Anatomy of muscles

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1. 

Trapezius

 

Origin: Base of skull, occipital protuberance; Ligaments of neck; Spines of 7 cervical and upper 3 thoracic vertebrae; Spines of 4-12 thoracic vertebrae.Insertion: Posterior aspect of outer third clavicle; Border of the acromion process; Upper border of the scapular spine; Triangular space at the base of the spine.

 
2. 

Rhomboid major

 

Origin: Spinous process of the 2-5 thoracic vertebrae.Insertion: Medial border of the scapula, below the spine of scapula.

 
3. 

Rhomboid minor

 

Origin: Spinous process 7th cervical and 1st thoracic vertebrae. Insertion: Medial border of the scapula, below the spine of scapula.

 
4. 

Levator Scapula

 

Origin: Transverse process of the upper 4 cervical vertebrae.Insertion: Medial border of the scapula above the spine of the scapular spine.

 
5. 

Pectoralis Minor

 

Origin: Outer surfaces of the 3-5 ribs.Insertion: Coracoid process.

 
6. 

Serratus anterior

 

Origin: Lateral portion of the upper 9 ribsInsertion: Whole medial border of the costal aspect of the scapula.

 
7. 

Supraspinatus

 

Origin: Supraspiantus fossa.Insertion: Top of the greater tubercle of the humerus.

 
8. 

Infraspinatus

 

Origin: Posterior surface of the scapula below the scapular spine.Insertion: Greater tubercle of the humerus on the posterior side.

 
9. 

Teres minor

 

Origin: Posterior, lateral surface of the scapula.Insertion: Greater tubercle of the humerus on the posterior side.

 
10. 

Subscapularis

 

Origin: Entire anterior surface of the scapular fossa.Insertion: Lesser tubercle of the humerus.

 
11. 

Deltoid

 

Origin: Front outer third of clavicle, border of the acromion, and lower edge of the spine of the scapula.

 
12. 

Teres major

 

Origin: Lower third of the lateral border of the scapula.Insertion: Inner lip of the intertubercular groove of the humerus.

 
13. 

Coracobrachialis

 

Origin: coracoid process of the scapula.Insertion: medial, middle of humerus.

 
14. 

Latissimus dorsi

 

Origin: Posterior crest of the ilium, back of the sacrum and spinous process of the lower 3 ribs.Insertion: Medial side of the intertubercular groove of the humerus.

 
15. 

Pectoralis major

 

Origin: Inner half of the anterior surface of the clavicle, anterior surface of the costal cartilages of the first 6 ribs and adjoining.Insertion: Outer lip of the intertubercular groove of the humerus.

 
16. 

Biceps brachii

 

Origin: Long head: Top of the glenoid fossa.Short head: Top of the coracoid process.Insertion: Tuberosity of the radius.

 
17. 

Brachialis

 

Origin: Lower half of the anterior portion of the humerus.Insertion: coronoid process of the ulna.

 
18. 

Brachioradialis

 

Origin: Lower two thirds of outer condyloid ridge of the humerus.Insertion: outer surface of the lower end of the radius at the styloid process.

 
19. 

Triceps brachii

 

Origin: Long head: Lower edge of the glenoid process of the scapula.Lateral head: Upper half of the posterior surface of the humerus.Medial head: Lower two thirds of the posterior surface of the humerus.Insertion: Olecranon process of the ulna.

 
20. 

Palmaris longus

 

Origin: Medial epicondyle of humerus.Insertion: Palmar aponeurosis.

 
21. 

Flexor Carpi radialis

 

Origin: Medial epicondyle of humerus.Insertion: Bases of 2nd and 3rd metacarpals.

 
22. 

Flexor Carpi ulnaris

 

Origin: Medial epicondyle of humerus.Insertion: Bases of 5th metacarpals.

 
23. 

Pronator teres

 

Origin: Medial epicondyle of humerus and coronoid process of ulna.Insertion: mid-lateral surface of the radius.

 
24. 

Pronator quadratus

 

Origin: Anterior distal radius.Insertion: Anterior distal ulna.

 
25. 

Extensor carpi radialis longus

 

ORIGIN: lateral epicondyle of humerus

INSERTION: `base of 2nd metacarpal

 
26. 

Extensor carpi radialis brevis

 

ORIGIN: lateral epicondyle of humerus

INSERTION: base of 3rd metacarpal

 
27. 

Extensor carpi ulnaris

 

ORIGIN: lateral epicondyle of humerus

INSERTION: base of 5th metacarpal

 
28. 

Rectus abdominis

 

ORIGIN: crest of the pubis

INSERTION: cartilage of the 5th, 6th, and 7th ribs and the xiphoid process

 
29. 

External obliques

 

ORIGIN: borders of the lower 8 ribs at

the side of the chest interdigitating with

 
30. 

Internal obliques

 

ORIGIN: upper half of the inguinal ligament, anterior two-thirds of the crest of the ilium and the thoracolumbar fascia

INSERTION: costal cartilages of the 8th, 9th, and 10th ribs and the linea alba

 
31. 

Transversus abdominis

 

ORIGIN: outer third of the inguinal ligament, inner rim of the crest of the ilium, inner surface of the cartilage of the lower 6 ribs, and the thoracolumbar fascia

INSERTION: crest of the pubis, the iliopectineal line, and the linea alba

 
32. 

Erector spinae

 

ORIGINS & INSERTIONS: in general, these muscles attach the spinous and transverse processes of the vertebrae to each other and to the pelvis, ribs, and skull

 
33. 

Iliopsoas

 

ORIGIN: inner surface of ilium, base of the sacrum, and sides of the bodies of the last thoracic and all of the lumbar vertebrae

INSERTION: lesser trochanter of the femur

 
34. 

Sartorius

 

ORIGIN: notch between the anterior-superior and anterior-inferior spines of the ilium

INSERTION: anterior medial condyle of the tibia

 
35. 

Rectus femoris

 

ORIGIN: anterior-inferior iliac spine of the ilium

INSERTION: tibial tuberosity via the patella and patellar ligament

 
36. 

Tensor fasciae latae

 

ORIGIN: anterior iliac crest of the ilium

INSERTION: iliotibial band of fascia quarter of the way down

 
37. 

Pectineus

 

ORIGIN: space 1-inch wide on front of pubis just above the crest

INSERTION: rough line leading from the lesser trochanter down to the linea aspera

 
38. 

Adductor brevis

 

ORIGIN: front of the pubis just below the origin of the longus

INSERTION: lesser trochanter of upper quarter of the linea aspera

 
39. 

Adductor longus

 

ORIGIN: front of the pubis just below its crest

INSERTION: middle third of the linea aspera

 
40. 

Adductor magnus

 

ORIGIN: edge of the entire ramus of the pubis and the ischium, and the tuberosity of the ischium

INSERTION: whole length of the linea aspera and inner condyloid ridge

 
41. 

Gracilis

 

ORIGIN: inner edge of the descending ramus of the pubis

INSERTION: anterior medial surface of the tibia below the condyle

 
42. 

Gluteus maximus

 

ORIGIN: posterior quarter of the crest of the ilium, posterior surface of the sacrum near the ilium, and fascia of the lumbar area

INSERTION: gluteal line of femur and iliotibial band of fascia latae

 
43. 

Gluteus medius

 

ORIGIN: outer surface of the ilium just below the crest

INSERTION: posterior and middle surfaces of the greater trochanter of the femur

 
44. 

Gluteus minimus

 

ORIGIN: outer surface of the ilium below the origin of the gluteus medius

INSERTION: anterior surface of the greater trochanter of the femur

 
45. 

Piriformis`

 

ORIGIN: anterior surface of sacrum

INSERTION: greater trochanter of femur

 
46. 

Gemellus superior

 

ORIGIN: posterior ischium (ischial spine)

INSERTION: greater trochanter of the femur

 
47. 

Gemellus inferior

 

ORIGIN: ischial tuberosity

INSERTION: greater trochanter of femur

 
48. 

Obturator internus

 

ORIGIN: obturator foramen

INSERTION: greater trochanter of femur

 
49. 

Obturator externus

 

ORIGIN: obturator foramen

INSERTION: greater trochanter of femur

 
50. 

Quadratus femoris

 

ORIGIN: ischial tuberosity

INSERTION: just below greater trochanter of femur

 
51. 

Rectus femoris

 

ORIGIN: anterior-inferior iliac spine of the ilium

INSERTION: tibial tuberosity via the patella and patellar ligament

 
52. 

Vastus intermedius

 

ORIGIN: upper two-thirds of the anterior surface of femur

INSERTION: tibial tuberosity via the patella and patellar ligament

 
53. 

Vastus lateralis

 

ORIGIN: greater trochanter and lateral lip of the linea aspera

INSERTION: tibial tuberosity via the patella and patellar ligament

 
54. 

Vastus medialis

 

ORIGIN: whole length of the linea aspera

INSERTION: tibial tuberosity via the patella and patellar ligament

 
55. 

Sartorius

 

ORIGIN: notch between the anterior-superior and anterior-inferior spines of the ilium

INSERTION: anterior medial condyle of the tibia

 
56. 

Biceps femoris

 

ORIGINS: Long head: ischial tuberosity

Short head: lateral lip of linea aspera

INSERTIONS: Long head: lateral condyle of tibia

 
57. 

Semitendinosus

 

ORIGIN: ischial tuberosity

INSERTION: medial condyle of tibia

 
58. 

Semimembranosus

 

ORIGIN: ischial tuberosity

INSERTION: medial condyle of tibia

 
59. 

Gastrocnemius

 

ORIGIN: medial and lateral condyles of the femur

INSERTION: calcaneus via the calcaneus tendon (Achilles tendon)

 
60. 

Popliteus

 

ORIGIN: posterior surface of lateral epicondyle of femur

INSERTION: upper, posterior medial surface of tibia

 
61. 

Gracilis

 

ORIGIN: inner edge of the descending ramus of the pubis

INSERTION: anterior medial surface of the tibia below the condyle

 
62. 

Anterior tibialis

 

ORIGIN: upper two-thirds of the lateral surface of tibia and interosseous membrane

INSERTION: inner surface of medial cuneiform and the 1st metatarsal

 
63. 

Extensor digitorum longus

 

ORIGIN: lateral condyle of the tibia, proximal three-fourths of the fibula, and the interosseous membrane

INSERTION: middle and distal phalanges of the lateral four toes

 
64. 

Extensor hallucis longus

 

ORIGIN: middle half of the medial fibula and adjoining interosseous membrane

INSERTION: distal phalanx of the great toe (“hallucis” refers to the great toe)

 
65. 

Gastrocnemius

 

ORIGIN: medial and lateral condyles of the femur

INSERTION: calcaneus via the calcaneus tendon (Achilles tendon)

 
66. 

Soleus

 

ORIGIN: upper two-thirds of the posterior surfaces of the tibia and fibula

INSERTION: calcaneus via the calcaneus tendon (Achilles tendon)

 
67. 

Tibialis posterior

 

ORIGIN: posterior surface of the upper half of the interosseous membrane and the adjacent surfaces of the tibia and fibula

INSERTION: lower medial surfaces of the navicular and cuneiform bones, and bases of the 2 through 5 metatarsal bones

 
68. 

Flexor digitorum longus

 

ORIGIN: posterior surface of middle one-third of tibia

INSERTION: plantar surface of the base of the 3rd phalange of the 2nd through 5th toes

 
69. 

Flexor hallucis longus

 

ORIGIN: posterior surface of lower 2/3 of fibula

INSERTION: plantar surface of the base of the terminal phalange of the great toe

 
70. 

Plantaris

 

ORIGIN: posterior surface of the lateral epicondyle of the femur

INSERTION: tuberosity of the calcaneus via the Achilles tendon

 
71. 

Peroneus longus

 

ORIGIN: upper two-thirds of lateral surface of tibia and fibula

INSERTION: ventral surfaces of the 1st metatarsal and medial cuneiform

 
72. 

Peroneus brevis

 

ORIGIN: distal two-thirds of the fibula

INSERTION: tuberosity of the 5th metatarsal