Muscles of Head_ Neck_ _ Trunk

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					Name _____________________________________ Period __________ Date ____________
                      Muscles of the Head, Neck, & Trunk (pp. 200-203)
Directions: Identify the muscles of the head by writing the correct letter in the answer blank.
   1. _____ Used in smiling                                              a. Buccinator
   2. _____ Used to suck in your cheeks                                  b. Frontalis
   3. _____ Used in winking                                              c. Masseter
   4. _____ The “kissing” muscle                                         d. Occipitalis
   5. _____ Prime mover of jaw closure                                   e. Orbicularis oculi
   6. _____ Synergist for jaw closure                                    f. Orbicularis oris
   7. _____ Used in frowning                                             g. Platysma
   8. _____ Pulls the scalp posteriorly                                  h. Sternocleidomastoid
   9. _____ Holds food between the teeth during chewing                  i. Temporalis
   10. _____ Prime mover of head flexion; a 2-headed muscle              j. Zygomaticus
   11. _____ Used to form the horizontal frown crease on the forehead
   12. _____ Acting alone, each muscle of this pair turns the head toward the opposite
Directions: Identify the anterior trunk muscles by writing the correct letter in the answer blank.
   13. _____ Flexes (but does not rotate) the vertebral column                   a. External
   14. _____ Prime mover for shoulder flexion and adduction                         intercostal
   15. _____ Compresses the contents of the abdominal cavity                     b. External
   16. _____ The name means “straight muscle of the abdomen”                        oblique
   17. _____ Part of the abdominal girdle; forms the external lateral            c. Internal
       walls of abdomen                                                             intercostal
   18. _____ & _____ The two sets of muscles that are found in                   d. Internal
       between the ribs                                                             oblique
   19. _____ & _____ The two pairs of muscles that allow you to                  e. Pectoralis
       rotate your vertebral column                                                 major
   20. _____ Deep muscles of the thorax that promote the inspiratory             f. Rectus
       phase of breathing                                                           abdominis
   21. _____ Deep muscles of the thorax that promote the expiratory              g. Transversus
       phase of breathing                                                           abdominis
   22. _____ “6-pack” muscles
Directions: Identify the posterior trunk muscles by writing the correct letter in the blank.
   23. _____ Prime mover for shoulder abduction                               a. Deltoid
   24. _____ Common intramuscular injection site                              b. Erector spinae
   25. _____ Large paired superficial muscle of the lower back                c. Latissimus dorsi
   26. _____ Muscles that provide stability and control when                  d. Trapezius
       bending over to touch the toes
   27. _____ Muscle that allows you to shrug your shoulders or
       extend your head
   28. _____ Muscle that adducts the shoulder and causes
       extension of the shoulder joint
   29. _____ Shoulder muscle that is the antagonist of the muscle
       in #28 above
   30. _____ Prime mover of back extension; a deep composite
       muscle consisting of three columns
Directions: Select a different color for each muscle
listed below and color in the coding circle and
corresponding muscle on Figure 6-6, 6-7, and/or 6-8.
 Frontalis                    Pectoralis major
 Occipitalis                  External intercostals
 Orbicularis oculi            Internal intercostals
 Orbicularis oris             Rectus abdominis
 Buccinator                   External oblique
 Zygomaticus                  Internal oblique
 Masseter                     Transversus abdominis
 Temporalis                   Trapezius
 Platysma                     Latissimus dorsi
 Sternocleidomastoid          Erector spinae

 Deltoid

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