Jacki Houghton, DC



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Unit 3

This Unit will cover chapters 10 and 11

Lecture Review Here

Chapter 10: Skeletal Muscle Tissue 

Muscle Motion Software http://www.muscleandmotion.com/multifitHomePage.aspx

http://www.physioviva.com/movies/muscle_struc-func-human/index.html Great video for muscle tissue



Here's a Word Doc of the cat muscles for you to print out

Chapter 11: Muscles of the Body

Here's a Review for Lecture and Lab Exams 3

Chapter 10 - Muscle Tissue Signaling Mechanism ppt - this has the animation!

The following files are from the Musculoskeletal Coloring Book.  It is excellent!

 Part 1  Part 2  Part 3 Part 4  These are pdfs

Same pages in ppt format  0-100  101-200 201-300 301-400  These are powerpoints

 If those don't work, try these: pages 59-98   99-137  138-164   165-201   202-229   230-281   282-310   311-327

These are the PAL slides: Head     Upper Limb    Lower Limb    Trunk

Cadaver photos here

Great website  http://www.exrx.net/Lists/Directory.html

forearm video  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eEqUFB82cKA&feature=relmfu

http://anatomy.med.umich.edu/quizzes/practical/leg_practical/q1.html  Practice quiz

Muscle Tissue

Muscles of the back

Muscles of the arm

Muscles of thigh

Muscles of the leg

The lecture and lab exams will cover muscle tissue and contraction, names, origin, insertion and actions of muscles on the list.

Review for Lecture Exam:

1. Know the names of all of the structures in a sarcomere and their functions.   2. Know where, why and how muscle attachments work   3. Have an understanding of the various aponeuroses in the body   4. Know what a fascicle, T-tubule, sarcomere, myofibril, myofilament, fiber, sarcoplasm, musculoskeletal junction, sarcoplasmic reticulum, extensibility, excitability, elasticity, contractility and myoglobin are.   5. Understand the differences between cardiac, smooth and skeletal muscle.   6. Know what muscular dystrophy is, what a strain is and what causes pain in an overstretched muscle.   7. Know the origins and insertions of all superficial muscles   8. Know what the prime mover of a joint is, understand the difference between prime mover, agonist, synergyst and stabilizer.  9. know the criteria for naming muscles.  8. Know the names for the shapes of muscles

Review for Laboratory Exam:

1. Be able to name the visible muscles on the cadaver. 



Weekly Files

Chapter 10   
   Lecture Notes
   Powerpoint Presentation

Chapter 11
   Lecture Notes
   Powerpoint Presentation
   Alt Muscle ppt

    Muslces Outline Lecture

Cat Muscle Website

Origins and Insertions of all muscles

Excellent Muscle Lesson

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