalis posterior.
Supraspinatus.

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T

Temporalis.
Temporalis minor.
Tensor Fasciae Latae.
Tensor Laminae Posterioris Vaginae Musculi recti.
Teres Major.
Teres Minor.
Teres minimus.
Thyroarytenoideus.
Arymembranaceus.
Aryvocalis.
Superior thyroarytenoideus.
Thyrohyoideus.
Cricohyoideus.
Tibialis Anterior.
Tibioastragalus
Tibiofascialis anticus.
Tibialis Posterior.
Tensor capsuli tibiotarsalis anterior.
Tibialis secundus.
Tibiotarsalis.
Transpleuralis.
Transversus Abdominis.
Tensor laminae posterioris vaginae
musculi recti.
Transversus colli.
Transversus Nuchae.
Transversus Perinei Profundus.
Transversus Perinei Superficialis.
Gluteoperinealis.
Transversus Thoracis (Sternocostalis).
Trapezius.
Cleidoatlanticus
Levator claviculae (Omocervicalis or Omotrachelien).
Dorsofascialis.
Omoclavicularis.
Retroclavicularis proprius.
Scapuloclavicularis.
Sternoclavicularis anticus.
Supraclavicularis proprius.
Trachleoclavicularis Imus.
Triceps Brachii.
Epitrochleo-olecranous (Epitrochleo- anconeus or Epitrochleocubital or
Anconeus quintus).
Anconeus sextus.
Latissimocondyloideus (Accessorium
tricipitis or Dorsoepitrochlearis).

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U

Ulnocarpeus Brevis.

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V, W, X, Y, Z

Zygomaticus Major.
Zygomaticus Minor.

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