Over 70 large clearly labeled basic diagrams of the upper and lower extremities. Each component (as hand, foot, ankle) has several images depicting various muscle layers. University of Washington, Seattle.
These (physio) lab problems are designed to help students review hand anatomy, to relate their existing knowledge to functional considerations, and to introduce new material.
University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center
Department of Rehabilitation Sciences 2001
In general practice, short films of the knee are used to assess component position and define the entry point for intramedullary femoral alignment in TKAs; however, whether it is justified to use the short film commonly used in research settings and everyday practice as a substitute for the whole leg...
In addition to having technical expertise, experienced hand surgeons must have precise knowledge of flexor tendon anatomy to guide appropriate treatment of injuries to the flexor tendon system. The flexor tendon system consists of the flexor muscles in the volar compartment of the forearm, their tendinous extensions, and a specialized...
The anatomy of the hand is complex, intricate, and fascinating. Its integrity is absolutely essential for our everyday functional living. Our hands may be affected by many disorders, most commonly traumatic injury. For any physician or therapist treating hand problems, the mastery of such anatomy is fundamental in order to...
Shrugging the shoulders (scapula elevation) requires the use of levator scapulae and Trapezius. Fixation of the scapula by other muscles, allows the levator scapulae muscles to work together to aid cervical extension, or independently to laterally flex (side bend) the neck towards the side of the working muscle.
The Hosford Muscle Tables:
Skeletal Muscles of the Human Body
This web site is an index containing detailed information about the skeletal muscles of the human body. Included is each muscle's origin, insertion, action, blood supply and innervation.
Index to a group of pages each showing the anatomy (myology) of a specific muscle. This includes an illustration, origin and insertion, nerve supply (but not spinal innervation), action, uses and exercises for the muscle.
Peroneus Longus is one of the peroneal muscles which pass down the outside of the lower leg and evert (turn out) the foot. These muscles are sometimes referred to as fibularis longus and brevis due to their attchments on the fibula.
When all parts of the muscle work together they have the effect of simultaneously elevating and retracting the scapula. The Trapezius is used most commonly to fix the scapula to allow the Deltoid to move the Humerus.
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