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POLLICIS BREVIS ABDUCTOR DIGITI MINIM I FLEX. DIGITI MINIM I BREVIS Tendon of II. digit. profundus PALMAR INTEROSSEI LUMBRICALES DORSAL INTEROSSEI Figure 4-12 32 ADDUCTOR POWCIS PALMARIS BREVIS (cups palm) CHAPI'ER 4. THE MUSCULAR SYSTEM :\Iuscles that extend the spine Fig. 4-17. The extensor muscles of the spine. Splenius capitis and cervicis. Unlike other spinal muscles, which connect transverse processes with spines of superiorly situated vertebrae, the splenius muscles do the reverse; they are the only ones that connect spinous processes with superiorly situated transverse processes (or lateral skull for the case of the splenius capitis muscle).
As a general principle of muscle anatomy. that when two muscles overlap one another and run in parallel, the shorter muscle tends to lie deeper. G~meral patterns of muscle innervation are discussed in chapters 12-14 (Nervous System), Specific listings are given in the Appendix, page 173, perior fibers elevate the shoulder; inferior fibers lower the shoulder. (2) pectoralis minor - connects ribs 3, 4,and 5 with the coracoid process. Moves the scapula forward, and down. (3) levator scapulae - elevates the scapula Muscles That :\love the Shoulder Fig.
Fig. 4-9. Forearm muscles that extend the wrist and fingers. They tend to connect (or align) with the lateral epicondyle of the humerus. As for the flexors. there is a superficial and deep grouping; deeper muscles tend to be shorter, and originate in the forearm rather than at the lateral epicondyle. Note a certain similarity between the superficial extensors. as seen in this figure, and flexors in figure 4-8. Of course. the names differ; since there is no palm on the dorsum of the hand, the extensors can Extensor pollicis \~ Figure 4-10 (1) EXTENSOR CARPI ULNARIS (extends & adducts wrist) (2) EXTENSOR DIGITORUM (extends wrist & medial 4 digits) & EXT.
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