Scott David Schaeffer DC's A.D.A.M. Interactive Anatomy Online Student Lab Activity PDF

By Scott David Schaeffer DC

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Руководство по лабораторной работе. Может быть использована в сочетании с ADAM Интерактивная Анатомия. Понятные и красочные рисунки и пояснения к ним.

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11/2/2012 9:05:09 AM 2 Muscular System LEARNING OBJECTIVES Upon completion of this chapter, the student should be able to: ■ Describe the major functions of the muscular system ■ Describe common muscle origins and insertions as well as synergists and antagonists for major muscle groups ■ Provide examples of criteria used when naming muscles ■ Locate and identify the major muscles of the head and neck ■ Locate and identify the major muscles of the chest and back ■ Locate and identify the major muscles of the upper extremity ■ Locate and identify the major muscles of the lower extremity MUSCULAR SYSTEM OVERVIEW Of the three types of muscle tissue in the body (skeletal, cardiac, and smooth), skeletal muscle is the only type to be under voluntary control.

The frontal bone with the supraorbital margin and supraorbital foramen (notch in some individuals) makes up the superior border of the orbit. In all, seven bones of the skull contribute to the orbit. To view a close-up of the orbit in its entirety, click on Walls of Orbit (Ant) . The perpendicular plate and middle nasal conchae of the ethmoid bone can be seen within the nasal cavity. The vomer (along with the perpendicular plate of the ethmoid bone) comprises the nasal septum. To view the nasal septum in its entirety, click on A49 as well as A49 or L209 or L210 .

Indd 26 11/2/2012 9:05:05 AM CHAPTER 1 Skeletal System 27 Identify and label the bones of the leg, along with their features, in the figure below. 15 The Foot The foot is made of up 26 bones that are divided into three distinct groups: the tarsals (ankle), metatarsals, and phalanges (toes). The seven tarsals of the ankle are the talus (articulates with the tibia), calcaneus (heel bone), navicular, the cuneiforms (medial, intermediate, lateral), and the cuboid. The five metatarsals form the sole of the foot and are numbered 1 to 5 beginning medially with the great toe (hallux).

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