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Anatomy Atlases: Atlas of Human Anatomy: Plate 11: Figure 1

Atlas of Human Anatomy

Head, trunk, and arm muscles, at the anterior surface of the body.

Translated by: Ronald A. Bergman, PhD and Adel K. Afifi, MD, MS
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Head, trunk, and arm muscles, at the anterior surface of the body

a) Skull, with galea aponeurotica.
b) Zygomatic bone.
c) Mandible.
d) Thyroid cartilage.
e) Trachea.
f) Clavicle.
g) Sternum, manubrium.
h) Sternum, body.
i) Coracoid process.
k) Acromion.
l) First rib cartilage.
m) Second rib cartilage.
n) Third rib cartilage.
o) Fourth rib cartilage.
p) Pubic symphysis.
q) Anterior superior iliac spine.
r) Humerus.
s) Interclavicular ligament.
t) Rhomboid ligament.
u) Coruscantia ligaments.
v) Claviculoacromial ligament.
w) Coracoclavicular ligament.

  1. m. frontalis.
  2. m. procerus.
  3. m. auricularis superior.
  4. m. auricularis anterior.
  5. m. orbicularis palpebrum, strata external and internal.
  6. m. levator labii superioris alaeque nasi (and compressornasi).
  7. m. levator labii superioris proprius.
  8. m. zygomaticus minor.
  9. m. zygomaticus major.
  10. m. levator anguli oris.
  11. m. masseter.
  12. m. buccinator.
  13. m. triangularis menti (depressor anguli oris).
  14. m. quadratus menti.
  15. m. levator menti.
  16. m. orbicularis oris.

The facial muscles are seen in Plate 9, figures 1 and 4.

  1. m. platysma.
  2. m. sternocleidomastoideus.
  3. m. sternohyoideus.
  4. mm. scalenes.

The neck muscles are seen in Plate 9, figures 2, 3, and 4.

  1. m. pectoralis major.
  2. m. pectoralis minor.
  3. m. subclavius.
  4. m. serratus anterior.
  5. m. external abdominal oblique (s. descendens).
  6. linea alba and navel.
  7. m. rectus abdominis.
  8. tendinous inscriptions.
  9. m. pyramidalis.
  10. m. internal abdominal oblique.
  11. m. inguinal ligament (pouparts).
  12. inguinal ligament, lateral crus.
  13. inguinal ligament, medial crus.
  14. intercrural fibers, abdominal annulus.
  15. posterior inguinal annulus.
  16. inguinal canal.
  17. m. deltoid.
  18. m. coracobrachialis.
  19. m. biceps brachii, short head.
  20. m. biceps brachii, long head.
  21. m. biceps brachii.
  22. m. subscapularis.
  23. m. brachialis.
  24. m. triceps, medial head.
  25. m. pronator teres.
  26. m. brachioradialis.
  27. m. flexor carpi radialis.
  28. m. palmaris longus.
  29. m. flexor carpi ulnaris.
  30. m. flexor digitorum superficialis.
  31. m. flexor pollicis longus.
  32. flexor retinaculum (transverse carpal ligament).
  33. mm. ball of thumb (m. flexor and abductor pollicis brevis).
  34. m. palmaris brevis.
  35. m. adductor pollicis.
  36. m. extensor carpi radialis longus.
  37. m. extensor carpi radialis brevis.
  38. m. abductor pollicis longus.
  39. m. extensor pollicis brevis.
  40. m. extensor pollicis longus.
  41. m. extensor indicis proprius.
  42. m. extensor digitorum communis.
  43. m. external interosseous I.
  44. mm. lumbricles.
  45. m. abductor digiti quinti (V).
  46. femoral fascia, fascia lata.
  47. fossa ovalis.
  48. Fascia lata, falciform border.
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