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CHAPTER 14 Neuromuscular Connection
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Fig 143 The sternocleidomastoid muscle and its attachments
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Characteristic #4: Relative size Some muscles are named for their relative size: that is, how big they are compared to their neighbors Consider two muscles in the gluteal (GLOO-tee-al) or rump region the gluteus (GLOOtee-us) maximus (MACKS-ih-mus) and the gluteus minimus (MIN-ih-mus) [Study suggestion: Which do you think is the larger muscle, the one with a more minimum or more maximum size ] Characteristic #5: Number of muscle heads A muscle head is a major division of a muscle, with one or more tendons attached In Latin, ceps (SEPS) means head, while bi- denotes two Biceps (BUY-seps), therefore, means two-headed Brachii (BRAY-kee-eye) stands for arm Hence, the name of the biceps brachii muscle translates exactly to mean a two-headed muscle in the upper arm The biceps brachii has two major heads or divisions to it, and is hooked onto bones by two tendons above the muscle, and two below it Characteristic #6: Direction of muscle bers Several muscles are given Latin names describing the direction of their individual muscle bers
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long, slender, ber-shaped muscle cells Consider the rectus (WRECK-tus) abdominis (ahb-DAHM-ih-nus) muscle (Review Figure 141) It is located in the front of the abdomen (trunk midsection), and its bers are oriented in a straight (rect), vertical direction Characteristic #7: Association with real or mythological characters Certain muscles are associated with real people, or with people who only existed in myth A very intriguing example is the sartorius (sar-TOR-ee-us) This muscle oddly means presence of (-us) a tailor (sartori)! The naming connection is to the way tailors used to sit in ancient times cross-legged upon the ground (Figure 144) The sartorius is actually located along the inner aspect of each thigh Thus, when it contracts, it exes (bends) the lower leg, as was done by ancient tailors who used to sit on their bent legs!
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SARTORIUS muscle ( presence of a tailor )
Fig 144 The sartorius: A tale about tailors!
Characteristic #8: Major body actions Some muscles are named for their major body actions Consider as an example the masseter (mah-SEE-ter) muscle in the lower jaw Its name comes from Latin for chewer You use the masseter to lift your lower jaw as you chew meat or gum, of course!
The General Anatomy of a Skeletal Muscle
We have been considering the speci c names and appearances of various skeletal muscles But there is also a general anatomy that practically all skeletal muscles share
CHAPTER 14 Neuromuscular Connection
Figure 145 includes examples of fascia (FASH-ee-uh) A fascia is a thin band (fasci) of brous connective tissue surrounding or penetrating a muscle Consider, for instance, the epimysium (ep-uh-MIS-ee-um), which is a sheet or band of fascia that is present (-um) upon (epi-) the entire muscle (mys) [Study suggestion: Look at a raw piece of chicken Peel the skin back slightly from the esh, and you will see a milky looking membrane lying upon the meat What is the name of this membrane ] Cutting the muscle in half, we can view the perimysium (pair-uh-MIZH-eeum) The perimysium penetrates deeply into the muscle organ and subdivides it into fascicles (FAS-uh-kuls) little bundles of muscle bers that are surrounded by sheets of fascia The perimysium, therefore, is the fascia present around (peri-) each bundle or fascicle of muscle bers Finally, the endomysium (en-doh-MIZH-ee-um) is the fascia present within (endo-) each bundle or fascicle, and between its individual muscle bers You will note from Figure 145 that the skeletal muscle bers, themselves, are striated (STRY-ay-tid) or furrowed, that is cross-striped with blackish lines Epimysium
Endomysium
Skeletal muscle fiber (cell) Striations (cross-stripes) Fascicle (bundle) of muscle fibers Perimysium Bone Tendon
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