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#Club75 | Learn With Steem | Medical Education | Part-03 | The human muscles of anatomy| by @doctorstrips

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Muscle or Muscular Tissue is a major Tissue of the body and the part of the anatomy that is discussed in detail is called Myology.

Muscles are attached to or stuck to bones, cartilage, ligaments and skin. Muscles that are located just below the skin are usually flat or flat in shape.


The muscles of the arms and legs are elongated.

Those muscles are named differently.


1.According to the size of the muscle

The human body is named according to the size of the muscle.

2.According to muscle function

The human muscles are positioned according to their function. They are named according to the work.


Pronator etc. muscles.


3.According to being stuck

The muscles of the human body are named after them, that is, the muscles that are attached to the bones.


Sterno Mastoid,
Intercostal muscles.

4.According to the location

They are named according to the position of the muscles in the body.


Pectorlis Major muscle,
Rectus Abdominis muscle.

The muscles of the human body can be further divided into three parts.

(i) Voluntary Muscle - We can move these muscles ourselves. These muscles can move as we wish.

(ii) Involuntary Muscle - These muscles work automatically or move automatically. They are controlled by Autonomic Nerves. For example, the muscles of the stomach and intestines are such muscles.

(iii) Cardiac Muscle - Although they work on their own, their structure is different.

[Muscles of different parts of the body]

The number of muscles in the body is innumerable. Some of the major muscles are described.

1.Muscle of head

Muscle refers to the muscles in the human head. Such as- Occipito Frontalis muscle, which is located under the scapular scalp.

2.Muscles of face

There is a muscle called Orbicularris around the mouth, which controls the movement of the lips. The main muscle of the cheek is the Buccinator muscle.

Chewing works to make the muscles chew. For example, the muscles of the masseter and the pterygoid work the two mandibles. The temporal muscles help in this.

3.Muscle of Neck

There are many muscles in the neck of the human body. They attach the head to the trunk. The superficial muscle under the skin of the neck is the Platysma muscle. A thin seat-like muscle. It is attached to the jaw at the top and to the chest at the bottom.

4.Muscle of Shoulder and Upper limb

The muscles that connect the body with the scapula are the serratus anterior muscle and the serratus posterior muscle.

Deep muscle which rests on the back.
Rhomboid muscles are located below the Trapezius and Latissimus Dorsi muscles.

[Muscle of upper limb]

The deep muscle is the Flexor Digitorum Profundus, which extends from the rack to the fingers. It simply helps the wrist and fingers to move or move.


Muscles that only flex the wrist or wrist of the elbow or elbow are stuck to the humerus. The muscles that extend the wrist, such as the two muscles that are attached to the radius and ulna.

5.Muscle of Thorax

Chest muscles can be divided into many parts.The front has two muscles called Pectoralis Major and Pectoralis minor. The muscles in the back are known as the back muscles. The trapzius muscle extends to both sides of the back.

Moreover, under the superfical muscles and Latissimus Dorsi there are Teres Major, Teres Minor, Rhomboid muscles. It also has a large fascia in the lumbar region of the back, called the Lumber Fascia.If there is any type of infection, it is called Lumbago.

6.Muscle of foot

The leg muscles can be divided into three parts. E.g.

(i) Anterior Group.
(ii) Posterior Group.
(iii) Fibular Group.


[Muscle of foot]

Many of the main muscles of the foot have tendons on both sides. In addition, there are popliteal artery and Vein Medical Popliteal and Lateral popliteal nerves and there are many Lymph Vessel.


Muscles or Myology of the human body are discussed in today's anatomy. Muscles are a very important part of our body, without which we would not be able to move properly. So every element of the body is essential for the human body.

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