LIST OF NAMES OF MUSCLES ON PNA, JNA, BNA

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The LIST of NAMES of MUSCLES ON PNA, JNA, BNA, TERMS WHICH were INCLUDED INTO the PNA LISTS which are PERIODICALLY REVISED ON the INTERNATIONAL CONGRESSES of ANATOMISTS, AND ALSO the OUTDATED NAMES which are FOUND IN LITERATURE (in certain cases due to the lack data on blood supply, an innervation and function are not provided in literature of reliable scientific data in the list)

The list is addition and article MUSCLES

1. Abdominis intimus, the most internal muscle of a stomach, see Transversus abdominis.

2. Abducens, an abductor, see Rectus lateralis.

3. Abductor carpi, the muscle which is taking away a wrist see Abductor pollicis longus.

4. Abductor caudae anterior, the front muscle which is taking away a tail see Coccygeus.

5. Abductor coccygis (ventralis), the muscle which is taking away a tailbone (ventral) see Coccygeus.

6. Abductor digiti minimi (manus) (PNA), s. abductor, digiti minimi brevis (manus), abductor digiti quinti (manus) (JNA, BNA), the muscle which is taking away a little finger (brushes); is located on an eminence of a little finger of a brush. Beginning: pea-shaped bone, sinew of an elbow sgibatel of a wrist, pea-shaped and hook ligament, in some cases retinaculum of sgibatel. Attachment: elbow edge of the basis of a proximal phalanx of a little finger. Blood supply: r. palmaris profundus a. ulnaris. Innervation: r. profundus n. ulnaris, Cvh_vih, Thi. Function: takes away a little finger of a brush.

7. Abductor digiti minimi (pedis) (PNA), s. abductor digiti quinti (pedis) (JNA, BNA), the muscle which is taking away a little finger (feet); is located on a sole of foot on its lateral edge. Beginning: lateral shoot of a hillock and bottom surface of a calcaneus, tuberosity of the V plusnevy bone, bottom aponeurosis. Attachment: proximal phalanx of a little finger of foot. Blood supply:. plantaris lat. Innervation: n. plantaris lat., Lv — Sn. Function: takes away and bends a little finger of foot.

8. Abductor digiti minimi brevis (manus), the short muscle which is taking away a little finger (brushes) see Abductor digiti minimi (manus).

9. Abductor digiti minimi longus (manus) (PNA), the long muscle which is taking away a little finger (brushes), in rare instances — one of heads of the muscle which is taking away a little finger; is located in the field of a brush and a forearm. Beginning: from a retinaculum of sgibatel, proksimalny a pea-shaped bone, a fascia of a forearm, a superficial sgibatel of fingers, an elbow sgibatel of a wrist, elbow or beam bones. Attachment: elbow edge of the basis of a proximal phalanx of a little finger. Blood supply: r. palmaris profundus a. ulnaris. Innervation: r. profundus n. ulnaris, Cvn_viib Thi. Function: takes away a little finger of a brush.

10. Abductor digiti quinti (manus), the muscle which is taking away the fifth finger (brushes) see Abductor digiti minimi (manus).

11. Abductor digiti quinti (pedis), the muscle which is taking away the fifth finger (feet) see Abductor digiti minimi (pedis).

12. Abductor externus pollicis, an outside abductor of a thumb of a brush, see Abductor pollicis brevis.)

13. Abductor hallucis (PNA, JNA, BNA), the muscle which is taking away a thumb of foot; is located on a sole of foot at its medial edge. Beginning: medial shoot of a hillock of a calcaneus, tuberosity of a navicular, retinaculum of sinews-sgibateley and bottom aponeurosis. Attachment: proximal phalanx of a thumb, medial sesamoid stone and capsule of a metatarsophalangeal joint. Blood supply: areus plantaris, dd. metatarseae plantares. Innervation: n. plantaris med., Lv, Si. Function: bends and takes away a thumb of foot, strengthens a medial part of its arch.

14. Abductor indicis, the muscle which is taking away an index finger see Extensor indicis.

15. Abductor internus pollicis, an internal abductor of a thumb of a brush, see Abductor pollicis brevis.

16. Abductor pollicis bicornis, the two-horned muscle which is taking away a thumb of a brush see Abductor pollicis longus.

17. Abductor pollicis brevis (PNA, JNA, BNA), s. abductor internus pollicis, abductor externus pollicis, the short muscle which is taking away a thumb of a brush; is located superficially on an eminence of a thumb of a brush. Beginning: retinaculum of sgibatel and hillock of a navicular. Attachment: basis of a proximal phalanx of a thumb. Blood supply:. radialis, ramus palmaris superficialis. Innervation: n. medianus, Cvi_vii-Function: takes away a thumb of a brush.

18.Abductor pollicis internus, the internal muscle which is taking away a thumb of a brush see Abductor pollicis longus.

19. Abductor pollicis longus (PNA, JNA, BNA), s. abductor carpi, abductor pollicis bicornis, abductor pollicis internus, abductor pollicis major, extensor ossis metacarpi pollicis, the long muscle which is taking away a thumb of a brush; is located in back area of a forearm. Beginning: back surface of beam and elbow bones, interosseous membrane of a forearm. Attachment: basis of the I metacarpal bone. Blood supply:. interossea post, et ant. Innervation: r. profundus n. radialis, CVi_viii-Function: takes away a thumb and all brush.

20. Abductor pollicis major, the big muscle which is taking away a thumb of a brush see Abductor pollicis longus.

21. Accelerator urinae, the muscle accelerating the expiration of urine see Bulbospongiosus.

22. Accessorii buccinatoris, additional buccal muscles, see Incisivi labii inferioris et superioris.

23. Accessorii orbicularis, additional circular muscles, see Incisivi labii inferioris et superioris.

24. Adductor brevis (PNA, JNA, BNA), s. adductor femoris brevis, adductor parvus, adductor parvus femoris, adductor profundus, caput profundum m. tricipitis, subpu-biofemoralis, short adductor; is located in front area of a hip behind edge and long bringing muscles. Beginning: front surface of a pubic bone. Attachment: medial bay of the rough line of a femur. Blood supply:. obturatoria, dd. perforantes. Innervation: r. anterior n. obturatoria Ln_iV. Function: gives a hip, bends and rotates its knaruzh.

25. Adductor digiti minimi, the muscle giving a little finger see Opponens digiti minimi.

26. Adductor digiti quinti fibularis, the fibular muscle giving the fifth finger see Peroneus tertius.

27. Adductor digiti quinti longus, the long muscle giving the fifth finger see Peroneus tertius.

28. Adductor femoris brevis, the short muscle giving a hip see Adductor brevis.

29. Adductor femoris minimus, the small muscle giving a hip see Adductor minimus.

30. Adductor gracilis, a thin adductor, see Gracilis.

31. Adductor hallucis (PNA, JNA, BNA), s. transversalis pedis, transversalis plantae (angle head), interosseus ad indicem pertingens (a slanting head), the muscle giving a thumb of foot; is located on a sole of foot. Beginning: angle head — the II—V capsule of metatarsophalangeal joints and a deep cross plusnevy ligament, a slanting head — cubical and lateral wedge-shaped bones, bottom pyatochnokubovidny and long bottom sheaves, the bases of the II—V plusnevy bones. Attachment: proximal phalanx of a thumb and lateral sesamoid. Blood supply: areus plantaris. arcuata, rr. perforantes aa. metatarseae. Innervation: r. profundus n. plantaris lat., Si_h. F unktion: strengthens the arch of foot, gives a thumb, bends it in the bottom direction.

32. Adductor longus (PNA, JNA, BNA) s. adductor magnus femoris, adductor pectinealis, adductor secundus femoris, adductor superficialis (femoris), pubiofe-moralis, long adductor; is located in front area of a hip. Beginning: pubic bone and cartilage of a pubic symphysis. Attachment: average third of a medial bay of the rough line of a femur. Blood supply. profunda femoris. pudenda ext. obturatoria. Innervation: r. anterior n. obturatoria Function: gives a hip.

33. Adductor magnus (PNA, JNA, BNA), s. adductor profundus magnus femoris, caput tertium tricipitis, custos ischiofemoralis, custos virginum, ishiofe-moralis, big adductor; is located in front area of a hip. Beginning: sciatic hillock, lower branches of pubic and sciatic bones. Attachment: medial bay of the rough line and medial epicondyle of a femur. Blood supply:. obturatoria, dd. perforantes from a. profunda femoris. Innervation: r. posterior n. obturatoria n. ischiadicus, Liii_v. Function: gives a hip, participates in its bending.

34. Adductor magnus femoris, a big adductor of a hip, see Adductor longus.

35. Adductor minimus (BNA), s. adductor femoris minimus, adductor quadratus, adductor tertius femoris, small adductor; is located in front area of a hip, in some cases can merge with adductor magnus. Beginning: lower branch of an ischium and sciatic and pubic synostosis. Attachment: proximal third of the rough line of a femur. Blood supply:. obturatoria. Innervation: r. anterior n. obturatoria Lh_iv. Function: brings, bends a hip, rotates its knaruzh.

36. Adductor ossis metacarpi quinti manus, the muscle giving the fifth metacarpal bone of a brush see Opponens digiti minimi (manus).

37. Adductor parvus, a small adductor, see Adductor brevis.

38. Adductor parvus femoris, a small adductor of a hip, see Adductor brevis.

39. Adductor pectinealis, an edge adductor, see Adductor longus.

40. Adductor pollicis (PNA, JNA, BNA), s. mesothenar, the muscle giving a thumb of a brush; is located on a palm. Beginning: a slanting head — the basis of the II—III metacarpal bones, a capitate bone, a beam ligament of a wrist, an angle head — heads of the II—III metacarpal bones and the palmar surface of the III metacarpal bone. Attachment: basis of a proximal phalanx of a thumb, medial sesamoid stone of the I metacarpophalangeal joint. Krovosnabzhe-n and e: areus palmaris superficialis et profundus. Innervation: r. profundus n. ulnaris, Cviii and Thb Function: brings and partly opposes a thumb of a brush.

41. Adductor profundus, a deep adductor, see Adductor brevis.

42. Adductor profundus magnus femoris, a big deep adductor of a hip, see Adductor magnus.

43. Adductor quadratus, a square adductor, see Adductor minimus.

44. Adductor secundus femoris, the second adductor of a hip, see Adductor longus.

45. Adductor superficialis, a superficial adductor, see Pectineus.

46. Adductor superficialis (femoris), a superficial adductor (hips), see Adductor longus.

47. Adductor tertius femoris, the third adductor of a hip, see Adductor femoris.

48. Adductores anguli oris, muscles giving a corner of a mouth see Incisivi labii superioris et inferioris.

49. Alaris internus, an internal alate muscle, see Pterygoideus medialis.

50. Amatorius, a muscle of «love», see Rectus medialis (oculi).

51. Anconaeus, an elbow muscle, see Anconeus.

52. Anconaeus minimus, the smallest elbow muscle, see Epitroehleoanconaeus.

53. Anconaeus parvus, a small elbow muscle, see Anconeus, Epitrochleoanco-naeus.

54. Anconaeus posterior, a back elbow muscle, see Anconeus.

55. Anconaeus quartus, the fourth elbow muscle, see Anconeus.

56. Anconaeus sextus, the sixth elbow muscle, see Epitrochleoanconaeus.

Muscles of a neck, back and partially belts of top and bottom extremities: 1 — a semi-awned muscle of the head; 2 — a belt muscle of the head; 3 — a belt muscle of a neck; 4 — the muscle raising a shovel; 5 — a small rhomboid muscle; 6 — a supraspinal muscle; 7 — the podostny muscle (is partially removed); 8 — a small round muscle; 9 — a big round muscle; 10 — a big rhomboid muscle; 11 — the broadest muscle of a back; 12 — the muscle straightening a trunk; 13 — an outside oblique muscle of a stomach; 14 — an average gluteus; 15 — a pear-shaped muscle; 16 — an upper twin muscle; 17 — an internal locking muscle; 18 — the lower twin muscle; 19, 20 — the big gluteus (is cut and turned away); 21 — an outside oblique muscle of a stomach; 22 — the lower back gear muscle; 23 — a front gear muscle; 24 — a big round muscle; 25 — the long head of a tricipital muscle of a shoulder (is cut off); 26 — a small round muscle; 27 — a podostny muscle; 28 — the muscle raising a shovel; 29 — a belt muscle of the head.

57. Anconaeus trochlearis, a block elbow muscle, see Epitrochleoanconaeus.

58. Anconeus (PNA), s. anconaeus (JNA, BNA), anconaeus parvus, anconaeus posterior, anconaeus quartus, brachialis posterior, epicondylocubitalis, elbow muscle; is located in back area of an elbow and forearm. Beginning: lateral epicondyle of a humeral bone, beam collateral ligament. Attachment: rear edge of an ulna, its proximal quarter. Blood supply: a. interossea recurrens from a. interossea post. Innervation: n. radialis, Sup-viii-Function: unbends a forearm and delays the capsule of an elbow joint.

59. Angularis oris inferior, the lower muscle of a corner of a mouth, see Depressor anguli oris.

60. Aniscalptor, a muscle «scratching an anus», see Latissimus dorsi.

61. Anitersor, a muscle, «rubbing an anus», see Latissimus dorsi.

62. Antitragicus (PNA, JNA, BNA), protivokozelkovy muscle; is located on an outer surface of an auricle. Beginning: antigoat of an auricle. Attachment: mezhkozelkovy cutting. Innervation: n. facialis. Function: pulls an antigoat.

63. Aponeuroticus, a tendinous muscle, see Tensor fasciae latae.

64. Arcuum transversales, cross muscles of arches, see Rotatores.

65. Arrectores pili, muscles Raising hair see Arrectores pilorum.

66. Arrectores pilorum (PNA, JNA, BNA), s. arrectores pili, expressores sebi, muscles raising hair; are located in a papillary layer of skin, are connected with hair bulbs. Function: raise hair.

67. Articularis genu, a joint muscle of a knee, see Articularis genus.

68. Articularis genus (PNA, JNA), s. articularis genu (BNA), subcruralis externus et internus, joint muscle of a knee; is located in front area of a hip. Beginning: front surface of a hip. Attachment: capsule of a knee joint. Blood supply:. circumflexa femoris lat. Innervation: n. femoralis. Function: delays the capsule of a knee joint up, preventing its infringement between a femur and a patella.

69. Arycorniculatus, a cherpalorozhkovidny muscle, see Arytenoideus obliquus.

70. Aryepiglotticus (PNA, JNA, BNA), s. depressor epiglottidis, epiglottideoary-taenoideus, cherpalonadgortanny muscle; is located in a throat, is continuation of arytenoideus obliquus to edge of an epiglottis. Blood supply:. laryngea sup. Innervation: n. 1a-ryngeus inf. Function: delays an epiglottis down, narrows an entrance to a throat.

71. Arytaenoepiglotticus inferior, the lower cherpalonadgortanny muscle, see Vent-ricularis.

72. Arytaenoideocorniculatus, scooped - a visible and corniculatus muscle, see Arytenoideus obliquus.

73. Arytaenoideus obliquus, an oblique arytenoid muscle, see Arytenoideus obliquus.

74. Arytaenoideus transversus, a cross arytenoid muscle, see Arytenoideus transversus.

75. Arytenoideus obliquus (PNA), s. arycorniculatus, arytaenoideus obliquus (BNA), arytaenoideocorniculatus, intera-rytaenoideus obliquus, pars obliqua m. ary-taenoidei (JNA), oblique arytenoid muscle; is located on a back surface of arytenoid cartilages of a throat. Beginning: muscular shoot of an arytenoid cartilage. Attachment: top of an arytenoid cartilage of the opposite side. Blood supply:. laryngea sup. Innervation: n. 1a-ryngeus inf. Function: narrows an entrance to a throat and a vestibule of the larynx.

76. Arytenoideus transversus (PNA), s. arytaenoideus transversus (BNA), inte-rarytaenoideus proprius, pars transversa m. arytaenoidei (JNA), cross arytenoid muscle (unpaired); is located between back surfaces and muscular shoots of both arytenoid cartilages. Blood supply:. laryngea sup. Innervatsiya:p. laryngeus inf. Function: narrows the tail of a glottis.

77. Aryvocalis, a cherpalogolosovy muscle, see Vocalis.

78. Attentionis, a muscle of «attention», see Auricularis superior.

79. Attollens auriculae, the muscle raising an auricle see Auricularis superior.

80. Attollens humeri, the muscle raising a shoulder see Deltoideus.

81. Attollens oculi, the muscle raising an eye see Rectus superior (oculi).

82. Attrahens auricullae, the muscle attracting an auricle see Auricularis anterior.

83. Auricularis anterior (PNA, BNA), s. attrahens auriculae, auricularis anticus, epicranius superficialis, protrahens auriculae, novus conchae proprius, temporalis superficialis, front ear muscle (rudimentary); is located ahead of an auricle slightly above a zygoma. Beginning: tendinous helmet and superficial plate of a temporal fascia. Pr and fastening: auricle. Blood supply:. temporalis superficialis. Innervation: r. temporalis n. facialis. Function: pulls an auricle forward.

84. Auricularis anticus, a front ear muscle, see Auricularis anterior.

85. Auricularis nuchalis, a nuchal ear muscle, see Auricularis posterior.

86. Auricularis posterior (PNA, BNA), s. auricularis nuchalis (JNA), auricularis posticus, epicranius auricularis posterior, retrahens auriculae; back ear muscle (rudimentary); is located behind an auricle. Beginning: mastoid temporal and upper nuchal line of an occipital bone. It is attached and e: auricle. Blood supply:. auricularis post. Innervation: n. auricularis post, from n. facialis. Function: pulls an auricle of a kzada.

87. Auricularis posticus, a back ear muscle, see Auricularis posterior.

88. Auricularis superior (PNA, BNA), s. attentionis, attollens auriculae, epicranius auricularis superior, pars parietalis m. epi-eranii temporoparietalis (JNA), an upper ear muscle, a thin coat of the muscle bundles which are located on a tendinous helmet. Beginning: tendinous helmet and superficial plate of a temporal fascia. It is attached and e: auricle. Blood supply:. temporalis superficialis. auricularis post. occipitalis. And N of N of an ervatsa I: r. temporalis et n. auricularis post, from n. facialis.

89. Azygos uvulae, an unpaired muscle of a uvula, see Uvulae.

90. Biceps brachii (PNA, JNA, BNA), s. flexor antibrachii radialis, flexor biceps internus, quadrigeminus brachii, two-headed myshna of a shoulder; is located in front area of a shoulder. Beginning: a long head — an epiarticular hillock of a shovel, a short head — a top of a coracoid of a shovel. Attachment: a uniform sinew to tuberosity of a beam bone and a fascia of a forearm. Blood supply:. axillaris. brachialis. Innervation: n. musculocu-taneus, Cv_vi. Function: bends a hand and an elbow joint, supinates a forearm in a shoulder joint, bends and gives a hand.

91. Biceps cruris, a biceps of a shin, see Biceps femoris.

Superficial and deep muscles of a back and partially head: 1 — a semi-awned muscle of the head; 2 — a belt muscle of the head; 3 — an upper back gear muscle; 4 — a belt muscle of a neck; 5 — an iliocostal muscle of a breast; 6 — the longest muscle of a breast; 7 — an awned muscle of a breast; 8 — the broadest muscle of a back; 9, 10 — an outside oblique muscle of a stomach; 11 — an internal oblique muscle of a stomach; 12 — the lower back gear muscle; 13 — outside intercostal muscles.
Deep muscles of a back and partially head (1): 1 — a semi-awned muscle of the head; 2 — the longest muscle of the head; 3 — an iliocostal muscle of a breast; 4 — an awned muscle of a breast; 5 — the longest muscle of a breast; 6 — an internal oblique muscle of a stomach; 7 — the iliocostal muscle of a waist (is delayed); 8 — outside intercostal muscles; 9 — iliocostal muscles of a breast (are delayed); 10 — iliocostal muscles of a neck (are delayed); 11 — a semi-awned muscle of a neck; 12 — the lower oblique muscle of the head; 13 — a big back direct muscle of the head; 14 — an upper oblique muscle of the head; 15 — a small back direct muscle of the head.
Deep muscles of a back and partially head (2): 1 — a semi-awned muscle of the head; 2 — a small back direct muscle of the head; z — an upper oblique muscle of the head; 4 — a big back direct muscle of the head; 5 — the lower oblique muscle of the head; 6 — the semi-awned muscle of the head (is cut off and turned away); 7 — a semi-awned muscle of a neck; 8 — a semi-awned muscle of a breast; 9 — the muscles raising edges; 10 — intercross muscles; 11 — a cross muscle of a stomach; 12 — a multiseparate muscle; 13 — the iliocostal muscle (is cut off); 14 — the longest muscle of a breast (is turned away); 15 — outside intercostal muscles; 16 — the longest muscle of a neck; 17 — interspinal muscles; 18 — the longest muscle of the head.

92. Biceps femoris (PNA, JNA, BNA), s. biceps cruris, flexor cruris externus, flexor cruris fibularis, flexor cruris tibialis, biceps of a hip; is located in back area of a hip. Beginning: a long head — a sciatic hillock, a short head — the lateral bay of the rough line of a femur. Attachment: head of a fibular bone, ectocondyle of a tibial bone and fascia of a shin. Blood supply:. circumflexa femoris med., dd. perforantes from a. profunda femoris, a. poplitea. Innervation: a long head — n. tibialis, Si_n, a short head — n. peroneus communis, LIV_v, Sr. F y h to c and I: a short head — bends a leg in a knee joint and at the bent knee rotates a shin of a knaruzha, a long head — rotates a hip of a knaruzha, bends a leg in a hip joint back and strengthens it during the standing.

93. Biceps surae, a biceps of a shin, see Gastrocnemius.

94. Bicipites manus, biceps of a brush, see Interossei dorsales (manus).

95. Bicipites pedis, biceps of foot, see Interossei dorsales (pedis).

96. Biventer cervicis et complexus major, a biventral muscle of a neck and the big bound muscle, see Semispinalis capitis.

97. Biventer mandibulae,» a biventral muscle of a mandible, see Digastricus.

98. Biventer ossis hyoidei, a biventral muscle of a hypoglossal bone, see Digastricus.

99. Brachialis (PNA, JNA, BNA), s. brachialis anterior, brachialis internus, flexor antibrachii ulnaris, flexor cubitalis internus, humeral muscle; is located in front area of a shoulder. Beginning: a front surface of a humeral bone from deltoid tuberosity to the capsule of an elbow joint, medial and lateral intermuscular partitions. Attachment: tuberosity of an ulna. Blood supply: dd. collatera ls ulnares sup. et inf. recurrens radialis. II h h e p in and c and I: n. musculocutaneus, Cv_vi-Function: bends a forearm in an elbow joint, supinating it a little, and delays the capsule of an elbow joint.

100. Brachialis anterior, a front humeral muscle, see Brachialis,

Deep muscles of a back and partially head (3): 1 — a small back direct muscle of the head; 2 — an upper oblique muscle of the head; 3 — interspinal muscles; 4, 10, 12, 15 — multiseparate muscles; 5 — the short muscles raising edges; 6 — the long muscles raising edges; 7 — inter-cross muscles; 8 — a square muscle of a waist; 9 — a cross muscle of a stomach; 11 — rotators of a waist; 13, 14 — rotators of a breast; 16 — a semi-awned muscle; 17 — an internal intercostal muscle; 18 — an outside intercostal muscle; 19, 20 — rotators of a neck.

101. Brachialis internus, an internal humeral muscle, see Brachialis.

102. Brachialis posterior, a back humeral muscle, see Anconeus.

103. Brachioradialis (PNA, JNA, BNA), s. brachioradialis accessorius, brachioradialis minor, mendicantium, pauperum, regulator radii, satelles a. radialis, supinator longus, supinator primus, humeroradial muscle; is located in front area of a forearm. Beginning: lateral edge of a humeral bone and lateral intermuscular partition. Attachment: lateral surface of a beam bone proksimalny awl-shaped shoot. Blood supply: dd. collaterales from a. profunda brachii, a. radialis. And N-N of e r in and c and I: n. radialis, Cv_vi. Function: bends a forearm in an elbow joint, establishes a beam bone in situation, an average between pronation and supination.

104. Brachioradialis accessorius, an additional humeroradial muscle, see Brachioradialis.

105. Brachioradialis minor, a small humeroradial muscle, see Brachioradialis.

106. Bronchoesophageus (PNA), s. bronchooesophageus (BNA), bronchooesophagicus (JNA), bronchoesophageal muscle. H achalo: back wall of the left primary bronchus. Attachment: it is interwoven into a longitudinal muscular layer of a wall of a gullet.

107. Bronchooesophageus, a bronchoesophageal muscle, see Bronchoesophageus.

108. Bronchooesophagicus, a bronchoesophageal muscle, see Bronchoesophageus.

109. Brueckei, Bryukke's muscle, see Ciliaris *

110. Buccae, a muscle of a cheek, see Buccinator *

111. Buccinator (PNA, BNA), s. buccae, buccinatorius (JNA), contrahens communis buccarum labiorumque, buccal muscle; is located in buccal area of the person. Beginning: alveolar shoot of an upper jaw, buccal crest and alveolar part of a mandible, krylonizhnechelyustny seam. Attachment: skin and a mucous membrane of a corner of a mouth, passes into a circular muscle of a mouth. Blood supply: dd. labiales sup. et inf. transversa faciei, dd. buccales. alveolaris sup. post. mentalis. infraorbitalis. Innervation: rr. buccales n. facialis. Function: delays corners of a mouth in the parties, presses cheeks to teeth, squeezes cheeks, protects a mucous membrane of an oral cavity from biting during the chewing.

112. Buccinatorius, a buccal muscle, see Buccinator.

113. Buccopharyngeus, a buccal and pharyngeal muscle, see Constrictor pharyngis superior.

114. Bulbocavernosus, a bulbous and cavernous muscle, see Bulbospongiosus.

115. Bulbospongiosus (PNA), s. accele rator urinae, bulbocavernosus (JNA, BNA), bulbourethralis, compressor bulbi (muliebris), compressor bulbi urethrae, constrictor cunni, ejaculatorius seminis, levator penis, pubocavernosus, sphincter vaginae (muliebris), bulbous and spongy muscle (unpaired); is located in a crotch. Beginning: the tendinous center of a crotch, an outside sphincter of an anus, men - have a lower surface of a bulb of a penis. Attachment: men have also a bulb of a penis, women have a lower surface of a clitoris, a dorsum of a bulb of a threshold, a mucous membrane of an entrance of the vagina. Blood supply:. pudenda int. Innervation: n. pudendus. Function: squeezes an urethra at men and an entrance of the vagina at women.

116. Bulbourethralis, a bulbous and urethral muscle, see Bulbospongiosus.

117. Bursalis, a sumochny muscle, see Obturatorius internus.

118. Caninus, a «dog» muscle, see Levator anguli oris.

119. Caput angulare m. quadrati labii superioris, an angle-head of a square muscle of an upper lip, see Levator labii superioris alaeque nasi.

120. Caput infraorbitale m. quadrati labii superioris, an infraorbital head of a square muscle of an upper lip, see Levator labii superioris.

121. Caput plantare (quadratum) m. f lexoris digitorum pedis longi, a bottom (square) head of a long sgibatel of fingers of foot, see Quadratus plantae.

122. Caput profundum m. tricipitis, a deep head of a tricipital muscle, see Adductor brevis.

123. Caput tertium tricipitis, the third head of a tricipital muscle, see Adductor magnus.

124. Caput zygomaticus m. quadrati labii superioris, malar head of a square muscle of an upper lip, see Zygomaticus minor.

125. Carpicus, a carpal muscle, see Palmaris brevis.

126. Cephaiopharyngeus, a head and pharyngeal muscle, see Constrictor pharyngis superior.

127. Cephalopharyngicus, a head and pharyngeal muscle, see Constrictor pharyngis superior.

Muscles of the head and partially neck: 1 — an occipitofrontal muscle (a frontal abdomen); 2 — the muscle wrinkling an eyebrow; 3 — a circular muscle of an eye; 4 — a muscle of arrogant men; 5 — a small malar muscle; the muscle raising an upper lip (are partially removed); 6 — a nasal muscle (cross and kryl-ny speak rapidly); 7 — the muscle lowering a partition of a nose; 8 — the muscle lifting a corner of a mouth;.9 — circular muscle of a mouth; 10 — the muscle lowering a corner of a mouth (is partially removed); 11 — a mental muscle; 12 — the muscle lowering an under lip; 13 — grudino - a clavicular and mastoidal muscle; 14 — a trapezoid muscle; 15 — a masseter; 16 — a buccal muscle; 17 — the big malar muscle (is cut off); 18 — an occipitofrontal muscle (an occipital abdomen); 19 — a temporal muscle.

128. Ceratocricoideus (PNA,JNA, BNA), s.cricocorniculatus, cricothyroideus posticus, keratocricoideus, rozhkovo-cricoid muscle; is located on a back surface of cartilages of a throat. Beginning: plate of a cricoid and back perstnecherpalovidny muscle. Attachment: lower horn of a thyroid cartilage. Blood supply:. laryngea inf. Innervation: n. laryngeus inf. Function: pulls a thyroid cartilage back and up.

129. Ceratopharyngeus, a rozhkovo-pharyngeal muscle, see Constrictor pharyngis medius.

130. Cervicalis descendens et ascendens which is descending and the ascending cervical muscle, see Iliocostalis cervicis.

131. Cbondropharyngeus, a hryashcheglotochny muscle, see Constrictor pharyngis medius.

132. Chondroglossus (PNA, BNA), hryashcheyazychny muscle, part of hyoglossus; is located on a neck above a hypoglossal bone. Beginning: small horn of a hypoglossal bone. Attachment: root of language. Innervation: n. hvpoglossus.

133. Ciliaris (PNA, JNA, BNA), s. Brueckei, tensor chorioideae (for meridi-alny and radial groups of muscle fibers), compressor lentis, m. Mulieri (for circular group of muscle fibers), a ciliary muscle; is located in the thickness of a ciliary body of a choroid of an eyeglobe and consists of meridi-alny, radial and circular groups of smooth muscle fibers. Shelter of au supply: dd. ciliares post, longae et aa. ciliares ant. Innervation: n. oculomotorius through ganglion ciliare — nn. ciliares (parasympathetic fibers). Function: carries out accommodation of an eye.

134. Circumflexus palati, the bending-around muscle of the sky, see Tensor veli palatini.

135. Cleidobyoideus, a clavicular and hypoglossal muscle, see Sternohyoideus.

Muscles of the sky and language: 1 — a buccal muscle; 2 — a palatopharyngeal muscle; 3 — a palatoglossal muscle; 4 — a muscle of a uvula; 5 — a shiloyazychny muscle; 6 — an upper longitudinal muscle of language; 7 — a vertical muscle of language; 8 — a cross muscle of language; 9 — the lower longitudinal muscle; 10 — a palatoglossal muscle; 11 — the muscle lifting a palatine velum.

136. Coccygeus (PNA, BNA), s. abductor caudae anterior, abductor coccygis (ventralis), coccygicus (JNA), ileococcyge-us, ischiocaudalis, ischiococcygeus, levator coccygis, spinocaudalis, triangularis coccygis, coccygeal muscle; is located in a posterolateral part of a bottom of a small pelvis. Beginning: ischium and pelvic surface of a sacral and awned ligament. Attachment: side edges IV, V sacral vertebrae and tailbone, sacral and awned sheaf. To r about in about with and and bzh e of N and e:. glutea inf. rectalis inf. sacralis lat. Innervation: plexus pudendus, Sn_v-Function: strengthens a pelvic bottom, forming back department of a diaphragm of a basin.

137. Coccygicus, a coccygeal muscle, see Coccygeus.

138. Complexus, the bound muscle, see Semispinalis capitis.

139. Complexus minor, the small bound muscle, see Longissimus capitis.

140. Compressor bulbi (muliebris), a szhimatel of a bulb (women's), see Bulbospongiosus.

141. Compressor bulbi urethrae, a szhimatel of a bulb of an urethra, see Bulbospongiosus.

142. Compressor lentis, a szhimatel of a crystalline lens, see Ciliaris.

143. Compressor naris, a szhimatel of a nostril, see Nasalis.

144. Compressor sacculi laryngis, a szhimatel of a sack of a throat, see Ventricula-ris.

145. Compressor tubae Eustachii, a szhimatel of an Eustachian tube, see Levator veli palatini.

146. Conscripens, a muscle of «recording», see Mentalis.

147. Constrictor cunni, a constrictor of a clitoris, see Bulbospongiosus.

148. Constrictor isthmi palati, a constrictor of an isthmus of the sky, see Palatoglossus.

149. Constrictor isthmi pharyngonasa-lis, a constrictor of a pharyngonasal isthmus, see Palatopharyngeus.

150. Constrictor isthmi Urethralis, a constrictor of an urethral isthmus, see Sphincter urethrae.

151. Constrictor labiorum, a constrictor of lips, see Orbicularis oris.

152. Constrictor pharyngis inferior (PNA, BNA), s. laryngopharyngeus, la-ryngopharyngicus (JNA), lower constrictor of a throat; is located on a posterolateral wall of a throat. Beginning: a) pars thyropharyngea (PNA), s. pars thyreopha-ryngica (JNA), s. m. thyreopharyngeus (BNA) — the slanting line of a thyroid cartilage of a throat; b) pars cricopharyngea (PNA), s. pars cricopharyngica (JNA), s. m. cricopharyngeus (BNA) — a cricoid of a throat. Attachment: seam of a back wall of a throat. Blood supply:. pharyngea ascendens. Innervation: rr. pharyngei n. vagi. Function: narrows a lower part of a throat.

153. Constrictor pharyngis medius (PNA, BNA), s. hyopharyngeus, hyopha-ryngicus (JNA), average constrictor of a throat; is located on a posterolateral wall of a throat. Beginning: a) pars chondropharyn-gea (PNA), s. chondropharyngica (JNA), s.m. chondropharyngeus (BNA) — a small horn of a hypoglossal bone and a shilopodjyazychny ligament; b) pars ceratopharyngea (PNA), s. ceratopharyngica (JNA), s. m. hyoceratopha-ryngeus, eeratopharyngeus (BNA) — a big horn of a hypoglossal bone. Attachment: seam of a back wall of a throat. Blood supply:. pharyngea ascendens. Innervation: rr. pharyngei n. vagi. Function: narrows average department of a throat.

154. Constrictor pharyngis superior (PNA, BNA), s. buccopharyngeus, cepha-lopharyngeus, cephalopharyngicus (JNA), gnathopharyngeus, upper constrictor of a throat; is located on a posterolateral wall of a throat. Beginning: a) pars ptery-gopharyngea (PNA), s. pars pterygopharyn-gica (JNA), s. m. pterygopharyngeus (BNA) — a medial plate and a hook of an alate shoot of a wedge-shaped bone; b) pars buccopharyngea (PNA), s. pars buccopharyngica (JNA), s. m. buccopharyngeus (BNA) — a buccal and pharyngeal fascia and krylonizhnechelyustny a seam; c) pars mylopharyngea (PNA), s. pars mylopharyngica (JNA), s. m. mylopha-ryngeus (BNA) — the maxillary and hypoglossal line of a mandible; d) pars glosso-pharyngea (PNA), s. pars glossopharyn-gica (JNA), s. m. glossopharyngeus (BNA) — a cross muscle of language. Attachment: a seam of a back wall of a throat, for upper fibers — a pharyngeal hillock of a body of an occipital bone. Blood supply:. pharyngea ascendens. Inner

вация:^ vagus. Function: narrows an upper part of a throat.

155. Constrictor penis, a constrictor of a penis, see Ischiocavernosus.

15 6. Constrictor prolabiorum, a constrictor of lips, see Orbicularis oris.

157. Constrictor pudendi (muliebris), a constrictor of sexual area (women's), see Bulbospongiosus.

158. Constrictor urethrae, a constrictor of an urethra, see Sphincter urethrae.

159. Constrictor urethrae membranaceae, a constrictor of a webby urethra, see Sphincter urethrae, Transversus perinei profundus.

160. Constringens, a compressor, see Orbicularis oris.

161. Contractores chordae valvae, muscles reducing chords of the valve see Ra-pillares.

162. Contrahens communis buccarum labiorumque, the general muscle which is pulling together cheeks and lips see Buccinator.

163. Coracobrachialis (PNA, JNA, BNA), s. coracoideus, levator humeri internus perforatus, coronoid and humeral muscle; is located in front area of a shoulder. Beginning: top of a coracoid of a shovel. Attachment: medial surface of a humeral bone distalny crest of a small hillock, medial intermuscular partition. Blood supply: dd. circumflexae humeri ant. et post. Innervation: n. musculocutaneus, Cv_vii. Function: bends and gives a shoulder in a shoulder joint.

164. Coracohyoideus, a coronoid and hypoglossal muscle, see Omohyoideus.

165. Coracoideus, a coronoid muscle, see Coracobrachialis.

166. Coracopectoralis, a klyuvovidnogrudny muscle, see Pectoralis minor.

167. Corrugator Koyteri, the wrinkled Koyter's muscle, see Corrugator supercilii.

168. Corrugator glabellae, the muscle wrinkling a glabella see Corrugator supercilii.

169. Corrugator menti, the muscle wrinkling a chin see Mentalis.

170. Corrugator posticus, the back wrinkling muscle, see Transversus nuchae.

Muscles of area of a mouth: 1 — a nasal muscle; 2 — an incisal muscle of an upper lip (BNA); 3 — a muscle of laughter; 4 — a buccal muscle; 5 — an incisal muscle of an under lip (BNA); 6 — the muscle lowering an under lip; 7 — the muscle lowering a corner of a mouth; 8 — a cross muscle of a chin; 9 — a mental muscle; 10 — a hypodermic muscle of a neck; 11 — a big malar muscle; 12 — the muscle lifting a corner of a mouth; 13 — a small malar muscle; the muscle raising an upper lip; the muscle raising an upper lip and a wing of a nose; 14 — the muscle lowering a partition of a nose.

171. Corrugator supercilii (PNA), s. corrugator Koyteri, corrugator glabellae (JNA), frontalis verus, the muscle wrinkling an eyebrow: is located on a face. Beginning: nasal part of a frontal bone. Attachment: face skin in eyebrows. Blood supply: a. angularis, r. frontalis a. temporalis superficialis, a. supraorbitalis from a. ophthalmica. And N-nervation: r. temporalis n. facialis. Function: shifts eyebrows, forming

between them longitudinal folds of skin.

172. Costalis dorsi, a costal muscle of a back, see Iliocostalis thoracis.

173. Costohyoideus, a costal and hypoglossal muscle, see Omohyoideus.

174. Cremaster (PNA, JNA, BNA),

s. cremaster externus, suspensorium testis, suspensorius, tunica carnea cremasterica, tunica carnea erythroides, tunica carnea testis, virilis testis, the muscle lifting a small egg; is located on the course of a seed cord. Beginning: from internal slanting, cross muscles and a front wall of a vagina of a direct muscle of a stomach, an inguinal sheaf. Attachment: around

a small egg. Blood supply:

. cre masterica, dd. pudendae ext. Innervation: r. genitalis n. genitofemoralis, Li_h. Function: lifts a small egg.

175. Cremaster externus, the outside muscle lifting a small egg see Cremaster.

176. Cricoarytaenoideus dorsalis, a dorsal perstnecherpalovidny muscle, see, Cricoarytenoideus posterior.

177. Cricoarytaenoideus lateralis, a lateral perstnecherpalovidny muscle, see Cricoarytenoideus lateralis.

178. Cricoarytaenoideus posterior, a back perstnecherpalovidny muscle, see, Cricoarytenoideus posterior.

179. Cricoarytaenoideus posticus, a back perstnecherpalovidny muscle, see Cricoarytenoideus posterior.

180. Cricoarytenoideus lateralis (PNA), s. cricoarytaenoideus lateralis (JNA, BNA), lateral perstnecherpalovidny muscle; is located on a lateral wall of a throat. Beginning: arch of a cricoid and cricothyroid sheaf. Attachment: muscular shoot of an arytenoid cartilage. Blood supply: dd. laryngeae sup. et inf. Innervation: n. laryngeus inf. Function: narrows a glottis.

Superficial muscles of a neck: 1 — a masseter; 2 — a biventral muscle; 3 — a maxillary and hypoglossal muscle; 4 — a shchitopodjyazychny muscle; 5 — the lower constrictor of a throat; 6 — a scapular and hypoglossal muscle (an upper abdomen); 7 — a grudinopodjyazychny muscle; 8 — grudino - a clavicular and mastoidal muscle; 9 — a big pectoral muscle; 10 — a deltoid muscle; 11 — a trapezoid muscle; 12 — a scapular and hypoglossal muscle (the lower abdomen); 13 — a back scalene; 14 — an average scalene; 15 — a front scalene; 16 — the muscle raising a shovel; 17 — a belt muscle of the head; 18 — pod - a lingual and lingual muscle; 19 — a shilopodyazychny muscle; 20 — an occipitofrontal muscle (an occipital abdomen).

181. Cricoarytenoideus posterior (PNA),

s. cricoarytaenoideus dorsalis (JNA), cricoarytaenoideus posterior (BNA), cricoarytaenoideus posticus, back perstnecherpalo-shaped muscle; is located on a back surface of a cricoid of a throat. Beginning: plate of a cricoid. Attachment: muscular shoot of an arytenoid cartilage. Blood supply: dd.

laryngeae sup. et inf. Innervation:



n. laryngeus inf. Function: expands a glottis.

182. Cricocorniculatus, a perstnerozhkovidny muscle, see Ceratocricoideus.

183. Cricopharyngeus, a perstneglotochny muscle, see Constrictor pharyngis inferior.

184. Cricothyreoideus, a cricothyroid muscle, see Cricothyroideus.

185. Cricothyreoideus anticus, a front cricothyroid muscle, see Cricothyroideus.

186. Cricothyreoideus posticus, a back cricothyroid muscle, see Ceratocricoideus.

187. Cricothyroideus (PNA), s. cricothyreoideus (JNA, BNA), cricothyreoideus anticus, cricothyroid muscle; is located on the perednebokovy surface of a throat. Beginning: arch of a cricoid. At to r e p l of e of N and e: plate and lower horn of a thyroid cartilage. Blood supply:. thyroidea inf. Innervation: n. laryngeus sup. Funk-ts and I: strains phonatory bands.

188. Cubitalis internus, an internal elbow muscle, see Flexor carpi ulnaris.

189. Cubitoradialis, a lokteluchevy muscle, see Pronator quadratus.

190. Cucullaris, a kapyushonopodobny muscle, see Trapezius.

191. Curvator coccygis (anterior), the muscle bending a tailbone (lobby) see Sacrococcygea ventralis.

192. Curvator coccygis (posterior), the muscle bending a tailbone (back) see Sacrococcygeus dorsalis.

193. Custos ischiofemoralis, the iliofemoral «protecting» muscle, see Adductor magnus.

194. Custos virginum, a muscle, «protecting virgins», see Adductor magnus.

195. Cutaneus manus, a skin muscle, see Palmaris brevis.

196. Deltoides, a deltoid muscle, see Deltoideus,

197. Deltoideus (PNA, BNA),

s. attol lens humeri, deltoides (JNA), elevator humeri, deltoid muscle; is located in deltoid area. Beginning: lateral third of a clavicle, akromion and awn of a shovel, sometimes podostny fascia. P r and - fastening: deltoid hillock

stost of a humeral bone. Blood supply:. circumflexa humeri post., and. thoracoacromialis. profunda brachii. Innervation: n. axillaris, Civ_vi.

F y of N to c and I: takes away a hand in a shoulder

joint to horizontal position, front bunches take away a hand forward and rotate inside a little, back bunches take away a hand to a corner 45 ° back and rotate knaruzh.

198. Dentatus posterior superior, a back upper gear muscle, see Serratus posterior superior.

199. Dentatus posticus inferior, a back lower gear muscle, see Serratus posterior inferior.

200. Depressor anguli oris (PNA), s. angularis oris inferior, depressor labiorum communis, pyramidalis menti, triangularis (JNA, BNA), triangularis inferior, triangularis labii inferioris, triangularis menti, the muscle lowering a corner of a mouth; is located on a face. Beginning: the basis of a mandible of a knaruzha from a mental hillock. Attachment: face skin in the field of a corner of a mouth. Blood supply:. labialis inf. mentalis. Innervation: rr. buccales n. facialis. Function: lowers a corner of a mouth and pulls its knaruzh.

201. Depressor apicis naris, the muscle lowering a top of a nostril see Depressor septi (nasi).

202. Depressor capitis supercilii, the muscle lowering a head of an eyebrow see Depressor supercilii.

203. Depressor caudae, a muscle, «lowering a tail», see Sacrococcygeus ventralis.

204. Depressor clitoridis, the muscle lowering a clitoris see Ischiocavernosus.,

205. Depressor epiglottidis, the muscle lowering an epiglottis see Aryepiglotti-cus.

206. Depressor glabellae, the muscle lowering a glabella see Procerus.

207. Depressor glabellae nasi, the muscle lowering a glabella of a nose see Procerus.

Deep muscles of a neck: 1 — a front direct muscle of the head; 2 — a lateral direct muscle of the head; 3 — intercross muscles; 4 — a long muscle of a neck; 5 — a back scalene; 6 — an average scalene; 7 — a front scalene; 8 — the muscle raising a shovel; 9 — a long muscle of the head.

208. Depressor labii inferioris (PNA), s. depressor labii inferioris proprius,



mento-labialis, quadratus inferior, quadratus labii inferioris (BNA), quadratus labii mandibularis (JNA), quadratus menti, the muscle lowering an under lip; is located; on a face. Beginning: basis of a mandible, hypodermic muscle of a neck., Attachment: face skin in the field of

an under lip. Blood supply:. labialis inf. submentalis. mentalis. Innervation:

r. marginalis mandi bulae n. facialis. Function: pulls an under lip down and lateralno.

209. Depressor labii inferioris proprius, own muscle lowering an under lip see Depressor labii inferioris.

210. Depressor labiorum communis, the general muscle lowering lips see Depressor anguli oris.

211. Depressor ossis hyoidei, the muscle lowering a hypoglossal bone see Ster-nohyoideus.

212. Depressor palpebrarum, the muscle lowering eyelids see Depressor supercilii.,

213. Depressor septi (nasi) (PNA, BNA),

s. depressor apicis naris, depressor septi mobilis narium, nasalis labii superioris, nasolabialis, origo nasalis m. orbicularis oris (JNA), the muscle lowering a partition of a nose; is located on a face. H and -

h and l about: alveolar eminence of an upper medial cutter and circular muscle of a mouth. Attachment: face skin in about

last of a nose and a cartilage of a partition of a nose. And N-nervation: n. facialis, function;

lowers a tip of a nose.

214. Depressor septi mobilis narium, the muscle lowering a mobile partition of nostrils see Depressor septi (nasi) „

215. Depressor superciliaris medialis, the medial superciliary lowering muscle, see Orbicularis oculi.

216. Depressor supercilii (PNA),

s. de pressor capitis supercilii (JNA), depressor palpebrarum, dilatator superior sacci lacrimalis, superciliaris medialis, the muscle lowering an eyebrow; is located on a face., Beginning: medial edge of a frontal muscle. Attachment: face skin

in the field of a ridge of the nose. Innervation: n. facialis. Function: lowers an eyebrow.

217. Depressor vesicae urinariae, the muscle lowering a bladder see 3 Pubovesicalis.

218. Depressor vesicalis, the vesical lowering muscle, see Pubovesicalis.

219. Depressores costarum proprii, muscles lowering own edges see Subcostales.

220. Deprimens, the lowering muscle, see Rectus inferior (oculi).

221. Deprimens biventer, the biventral lowering muscle, see Digastricus.

222. Diaphragma (PNA, JNA, BNA),

s. diaphragmaticus, phrenicus, septum transversum, diaphragm; is located in the field of the lower apertura thoracis, separating a chest cavity from belly. Beginning: a sternal part — mechevid

a ny shoot of a breast, a costal part — ■ an inner surface of the VII—XII edges, a lumbar part — the XII chest, the I—IV lumbar vertebrae, medial and lateral arc-shaped sheaves. Attachment: tendinous center of a diaphragm. Blood supply: and.,

pericardiacophrenica. musculophrenica. phrenica sup. et inf. Innervation: nn. phrenici, nn. intercostales. Function: changes the volume of a thorax,

performs function of the main respiratory muscle.

223. Diaphragma oris, a diaphragm of a mouth * see Mylohyoideus.

224. Diaphragma pelvis, a diaphragm of a basin, see Levator ani.

225. Diaphragmaticus, a phrenic muscle, see Diaphragma.

226. Digastricomyloideus, a dvubryushnochelyustny muscle, see Digastricus.

227. Digastricus (PNA, BNA), s. biventer mandibulae (JNA), biventer ossis hyoidei, deprimens biventer, digastricomyloideus, digastricus maxillae inferioris, digastricus ossis hyoidei, biventral muscle; is located in front area of a neck, limiting from below submandibular треугольник^ the Beginning: a front

abdomen — a biventral pole of a mandible, a back abdomen — mastoidal cutting of a temporal bone. It is attached and e: body and big horn of a hypoglossal bone. Blood supply: before

it an abdomen — a. lingualis, a. submentalis, a back abdomen — a. occipitalis, and. auricularis post. Innervation: a front abdomen — n. mylohyoideus, a back abdomen — r. digastricus n. facialis. Function: raises a hypoglossal

bone, lowers a mandible.

228. Digastricus maxillae inferioris, a biventral muscle of a mandible, see Digastricus.

229. Digastricus ossis hyoidei, a biventral muscle of a hypoglossal bone, see Digastricus.

230. Digitorum manus profundi, deep muscles of fingers of hands, see Interossei palmares.

231. Dilatator conchae auriculae, the dilator of a sink of an ear, see Incisurae helicis.

232. Dilatator naris, the dilator of a nostril, see Nasalis.

233. Dilatator pharyngis, the dilator of a throat, see Stylopharyngeus.

234. Dilatator pupillae,

(PNA, JNA, BNA), s. lamina pigmenti iridis, dilator of a pupil; is located in an iris of an eye, it is formed by radial smooth muscle fibers. Blood supply: circulus arteriosus iridis major et minor — a circular anastomosis between branches aa. ciliares ant. et post, longae. Innervation: plexus ciliaris (truncus sympathicus). Function: expands

a pupil.

235. Dilatator superior sacci lacrimalis,

the upper dilator of the lacrimal sack, see Depressor supercilii.

236. Dilatator tubae Eustachii, the dilator of an Eustachian tube, see Tensor veli palatini.

237. Dilatator vestibuli laryngis, the dilator of a vestibule of the larynx, see Thyroepi-glotticus.

238. Director penis, the muscle directing a penis see Ischiocavernosus.

239. Dorsalis maximus, a big muscle of a back, see Latissimus dorsi.

240. Dorsalis narium a dorsal muscle of nostrils, see Procerus.

241. Ejaculatorius seminis, an ejaculatory muscle, see Bulbospongiosus.

242. Elevator anguli scapulae, the muscle lifting a vane angle see Levator scapulae.

243. Elevator humeri, the muscle raising a shoulder see Deltoideus.

244. Elevator labii inferioris proprius, own muscle lifting an under lip see Mentalis.

245. Elevator labiorum communis, the general muscle raising lips see Levator anguli oris.

246. Epicondylocubitalis, a nadmyshchel-kovo-elbow muscle, see Anconeus.

247. Epicranii, a nadcherepny muscle, see Epicranius.

248. Epicranius (PNA, BNA),

s. epic ranii (JNA), occipitofrontalis (PNA), nadcherepny muscle; is located in the field of a calvaria. Beginning: zata

of a lochny abdomen [venter occipitalis (PNA), a synonym of m. occipitalis (JNA, BNA)] — the upper nuchal line, a frontal abdomen [venter frontalis (PNA), a synonym of m. frontalis (JNA, BNA)] — face skin in eyebrows, a temporoparietal muscle (m. tem-poroparietalis) — an auricle. At-to replen and e: it is interwoven into

chilly vein helmet. Blood supply:. auricularis post.

occipi talis. supraorbitalis, r. frontalis and. ophthalmicae. temporalis superficialis. angularis. Innervation: an occipital abdomen — r. auricularis post. n. facialis, a frontal abdomen — rr. temporales n. facialis. F y of N to c and I: shifts

chilly vein helmet and edge of a pilar part of the head, raises eyebrows, collects skin of a forehead in cross folds.

249. Epicranius auricularis posterior, a back ear nadcherepny muscle, see Auricularis posterior.


Muscles of a trunk and a neck (the shovel is delayed): 1 — a shilopodjyazychny muscle; 2 — a biventral muscle; 3 — an average scalene; 4 — a front scalene; 5 — a front gear muscle; 6 — internal intercostal muscles; 7 — outside intercostal muscles; 8 — an internal oblique muscle of a stomach; 9 — the average gluteus (is partially removed); 10 — the muscle lifting a small egg, 11 — an internal locking muscle; 12 — the lower and upper twin muscles; 13 — a pear-shaped muscle; 14 — a small gluteus; 15 — the broadest muscle of a back; 16 — a big round muscle; 17 — an infrascapular muscle; 18 — the muscle raising a shovel; 19 — a belt muscle of the head.

250. Epicranius auricularis superior,

an upper ear nadcherepny muscle, see Auricularis superior.

251. Epicranius superficialis, a superficial nadcherepny muscle, see Auricularis anterior.

252. Epiglottideoarytaenoideus, a nadgor-tanniko-arytenoid muscle, see Aga-epiglotticus.

253. Episternalis, a nadgrudinny muscle, see Sternalis.

254. Epitrochleoanconaeus (BNA), s. anconaeus minimus, anconaeus parvus, anconaeus sextus, anconaeus trochlearis, epitrochfeocubitalis, epitrochleoolecranius, olecranoepitrochlearis, humero-ulnar muscle (non-constant); is located on a medial half of a back surface of an elbow joint under a superficial fascia. Beginning: medial epicondyle of a humeral bone. Attachment: elbow shoot of an ulna. Innervation: n. ulnaris. Function: brings closer an elbow etrostok to a medial epicondyle of a humeral bone.

255. Epitrochleocubitalis, a humero-ulnar muscle, see Epitrochleoanconaeus.

256. Epitrochleoolecranius, a humero-ulnar muscle, see Epitrochleoanconaeus.

257. Erector clitoridis, the muscle straightening a clitoris see Ischiocavernosus.

258. Erector penis, the muscle straightening a penis see Ischiocavernosus.

259. Erector spinae (PNA), s. sacrospi-nalis (JNA, BNA), the muscle straightening a trunk; is located in a back;

longissimus, semispinalis, spinalis consists of iliocostalis.

260. Eustachii, Evstakhiya's muscle, I eat. Tensor tympani.

261. Expiratorii, exhaling muscles, see Intercostales interni.

262. Expressores sebi, muscles, «squeezing out fat», see Arrectores pilorum.

263. Expulsor linguae, the muscle which is putting forward language see Genioglossus.

264. Extensor abdoctorms, the taking-away razgibatel, see Extensor carpi radialis longus.

265. Extensor adductorius, the bringing razgibatel, see Extensor carpi ulnaris.

266. Extensor antibrachii, a razgibatel of a forearm, see Triceps brachii.

267.

Extensor carpi radialis brevis (PNA, JNA, BNA), s. extensor carpi rectus, radialis externus brevis, radialis externus secundus, short beam razgibatel of a wrist; is located in back area of a forearm. Beginning: lateral

leach of a humeral bone of a nadma, beam collateral ligament, ring ligament of a beam bone. It is attached and e: basis of I, and in some cases and II metacarpal bone. Blood supply:. collateralis radialis. recurrens radialis. And N-nervation: r. profundus n. radialis,

With vi - viii. Function: unbends a brush.

268.

Extensor carpi radialis longus (PNA, JNA, BNA), s. extensor abduct orius, radialis, radialis externus longus, radialis externus primus, long beam razgibatel of a wrist: is located in back area of a forearm. Beginning: lateral edge of a humeral bone, epicondyle and intermuscular partition. P r and to r e of p-l of e of N and e: basis of the II metacarpal bone.

Blood supply:

. collateralis radialis. profunda brachii. recurrens radialis. Innervation: r. profundus n. radialis, Gv_vn-F y of N to c and I: unbends a brush, takes a brush aside of a beam bone, bends a forearm.

269. Extensor carpi rectus, a direct razgibatel of a wrist, see Extensor carpi radialis brevis.

270.

Extensor carpi ulnaris (PNA, JNA, BNA), s. extensor adductorius, extensor cubitalis posterior, extensor epicondylicus, extensor ulnaris externus, elbow razgibatel of a wrist; is located in back area of a forearm. Beginning: ectocondyle of a humeral bone, beam collateral linking, rear edge of an ulna and fascia of a forearm. Prikre of p-l of e of N and e: tuberosity of the V metacarpal bone.

Blood supply:

. interossea post. Innervation: r. profundus n. radialis, CVi_viii • Function: unbends a brush and takes her aside an ulna.

271. Extensor coccygis, a razgibatel of a tailbone, see Sacrococcygea ventralis.

272. Extensor cruris quadriceps, a chetyrekhglavy razgibatel of a shin, see Quadriceps femoris.

273. Extensor eruris vastus, a wide razgibatel of a shin, see Vastus lateralis.

274. Extensor cubitalis posterior, a back elbow razgibatel, see Extensor carpi ulnaris.

275. Extensor cubiti posticus, a back razgibatel of an elbow, see Triceps brachii.

276. Extensor cubiti magnus, a big razgibatel of an elbow, I eat. Triceps brachii.

277. Extensor digiti minimi (PNA),

s. extensor digiti quinti proprius (JNA, BNA), razgibatel of a little finger; is located in back area of a forearm. H and is scarlet h about: lateral an epicondyle of a humeral

bone and an intermuscular partition, a ring ligament of a beam bone to a fascia of a forearm. P r and to r e p l of e of N and e: the basis of distal and average phalanxes of a little finger together with an extensor tendon of fingers. Krovosnabzhen and e:. interossea post. Innervation:

r. pro fundus n. radialis, Cv_vn. Function: unbends a little finger.

278. Extensor digiti quinti proprius, own razgibatel of the fifth finger, see Extensor digiti minimi.

279. Extensor digitorum (manus) (PNA), s. extensor digitorum communis

(JNA, BNA), extensor digitorum radialis, razgibatel of fingers of a brush. Is located in back area of a forearm. Began about: lateral epicondyle of a humeral bone, beam collateral ligament, ring ligament of a beam bone and fascia of a forearm. P r and to r e p l of e of N and e: basis of distal and average phalanxes of the II—V fingers of a brush. Blood supply:. interossea post. Innervation: r. profundus n. radialis, Cvi_vin-F at N to - c and I: unbends the II—V fingers and a brush.

280. Extensor digitorum brevis (pedis)

(PNA, JNA, BNA), s. pediacus, pedilus, short razgibatel of fingers of foot; is located on the back of foot. Beginning: dorsum of a calcaneus and lower retinaculum of sinews of razgibatel. Attachment: tyl

ny aponeuroses of the II—IV fingers. To r the island about with and and would marry e:. tarsea lat., r. perforans and. Peroneae (fibularis). Innervation: n. peroneus profundus, LiV_v,

Si. Function: unbends in a metatarsus -

phalanx joints the II—IV fingers and takes away their knaruzh.

281. Extensor digitorum communis, the general razgibatel of fingers, see Extensor digitorum (manus).

Muscles of a front surface of a trunk, and also partially necks, top and bottom extremities: 1 — a front scalene; 2 — an average scalene; 3 — a back scalene; 4 — a lo-patochno-hypoglossal muscle; 5 — outside intercostal muscles; 6 — internal intercostal muscles; 7 — the direct muscle of a stomach (is partially removed); 8 — a cross muscle of a stomach; 9 — a pyramidal muscle; 10 — a long adductor; 11 — a direct muscle of a hip; 12 — an edge muscle; 13 — an iliolumbar muscle; 14 — a sartorial muscle; 15 — a napryagatel of a wide fascia; 16 — a humeral muscle; 17 — a front gear muscle; 18 — a biceps of a shoulder; 19 — the broadest muscle of a back; 20 — a big pectoral muscle; 21 — a coronoid and humeral muscle; 22 — - a deltoid muscle; 23 — a small pectoral muscle; 24 — a subclavial muscle; 25 — a trapezoid muscle; 26 — a lopatochnopodjyazychny muscle (the lower abdomen); 27 — grudino - clavicular sostsezidnaya a muscle.

282. Extensor digitorum communis longus (pedis), the general long razgibatel of fingers of foot, see Extensor digitorum longus.

283.

Extensor digitorum longus (PNA, JNA, BNA), s. extensor digitorum communis longus (pedis), extensor digitorum pedis sublimis, extensor digitorum tibialis, long razgibatel of fingers; is located in front area of a shin. Beginning: ectocondyle of a tibial bone, head and first line of a fibular bone, interosseous membrane, front intermuscular partition and fascia of a shin. Attachment: back aponeurosis of the I—V fingers. Blood supply:. tibialis ant. And N-nervation: n. peroneus profundus.

Function: unbends foot and the II—V fingers, pronirut and allocates for stop of a knaruzha.

284. Extensor digitorum manus profundus, a deep razgibatel of fingers of a brush, see Extensor indicis.

285. Extensor digitorum pedis sublimis, a superficial razgibatel of fingers of foot, see Extensor digitorum longus.

286. Extensor digitorum radialis, a beam razgibatel of fingers, see Extensor digitorum (manus).

287. Extensor digitorum tibialis, a tibial razgibatel of fingers, see Extensor digitorum longus.

288. Extensor epicondylicus, epicondylic! a razgibatel, see Extensor carpi ulnaris.

289.

Extensor hallucis brevis (PNA, JNA, BNA), s. extensor primi internodii hallucis, short razgibatel of a thumb of foot; is located on the back of foot. Beginning: dorsum

of a calcaneus and lower retinaculum of sinews of razgibatel. It is attached and e: proximal phalanx pain

of a shy finger. Blood supply:. tarsea lat., r. perforans a. peroneae (fibularis). Innervation: n,

peroneus profundus, Liv_v, Si. Function: unbends a thumb and pulls its knaruzh.

290. Extensor hallucis longus (PNA,

JNa, BNA), long razgibatel of a thumb (foot); is located in an average and lower third of a shin. Beginning: fibular bone and interosseous membrane. Attachment: nail phalanx

of a thumb of foot. Krovosnabzhen and e:. tibialis ant. And N of N of e r in and -

c and I: n. peroneus (fibularis) profundus,

Liv_v, Si. Function:

the finger of foot unbends pain of necks, unbends and supinates all foot, at the fixed foot participates in an inclination of a shin forward.

291. Extensor indicis (PNA),

s. abductor indicis, extensor digitorum manus profundus, extensor indicis proprius (JNA, BNA), indicator, indicatorius, razgibatel of an index finger; is located in back area of a forearm. Beginning: back surface of an ulna. P r and to r e of p-l of e of N and e: back aponeurosis of the II finger. Blood supply:

. interossea post. Innervation: r. profundus

of the item radialis, Cvi-vin-Function: unbends an index finger.

292. Extensor indicis proprius, own razgibatel of an index finger, see Extensor indicis.

293. Extensor ossis metacarpi pollicis, a razgibatel of a metacarpal bone of a thumb of a brush, see Abductor pollicis longus.

294. Extensor pedis minor, a small razgibatel of foot, see Plantaris.

295.

Extensor pollicis brevis (PNA, JNA, BNA), s. extensor pollicis minor, extensor primi internodii pollicis, short razgibatel of a thumb of a brush; is located in back area of a forearm. Began about: interosseous edge

of an ulna, interosseous membrane, back surface of a beam bone. P r the l of e-N and e also got stronger: proximal phalanx

of a thumb. To r about in about with N and e fi and e: dd.

interosseae ant. et post. And ny p in and c and I: r. profundus n. radialis, Cvi_vni-Function: unbends and partly

the finger takes away pain of necks.

Muscles of a chest front inner surface and belly walls: 1 — a grudinopodjyazychny muscle; 2 — a grudinoshchitovidny muscle; 3 — internal intercostal muscles; 4 — cross muscles of a breast; 5 — an iliolumbar muscle; 6 — the muscle lifting a small egg; 7 — a direct muscle of a stomach; 8 — a cross muscle of a stomach; 9 — an outside oblique muscle of a stomach; 10 — an internal oblique muscle of a stomach; 11, 12 — a diaphragm.

296. Extensor pollicis longus (PNA, JNA, BNA), s, extensor pollicis major,



extensor pollicis tertius, extensor secundi internodii pollicis, long razgibatel of a thumb of a brush. Is located in back area of a forearm. Beginning: interosseous edge of an ulna, interosseous membrane, back surface of a beam bone. Attachment: distal phalanx of a thumb. Blood supply: dd. interosseae ant. et post. Innervation: r. profundus

of the item radialis, CVi_vm. Function:

bat razg and partly takes away a thumb.

297. Extensor pollicis major, a big razgibatel of a thumb of a brush, see Extensor pollicis longus.

298. Extensor pollicis minor, a small razgibatel of a thumb of a brush, see, Extensor pollicis brevis.

299. Extensor pollicis tertius, the third razgibatel of a thumb of a brush, see Extensor pollicis longus.

300. Extensor primi internodii hallucis, a razgibatel of the first phalanx of a thumb of foot, see Extensor hallucis brevis.

301. Extensor primi internodii pollicis, a razgibatel of the first phalanx of a thumb of a brush, see Extensor pollicis brevis.

302. Extensor secundi internodii pollicis, a razgibatel of the second phalanx of a thumb of a brush, see Extensor pollicis longus.,

303. Extensor tarsi gracillimus, the thinnest muscle unbending a tarsus see Plantaris.

304. Extensor tarsi gracillimus surae, the thinnest muscle of caviar unbending a tarsus see Plantaris.

305. Extensor tarsi minor, a small razgibatel of a tarsus, see Plantaris.

306. Extensor ulnaris externus, an outside elbow razgibatel, see Extensor carpi ulnaris.

307. Extensores interossei, interosseous razgibatel, see Interossei dorsales (manus).

308. Fascialis, a fascial muscle, see Tensor fasciae latae.

309. Fasciculus accessorius m. tragici, an additional bunch of a kozelkovy muscle, see Pyramidalis auriculae.

310. Femoralis, a femoral muscle, see Tensor fasciae latae.

311. Femoris internus, an internal muscle of a hip, see Gracilis.

312. Fibularis primus longus, a long first fibular muscle, see Peroneus longus.

313. Fibularis, a fibular muscle, see Peroneus brevis.

314. Fibularis brevis, a short fibular muscle, see Peroneus brevis.

315. Fibularis longus, a long fibular muscle, see Peroneus longus.

316. Fibularis primus longus, a long first fibular muscle, see Peroneus longus.

317. Fibularis tertius, the third fibular muscle, see Peroneus tertius.

318. Fidicinales, strunovidny muscles, see Lumbricales (manus).

319. Fidicini, string muscles, see Lumbricales (manus).

320. Flectantes primum internodium, muscles bending the first phalanx see Lumbricales (manus).

321. Flexor accessorius, an additional sgibatel, see Quadratus plantae.

322. Flexor accessorius pedis, an additional sgibatel of foot, see Quadratus plantae.

323. Flexor antibrachii radialis, a beam sgibatel of a forearm, see Biceps brachii.

324. Flexor antibrachii ulnaris, an elbow sgibatel of a forearm, see Brachialis.

325. Flexor biceps internus, an internal two-headed sgibatel, see Biceps brachii.

326. Flexor brevis pollicis pedis, a short sgibatel of a thumb of foot, see Flexor hallucis brevis.

327.

Flexor carpi radialis (PNA, JNA, BNA), s. flexor manus radialis, palmaris major, radialis anterior, radialis anticus, radialis internus, beam sgibatel of a wrist; is located in front area of a forearm. Beginning: medial epicondyle of a humeral bone, intermuscular partitions, fascia of a forearm. P r and - fastening: palmar surface

of the basis of the II metacarpal bone. Blood supply:. radialis. And N of N of e r-

in and c and I: n. medianus, CVi_viii-Function: bends and takes away a brush, a little proniruya it.

328.

Flexor carpi ulnaris (PNA, JNA, BNA), s. cubitalis internus, ulnaris internus, elbow sgibatel of a wrist; is located in front area of a forearm. Beginning: a humeral head — copper

an alny epicondyle of a humeral bone and an intermuscular partition, an elbow head — an elbow shoot and a back surface of an ulna, a fascia of a forearm. Attachment: a pea-shaped

bone, and also ankyroid and the V metacarpal bones by means of pea-shaped and hook and pea-shaped and metacarpal sheaves. Blood supply: dd.

collaterals ulnares sup. et inf. ulnaris. Innervation:

n. ulnaris, sometimes n. medianus, CVii-viii, Thi.

F y h to c and I: bends and gives a brush.

329. Flexor caudae, a sgibatel of a tail, see Sacrococcygea ventralis.

330. Flexor cruris externus, an outside sgibatel of a shin, see Biceps femoris.

331. Flexor cruris fibularis, a fibular sgibatel of a shin, see Biceps femoris, Obturatorius externus.

332. Flexor cruris tibialis, a tibial sgibatel of a shin, see Biceps femoris, Semimembranosus.

333. Flexor cubitalis internus, an internal elbow sgibatel, see Brachialis.

334. Flexor digiti minimi brevis

(ma nus) (PNA), s. flexor digiti quinti brevis (manus) (JNA, BNA), short sgibatel of a little finger (brush); is located on an eminence of a little finger of a brush. Beginning: hook of an uncinatum and retinaculum of sgibatel. Attachment: about

a ksimalny phalanx of a little finger. Blood supply: r. palmaris profundus and.



ulnaris. Innervation: n. ulnaris, Cvii-viii, Thi. Function: bends and

gives a little finger.

Cross section of a trunk at the level of a diaphragm (dorsal view): 1 — the broadest muscle of a back; 2 — a front gear muscle; 3 — an outside oblique muscle of a stomach; 4 — a direct muscle of a stomach; 5 — a diaphragm (a sternal part); 6 — a diaphragm (a costal part); 7 — a diaphragm (a lumbar part); 8 — a trapezoid muscle; 9 — a cross and awned muscle; 10 — the muscle straightening a trunk.

335. Flexor digiti minimi brevis

(pe dis) (PNA), s. flexor digiti quinti brevis (pedis) (JNA, BNA), short sgibatel of a little finger of foot; is located on a sole of foot. Beginning: the basis At a plusnevy bone, a long bottom ligament and a tendinous vagina of a long fibular muscle. Attachment: basis of a proximal phalanx of the V finger. Blood supply:. plantaris lat. Innervation:

n. plantaris lat., Si_ii. Function: bends and otvo

dit a little finger, strengthens the longitudinal arch of foot.

336. Flexor digiti quinti brevis (manus),

a short sgibatel of the fifth finger (brush), see Flexor digiti minimi brevis (manus).

337. Flexor digiti quinti brevis (pedis), a short sgibatel of the fifth finger (foot), see Flexor digiti minimi brevis (pedis).

the Horizontal cut of a thorax at the level of II of a lumbar vertebra (a muscle of a back and a stomach): 1 — a big lumbar muscle; 2 — a direct muscle of a stomach; 3 — an outside oblique muscle of a stomach; 4 — an internal oblique muscle of a stomach; 5 — a cross muscle of a stomach; 6 — the broadest muscle of a back; 7 — a square muscle of a waist; 8 — the muscle straightening a trunk; 9 — a cross and awned muscle.

338. Flexor digitorum brevis (pedis), (PNA, JNA, BNA), s. flexor digitorum pe-diacus, flexor digitorum pedicus internus, flexor digitorum perforatus, flexor digitorum sublimis, short sgibatel of fingers (foot); is located on a sole of foot. Beginning: hillock of a calcaneus



and bottom aponeurosis. Attachment: average phalanxes of the II—V fingers. Blood supply: dd.

plantares lat. et med. Innervation: n. plantaris med., Lv, Si. Function: bends

the II—V fingers of foot.

339. Flexor digitorum communis profundus, a deep general sgibatel of fingers, see Flexor digitorum profundus (manus).

340. Flexor digitorum fibularis, a fibular sgibatel of fingers, see Flexor hallucis longus.

341. Flexor digitorum longus (pedis) (PNA, JNA, BNA), s. flexor digitorum profundus (pedis), flexor digitorum perforans (pedis), flexor tibialis, long sgibatel of fingers (foot); is located in back area of a shin. Beginning: back surface of a tibial bone and interosseous membrane. Attachment: distal phalanxes of the II—V fingers. Blood supply:. tibialis post. And N-N of e r in and c and I: n. tibialis, Lv, Sb F at N to - c and I: bends fingers of foot and foot, brings inside and supinates foot.

342. Flexor digitorum pediacus, a sgibatel of fingers of foot, see Flexor digitorum brevis (pedis).

343. Flexor digitorum pedicus internus, an internal sgibatel of fingers of foot, see Flexor digitorum brevis (pedis).

344. Flexor digitorum pedis peronaeus, a fibular sgibatel of fingers of foot, see Flexor hallucis longus.

345. Flexor digitorum perforans (manus), the pro-butting sgibatel of fingers (brush), see Flexor digitorum profundus (manus).

346. Flexor digitorum perforans (pedis),

the pro-butting sgibatel of fingers (foot), see Flexor digitorum longus (pedis).

347. Flexor digitorum perforatus, a sgibatel of fingers, see Flexor digitorum brevis (pedis).

348. Flexor digitorum profundus

(ma nus) (PNA, JNA, BNA), s. flexor digitorum communis profundus, flexor digitorum perforans, deep sgibatel of fingers (brush); is located in front area of a forearm. Beginning: front surface of an ulna and interosseous membrane. Attachment: disteel

ny phalanxes of the II—V fingers. Blood supply:. ulnaris. interossea ant. Innervation: n. medialis, n. ulnaris, Cvii-viii, Thi. Function: bends distal phalanxes of the II—V fingers, at strong reduction bends a brush.

349. Flexor digitorum profundus (pedis), a deep sgibatel of fingers (foot), see Flexor digitorum longus (pedis).

350. Flexor digitorum secundi internodii, a sgibatel of the second phalanx of fingers, see Flexor digitorum superficialis (manus).

351. Flexor digitorum sublimis, a superficial sgibatel of fingers, see Flexor digitorum brevis (pedis).

352. Flexor digitorum superficialis

(manus) (PNA, JNA), s. flexor digitorum secundi internodii, superficial sgibatel of fingers (brush); is located in a forearm. Beginning: a humero-ulnar head — a medial epicondyle of a humeral bone and a coronal shoot of an ulna, a beam head — an upper part of a beam bone. It is attached and e: average phalanxes of the II—V fingers

of a brush. Blood supply:. radialis. ulnaris. Innervation:

item medianus, CVn_vin, Thb Function: bends average and proximal phalanxes of the II—V fingers, at strong reduction participates in bending of a brush.

353.

Flexor hallucis brevis (PNA, JNA, BNA), s. flexor brevis pollicis pedis, short sgibatel of a thumb of foot; is located on a sole of foot. Began about: medial wedge-shaped bone and bottom calcaneocuboid sheaf. Attachment: basis of a proximal phalanx of a thumb, sesamoid stones of the I metatarsophalangeal joint. Blood supply: and.

plantaris med., areus plantaris. Innervation: nn. plantares lat. et med., Lv,

Si_n. Function: bends a thumb of foot.

354.

Flexor hallucis longus (PNA, JNA, BNA), s. flexor digitorum fibularis, flexor digitorum pedis peronaeus, long sgibatel of a thumb of foot; is located in back area of a shin. Beginning: back surface of a fibular bone, interosseous membrane and back intermuscular partition. Attachment: basis of a distal phalanx

of a thumb of foot. Blood supply:. peronea (fibularis). Innervation: n. tibialis, Lv, Si_n. Function: bends a thumb of foot, bends in the bottom direction, supinates and gives foot.

355. Flexor manus medius, an average sgibatel of a brush, see Palmaris longus.

356. Flexor manus radialis, a beam sgibatel of a brush, see Flexor carpi radialis.

357.

Flexor pollicis brevis (PNA, JNA, BNA), short sgibatel of a thumb of a brush; is located on a palm. Beginning: a superficial head —

the zhivatel of a sgibately, deep head — polygonal, trapezoid, capitate bones, the basis of the I metacarpal bone wiped. Attachment: sesamoids of the I metacarpophalangeal joint, basis of a proximal phalanx of a thumb. Blood supply: and.

princeps pollicis, r. palmaris superficialis, areus palmaris profundus. Innervation: a superficial head — n. medianus, a deep head — n. ulnaris. Funk of a ts'a I: bends a proximal

phalanx and opposes a thumb of a brush a little.

358.

Flexor pollicis longus (PNA, JNA, BNA), s. flexor pollicis proprius longus, longissimus pollicis, long sgibatel of a thumb of a brush; is located in front area of a forearm. Began about: front surface of a beam bone distalny its tuberosity, interosseous membrane, often medial epicondyle of a humeral bone. Attachment: basis of a distal phalanx of a thumb. Blood supply: and.

radialis. ulnaris. interossea ant. Innervation: n. interosseus ant. from n. medianus, Cvi-vin-Function: bends a distal phalanx of a thumb, participates in bending of a brush.

359. Flexor pollicis proprius longus, long own sgibatel of a thumb of a brush, see Flexor pollicis longus.

360. Flexor tibialis, a tibial sgibatel, see Flexor digitorum longus (pedis).

361. Flexores breves profundi manus,

deep short sgibatel of a brush, see Interossei palmares.

362. Frontalis, a frontal muscle, see Epicranius.

363. Frontalis verus, a true frontal muscle, see Corrugator supercilii.

364. Gastrocnemius (PNA, JNA, BNA),

s. biceps surae, gemelli surae, gastrocnemius muscle; is located in back area of a shin. Beginning: subnodal surface, medial and lateral condyles of a femur, capsule of a knee joint. Attachment: a calcaneal

(Achilles) sinew to a hillock of a calcaneus together with kambalovidny and bottom muscles. Blood supply: dd. surales. Innervation: n. tibialis, LiV — Sn. Function: bends foot in the bottom direction and supinates it, bends a leg in a knee joint; at the fixed foot bends a hip back.

365. Gastrocnemius internus, an internal gastrocnemius muscle, see Soleus.

366. Gemelli surae, twin muscles of caviar, see Gastrocnemius.

367. Gemellus inferior (PNA, BNA),

s. gemellus tuberalis (JNA), quadrigeminus tertius, lower twin muscle; is located in a rump. H and h and - l about: sciatic hillock of an ischium. Attachment: trochanterian pole

of a femur. Krovosnabzhe-n and e:. glutea inf. Innervation: plexus sacralis, LiV — Sn. Function: rotates a hip of a knaruzha.

368. Gemellus spinalis, an awned twin muscle, see Gemellus superior.

369. Gemellus superior (PNA, BNA),

s. gemellus spinalis (JNA), quadrigeminus secundus, upper twin muscle; is located in a rump. Beginning: sciatic awn of an ischium. Attachment: trochanterian

pole of a femur. Blood supply:. glutea inf. Innervation: plexus sacralis, LiV — Sn. Function: rotates a hip of a knaruzha.

370. Gemellus tuberalis, a bugorny twin muscle, see Gemellus inferior.

371. Genioglossus (PNA, JNA, BNA),

s. expulsor linguae, genioglossal muscle; is located in front area of a neck above a hypoglossal bone. Beginning: mental awn of a mandible. Attachment: slime

pack the cover of language, the lower bunches are attached to an epiglottis and a hypoglossal bone. Blood supply: and. lingualis. Innervation: n. hypoglo-ssus. Function: pushes language forward, at unilateral reduction rejects it aside.

372. Geniohyalis, a mental and hyaline muscle, see Geniohyoideus.

373. Geniohyoideus (PNA, JNA, BNA),

s. geniohyalis, geniohypoid muscle; is located on a front surface of a neck. Beginning: mental

awn of a mandible. Attachment: body of a hypoglossal bone. Blood supply:. thyroidea sup. lingualis. Innervation: n. hypoglossus. Function: pulls a hypoglossal bone up and forward, lowers a mandible.

374. Glossopalatinus, a lingual and palatal muscle, see Palatoglossus.

375. Glossopharyngeus, a lingual and pharyngeal muscle, see Constrictor pharyngis superior.


Diaphragm and muscles of a belt of the lower extremity: 1 — a diaphragm (a costal part); 2 — a square muscle of a waist; 3 — a small lumbar muscle; 4 — a big lumbar muscle; 5 and 8 — ileal muscles; 6 — an iliolumbar muscle; 7 — a big lumbar muscle.

376. Glossostaphylinus, a lingual and lingular muscle, see Palatoglossus.

377. Glutaeus anterior, a front gluteus, see Tensor fasciae latae.

378. Glutaeus lateralis, a lateral gluteus, see Tensor fasciae latae.

379. Glutaeus major, a big gluteus, see Gluteus maximus.

380. Glutaeus magnus, a big gluteus, see Gluteus maximus.

381. Glutaeus maximus, a big gluteus, see Gluteus maximus.

382. Glutaeus medius, an average gluteus, see Gluteus medius.

383. Glutaeus minimus, a small gluteus, see Gluteus minimus.

384. Glutaeus minor, a small gluteus, see Gluteus minimus.

385. Glutaeus profundus, a deep gluteus, see Gluteus minimus.

386. Glutaeus secundus, the second gluteus, see Gluteus medius.

387. Glutaeus tertius, the third gluteus, see Gluteus minimus.

388. Gluteus maximus (PNA), s. glutaeus magnus, glutaeus major, glutaeus maximus (JNA, BNA), big gluteus; is located in a rump. Beginning: ileal bone, side edge of a sacrum, tailbone, thoracolumbar fascia, sacral bugornaya sheaf. Attachment: buttock tuberosity of a femur, wide fascia of a hip. Blood supply:. glutea inf. Innervation: n. gluteus inf., Lv, Si — ii. Function: unbends a hip, turning it several knaruzha, strains a fascia of a hip, during the standing straightens a trunk.

389. Gluteus medius (PNA), s. glutaeus medius (BNA, JNA), glutaeus secundus, iliacus externus, average gluteus; is located in a rump. Beginning: an outer surface of an ileal bone between front and back buttock lines, an ileal crest, a wide fascia of a hip. Attachment: big spit of a femur. Blood supply:. glutea sup. Innervation: n. gluteus sup., LrV-v, Si. Function: takes away a leg, front bunches rotate a hip inside, back — knaruzh, during the standing inclines a trunk in the party.

390. Gluteus minimus (PNA),

s. glu taeus minimus (JNA, BNA), glutaeus minor, glutaeus profundus, glutaeus tertius, small gluteus; is located in a rump. Beginning: an outer surface of an ileal bone between front and lower buttock lines. Attachment: big spit

of a femur. Blood supply:. glutea sup. Innervation: n. gluteus sup., Liv_v, Sb Function: takes away a hip, during the standing inclines a basin in the party.

391. Gnathopharyngeus, a maxillary and pharyngeal muscle, see Constrictor pharyngis superior.

392. Gracilis (PNA, JNA, BNA),

s. adductor gracilis, femoris internus, gracilis internus, thin muscle; is located in front area of a hip. Beginning: lower branch of a pubic bone. Attachment: tuberosity of a tibial

bone and fascia of a shin. Blood supply:. pudenda ext. profunda femoris. obturatoria. Innervation: r. anterior n. obturatorius, Ln_Iv. Function: gives a hip, bends a shin and turns its knutr.

393. Gracilis internus, an internal thin muscle, see Gracilis.

394. Guthrie, Guthrie's muscle, see Transversus perinei profundus.

395. Helicis major (PNA, JNA, BNA),

big muscle of a curl (auricle); is located in an auricle. Beginning: awn of a curl. Attachment: eminence of a triangular pole

of an auricle. Innervation: n. facialis. Function: pulls

the forefront of a curl of an auricle from top to bottom.

Muscles of a back wall of a breast and stomach (from within): 1 — a subcostal muscle; 2 — intercross muscles; 3 — a square muscle of a waist; 4 — internal intercostal muscles; 5 — outside intercostal muscles.

396. Helicis minor (PNA, JNA, BNA), small muscle of a curl (auricle);



is located in an auricle. Beginning: rima helicis. Attachment: leg of a curl. Innervation: n. facialis. Function: pulls the forefront of a curl from top to bottom.

397. Humilis, a muscle of «humility», see Rectus inferior (oculi).

398. Hyoceratopharyngeus, hypoglossal rozhkovo - a pharyngeal muscle, see Constrictor pharyngis medius.

399. Hyoglossus (PNA, JNA, BNA),

hypoglossal and lingual muscle (language); is located between a hypoglossal bone of pi with a root of language. Beginning: verkhnebokovy department of a body and big horn of a hypoglossal bone. Attachment: mucous membrane of a back and edge of language. Blood supply:. pharyngea ascendens. lingualis. Innervation: n. hypog-lossus. Function: delays language

down and back.

400. Hyopbaryngeus, a hyopharyngeal muscle, see Constrictor pharyngis medius.

401. Hyopharyngicus, a hyopharyngeal muscle, see Constrictor pharyngis medius.

402. Hyothyreoideus, a hypoglossal and thyroid muscle, see Thyrohyoideus.

403. Hyothyroideus, a hypoglossal and thyroid muscle, see Thyrohyoideus.

404. Iliacus (PNA, BNA), s. iliacus internus, ilicus (JNA), ileal muscle, department of m. iliopsoas.

405. Iliacus externus, an outside ileal muscle, see Gluteus medius, Pyramidalis abdominis.

406. Iliacus externus piriformis, a pear-shaped outside ileal muscle, see Piriformis.

407. Iliacus internus, an internal ileal muscle, see Iliacus.

408. Ilicus, an ileal muscle, see Iliacus.

409. Ilioaponeuroticus, an ileal and tendinous muscle, see Tensor fasciae latae.

410. Iliococcygeus, an iliococcygeal muscle, see Coccygeus.

411. II iococcygeus, an iliococcygeal muscle, see Coccygeus.

412. Iliocostal is (PNA, JNA, BNA),

s. lumbocostalis, sacroluinbaiis, sacrolumbus, iliocostal muscle; is located in a back; consists of three departments: iliocostalis cervicis,

iliocostalis thoracis, iliocostalis lumborum. And N of N of e p-b and c and I: back branches of the I lumbar,

all chest, III—VIII cervical spinal nerves, Cin — Li. Function: at unilateral reduction bends a trunk and a neck in the party, at bilateral reduction straightens the trunk bent forward and a neck.

413. Iliocostalis cervicis (PNA, BNA),

s. cervicales descendens et ascendens, iliocostal muscle of a neck; the department of m. iliocostalis is located in a back. Beginning: corners of the III—IV edges. P r and to - r e p l of e of N and e: back hillocks poperech

ny shoots of the III—IV cervical vertebrae. Innervation: of posteriores nn. spinales. Function: at unilateral reduction bends a trunk and a neck in the party, at bilateral reduction straightens the trunk bent forward and a neck.

424. Iliocostalis dorsi, an iliocostal muscle of a back, see

Iliocostalis ti10ra cis 425. Iliocostalis lumborum (PNA,BNA),

iliocostal muscle of a waist; is located in a back. Department of t. iliocostalis. Beginning: lateral crest of a sacrum, crest of an ileal bone, grudopoyasnichny fascia. Attachment: cross shoots poyasnich

ny vertebrae, deep leaf of a grudopoyasnichny fascia, corners of the VI—IX edges. And N-nervation: rr. posteriores nn. spinalium. Function: at unilateral reduction bends a trunk in the party, at bilateral reduction straightens the trunk bent forward.

416. Iliocostalis thoracis (PNA),

s. costalis dorsi, iliocostalis dorsi (BNA), iliocostal muscle of a breast, department of m. iliocostalis; is located in a back. Beginning: corners of the VII—XII edges. It is attached and e: corners of the V—VII edges. Innervation:

of posteriores nn. spinalium. Function: at unilateral reduction bends a trunk in the party, at bilateral reduction straightens the trunk bent forward.

417. Iliopsoas (PNA, JNA, BNA), under

a vzdoshno-lumbar muscle; is located in lumbar area and an ileal pole; consists of m. iliacus and t. psoas major. Beginning: t. iliacus — an ileal pole, top and bottom front ileal awns, t. psoas major — a side surface of bodies and cross shoots of the XII chest, the I—IV lumbar vertebrae. P r and - fastening: trochantin of a femur. Blood supply:. subcostalis, dd. lumbales. iliolumbalis, and. circumflexa ilium profunda. Innerva-ts and I: plexus lumbalis, Li_iV. F at N to -

c and I: bends a hip, attracts it to a stomach and turns a little in the lateral party; at the fixed lower extremity bends a basin and a trunk of a kpereda.

41*8. Iliotibialis, ileal is more - a tibial muscle, see Tensor fasciae latae.

419. Immersus, «a submersed muscle», see Subscapularis.

420. Incisivi inferiores et superiores, top and bottom incisal muscles, see Incisivi labii superioris et inferioris.

421.

Incisivi labii superioris et inferio ris (BNA), s. adductores anguli oris, acce-ssorii buccinatoris, accessorii orbiculares, incisivi inferiores et superiores, origo maxillaris et mandibularis m. orbicularis oris (JNA), protractores anguli oris, protrusores, incisal muscles of a top and bottom lip; are located on a face. Beginning: alveolar eminences of top and bottom canines. It is attached and e: a mucous membrane of lips at corners of a mouth in the mass of a circular muscle of a mouth. Krovosnabzhen and e: dd. labiales sup. et inf. infraorbitalis. Innervation: rr. bucca-3es n. facialis. F y and to c and I: pull a corner of a mouth up and down.

422. Incisivus inferior, the lower incisal muscle, see Mentalis.

423. Incisorius inferior, the lower incisal muscle, see Mentalis.

424. Incisurae auriculae, a muscle of cutting of an auricle, see Incisurae helicis.

425. Incisurae helicis (PNA. JNA), s. dilatator conchae auriculae, intertragicus, incisurae auriculae, incisurae helicis Santorini (BNA), muscle of cutting of a curl (non-constant); is located in an auricle. Beginning: cartilage of outside acoustical pass. P r and to r e p l of e-N of ii e: front surface of a trestle.

426. Incisurae helicis Santorini, a muscle of cutting of a curl of Santorini, see Incisurae helicis.

427. Indicator, the «specifying» muscle, see Extensor indicis.

428. Indicatorius, a «index» muscle, see Extensor indicis.

429. Indignatorius, a muscle of «indignation», see Rectus lateralis (oculi).

430. Infracostales, subcostal muscles, see Subcostales, Transversus thoracis.

431. Infracostalis anterior, a front subcostal muscle, see Transversus thoracis.

432. Infrascapularis, an infrascapular muscle, see Subscapularis.

433. Infraspinam, a podostny muscle, see Infraspinatus.

434. Infraspinatus (PNA. BNA), s. infraspinam (JNA), rotator humeri posticus, podostny muscle; you have;! in scapular area. Nachalo:podostny pole of a shovel and podostny fascia. P r and fastening: big hillock of a humeral bone. Blood supply:. suprascapularis. circumflexa scapulae. II N-nervation: n. suprascapularis. F at N to - c and I: rotates a shoulder of a knaruzha, takes away the raised hand back.

435. Inspiratorii, respiratory muscles, see Intercostales externi.

436. Interaccessorii, interadditional muscles, see Intertransversarii laterales et mediales lumborum.

437. Interarticulares lumborum, interarticular muscles of a waist, see Intertransversarii laterales et mediales lumborum.

438. Interarytaeiioideus obliquus, an oblique interarytenoid muscle, see Arytenoideus obliquus.

439. Interarytaeiioideus proprius, own interarytenoid muscle, see Arytenoideus transversus.

440.

Intercostales externi (PNA, JNA, BNA), s. inspiratorii, outside intercostal muscles; are located in intercostal spaces between hillocks of edges and costal cartilages. H and chat about: bottom edge of each overlying edge from a hillock of an edge prior to the beginning of a costal cartilage. It is attached and e: upper

edge of each underlying edge. Blood supply: dd. intercostales ant. et post. musculophrenica. II N-nervation: nn. intercostales, Thr_xl.

Function: raise edges, participate in the act of breath at a breath.

441.

Intercostales interni (PNA, JNA, BNA), s. expiratorii, internal intercostal muscles; are located in intercostal spaces from corners of edges to a breast. Beginning: the upper edge of each underlying edge from a breast to a corner of an edge. P r and krepl en e: bottom edge of each overlying edge. Blood supply: dd. intercostales post., rr. intercostales ant. musculophrenica. To Inna p in and c and I: nn.

inter costales, Th. F y of N to a tion: an omitting -

i — XII

yut edges, participating in the act sticking prp an exhalation.

442. Intercostales intimi (PNA), the most internal intercostal muscles; are located in intercostal spaces, holding the deepest position in mix.

443. Intercostales lumbales, lumbar intercostal muscles. page of m of Intertransversarii laterales et mediales lumborum.

444. In te rcos to t ran s versarii cervicales,

cervical intercostal and cross muscles, see Intertransversarii posteriores cervicis.

445. Intercostotransversarii ventrales, ventral intercostal and cross muscles, see Intertransversarii anteriores cervicis.

446. In te rob liqui, boundaries oblique muscles, see Intertransversarii laterales et mediales lumborum.

447. Interossei dorsales (manus)

(PNA, JNA, BNA), s. bicipites manus, extensores interossei, interossei externi manus, interossei posteriores, metacarpales externi, back interosseous muscles (brushes); are located between metacarpal bones. Began about: back atop

nost of the I—V metacarpal bones. Attachment: back aponeuroses and capsules II. III and IV metacarpophalangeal joints. To r about in about with N and e of N and e: areus palmaris profundus a. radialis. Innervats and I: r. profundus n. ulnaris, G Vni — Thi. f y of N to a tion: take away II and IV fingers from

III * a finger, bend proximal and II, III, IV fingers unbend average and distal phalanxes.

448. Interossei dorsales (pedis)

(PNA, JNA, BNA), s. bicipites pedis, interossei externi pedis, interossei superiores (pedis), metatarsales externi, metatarsales superiores, back interosseous muscles (feet); are located between plusnevy bones. Began about: each of four muscles two heads from adjacent plusnevy bones. P r and fastening: a proxy

molar phalanxes of the II—IV fingers (at II — from the lateral and medial party, at III and IV — ■ from the lateral party). Krovosnabzhen and e: areus plantaris, dd. metatarseae plantares. Innervation: n. plantaris lat., Si — N of Funk-

of c and I: bend proximal, the nezn

is chitelno unbent by average and distal phalanxes of the II—IV fingers, take the II finger aside of a thumb and a little finger, III and

IV — towards a little finger, participate in strengthening of the arch of foot.

449. Interossei externi manus, outside interosseous muscles of a brush, see Interossei dorsales (manus).

450. Interossei externi pedis, outside interosseous muscles of foot, see Interossei dorsales (pedis).

451. Interossei interni manus, internal interosseous muscles of a brush, see Interossei palmares.

452. Interossei palmares (PNA),

s. digitorum manus profundi, flexores breves profundi manus, interossei interni manus, interossei simplices (manus), interossei volares (JNA, BNA), metacarpales interni, palmares, palmar interosseous muscles; are located between metacarpal bones. Beginning: elbow surface of II, beam surface IV and V metacarpal bones.! r and to r an epleniye: proximal

phalanxes of metacarpophalangeal joints and back aponeuroses II, IV and V fingers. Krovosnabzhen and e: areus palmaris profundus. Innervation: r. profundus n. ulnaris. Sush — Thj. F y of N to c and I: lead II, IV and V fingers to an axis of the brush passing through the III finger bend proximal and II, III and V fingers unbend average and distal phalanxes.

4 53. Interossei pedis inferiores, the lower interosseous muscles of foot, see Interossei plantares.

454. Interossei plantares (PNA, JNA, BNA), s. interossei pedis inferiores, metatarsales interni, bottom interosseous muscles; are located between plusnevy bones of foot. Beginning: III \V plusnevy bones and long bottom ligament. P r and to r e p l of e of N and e: medial

surface of proximal phalanxes and back aponeuroses of the III—V fingers. Blood supply: areus plantaris, dd. metatarseae plantares. Innervats and I: n. plantaris lat., St_h. Function: bend proximal phalanxes of III and

L’ fingers of foot, bringing closer them to the II finger.

455. Interossei posteriores, back interosseous muscles, see Interossei dorsales (manus).

456. Interossei simplices (manus), simple interosseous muscles (brushes), see Interossei palmares.

457. Interossei superiores (pedis), upper interosseous muscles (feet), see Interossei dorsales (pedis).

458. Interossei voJares, palmar interosseous muscles, see Interossei palmares.

459. Interosseus ad indicem pertingens, the interosseous muscle blocking an index finger see Adductor hallucis.

460. lnterspinales (PNA, JNA, BNA),

interspinal muscles; are located between acanthas of vertebrae; consist of three departments: mm. interspinales cervicis, mm. intersp males thoracis, mm. interspinales lumborum. Krovosnabzhen and e:. cervicalis profunda. vertebralis, dd. intercostales post., dd. lumbales. Innervation: rr. posteriores nn.

spinales. Function: unbend the backbone bent forward and hold it in the straightened situation.

461. lnterspinales cervicis (PNA, JNA),

interspinal muscles of a neck; are located between acanthas of cervical vertebrae; department of mm. interspinaies. Beginning and attachment: acanthas of the next vertebrae. Blood supply:. cervicalis profunda

. vertebralis. Innervation: rr. posteriores nn. cervicalium. Function: unbend the cervical department of a backbone bent forward and hold it in the straightened situation.

462. lnterspinales cervicis longi, long interspinal muscles of a neck, see Spinalis cervicis.

463. lnterspinales lumborum (PNA),

interspinal muscles of a waist; are located between acanthas of lumbar vertebrae; department of mm. intersp inales. Beginning and attachment: acanthas of the next lumbar vertebrae. Blood supply: dd.

lumbales. Innervation: rr. posteriores nn. lumbalium. Function: time

gibat the lumbar department of a backbone bent forward and hold it in the straightened situation.

464. lnterspinales supernumerarii, excess interspinal muscles, see Spinales cervicis.

465. lnterspinales thoracis (PNA), boundaries

awned muscles of a breast; are located in a back; department of mm. intersp inales. Beginning and attachment: wasps

tisty shoots of the next chest vertebrae, except the IV—X. Krovosnabzhen and e: dd. intercostales posteriores.

Innervation: rr. posteriores nn.

thoracicorum. Function: an extension

yut the chest department of a backbone bent forward also hold it in the straightened situation.

466. Intertragicus, a mezhkozelkovy muscle, see Incisurae helicis.

467. Intertransversarii (PNA, BNA),

intercross muscles; are located between cross shoots of vertebrae; consist of mm. intertransversarii ant. et post, cervicis, mm. intertransversarii post, cervicis, mm. intertransversarii thoracis, mm. intertransversarii lat. et med. lumborum. Blood supply:. cervicalis profunda. vertebralis, dd. intercostales post., dd. lumbales. And N of h e p - in and c and I: nn. spinales. Funkts and I:

bend a backbone in the party.

468. Intertransversarii anteriores, front intercross muscles, see Intertransversarii anteriores cervicis.

469.

Intertransversarii anteriores cer vicis (PNA), s. intercostotransversarii ventrales (JNA), intertransversarii anteriores (BNA), department of mm. intertransversarii. Beginning and attachment: front hillocks of cross shoots of the next cervical vertebrae. To r about in about with N and e - N and e:. cervicalis profunda. vertebralis. Innervation: rr. anteriores nn.

cervicalium. Function: bend

cervical department of a backbone in the party.

470. Intertransversarii laterales et mediales, lateral and medial intercross muscles, see Intertransversarii laterales et mediales lumborum.

471. Intertransversarii dorsales tho-racales, chest dorsal mezhpoperech-Hoie muscles, see Intertransversarii thoracis.

472. Intertransversarii laterales et mediales lumborum (PNA), s. interaccessorii, interarticulares lumborum, intercostales lumbales (JNA), interobliqui, intertransversarii laterales et mediales (BNA), intertransversarii lumbales, lateral and medial intercross muscles of a waist; department, mm.intertransversarii. Beginning: mastoids of lumbar vertebrae. Attachment: mastoidal and additional shoots of the next lumbar vertebrae. Blood supply: dd. lumbales. Innervation: rr. posteriores nn. lumbalium. Function: bend lumbar department of a backbone in the party.

473. Intertransversarii lumbales, lumbar intercross muscles, see Intertransversarii latelales et mediales lumborum.

474. Iutertransversarii posteriores, back intercross muscles, see Intertransversarii posteriores cervicis.

475.

Intertransversarii posteriores cer vicis (PNA), s. intercostotransversarii cervicales (JNA), intertransversarii posteriores (BNA), back intercross muscles of a neck; department of mm. intertransversarii. Beginning: cross shoots of cervical vertebrae. Attachment: back hillocks of cross shoots of the II—VII cervical vertebrae, cross shoot of the I chest vertebra, hillock and neck of the I edge. Blood supply:

. cer vicalis profunda. vertebralis. Innervation: of posteriores nn. cervicalium. Function: bend cervical department of a backbone in the party.

476. Intertransversarii thoracis (PNA), s. intertransversarii dorsales thoracales (BNA), intercross muscles of a breast; department of mm. intertransversarii. Beginning: cross shoots of chest vertebrae from

I to H.Prikrepleniye: cross shoots of the next chest vertebrae from II to XI. Blood supply: dd. intercostales post. Innervation: rr. posteriores, nn. thoracicorum. Function: bend chest department of a backbone in the party.

477. Ischiocaudalis, a sciatic and tail muscle, see Coccygeus.

478.

Ischiocavernosus (PNA, JNA, BNA), s. constrictor penis, depressor clitoridis, director penis, erector clitoridis, erector penis, sustentator penis, sciatic and cavernous muscle; is located in a crotch. Beginning: sciatic

hillock and nrtzhny branch of an ischium. Attachment: white of a cavernous body of a penis. Blood supply:. pudenda int. Innervation: n. perineus. Function: squeezes a cavernous body, squeezes a back vein of a penis or a clitoris.

479. Ischiococcygeus, an ischiococcygeal muscle, see Coccygeus.

480. Ischiofemoralis, a sciatic and femoral muscle, see Adductor magnus.

481. Ischioperinealis, a sciatic and perineal muscle, see Transversus perinei superficialis.

482. Ischiorectalis, an ischiorectal muscle, see Sphincter urethrae.

483. Ischiourethralis, a sciatic and urethral muscle, see Sphincter urethrae, Transversus perinei profundus.

484. Jugomaxillaris, a skulochelyustny muscle, see Masseter.

485. Keratocricoideus, a rozhkovo-cricoid muscle, see Ceratocricoideus.

486. Lacrimalis posterior, a back lacrimal muscle, see Orbicularis oculi.

487. Lamina pigmenti iridis, the pigmented plate of an iris, see Dilatator pupillae.

488. Laryngopharyngeus, a gortanoglo-exact muscle, see Constrictor pharyngis inferior.

489. Laryngopharyngieus, a gortanoglo-exact muscle, see Constrictor pharyngis inferior.

490. Latissimus colli, the broadest muscle of a neck, see Platysma.

491.

Latissimus dorsi (PNA, JNA, BNA), s. aniscalptor, anitensor, dorsalis maximus, the broadest muscle of a back; is located in a back. H and h and - l about: acanthas of four — six last chest, all lumbar vertebrae, a dorsal surface of a sacrum, back department of a crest of an ileal bone, four lower edges. It is attached and e: crest of a small hillock of a humeral bone. Blood supply:. thoracodorsalis. circumflexa humeri ant. et post., dd. intercostales post. Innerva-ts and I: n. thoracodorsalis, n. subscapularis, Cvi — viii-Function: lowers to a pla

cho, the lowered shoulder pulls back and medially, at the same time rotating it inside.

492. Levator angularis oris superior, an upper angular podnimatel of a mouth, see Levator anguli oris.

493. Levator anguli oris (PNA), s. caninus (JNA, BNA), elevator labiorum communis, levator angularis oris superior, le-levator labiorum communis, triangularis superior, the muscle lifting a corner of a mouth; is located on a face. Beginning: klykovy pole of an upper jaw. Attachment: face skin in the field of a corner of a mouth. Blood supply:. infraorbitalis. buccalis. facialis. Innervation: r. zygomaticus n. facialis. Funk-ts and I: pulls a corner of a mouth up.

494. Levator anguli scapulae, the muscle lifting a vane angle see Levator scapulae.

495. Levator ani (PNA, JNA, BNA), s. diaphragma pelvis, levator intestini recti, the muscle lifting an anus; is located in the field of a bottom of a small pelvis, forming a diaphragm of a basin together with m. coccygeus; consists of four parts: m. pubococ-cygeus, t. levator prostatae (t. pubovagi-nalis — at women), t. puborectalis, t. ili-acococcygeus. Beginning: branches of a pubic bone, a sciatic awn, a locking fascia and a tendinous arch of the muscle lifting an anus. Attachment: to a tailbone, covering behind a rectum; a part of fibers is interwoven into a wall of a rectum. Blood supply:. pudenda int. Innerva-ts and I: n. pudendus. Function: raises a crotch, lifts and narrows an anus, at women also narrows a vagina.

496. Levator coccygis, the muscle lifting a tailbone see Coccygeus, Sacrococ-cygeus dorsalis, Sacrococcygeus ventralis.

497. Levator humeri internus, the internal muscle raising a shoulder see Coracobrachialis.

498. Levator intestini recti, the muscle raising a rectum see Levator ani.

499. Levator labii inferioris, the muscle lifting an under lip see Mentalis.

500. Levator labii superioris (PNA), s. caput infraorbitale m. quadrati labii superioris (BNA), levator nasi et labii maxillaris lateralis (JNA), the muscle raising an upper lip; is located on a face. Beginning: infraorbital edge of an upper jaw. Attachment: face skin in an upper lip. Blood supply:. labialis sup. angularis. infraorbitalis. Innervation: rr. zygomatici n. facialis. Function: raises an upper lip.

501. Levator labii superioris aiaeque nasi (PNA), s. caput angulare m. quadrati labii superioris (BNA), levator nasi et labii maxillaris medialis (JNA), the muscle raising an upper lip and a wing of a nose; is located on a face. Beginning: frontal shoot of an upper jaw. Attachment: face skin in

a cheek, an upper lip and a wing of a nose. Blood supply:. labialis sup., and.

angularis. infraorbitalis. Innervation: rr. zygomatici n. facialis. F at N to - c and I: raises an upper lip and a wing of a nose.

502. Levator labiorum communis, the general muscle raising lips see Levator anguli oris.

503. Levator menti, the muscle raising a chin see Mentalis.

504. Levator nasi et labii maxillaris lateralis, the lateral muscle raising Nov and an upper lip see Levator labii superioris.

505. Levator nasi et labii maxillaris medialis, the medial muscle raising Nov and an upper lip see Levator labii superioris aiaeque nasi.

506. Levator ossis hyoidei, the muscle raising a hypoglossal bone see Stylohyoideus.

507. Levator palati mollis, the muscle lifting a soft palate see Levator veli palatini.

508.

Levator palpebrae superioris (PNA, JNA, BNA), s. orbitopalpebralis, the muscle raising an upper eyelid; is located in an eye-socket. Beginning: a wedge-shaped

bone around the visual channel and a vagina of an optic nerve. P r and to r e of p-l of e of N and e: cartilage of an upper eyelid. Blood supply:. ophthalmica. Innervation: n. oeulomotorius. Function: raises an upper eyelid.

509. Levator penis, the muscle raising a penis see Bulbospongiosus.

510. Levator pharyngis externus, the outside muscle raising a throat see Stylopharyngeus.

511. Levator pharyngis internus, the internal muscle raising a throat see, Palatopharyngeus.

512. Levator scapulae (PNA, JNA, BNA),

s. elevator anguli scapulae, levator anguli scapulae, patientiae, rhomboideus anterior, the muscle raising a shovel; is located in back area of a neck. Began about: back hillock of cross shoots of cervical vertebrae. It is attached and e: upper vane angle. Blood supply:. cervicalis ascendens. vertebralis. transversa colli. Iner-v and c and I: n. dorsalis scapulae,

plexus cervicalis, Cn_v Function: raises a shovel and brings closer it to the centerline.

513.

Levator veli palatini (PNA, JNA, BNA), s. compressor tubae Eustachii,

levator palati mollis, petrosalpingosta-phylinus, the muscle lifting a palatine velum; is located between visoch

ache a bone and a soft palate. Beginning: lower surface of a stony part of a temporal bone and cartilaginous part of an acoustical pipe. Attachment: on a midline of a soft palate with fibers of the same muscle of the opposite side. Innervation: rr. pharyngei n. vagi. Function: lifts a soft palate, expands a pharynx, narrows a pharyngeal opening of an acoustical pipe.

514.

Levatores costarum breves et longi (PNA, BNA), s. transversocostales breves et longi (JNA), the short and long muscles raising edges; are located in a back. Beginning: cross shoots from the II cervical to the XI chest vertebrae. Attachment: short muscles — the next edges, their back surface, long muscles — edges, are thrown through one edge in nizhnegrudny department of a backbone. Blood supply: dd. intercostales post.

Innervation: nn. intercostales.

Function: participate in an inclination of a backbone in lateral face, slightly raise edges.

515. Lingualis inferior, the lower lingual muscle, see Longitudinalis inferior (linguae).

516. Lingualis longitudinalis superior,

an upper longitudinal lingual muscle, see Longitudinalis superior (linguae).

517. Lingualis profundus, a deep lingual muscle, see Longitudinalis inferior (linguae).

518. Lividus, a «blue-crimson» muscle, see Pectineus.

519. Longissimus (PNA, JNA, BNA),

s. semispinatus transversalis, the longest muscle; is located along a back surface of a backbone; consists their three departments: m. longissimus capitis, t. longissimus cervicis, t. longissimus thoracis. Blood supply:. occipitalis

. cervicalis profunda. vertebralis, dd. intercostales post., dd. lumbales. sacralis lat. Innervation: rr. posteriores nn. spinales, the Joint venture — Sn. F y of N to c and I: turns a trunk and inclines the head in the party, at bilateral reduction straightens the backbone bent forward, unbends the head.

520.

Longissimus capitis (PNA, JNA, BNA), s. complexus minor, tracheloinas-toideus, transversalis capitis, the longest muscle of the head; is located in back area of a neck; department of m. longissimus. Beginning: cross shoots of the III—VII

cervical vertebrae. Attachment: mastoid of a temporal bone. Blood supply:. occipitalis

. cervicalis profunda. vertebralis. Innervation: rr. posteriores nn.

cervicalium. Function: at one

third-party reduction inclines the head in the party.

521.

Longissimus cervicis (PNA, JNA, BNA), the longest muscle of a neck; is located in back area of a neck and back; department of m. longissimus. Beginning: cross shoots of the lower cervical and upper chest vertebrae. Attachment: back hillocks of cross shoots of the II—V cervical vertebrae. Blood supply:. cervicalis profunda

. vertebralis. Innervation:

of posteriores nn. spinalium. Function: at unilateral reduction turns in the party, and at bilateral reduction — straightens the backbone bent forward.

522. Longissimus dorsi, the longest muscle of a back, see Longissimus thoracis.

523. Longissimus pol licis, the longest muscle of a thumb of a brush, see Flexor pollicis longus.

524. Longissimus thoracis (PNA),

s. lon gissimus dorsi (JNA, BNA), the longest muscle of a breast; is located in about and st of a back; department of m. longissimus. Beginning: awned, additional, mastoids of upper sacral, lumbar, lower chest vertebrae. P r and to r e-p l of e of N and e: corners of the II—XII edges, cross shoots of chest vertebrae. Blood supply: dd. intercostales post.,

dd. lumbales. sacralis lat. Innervation: rr. posteriores nn. spinalium. Function: at unilateral reduction turns in the party, and at bilateral reduction — straightens the backbone bent forward.

525. Longitudinalis inferior (linguae)

(PNA, BNA), s. lingualis inferior, lingualis profundus, longitudinalis profundus (JNA), lower longitudinal muscle (language); is located in the bottom of language in the form of the muscle bundles going in the sagittal direction on both sides from a longitudinal partition of language. Blood supply:

. profunda linguae. Innervation: n. hypoglossi. Function: shortens language,

curves its back up.

526. Longitudinalis profundus (linguae), a deep longitudinal muscle (language) see Longitudinalis inferior (linguae).

527. Longitudinalis superficialis (linguae), a superficial longitudinal muscle (language), see Longitudinalis superior (linguae).

528. Longitudinalis superior (linguae)

(JNA, BNA), s. lingualis longitudinalis superior, longitudinalis superficialis (linguae) (JNA), upper longitudinal muscle (language); is located in an upper part of language in the form of the muscle bundles going in the sagittal direction from its root to a tip. Blood supply: of dorsales linguae. Innervation: n. hypoglossi. Function: shortens language, curves its surface in the sagittal direction and lifts a tip of language.

529. Longus, a long muscle, see Sartorius.

530. Longus capitis (PNA, JNA, BNA),

s. rectus capitis anticus major, rectus capitis internus major, long muscle of the head; is located on a front surface of cervical vertebrae. Beginning: front hillock of cross shoots

of the III—IV cervical vertebrae. Attachment: basilar part of an occipital

bone. Blood supply:. cervicalis ascendens. vertebralis. pharyngea ascendens. Innervation: rr.

anteriores nn. spinalium cervicalium, Ci_v-F y of N to c and I: at bilateral reduction inclines the head and cervical department of a backbone forward.

531. Longus colli (PNA, JNA, BNA),

long muscle of a neck; is located on a front surface of a backbone. Beginning: a medial part — a body of the I—III chest, V—VI cervical vertebrae, an upper slanting part — front hillocks of cross shoots of the II—V cervical vertebrae, the lower slanting part — a body of upper chest vertebrae. Attachment: ^ a medial part — a body of the II—V cervical vertebrae, an upper slanting part — a front hillock of an atlantaa a body of an axial vertebra, the lower slanting part — front hillocks of cross shoots of the V—VII cervical vertebrae. Blood supply: and.

vertebralis. cervicalis ascendens. cervicalis profunda. Innervation: rr. anteriores nn. spinalium cervicalium, Ciu_viii-Funktion: at unilateral reduction inclines a neck aside, at bilateral reduction inclines a neck forward.

532. Lumbalis, a lumbar muscle, see Psoas major.

533. Lumbalis internus, an internal lumbar muscle, see Psoas major.

534. Lumbocostalis, a lumbocostal muscle, see Iliocostalis.


I. Muscles of a belt of an upper extremity and shoulder, in front: 1 — the muscle raising a shovel; 2 — a small rhomboid muscle; 3 — an infrascapular muscle; 4 — the front gear muscle (is cut off); 5 — the big rhomboid muscle (is cut off); 6 — a big round muscle; 7 — the broadest muscle of a back; 8 — a tricipital muscle of a shoulder; 9 — the round pronator; 10 — a humeroradial muscle; 11 — a humeral muscle; 12 — a biceps of a shoulder; 13 — a coronoid and humeral muscle; 14 — the big pectoral muscle (is cut off); 15 — the deltoid muscle (is turned away); 16 — the small pectoral muscle (is cut off). II. Deep muscles of a belt of an upper extremity and shoulder in front: 1 — the muscle raising a shovel (is cut off); 2 — the small rhomboid muscle (is cut off); 3 — the front gear muscle (is cut off); 4 — the big rhomboid muscle (is cut off); 5 — an infrascapular muscle; 6 — a big round muscle; 7 — a tricipital muscle of a shoulder; 8 — a humeral muscle; 9 — a coronoid and humeral muscle; 10 — the big pectoral muscle (is cut off); 11 — the broadest muscle of a back (is cut off); 12 — a deltoid muscle. III. Muscles of a belt of an upper extremity and shoulder, behind: 1 — the muscle raising a shovel (is cut off); 2 — a supraspinal muscle; 3 — the deltoid muscle (is cut off); 4 — a tricipital muscle of a shoulder; 5 — a big round muscle; 6 — a small round muscle; 7 — a podostny muscle; 8 — a big rhomboid muscle; 9 — a small rhomboid muscle.

535. Lumbricales (manus) (PNA, JNA, BNA), s. fidicinales, fidicini, flectantes primum internodium, worm-shaped muscles (brushes); are located in the field of a brush. Beginning: sinews of a deep sgibatel of fingers. Attachment: beam surface of a back aponeurosis of the II—V fingers. Blood supply: areus palmaris superficialis. And N-nervation: the first and second muscles — n. medianus, the third and fourth muscles — n. ulnaris. Function: bend proximal and unbend average and distal phalanxes of the II—V fingers.

536. Lumbricales (pedis)

(PNA, JNA, BNA), worm-shaped muscles (feet); are located in the field of foot. H of acha-l about: sinews of a long sgibatel of fingers. Attachment: proximal phalanxes and back aponeuroses of the II—V fingers. Blood supply: dd.

plantares lat. et med. Innervation: the first and in some cases the second muscles — n. plantaris med., the third, fourth and in some cases the second muscles — n. plantaris lat., Lv — Si, in nek-ry cases of Sh. Function: bend proximal phalanxes of fingers, pull them towards a thumb, poorly unbend average and distal phalanxes of fingers of foot.

537. Mallei, a muscle of a hammer, see Tensor tympani.

538. Mallei interni, a muscle of an internal hammer, see Tensor tympani.

539. Mandibularis externus, an outside mandibular muscle, see Masseter.

540. Mandicatorius, a masseter, see Masseter.

541. Mansorius, a masseter, see Masseter.

542. Marsupialis, an ascigerous muscle, see> Obturatorius internus.

543. Masseter (PNA, JNA, BNA), s. jugomaxillaris, mandibularis externus, mandicatorius, mansorius, masseterus,

massi-ter, masticatorius, masseter; is located in parotid and chewing area of the person. Beginning: bottom edge and inner surface of a zygoma, temporal fascia. Attachment: chewing tuberosity of a mandible. Blood supply:

. mas seterica. transversa faciei. buccalis. alveolaris sup. post. Innervation: n. mandibularis. Function: lifts a mandible, pushes it forward.

544. Masseter internus, an internal masseter, see Pterygoideus medialis.

545. Masseterus, a masseter, see Masseter.

546. Massiter, a masseter, see Masseter.

547. Masticatorius, a masseter, see Masseter.

548. Mastoideus colli, a mastoidal muscle of a neck, see Sternocleidomastoideus.

549. Membranosus, a webby muscle, see Tensor fasciae latae.

550. Mendicantium, muscle of «beggars», cm of .j Brachioradialis.

551. Mensalis, a «stolopodobny» muscle, see Trapezius.

552. Mentalis (PNA, JNA, BNA),

s. cor rugator menti, conscripens, elevator labii inferioris proprius, incisivus inferior, inci-sorius inferior, levator labii inferioris, levator menti, superbus, mental muscle; is located in a face. Beginning: alveolar eminences

of cutters and canine of a mandible. Attachment: face skin in a chin. Blood supply:. labialis inf. mentalis, and. submentalis., Innervation: r. marginalis mandibulae n. facialis. Function: tightens face skin in a chin up, extends an under lip.

553. Mentolabialis, a mental and lip muscle, see Depressor labii inferioris.

554. Mesothenar, a muscle of the middle of a palm, see Adductor pollicis.

555. Metacarpales externi, outside metacarpal muscles, see Interossei dorsales (manus).

556. Metacarpales interni, internal metacarpal muscles, see Interossei plantares.

557. Metatarsales externi, outside plusnevy muscles, see Interossei dorsales (pedis).

558. Metatarsales interni, internal plusnevy muscles, see Interossei plantares.

559. Metatarsales superiores, upper plusnevy muscles, see Interossei dorsales (pedis).

560. Motor uvulae, the muscle moving a uvula see Uvulae.

561. Miilleri, Müller's muscle, see Ciliaris, Orbitalis.

562. Multifidi, multiseparate muscles, see Multifidus.

563. Multifidus (PNA, JNA, BNA),

s. multifidi, multifidus spinae, a cervical part — transversalis colli, a chest part — semispinatus, a lumbar part — sacer, transversalis lumborum, a multiseparate muscle; is located on a back surface of a backbone. Beginning: dorsal surface of a sacrum, dorsal sacroiliac ligament, crest of an ileal bone, grudopoyasnichny fascia, mastoids lumbar, cross shoots chest and joint shoots of the IV—VII cervical vertebrae. Attachment: through

2 — 4 vertebras to acanthas of vertebrae to the II cervical. Blood supply:. cervicalis profunda, dd. intercostales post., dd. lumbales. sacralis lat. Innervation: rr.

posteriores nn. spinales. Function: at unilateral reduction rotates, at bilateral — straightens a backbone.

564. Multifidus spinae, a multiseparate muscle of an awn, see Multifidus.

565. Myloglossus, a maxillary and lingual muscle, see Mylohyoideus.

566. Mylohyalis, a maxillary and hypoglossal muscle, see Mvlohvoideus.

567. Mylohyoideus (PNA, JNA, BNA), s. diaphragma oris, myloglossus, mylohya-lis, transversus mandibulae, maxillary and hypoglossal muscle; is located in under - a mandibular triangle of a neck, forms a mouth floor. Beginning: maxillary and hypoglossal line of a mandible. Attachment: a body of a hypoglossal bone, a seam between a hypoglossal bone and a mental awn of a mandible. Blood supply: r. mylohyoideus a. maxillaris. submentalis. And N of N of e r-in and c and I: n. mylohyoideus. Function: tightens a hypoglossal bone up and kpered, lowers a mandible.

568. Mylopharyngeus, a maxillary and pharyngeal muscle, see "Constrictor pharyngis superior.

569. Nasalis (PNA, JNA, BNA),

s. com pressor naris, dilatator naris, nasal muscle; is located in a face. Beginning: alveolar eminences of a lateral cutter and canine of an upper jaw. Attachment: a cross

part — a cartilaginous part of a ridge of the nose a tendinous aponeurosis with the muscle of the opposite side of the same name, kryl-ache parts — a cartilage and face skin in a wing of a nose. Blood supply:. facialis. Innervation: n. facialis. Function: lowers a back and a wing of a nose, narrows nasal openings.

570. Nasalis labii superioris, a nasal muscle of an upper lip, see Depressor septi (nasi).

571. Nasolabialis, a nasolabial muscle, see Depressor septi (nasi).

572. Nasum dilatans, the muscle expanding Nov see Procerus.

573. Nonus tibiae, the ninth muscle of a tibial bone, see Rectus femoris.

574. Nonus tibiam moventium, the ninth muscle from setting in motion a tibial bone, see Rectus femoris.

575. Novus (Santorini), a new muscle (Santorini), see Risorius.

576. Novus conchae proprius, own new muscle of a sink, see Auricularis anterior.

577. Nutator capitis, the muscle swinging the head see Sternocleidomastoideus.

578. O’Beirnei, O'Beyrn's muscle, see Sphincter ani tertius.

579. Oblique movens tibiam, a muscle slantwise moving a belyyebertsovy bone see Popliteus.

580. Obliquus abdominis externus, an outside oblique muscle of a stomach, see Obliquus externus abdominis.

581. Obliquus abdominis internus, an internal oblique muscle of a stomach, see Obliquus internus abdominis.

582. Obliquus alter, the second oblique muscle, see Obliquus internus abdominis.

583. Obliquus ascendens, the ascending oblique muscle, see Obliquus internus abdominis.

584. Obliquus atlantis, an oblique muscle of the Atlas, see Obliquus capitis inferior.

585. Obliquus auriculae (PNA, JNA, BNA), oblique muscle of an auricle; is located on a back surface of an auricle. Beginning: eminence of a triangular pole. P r and to p e p l of e of N and e: eminence of a sink.

586. Obliquus bulbi inferior, the lower oblique muscle of an eyeglobe, see Obliquus inferior (oculi).

587. Obliquus bulbi superior, an upper oblique muscle of an eyeglobe, see Obliquus superior (oculi).


588. Obliquus capitis, an oblique muscle of the head, see Obliquus capitis superior.

589. Obliquus capitis inferior (PNA, BNA), s. obliquus atlantis (JNA), obliquus capitis major, lower oblique muscle of the head; is located between I and the II cervical with vertebrae. Beginning: acantha of an axial vertebra. Prikre p l of e-N and e: cross shoot of the Atlas. To r about-vosnabzheniye:. occipitalis. vertebralis. Innervats and I: n. suboccipi-talis, n. occipitalis major, Ci, in nek-ry cases of Sts. Function: at unilateral reduction the Atlas and the head in the party rotates, at bilateral reduction inclines the head back.

590. Obliquus capitis major, a big oblique muscle of the head, see Obliquus capitis inferior.

591. Obliquus capitis minor, a small oblique muscle of the head, see Obliquus capitis superior.

I. Muscles of a forearm (first coat), front surface: 1 — a biceps of a shoulder; 2 — the round pronator; z — an elbow sgibatel of a wrist; 4 — a long palmar muscle; 5 — a superficial sgibatel of fingers; 6 — a short palmar muscle; 7 — a sinew of the long muscle which is taking away a thumb of a brush; 8 — a long sgibatel of a thumb of a brush; 9 — a superficial sgibatel of fingers; 10 — a beam sgibatel of a wrist; 11 — a humeroradial muscle; 12 — a humeral muscle. II. Muscles of a forearm (second layer), front surface: 1 — a tricipital muscle of a shoulder; 2 — a superficial sgibatel of fingers; 3 — an elbow sgibatel of a wrist; 4 — the square pronator; 5 — the muscle opposing a little finger; in — the muscle which is taking away a little finger; 7 — a short sgibatel of a little finger; 8 — the muscle giving a thumb of a brush; 9 — a short sgibatel of a thumb of a brush; 10 — the short muscle which is taking away a thumb of a brush; 11 — a long sgibatel of a thumb of a brush; 12 — the round pronator (is cut off); 13 — a long beam razgibatel of a wrist; 14 — an instep support; 15 — a humeroradial muscle; 16 — a humeral muscle; 17 — a biceps of a shoulder. III. Muscles of a forearm (third layer), front surface: j — a humeral muscle; 2 — a deep sgibatel of fingers; z — a long sgibatel of a thumb of a brush; 4 — an elbow sgibatel of a wrist; 5 — the square pronator; in — the muscle opposing a little finger; 7 — the muscle giving a thumb of a brush; 8 — the muscle opposing a thumb of a brush; 9 — the round pronator (is cut off); 10 — a humeroradial muscle; 11 — a long beam razgibatel of a wrist; 12 — an instep support. IV. Muscles of a forearm (fourth layer), front surface: 1 — round a prona of Torahs; 2 — the square pronator; 3 — an instep support.

592.

Obliquus capitis superior (PNA, BNA), s. obliquus capitis (JNA), obliquus capitis minor, upper oblique muscle of the head; is located between the Atlas and an occipital bone. Began about: cross shoot of the Atlas. P r and to p e of p-l of e of N and e: lateral part of the lower nuchal line of an occipital bone. To r about in wasps and and e of N and e:. occipitalis. vertebralis. Innervation:


n. suboccipi-talis, S Function: at unilateral reduction rotates the head in protivopo-


the false party, at bilateral reduction inclines the head back.

I. Muscles of a forearm (first coat), back surface: 1 — a humeroradial muscle; 2 — a long beam razgibatel of a wrist; 3 — a short beam razgibatel of a wrist; 4 — a razgibatel of fingers; 5 — the long muscle which is taking away a thumb of a brush; 6 — a short razgibatel of a thumb of a brush; 7 — a long razgibatel of a thumb of a brush; 8 — an elbow razgibatel of a wrist; 9 — an elbow sgibatel of a wrist; 10 — an elbow muscle; 11 — a tricipital muscle of a shoulder. II. Muscles of a forearm (second layer), back surface: J — an instep support; 2 — the long muscle which is taking away a thumb of a brush; 3 — a short razgibatel of a thumb of a brush; 4 — a long razgibatel of a thumb of a brush; 5 — a back I interosseous muscle; 6 — back interosseous muscles; 7 — a razgibatel of an index finger; 8 — a deep sgibatel of fingers; 9 — the elbow sgibatel of a wrist (is cut); 10 — an elbow muscle.

593.

Obliquus externus abdominis (PNA, BNA), s. obliquus abdominis externus (JNA), obliquus major, obliquus superficialis, outside oblique muscle of a stomach; is located in a perednebokovy abdominal wall. Beginning: V \XII edges. P r and -

fastening: outside lip of a crest of an ileal bone, inguinal ligament, pubic hillock, white line of a stomach. Blood supply: dd.

intercos tales posteriores. thoracica lat. epigastrica sup., et inf. musculophrenica. circumflexa ilium profunda. To Inna p-in and c and I: nn. intercostales V — XII,

n. iliohypogastricus, n. ilioinguinalis, Thv — Li. F y of N to c and I: at unilateral reduction bends a trunk and rotates it to the opposite side, at bilateral reduction inclines a trunk forward, takes part in formation of a prelum abdominale.

594. Obliquus inferior (oculi)

(PNA, BNA), s. obliquus bulbi inferior (JNA), lower oblique muscle (eyes); is located in an eye-socket. Beginning: on the lower wall of an eye-socket from a lateral circle of a pole of a dacryocyst. It is attached and e: a lateral part of a fold behind an equator of eyeball. Blood supply:. ophthalmica. Innerva

to tion. oculomotorius. Function: rotates an eyeglobe up and aside.

595. Obliquus inferior, the lower oblique muscle, see Obliquus internus abdominis.

596.

Obliquus internus abdominis (PNA, BNA), s. obliquus abdominis internus (JNA), obliquus alter, obliquus ascendens, obliquus inferior, obliquus profundus, internal oblique muscle of a stomach; is located in a perednebokovy abdominal wall. Beginning: superficial plate

of a thoracolumbar fascia, intermediate line of a crest of an ileal bone, inguinal ligament. Attachment:

X \XII edges and white line of a stomach. Blood supply: dd.

intercostales post. epigastrica sup. et inf. musculophrenica. circumflexa ilium profunda. Innervation: nn. intercostales VIII — XII, n. iliohypogastricus, n. ilioinguinalis, Thviii — Li. Function: at unilateral reduction bends a trunk and rotates it in the party, at bilateral reduction lowers a thorax, pulls together it with a basin, takes part, in formation of a prelum abdominale.


597. Obliquus longus, a long oblique

muscle, see Obliquus superior (oculi).

598. Obliquus major, a big oblique

muscle, see Obliquus externus abdominis.

599. Obliquus profundus, a deep oblique muscle, see Obliquus internus abdominis.

600. Obliquus superficialis, a superficial oblique muscle, see Obliquus externus abdominis.

601. Obliquus superior (oculi)

(PNA, BNA), s. obliquus bulbi superior (JNA),

obliquus longus, patheticus, trochlearis, upper oblique muscle (eyes); is located in an eye-socket. Beginning: the general tendinous ring, a wedge-shaped bone around the visual channel. Attachment: an upper surface of a sclera



behind from an equator of eyeball. Blood supply:. ophthalmica. And N-nervation: n. trochlearis. Funk-

c and I: rotates an eyeglobe from top to bottom and aside.

I. Muscles of a brush, palmar surface: 1 — an elbow sgibatel of a wrist; 2 — - the short palmar muscle (is cut off); 3 — the muscle which is taking away a little finger; 4 — a short sgibatel of a little finger; 5 — the muscle opposing a little finger; 6 — worm-shaped muscles; 7 — a back interosseous muscle of I; 8 — the muscle giving a thumb of a brush; 9 — a short sgibatel of a thumb of a brush; 10 — the short muscle which is taking away a thumb of a brush; 11 — the long muscle which is taking away a thumb of a brush; 12 — a long sgibatel of a thumb of a brush; 13 — a beam sgibatel of a wrist; 14 — a long palmar muscle; 15 — a superficial sgibatel of fingers. II. Muscles of a brush, palmar surface: 1 — an elbow sgibatel of a wrist; 2 — a deep sgibatel of fingers; 3 — the muscle which is taking away a little finger (is cut off); 4 — a short sgibatel of a little finger; 5 — the muscle opposing a little finger; 6 — worm-shaped muscles; 7 — a back interosseous muscle of I; 8 — the short muscle which is taking away a thumb of a brush (is cut off); 9 — a short sgibatel of a thumb of a brush; 10 — the muscle giving a thumb of a brush; and — the muscle opposing a thumb of a brush; 12 — a beam sgibatel of a wrist it (is cut off); 13 — the long muscle which is taking away a thumb of a brush; 14 — a long sgibatel of a thumb of a brush.

602. Obturator externus, the outside locking muscle, see Obturatorius externus.

603. Obturator internus, the internal locking muscle, see Obturatorius internus.

604. Obturatorius externus (PNA),

s. obturator externus (JNA, BNA), flexor cruris fibularis, outside locking muscle; is located in the depth of adductors of a hip. Beginning: an outer surface of a haunch bone around a locking opening and a locking membrane. It is attached and e: trochanterian

pole of a femur. To r about in about with N and e of N and e:. obturatoria. circumflexa femoris med. And N nervation: r. posterior n. obturatorii, Ln-v-Function: rotates a hip of a knaruzha.

605. Obturatorius internus (PNA),

s. bursalis, obturator internus (JNA, BNA), marsupialis, internal locking muscle; is located in a small basin. Beginning: an inner surface of a haunch bone around a locking opening and a locking membrane. Attachment: trochanterian pole of troubles

of a renny bone. Blood supply:. glutea inf. obturatoria. pudenda int. Innervation: n. pudendus,

plexus sacralis, Liv — Sm. Function: rotates a hip of a knaruzha.

606. Occipitalis, an occipital muscle, see Epicranius.

607. Occipitofrontalis, an occipitofrontal muscle, see Epicranius.

608. Olecranoepitrochlearis, a lokteplechevy muscle, see Epitrochleoanconaeus.

609. Omohyalis, a scapular and hyaline muscle, see Omohyoideus.

610. Omohyoideus (PNA, JNA, BNA),

s. coracohyoideus, costohyoideus, omohyalis, scapulohyoideus, scapular and hypoglossal muscle; is located in lateral and front areas of a neck. Beginning: upper edge and cross ligament of a shovel. Attachment: body of a hypoglossal bone. Blood supply:. thyroidea sup., r. suprahyoideus and. lingualis. cervicalis superficialis, and. transversa colli. suprascapularis. And N-nervation: ansa cervicalis, Ci_n.

Function: lowers a hypoglossal

bone.

611. Opponens digiti minimi, the muscle opposing a little finger see Opponens digiti quinti (pedis).

612. Opponens digiti minimi (manus) (PNA), s. opponens digiti quinti (manus) (JNA, BNA), the muscle opposing a little finger of a brush; is located on a palm. Beginning: hook of an uncinatum, retinaculum of sgibatel. Attachment: elbow edge of the V metacarpal bone. Blood supply: r. palmaris profundus and. ulnaris. Innervation: r. profundus n. ulnaris, Cviii — Thi.

Function: pulls

a little finger towards a thumb.

613. Opponens digiti quinti (manus), the muscle opposing the fifth finger (brushes) see Opponens digiti minimi (manus).

614.

Opponens digiti quinti (pedis) (BNA), s. opponens digiti minimi (pedis), the muscle opposing the V finger of foot (non-constant); is located in the field of foot. Beginning: long bottom ligament and tendinous vagina of a long fibular muscle. Attachment: V plus

nevy bone. Blood supply:. plantaris lat. And N-nervation:

item plantaris lat., Si_h-Funktion: bends

the V plusnevy bone, strengthens the arch of foot.

615.

Opponens pollicis (PNA, JNA, BNA), the muscle opposing a thumb of a brush; is located on a palmar surface of a brush. Beginning: hillock of a polygonal bone and retinaculum of sgibatel.

Attachment: I metacarpal nost.

Blood supply: r. palmaris superficialis a. radialis. princeps pollicis, areus palmaris profundus. And N of N of e p in a-c and I: n. medianus, Cvi_vn-F y of N of k-

of c and I: opposes a thumb

of a brush.

616. Orbicularis latus ciliaris, a ciliary wide circular muscle, see Orbicularis oculi.

617. Orbicularis oculi (PNA, JNA, BNA), s. orbicularis latus ciliaris, orbicularis palpebrarum, palpebrarum, palpebrarum primus, palpebras claudentes, semicircularis, sphincter oculi, supercilii (pars su-perciliaris — depressor capitis supercilii, depressor supercilii, superciliaris medialis; pars lacrimalis — lacrimalis posterior, sacci lacrimalis Horneri, tensor tarsi), circular muscle of an eye; is located in a face, tsirkulyarno surrounds a palpebral fissure and a dacryocyst. Beginning: nasal part of a frontal bone, frontal shoot of an upper jaw, the lacrimal bone, medial linking of a century. It is attached and e: a lateral seam of a century, face skin in eyebrows, surrounding muscles, a lateral linking of a century. To r about in about with N and e-N and e:. angularis. frontalis. transversa faciei. supraorbitalis. infraorbitalis. Innervation: rr. temporales. et zygomatici n. facialis. Function: closes a palpebral fissure, expands a dacryocyst.

618. Orbicularis oris (PNA, JNA, BNA), s. constrictor labiorum, constrictor prola-biorum, constringens, osculatorius, sphincter labiorum, sphincter oris, circular muscle of a mouth; is located in the thickness of lips, surrounding an actinostome. Beginning * and attachment: skin and mucous membrane of lips a little lateralny centerline. Blood supply: dd. labiales sup. et inf. infraorbitalis. mentalis. submentalis. And N of N of e r in and ~ c and I: rr. buccales of the item facialis. Function: squeezes lips and extends them forward., closes a mouth.


I. Muscles of a brush, palmar surface: 1 — the square pronator; 2 — the muscle opposing a little finger; 3 — palmar interosseous muscles; 4 — back interosseous muscles; 5 — a worm-shaped muscle; 6 — the muscle giving a thumb of a brush; 7 — the short muscle which is taking away a thumb of a brush (is cut off); 8 — a short sgibatel of a thumb of a brush; 9 — the muscle opposing a thumb of a brush; 1 about — a long sgibatel of a thumb of a brush. II. Muscles of a brush, palmar surface: 1 — the square pronator; 2 — the elbow sgibatel of a wrist (is cut off); z — palmar interosseous muscles; 4 — back interosseous muscles; 5 — the long sgibatel of a thumb of a brush (is cut off); 6 — the muscle giving a thumb of a brush (is cut off); 7 — the short muscle which is taking away a thumb of a brush (is cut off) also a short sgibatel of a thumb of a brush; 8 — the muscle opposing a thumb of a brush (is cut off); 9 — the long muscle which is taking away a thumb of a brush; 10 — a humeroradial muscle. III. Muscles of a brush, dorsum: 1 — a short razgibatel of a thumb of a brush; 2 — the long muscle which is taking away a thumb of a brush; 3 — a back interosseous muscle of I; 4 — back interosseous muscles; 5 — the muscle which is taking away a little finger; 6 — a razgibatel of fingers; 7 — a razgibatel of a little finger. IV. Muscles of a brush, dorsum: 1 — a short razgibatel of a thumb of a brush; 2 — the long muscle which is taking away a thumb of a brush; 3 — a back interosseous muscle of I; 4 — the muscle giving a thumb of a brush; 5 — worm-shaped muscles; 6 — back interosseous muscles; 7 — the muscle which is taking away a little finger; 8 — the razgibatel of an index finger (is cut off); 9 — an elbow razgibatel of a wrist; 10 — the razgibatel of fingers (is cut off).

619. Orbicularis palpebrarum, a circular muscle a century, see Orbicularis oculi.

620.Orbicularis urethrae membranaceae,

a circular muscle of a webby urethra, see Sphincter urethrae.

621. Orbitalis (PNA, JNA, BNA), s. Miilleri, orbital muscle; is located in the depth of an eye-socket, it is formed by the muscle fibers which are thrown through the lower orbital crack.

622. Orbitopalpebralis, an orbital and century muscle, see Levator palpebrae superioris.

623. Origo maxillaris et mandibularis m. orbicularis oris, the maxillary and mandibular beginning of a circular muscle of a mouth, see Incisivi labii superioris et inferioris.

624. Origo nasalis m. orbicularis oris, the nasal beginning of a circular muscle of a mouth, see Depressor septi (nasi).

625. Osculatorius, a muscle of «kisses», see Orbicularis oris.

626. Palatoglossus (PNA),

s. constric tor isthmi palati, glossopalatinus (JNA, BNA), glossostaphylinus, palatoglossal muscle; is located on a sidewall of a pharynx. Beginning: lower surface

of a soft palate. Attachment: side edge of the basis of language. And N of N of e r-in and c and I: rr. pharyngei n. vagi. F at N to - c and I: lowers a palatine velum, narrows a pharynx.

627. Palatopharyngeus (PNA),

s. const rictor isthmi pharvngonasalis, levator pharyngis internus, pharyngopalatina (JNA, BNA), pharyngostaphylinus, thyreopharyn-gopalatinus, thyreopharyngostaphylinus, palatopharyngeal muscle; is located on a sidewall of a throat. Beginning: aponeurosis of a soft palate, medial plate and hook of an alate shoot of a wedge-shaped bone, cartilaginous part of an acoustical pipe. Attachment:

sidewall of a throat, rear edge of a plate and lower horn of a thyroid cartilage. Blood supply: dd.

palatinae ascendens et descendens. Innervation: rr. pharyngei n. vagi. F y of N to c and I: pulls a soft palate before contact with a back wall of a throat down and back, pulls together among themselves palatal handles, raises a throat and a throat, expands a gleam of an acoustical pipe.

628. Palatostaphylinus, a palatal and lingular muscle, see Uvulae.

629. Palmares, palmar muscles, see Interossei palmares.

630. Palmaris brevis (PNA, JNA, BNA),

s. carpicus, cutaneus manus, short palmar muscle; is located on an eminence of a little finger of a brush. Beginning: elbow edge of a palmar aponeurosis, retinaculum of sgibatel. Attachment: skin of a brush in the field of an eminence of a little finger. Blood supply: and.

ulnaris. Innervation: r. superficialis n. ulnaris, Sush — Thi. Function: pulls skin in the field of an eminence of a little finger of a brush. *

631. Palmaris longus (PNA, JNA, BNA),

s. flexor manus medius, long palmar muscle; is located in front area of a forearm. Beginning: medial epicondyle of a humeral bone and fascia of a forearm. Attachment: palmar aponeurosis. Blood supply: and.

ulnaris. Innervation: n. medianus,

C VII — T hi. Function: bends a brush, strains a palmar aponeurosis.

632. Palmaris major, a big palmar muscle, see Flexor carpi radialis.

633. Palpebrarum, a muscle a century, see Orbicularis oculi.

634. Palpebrarum primus, the first muscle a century, see Orbicularis oculi.

635. Palpebras claudentes, a muscle of a smykaniye a century, see Orbicularis oculi.

636. Papillares (PNA, JNA, BNA),

s. contractores chordae valvae, papillary muscles; are located in ventricles of heart. Beginning: internal on

a verkhnost of walls of ventricles of heart. Attachment: to shutters of pre-serdno-ventricular valves tendinous chords. Function: hold in a close condition of a shutter of atrioventricular valves at a ventricular systole.

637. Papillares parvi (JNA), small papillary muscles, see Papillares septales (valvae atrioventricularis dextrae), Papillaris posterior (valvae atrioventricularis dextrae).

638. Papillaris anterior (valvae atrioventricularis dextrae) (PNA), s. papillaris ventralis (JNA), front papillary mouse

tsa (right atrioventricular valve); is located in a right ventricle of heart. Beginning: inner

surface of a front wall of a right ventricle of heart. Attachment: front and back shutters of the right atrioventricular valve. Blood supply. coronaria dext. Function: holds in a close state front and back shutters of the right atrioventricular valve at a ventricular systole.

639. Papillaris anterior (valvae atrioventricularis sinistrae) (PNA), s. papillaris sinister (JNA), front papillary muscle (left atrioventricular valve); is located in a left ventricle of heart. Beginning: inner surface of a front wall of a left ventricle. Attachment: front and back shutters of the left predserdnb-ventricular valve. Blood supply:. coronaria sin. Function: holds in a close state front and back shutters of the left atrioventricular valve at a ventricular systole.

640. Papillaris dexter, the right papillary muscle, see Papillaris posterior (valvae atrioventricularis sinistrae).

641. Papillaris posterior

(valvae atrio ventricularis sinistrae) (PNA), s. papillares parvi (JNA), back papillary muscle (left atrioventricular valve); is located in a left ventricle of heart. Beginning: internal atop

nost of a back wall of a left ventricle. Attachment: lobby and back

ny shutters of the left atrioventricular valve. Blood supply:. coronaria sin. Function: holds in a close state front and back shutters of the left atrioventricular valve at a ventricular systole.

642.Papillaris posterior

(valvae atrioven tricularis dextrae) (PNA), s. papillaris dexter (JNA), back papillary muscle (right atrioventricular valve); is located in a right ventricle of heart. Beginning: internal atop

nost of a back wall of a right ventricle of heart. Attachment: back

and septal shutters right before -

the serdno-ventricular valve. Blood supply. coronaria dext. Funk * c and I: holds in a close state back and septal shutters of the right atrioventricular valve at a ventricular systole.

643. Papillares septales (valvae atrio-ventricularis dextrae) (PNA), s. papillares parvi (JNA), septal papillary muscles (right atrioventricular valve); are located in a right ventricle of heart. Beginning: muscular part of an interventricular partition. Attachment: front shutter of the right atrioventricular valve. Blood supply:. coronaria dext. Function: holds in a close state a front shutter of the right atrioventricular valve at a ventricular systole.,

644. Papillaris sinister, the left papillary muscle, see Papillaris anterior (valvae atrioventricularis sinistrae).,

645. Papillaris ventralis, a ventral papillary muscle, see Papillaris anterior (valvae atrioventricularis dextrae).

646. Pars lateralis m. thyreoarytaenoi-dei, a lateral part of a shchitocherpalovidny muscle, see Thyroarytaenoideus.

647. Pars obliqua m. arytaenoidei, a slanting part of an arytenoid muscle, see, Arytenoideus obliquus.

648. Pars parietalis m. epicranii tempo-roparietalis, a parietal part of a temporoparietal nadcherepny muscle, see Auricularis superior.

649. Pars transversa m. arytaenoidei, gyuperechny part of an arytenoid muscle,

m of Arvtenoideus transversus.

650. Pars vocalis m. thyreoarytaenoidei, a voice part shchitocherpalovidny mysh-tsl, see Vocalis.

651. Patheticus, - a «pathetic» muscle. Obliquus superior (oculi).

652. Patientiae, a muscle of «firmness», see, jevator scapulae.,

653. Pauperum, a muscle of «poor», see, Brachioradialis.

654. Pectinalis? edge muscle, •; m of Pectineus.

655. Pectinati (PNA, BNA), s. trabeculae carneae (JNA), edge muscles., Are located on an inner surface of an ear and a wall of the right auricle.>

656. Pectineus (PNA, JNA, BNA), s *

adductor superficialis, lividus, pectinalis, primus femoris, crested muscle; is located in front area of a hip., Beginning: crest of a pubic bone, pubic hillock, upper pubic sheaf. Attachment: the edge line at the proximal end of a medial bay of the rough line of a femur. Blood supply:. pudenda ext.

circumflexa femoris med., and. obturatoria., Innervation: r. anterior n. obturatoria n. femoralis, Li — Funktion Highway: gives a hip, rotates its knaruzh.,

657. Pectoralis major (PNA, JNA, BNA),

big pectoral muscle; is located on a front surface of a chest wall. Beginning: clavicle, грудина^ cartilages

of the XI—IV edges, vagina of a direct muscle of a stomach. Attachment: crest

of a big hillock of a humeral bone. Blood supply:. thoracoacromialis. thoracica lat., dd. intercostales post., Innervation: nn. pectorales med.

et lat., Cv — Thi. Function: the Volga Military District

dit a hand to a trunk and turns it inside, lowers lifted ^руку, raises edges and a breast, promoting the act of breath.

658.

Pectoralis minor (PNA, JNA, BNA), s. coracopectoralis, serratus anticus minor, small pectoral muscle; is located on a front surface of a chest wall. Beginning: II \V edges. P r and to p e of p-l e ii and e: coracoid lo

patka. Blood supply:. thoracoacromialis, dd. intercostales post. And ii of N of e r in and c and I: nn. pectorales med.

et lat., Cvn_viii-Function: lowers and pulls a shovel forward, at the fixed shovel raises a thorax, performing function of an auxiliary respiratory muscle.

659., Pectoralis rectus, a direct pectoral muscle, see Sternalis.

660. Pediacus, a muscle of foot, see, Extensor digitorum brevis (pedis).,

661. Pedilus, a muscle of foot, see Extensor digitorum brevis (pedis).

662. Perforatus, a perforated muscle, see Coracobrachialis.,

663., Peristaphylinus, an okoloyazychkovy muscle, see Tensor veli palatini.

664. Peronaeocalcaneus externus, outside fibular and calcaneal muscle, cm, Peroneus brevis.

665. Peronaeus anticus? a front fibular muscle, see Peroneus brevis.,

666. Peronaeus brevis, a short fibular muscle, see Peroneus brevis.

667., Peronaeus longus, a long fibular muscle, see Peroneus longus.,

668. Peronaeus medius, an average fibular muscle, see Peroneus brevis.,

669. Peronaeus parvus, a small fibular muscle, see Peroneus tertius.

670. Peronaeus posticus, a back fibular muscle, see Peroneus longus.,

671. Peronaeus primus, the first fibular muscle, see Peroneus longus.,

672. Peronaeus secundus, the second fibular muscle, see Peroneus brevis.,

673. Peronaeus sextus," the sixth fibular muscle, see Peroneus brevis.

674. Peronaeus tertius, the third fibular muscle, see, Peroneus tertius.

675. Peroneus brevis (PNA), s. fibularis,

fibularis brevis (JNA), peronaeocalcaneus externus, peronaeus anticus, peronaeus brevis (BNA), peronaeus medius, peronaeus secundus, peronaeus sextus, semifibulaeus, semifibularis, short fibular muscle; is located in a shin. Beginning: lateral surface of a fibular bone, front and back intermuscular partitions. Attachment: V plusnevy bone, sometimes extensor tendon of the V finger. Blood supply:. peronea

. tibialis ant. Innervation: n. peroneus superficialis, Liv — Si. Function: bends

foot in the bottom direction, about-niruyet and takes away its knaruzh.

676. Peroneus longus (PNA),

s. fibula ris longus (JNA), fibularis primus longus, peronaeus longus (BNA), peronaeus posticus, peronaeus primus, long fibular muscle; is located in a shin. Beginning: ectocondyle tibial and upper third fibular bones, capsule of an intertibial joint, front and back intermuscular partitions and fascia of a shin. It is attached and e: bottom surface medial wedge-shaped and the I plusnevy bones., Blood supply:. genus inf. lat. peronea (fibularis). tibialis ant. Innervation:

n. peroneus superficialis, Liv — Si «Function: bends in the bottom direction, about-niruyet and allocates knaruzh for stop.

677., Peroneus tertius (PNA), s. adductor digiti quinti fibularis, adductor digiti quinti longus, fibularis tertius (JNA), peronaeus parvus, peronaeus tertius (BNA), third fibular muscle (non-constant); is located on the back of foot. Beginning: lower third of a fibular bone and interosseous membrane. Attachment: the basis of the V plusnevy bone together with the fifth sinew of a long razgibatel of fingers. Blood supply:. tibialis ant. dorsalis pedis., Innervation: n. peroneus profundus, Liv-v-Function: lifts (prosh

rut) the outer edge of foot.

678. Petrosalpingostaphylinus, a Kama-nisto-trubo-lingular muscle, see Levator veli palatini.

679. Pharyngopalatinus, a pharyngopalatine muscle, see Palatopharyngeus.

680. Pharyngostaphylinus, a glotochnoyazychkovy muscle, see Palatopharyngeus.,

681. Phrenicus, a phrenic muscle, see, Diaphragma.

682., Phrenoperitonealis, a diafragmobryushinny muscle, see Suspensorius duodeni.,

683. Piriformis (PNA, JNA, BNA), s., iliacus externus piriformis, pyramidalis, quadrigeminus primus, pear-shaped mouse

tsa; the Beginning is located in a rump *: pelvic surface of a sacrum lateralny the II—IV pelvic sacral openings, capsule of a sacroiliac joint, upper edge of big sciatic cutting. Attachment: medial surface of a big spit of a femur. To r about in about with N and e * N and e: dd. gluteae sup. et inf., Innerva-ts and I: plexus sacralis, Si-hi-Funk

tion: takes away and rotates a hip of a knaruzha *

684. Plantaris (PNA, JNA, BNA), s,

extensor tarsi gracillimus, extensor tarsi gracillimus surae, extensor pedis minor, extensor tarsi minor, bottom muscle; is located in back area of a shin., Beginning: the subnodal surface of a femur over an ectocondyle and the capsule of a knee joint. Attachment: hillock of a calcaneus.,

Blood supply:. poplitea. And N-nervation: n. tibialis, Liv — Si. F at N to - c and I: takes part in bottom bending of foot, pulls the capsule of a knee joint and a fascia of a shin.

685. Platysma (PNA), s. latissimus colli, platysma myoides (JNA, BNA), quadratus genae, subcutaneus colli, hypodermic muscle of a neck; the Beginning is located on a neck *: fascia of big chest and deltoid muscles. Attachment: edge of a mandible, corner of a mouth and parotid and chewing fascia. Blood supply:. submentalis, a., cervicalis ascendens et superficialis. Innervation: r. colli n. facialis. Function: lifts and delays skin of a neck, pulls a corner of a mouth down.

686. Platysma myoides, a hypodermic muscle of a neck, see, Platysma.

687. Pleuralis, a pleural muscle, see, Scalenus minimus.

688. Pleuroesophageus, s. pleurooesopha-geus (BNA), pleurooesophagicus (JNA), plevropishchevodny muscle; is located in a mediastinum. Beginning: mediastinal pleura. Attachment: to a wall of a gullet.

689. Pleurooesophageus, a plevropishchevodny muscle, see Pleuroesophageus.,

690. Pleurooesophagicus, a plevropishchevodny muscle, see Pleuroesophageus.

691. Pleurotransversarius, a plevropoperechny muscle, see Scalenus minimus.,

692. Popliteus (PNA, JNA, BNA), s.,

subpopliteus, oblique movens tibiam, subnodal muscle; is located in back area of a knee. Beginning: lateral epicondyle of a femur, capsule of a knee joint (arc-shaped subnodal sheaf). Attachment: the back surface of a tibial bone is higher than the line of a soleus muscle., Blood supply. poplitea. Innervation: n. tibialis, Liv — Si. Funk

tion: bends a shin and turns it inside.

693. Praesternalis, a presternal muscle, see Sternalis.

694. Primus femoris, the first muscle of a hip, see Pectineus.

695. Procerus (PNA, BNA), s. depressor glabellae (JNA), depressor glabellae nasi, dorsalis narium, pyramidalis nasi, nasum dilatans, muscle of «arrogant men»; is located in a face. Beginning: bone ridge of the nose and aponeurosis of a nasal muscle. It is attached and e: face skin in the field of a glabella. Blood supply:. angularis. ethmoidalis ant. Innervation: n. facialis. Function: lowers face skin in the field of a glabella, forming cross folds.

696. Pronator inferior, the lower pronator, see Pronator quadratus.

697. Pronator magnus, the big pronator, see Pronator teres.

698. Pronator obliquus, the slanting pronator, see Pronator teres.

699. Pronator parvus, the small pronator, see Pronator quadratus.

700. Pronator qqairatus (PNA, JNA, BNA), s. cubitoraa/alis, pronator inferior, pronator parvus, oronator transversus, quadratus antibracnii, square pronator; is located in front area of a forearm. II and h and l about: distal couples -

vert a front surface of an ulna. II r and to r e p l of e of N and e: distal quarter of a front surface of a beam bone. Blood supply:

. interossea ant. Innervation: r. interosseus ant. n. mediani, CiV — Thb Function: proiirut a forearm and a brush.

701. Pronator rotundus, the round pronator, see Pronator teres.

702. Pronator teres (PNA, JNA, BNA),

s. pronator magnus, pronator obliquus, pronator rotundus, round pronator: is located in front area of a forearm. Beginning: a humeral head — a medial epicondyle of a humeral bone and a medial intermuscular partition, an elbow head — tuberosity of an ulna. Attachment: lateral on

a verkhnost of a beam bone its middle are higher. Blood supply:. brachialis. radialis. ulnaris. And N a nerve and - c and I: n. medianus, CVi_vii-of Funktsi I: pronirut and bends a forearm in an elbow joint.

703. Pronator transversus, the cross pronator, see Pronator quadratus.

704. Prostaticus (JNA. BNA), prostatic muscle. This term designate the muscle fibers surrounding and penetrating a prostate. In the PNA term it is replaced with substantia mus-cularis (prostate).

705. Prostaticus internus, an internal prostatic muscle, see Transversus perinei profundus.

706. Protractores anguli oris, muscles pulling a corner of a mouth see Incisivi labii superioris et inferioris.

707. Protrahens auriculae, the muscle pulling an auricle see Auricularis anterior.

708. Protrusores which are sticking out muscles see Incisivi labii superioris et inferioris.

709. Psoas magnus, a big lumbar muscle, see Psoas major.

710. Psoas major (PNA, JNA, BNA),

s. lumbalis, lumbalis internus, psoas magnus, big lumbar muscle, part of m. iliopsoas; is located in lumbar area and an ileal hole. Beginning: side surface of bodies and cross shoots of the XII chest and the I—IV lumbar vertebrae. Attachment: trochantin of a femur. To r about in about with N and e of N and e:. subcostalis, dd. lumbales

. iliolumbalis. And N of N of e r in and u and I: plexus lumbalis, Ln_iV. Function: bends a hip, attracts it to a stomach and turns knaruzh a little; at the fixed lower extremity bends a trunk forward in a hip joint.

711. Psoas minor (PNA, JNA. BNA),

s. psoas parvus, the small lumbar muscle (non-constant), is located in lumbar area. Beginning: side surface of a body of the XI chest and the I lumbar vertebrae. It is attached and e: the crest of a pubic bone, passes into a podvzdoshnogrebenchaty sheaf and an ileal fascia. Blood supply:

. lum balis. Innervation: plexus lumbalis, Li_iy Function: bends a trunk,

Strains an ileal fascia.

712. Psoas parvus, a small lumbar muscle, see Psoas minor.

713. Pterygoideus abducens, the taking-away alate muscle, see Pterygoideus Icteralis.

714. Pterygoideus alaris belonging to a wing an alate muscle see Pterygoideus lateralis.

715. Pterygoideus exterior, an outside alate muscle, see Pterygoideus lateralis.

716. Pterygoideus externus, an outside alate muscle, see Pterygoideus lateralis.

717. Pterygoideus internus, an internal alate muscle, see Pterygoideus medialis.

718. Pterygoideus lateralis (PNA, JNA), s. pterygoideus abducens, pterygoideus alaris, pterygoideus exterior, pterygoideus externus (BNA), pterygoideus minor, lateral alate muscle: is located in deep departments of side area of the person. Beginning: infratemporal platform and crest of a big wing of a wedge-shaped bone, outside plate of its alate shoot. P r and to r e p l of e of N and e: capsule and joint disk of a temporal and mandibular joint, alate pole of a condylar shoot of a mandible. To r about in wasps of N and e of N and e:. maxillaris. And N of N of e r-in and c and I: n. mandibularis. Funkts I: at unilateral reduction displaces a mandible to the opposite side, at bilateral reduction pushes it forward.

719. Pterygoideus major, a big alate muscle, see Pterygoideus medialis.

720. Pterygoideus medialis(PNA, JNA),

s. alaris internus, masseter internus, pterygoideus internus (BNA), pterygoideus major, medial alate muscle; is located in deep departments of side area of the person. Beginning: alate pole of an alate shoot of a wedge-shaped bone, pyramidal shoot of a palatal bone. G1 r and to r e p l of e-N and e: alate tuberosity of a corner of a mandible. Blood supply:. alveolaris sup. post. alveolaris inf. buccalis. And N of N ervats and I:

n. man dibularis. Function: at unilateral reduction displaces a mandible to the opposite side, at bilateral reduction lifts it and pushes forward.

721. Pterygoideus minor, a small alate muscle, see Pterygoideus lateralis.

722. Pterygopharyngeus, a kryloglotochny muscle, see Constrictor pharyngeus superior.

723. Pubioi'emoralis, a pubic and femoral muscle, see Adductor longus.

724. Pubioprostatieus, a pubic and prostatic muscle, see Sphincter urethrae.

725. Pubocavernosus, pubic peshche-ristaya a muscle, see Bulbospongiosus.

726. Pubococcygeus, pubic and coccygeal muscle, anteromedial part of m. levator ani; is located in the field of a bottom of a small pelvis.

727. Puboprostaticus (PNA, JNA), s. puhourethralis, pubic and prostatic muscle, front medial bunch of t. levator ani: is located in the field of a bottom of a small pelvis.

728. Puboreetalis (PNA), pubic pryamokishechnaya muscle, part of m. levator ani; is located in the field of a bottom of a small pelvis.

729. Pubourethralis. a pubic and urethral muscle, see Puboprostaticus.

730. Pubovaginalis, a pubic and vulval muscle, a part m. levator ani similar to levator prostatae at men.

731. Pubovesiealis (PNA, BNA), s. depressor vesicae urinariae, depressor vesicalis, pubic and vesical muscle; is located in a small basin. Beginning: pubic symphysis. P r and to r e and l of e of N and e: in the field of an internal opening of an urethra.

732. Pyramidalis, a pyramidal muscle, see Piriformis.

733.

Pyramidalis abdominis (PNA, JNA, BNA), s. iliacus externus pyramidalis pelvis, rectus abdominis anticus minor, succenturiatus, triangularis, pyramidal muscle; is located in pubic area of a perednebokovy abdominal wall. Beginning: pubic bone and pubic symphysis. P r and kreplen and e: white line of a stomach. Blood supply: and. epigastrica inf. Innervation: nn.

intercostales, n. iliohypogastricus, Thi — Li. F y h to a tion: strains the white line

of a stomach.

734. Pyramidalis auriculae (PNA),

s. fasciculus accessorius m. tragici, pyramidalis auriculae Jungi (BNA), superficialis tragici, tragohelicinus. pyramidal muscle of an auricle (rudimentary); is located in an auricle. On cha about: trestle of an auricle.

At to r e p l of e of N and e: awn of a curl. The II N-N of e r in and c and l: n. facialis.

735. Pyramidalis auriculae Jungi, pyramidal muscle of an auricle of Jung. see Pyramidalis auriculae.

736. Pyramidalis menti, a pyramidal muscle of a chin, see Depressor anguli oris.

737. Pyramidalis nasi, a pyramidal muscle of a nose, see Procerus.

738. Pyramidalis pelvis, a pyramidal muscle of a basin, see Pyramidalis abdominis.,

739. Pyramidostapedius, pyramidal stremennaya a muscle, see Stapedius.

740. Quadratus antibrachii, a square muscle of a forearm, see Pronator quadratus.

741. Quadratus cruris, a square muscle of a hip, see Quadratus femoris.

742.

Quadratus femoris (PNA, JNA, BNA), s. quadratus cruris, quadrigeminus quartus, square muscle of a hip; is located in a rump. Beginning: sciatic hillock of an ischium. Attachment: intertrochanteric

crest of a femur. To r about in about with N and e of N and e:. glutea inf. circumflexa femoris med. obturatoria. And N of N of e p in and - c and I: n. ischiadicus, LiV — Si. F at N to - c and I: rotates a hip of a knaruzha.

743. Quadratus genae, a square muscle of a cheek, see Platysma.

744. Quadratus inferior, the lower square muscle, see Depressor labii inferioris.

745. Quadratus labii inferioris, a square muscle of an under lip, see Depressor labii inferioris.

746. Quadratus labii mandibularis,

a square muscle of an under lip, see Depressor labii inferioris.

747. Quadratus .lumborum (PNA, JNA, BNA), s. rectus abdominis posticus, scalenus lumborum et iliolumbalis, square muscle of a waist; is located in lumbar area. Beginning: internal lip of a crest of an ileal bone, iliolumbar ligament, cross shoots of lumbar vertebrae. Attachment: XII edge, lumbocostal sheaf, cross shoots of the I—IV lumbar vertebrae. To r about in about with N and e-N and e:. subcostalis, dd. lumbales. iliolumbalis. Innervation: nn. spinales lumbales, ThXn — LiV-Function: bends a lumbar part of a backbone, lowers the XII edge.

748. Quadratus menti, a square muscle of a chin, see Depressor labii inferioris.

749.

Quadratus plantae (PNA, JNA, BNA), s. caput plantare (quadratum) of m. flexoris digitorum pedis longi, flexor accessorius (PNA), flexor accessorius pedis, square muscle of a sole; is located on a sole of foot. Beginning: calcaneus. Attachment: lateral edge of a sinew of a long sgibatel of fingers. Blood supply:. plantaris lat. Innervation:

n. plantaris lat., Si_ii. Function: korrigirut

action of a long sgibatel of fingers, giving to his draft the direct direction in relation to fingers.

750. Quadriceps cruris, a chetyrekhglavy muscle of a hip, see Quadriceps femoris.

751.

Quadriceps femoris (PNA, JNA, BNA), s. extensor cruris quadriceps, quadriceps cruris, triceps femoris, chetyrekhglavy muscle of a hip; is located in front area of a hip: consists of four heads; rectus femoris, vastus medialis, vastus lateralis, vastus intermedius, to-rye, connecting together, form the general sinew and are attached to tuberosity of a tibial bone in the form of a ligament of a patella. Blood supply:

. cir cumflexa femoris lat. Innervation: n. femoralis, Ln-iv-Function: time

gibat a shin in a knee joint, participates in bending of a hip in a hip joint.

752. Quadrigeminus brachii, a fourfold muscle of a shoulder, see Biceps brachii,

753. Quadrigeminus capitis, a fourfold muscle of the head, see Sternocleidomastoideus.

754. Quadrigeminus primus, the first fourfold muscle, see Piriformis.

755. Quadrigeminus quartus, the fourth fourfold muscle, see Quadratus femoris.

756. Quadrigeminus secundus, the second fourfold muscle, see Gemellus superior.

757. Quadrigeminus tertius, the third fourfold muscle, see Gemellus inferior.

758. Radialis, beam muscle, cm, Extensor carpi radialis longus.

759. Radialis anterior, front beam muscle, cm of Flexor carpi radialis.

760. Radialis anticus, a front beam muscle, see Flexor carpi radialis.

761. Radialis externus brevis, a short outside beam muscle, see Extensor carpi radialis brevis.

762. Radialis externus longus, a long outside beam muscle, see Extensor carpi radialis longus.

763. Radialis externus primus, the first outside beam muscle, see Extensor carpi radialis longus.

764. Radialis externus secundus, the second outside beam muscle, see Extensor carpi radialis brevis.

765. Radialis internus, an internal beam muscle, see Flexor carpi radialis.

766. Rect©coccygeus (PNA, BNA), s. rectococcygicus (JNA), retractor recti, pryamokishechno-coccygeal muscle; is located in the field of a bottom of a small pelvis. Beginning: front surface II and III coccygeal vertebrae. P r and to r e p l of ej ny: it is interwoven into a longitudinal muscular layer of a wall of a rectum.

767. Rectococcygicus, a pryamokishechnokopchikovy muscle, see Rectococcygeus.

768. Rectourethralis (PNA),

directly enterourethral muscle; is located in a small basin. Beginning: wall of a rectum. Attachment: on

a chalny part of an urethra.

769. Rectouterinus (PNA, JNA, BNA),

s. retractor uteri, rectouterine muscle; is located in a small basin. Beginning: wall of a rectum. P r and - fastening: outside muscular

layer of a uterus and vagina.

770. Rectovesicalis (PNA, BNA), rectovesical muscle; is located in a small basin. Beginning: wall of a rectum. Attachment: wall of a bladder.

771.

Rectus abdominis (PNA, JNA, BNA), s. rectus anterior abdominis, rectus anticus major, direct muscle of a stomach; is located on a front abdominal wall. Beginning: cartilages of Y — the VII edges, a body and a xiphoidal shoot of a breast. P r and - fastening: an upper branch of a pubic bone from a pubic symphysis to a pubic hillock. Blood supply: dd.

epigastricae sup. et inf. Innervation: nn. intercostales VII — XII, Thvn-hn-Funktion: pulls together a thorax with a basin, bends a trunk forward, takes part in formation of a prelum abdominale.

772. Rectus abdominis anticus minor, a small front direct muscle of a stomach, see Pyramidalis abdominis.

773. Rectus abdominis posticus, a back direct muscle of a stomach, see Quadratus lumborum.

774. Rectus abdominis superficialis, a superficial direct muscle of a stomach, see Sternalis.

775. Rectus anterior abdominis, a front direct muscle of a stomach, see Rectus abdominis.

776. Rectus anticus maior, a big front direct muscle, see Rectus abdominis.

777. Rectus anticus minor, a small front direct muscle, see Rectus capitis anterior.

778. Rectus bulbi inferior, the lower direct muscle of an eyeglobe, see Rectus inferior (oculi).

779. Rectus bulbi nasalis, a nasal direct muscle of an eyeglobe, see Rectus medialis (oculi).

780. Rectus bulbi superior, an upper direct muscle of an eyeglobe, see Rectus superior (oculi).

781. Rectus bulbi temporalis, a temporal direct muscle of an eyeglobe, see Rectus lateralis (oculi).

782. Rectus capitis anterior (PNA, BNA), s. rectus anticus minor, rectus internus minor, rectus capitis ventralis (JNA), front direct muscle of the head; is located between the Atlas and an occipital bone. Beginning: lateral weight at-



lant. Attachment: basilar part of an occipital bone. Blood supply: and. vertebralis

. pharyngea ascendens. Innervats I: r. anterior n. spinalis. Funkts and I: inclines the head forward and in the party.

I. Muscles of a basin and hip, in front: 1 — the big lumbar muscle (is cut off); 2 — a pear-shaped muscle; 3 — the iliolumbar muscle (is cut off); 4 — an edge muscle; 5 — the thin muscle (is cut off); 6 — a long adductor; 7 — a big adductor; 8 — a medial wide muscle of a hip;.9 — semimembranous muscle; 10 — a lateral wide muscle of a hip; 11 — an intermediate wide muscle of a hip; 12 — an average gluteus; 13 — the direct muscle of a hip (is cut off and raised); 14 — an ileal muscle. II. Muscles of a hip, in front: 1 — a pear-shaped muscle; 2 — an outside locking muscle; 3 — an edge muscle; 4 — the long adductor (is cut off); 5 — a big adductor; 6 — a semimembranous muscle; 7 — the direct muscle of a hip (is cut off); 8 — a biceps of a hip; 9 — the lateral wide muscle of a hip (is cut off); 10 — an intermediate wide muscle of a hip; 11 — the direct muscle of a hip (is cut off); 12 — an average gluteus. III. Muscles of a basin and hip, behind: 1 — an average gluteus; 2 — a small gluteus; 3 — an internal locking muscle; 4 — the big gluteus (is cut off); 5 — a square muscle of a hip; 6 — a small adductor (BNA); 7 — a lateral wide muscle of a hip; 8 — a biceps of a hip; 9 — the bottom muscle (is cut off) and the gastrocnemius muscle (is cut off); 10 — a soleus muscle; 11 — a subnodal muscle; 12 — a medial wide muscle of a hip; 13 — a semimembranous muscle; 14 — a big adductor; 15 — the semitendinous muscle and a long head of a biceps of a hip (are cut off); 16 — twin muscles; 17 — a pear-shaped muscle; 18 — the big gluteus (is cut off). IV. Muscles of a hip, behind: 1 — the average gluteus (is cut off); 2 — a small gluteus; 3 — twin muscles; 4 — an outside locking muscle; 5 — a small adductor (BNA); 6 — the big gluteus (is cut off); 7 — a lateral wide muscle of a hip; 8 — the subnodal muscle (is cut off); 9 — a medial wide muscle of a hip; 10 — a big adductor.

783. Rectus capitis anticus major, big front straight line? a muscle of the head, see Longus capitis.

784. Rectus capitis dorsalis major, a big dorsal direct muscle of the head, see Rectus capitis posterior major.

785. Rectus capitis dorsalis minor, a small dorsal direct muscle of the head, see Rectus capitis posterior minor.

786. Rectus capitis internus major, a big internal direct muscle of the head, see Longus capitis.

787. Rectus capitis lateralis (PNA, JNA.

BNA), lateral direct muscle of the head; is located between the Atlas and an occipital bone. Beginning: cross shoot of the Atlas. P r and to r e p l of e of N and e; lateral part of an occipital bone. To r about in about with N and e of N and e:. vertebralis

. occipitalis. To Inna R in and c and I: r. anterior n. spinalis cervicalis I and an anastomosis with n. spinalis cervicalis II. Ci_n. F at and to - c and I: inclines the head on one side, at bilateral reduction participates in an inclination of the head forward,

788.

Rectus capitis posterior major (PNA, BNA), s. rectus capitis dorsalis major (JNA), big back direct muscle of the head; is located in back area of a neck. Beginning: acantha of an axial vertebra. P r and to r p mold e e: nuchal platform of scales of an occipital bone. To r about in about with N of a G e and and e:. vertebralis. And yes N of e r in and c and I:


r. posterior n, spinalis cervicalis I, S Function: at unilateral reduction rotates the head in the party, at bilateral reduction inclines the head back.

789.

Rectus capitis posterior minor (PNA, BNA), s. rectus capitis dorsalis minor (JNA), rectus capitis posticus profundus, small back direct muscle of the head. Is located in back area of a neck. II and ~ h and l about: back hillock of the Atlas. P r and - to r e p l of e of N and e: nuchal platform of scales of an occipital bone. To r about in about with N and e-N and e:. vertebralis. Innervation:

n. suboccipitalis, S Foo of N to c and I: at unilateral reduction rotates the head in the party, at bilateral reduction inclines the head back.

790. Rectus capitis posticus rotundus, a round back direct muscle of the head, see Rectus capitis posterior minor.

791. Rectus capitis ventralis a ventral direct muscle of the head, see Rectus capitis anterior.

7 92. Rectus cruris, a direct muscle of a hip, see Rectus femoris.

793. Rectus femoris (PNA, JNA, BNA), s. nonus tibiae, nonus tibiam moventium, rectus cruris, rectus gracilis, direct muscle of a hip; is located in front area of a hip; one of heads of quadriceps femoris. Beginning: front lower ileal awn and upper edge of a lip of an acetabular hollow. Attachment: to tuberosity of a tibial bone a sinew the four-head of a muscle of a hip. To r about in about with N and e of N and e:. circumflexa femoris lat. Innervation: n. femoralis, Ln-iV' F Wu Yi to c and I: unbends a shin in a knee joint, participates in bending of a hip in a hip joint.,


794. Rectus gracilis, a fenny direct muscle, see Rectus femoris.

795. Rectus inferior (oculi) (PNA, BNA),

s. deprimens, humilis, rectus bulbi inferior (JNA), lower direct muscle (eyes); is located in an eye-socket. Beginning: the general tendinous ring around the visual channel and an adjacent part of an upper orbital crack. Attachment: the bottom of a sclera ahead of an equator of eyeball. Blood supply:. ophthalmica. Innervation: n. oculomotorius. Function:

rotates an eyeglobe down and several inside.

796. Rectus internus, an internal direct muscle, see Rectus medialis (oculi).

797. Rectus internus minor, small internal direct muscle; see


Rectus capi-■fio anfprinr 798. Rectus lateralis (oculi) (PNA, BNA), s. abducens, indignatorius, rectus bulbi temporalis (JNA), rectus oculi externus, lateral direct muscle (eyes); is located in an eye-socket. Beginning: one sinew from the general tendinous ring, another — from a root of a small wing of a wedge-shaped bone. Attachment: a lateral part of a sclera ahead of an equator of eyeball. Blood supply:. ophthalmica. Innervation: n. abducens. Function: rotates an eyeglobe of a knaruzha.

799. Rectus medialis (oculi)

(PNA, BNA), s. amatorius, rectus bulbi nasalis (JNA), rectus internus, medial direct muscle (eyes); the Beginning is located in an eye-socket: the general tendinous

ring around the visual channel and an adjacent part of an upper orbital crack. Attachment: a medial part of a sclera ahead of an equator of eyeball.» Blood supply: and. ophthalmica. Innervation: n. oculomotorius.,

Function: rotates an eyeglobe inside.

800. Rectus oculi externus, an outside direct muscle of an eye, see Rectus lateralis (oculi).

801. Rectus oculi major, a big direct muscle of an eye, see Rectus superior (oculi).

802. Rectus superior (oculi)

(PNA, BNA), s. attollens oculi, rectus bulbi superior (JNA), rectus oculi major, sublimis, superbus, upper direct muscle (eyes); is located in an eye-socket. Beginning: the general tendinous ring around the visual channel and an adjacent part of an upper orbital crack. Attachment: an upper part of a sclera ahead of an equator of eyeball. Blood supply:. ophthalmica. Innervation: n. oculomotorius. Function:

rotates an eyeglobe up and several knaruzha; due to connection with a sinew of m. levator palpebrae sup. at the same time raises an upper eyelid.

803. Rectus thoracis, a direct muscle of a breast, see Sternalis.

804. Regulator radii, a muscle, «the managing director of a beam bone», see Brachioradialis.

805. Retractor recti, the muscle delaying a rectum see Rectococcy-geus.

806. Retractor uteri, the muscle delaying a uterus see Rectouterina.

807. Retrahens auriculae, the muscle delaying an auricle see Auricularis posterior.

808. Retrahens tubae, the muscle delaying a pipe see Salpingopharyngeus.

809. Rhomboides major, a big rhomboid muscle, see Rhomboideus major.

810. Rhomboides minor, a small rhomboid muscle, see Rhomboideus minor.

811. Rhomboides superior, an upper rhomboid muscle, see Rhomboideus minor.

812. Rhomboideus anterior, a front rhomboid muscle, see Levator scapulae.

813. Rhomboideus inferior, the lower rhomboid muscle, see Rhomboideus major.

814. Rhomboideus major (PNA, BNA), s. rhomboideus inferior, rhomboides major (JNA), big rhomboid muscle; races

it is necessary in the area spint. Nachaloe acanthas of the I—IV chest vertebrae. At to p e p l of e of N and e: medial

edge of a shovel. Blood supply:. transversa colli, dd. intercostales post. And N of h e r in and c and I: n. dorsalis scapulae,

Civ-v-F y of N to c and I: brings closer a shovel to a backbone, lifting it a little up.

815. Rhomboideus minor (PNA, BNA), s. rhomboides minor (JNA), rhomboides superior, small rhomboid muscle; is located in a back. Beginning: acanthas of the VI—VII cervical vertebrae and nuchal sheaf. Prikreple-

II and e: medial edge of a shovel. Blood supply:. transversa colli, dd. intercostales post. Innervation: n. dorsalis scapulae, Civ_v * Function: brings closer a shovel to a backbone, lifting it a little up.

816. Risorius (PNA, JNA, BNA),

s. no vus (Santorini), zygomaticorisorius, muscle of «laughter»; is located in a face. Beginning: parotid and chewing fascia. Attachment: face skin

in the field of a corner of a mouth. Krovosnabzhe-n and e:. transversa faciei. buccalis

. infraorbitalis. Innervation: r. buccalis n. facialis. Function: pulls a corner of a mouth of a knaruzha, deepens a nasolabial fold.

817. Rotator humeri anticus, a front rotator of a humeral bone, see Subscapularis.

818. Rotator humeri posticus, a back rotator of a humeral bone, see Infraspinatus.

819. Rotatores (PNA, JNA, BNA), s. arcuum transversales, rotatores cervicis, rotatores breves, rotatores longi, rotatores lumborum, rotatores spinae, rotatores thoracis, spinotransversales brevissimi, rotators; are located in a back. Beginning: short rotators — cross shoots of chest vertebrae; long rotators — cross shoots of all vertebrae, except the Atlas, a dorsal surface of a sacrum. Attachment: short rotators — arches of overlying vertebrae, long rotators — acanthas of overlying vertebrae (through one vertebra). Innervation: rr. posteriores nn. spinalium. Function: rotate a backbone.

820. Rotatores breves, short rotators, see Rotatores.

821. Rotatores cervicis, rotators of a neck, see Rotatores.

822. Rotatores longi, long rotators, see Rotatores.

823. Rotatores lumborum, rotators of a waist, see Rotatores.

824. Rotatores spinae, rotators of an awn, see Rotatores.

825. Rotatores thoracis, rotators of a breast, see Rotatores.

826. Rotundus major, a big round muscle, see Teres major.

827. Sacci lacrimalis Horneri, a muscle of a dacryocyst of Horner, see Orbicularis oculi.

828. Sacer, a sacral muscle, see, Multifidus.

829. Sacrococcygeus anterior, a front sacrococcygeal muscle, see Sacrococcygeus ventralis.

830. Sacrococcygeus dorsalis (PNA), s. curvator coccygis (posterior), levator coccygis, sacrococcygeus posterior (BNA), sacrococcygeus posticus, sacrococcygicus dorsalis (JNA), dorsal sacrococcygeal muscle (rudimentary); is located on a back surface of two last sacral vertebrae.

831. Sacrococcygeus inferior, the lower sacrococcygeal muscle, see Sacrococcygeus ventralis.

832. Sacrococcygeus posterior, a back sacrococcygeal muscle, see Sacrococcygeus dorsalis.

833. Sacrococcygeus posticus, a back sacrococcygeal muscle, see Sacrococcygeus dorsalis.

834. Sacrococcygeus ventralis (PNA), s. curvator coccygis (anterior), depressor caudae, extensor coccygis, flexor caudae,

levator coccygis, sacrococcygeus anterior (BNA), sacrococcygeus inferior, sacrococcygicus ventralis (JNA), tenuis, ventral sacrococcygeal muscle (non-constant); is located on a pelvic surface of a sacrum. Beginning: a pelvic surface of a sacrum from the III sacral openings to a tailbone. It is attached and e: a ventral sacrococcygeal sheaf to

the II—IV coccygeal vertebrae. To r the island about with N and e of N and e:. sacralis lat. And N-nervation: nn. spinales sacrales IV — V et coccygeus. F unktion:

takes part in fixing of a tailbone.

835. Sacrococcygicus dorsalis, dorsal sacrococcygeal muscle, см^ Sacrococcygeus dorsalis.

836. Sacrococcygicus ventralis, a ventral sacrococcygeal muscle, see, Sacrococcygeus ventralis.

837. Sacrolumbalis, a sacrolumbar muscle, see Iliocostalis.

838. Sacrolumbus, a sacral and awned muscle, see Iliocostalis.

839. Sacrospinalis, see Erector spinae.,

840. Salpingopharyngeus (PNA, BNA), s. retrahens tubae, pipe and pharyngeal muscle; is located between the posterolateral surface of a throat and an acoustical pipe.,

841. Sartorius (PNA, JNA, BNA),

s. sutorius, sartorial muscle; is located in front area of a hip. H and is scarlet h about: upper front ileal awn of an ileal bone. Attachment: tuberosity and first line of a tibial bone, fascia of a shin. Blood supply: rr. musculares a. femoralis

. circumflexa femoris lat. Innervation: n. femoralis, Ln-in-Function: bends a hip in coxofemoral and a shin in a knee joint, at the bent knee rotates a shin of a knutra.

842. Satelles a. radialis, the muscle accompanying a beam artery, cm * with Brachioradialis.

843. Scalenus anterior (PNA, BNA),

s. scalenus anticus, scalenus primus, scalenus prior, scalenus triangularis, scalenus ventralis (JNA), front scalene; is located in front area of a neck. Beginning: front hillocks of cross shoots of the III—VI cervical vertebrae. Attachment: I edge. Blood supply:

. cervicalis ascendens et profundus. vertebralis. thyroidea inf. Innervation: anteriores nn. cervicalium V — VII, Cv-vii-F unktion: at unilateral reduction bends a neck aside, at bilateral reduction inclines a neck forward; raises the I edge, participates in the act of breath.

844. Scalenus anticus, a front scalene, see Scalenus anterior.

845. Scalenus dorsalis, a dorsal scalene, see Scalenus posterior.

846. Scalenus lumborum et iliolumbalis, iliolumbar and waists a scalene, see Quadratus lumborum.,

847. Scalenus medius (PNA, JNA, BNA),

s. scalenus minor, scalenus pleurae, scalenus secundus, suspensor pleurae, transversalis pleurae, average scalene; is located in front area of a neck., Beginning: front hillocks of cross shoots of all cervical vertebrae. P r and-krepleniye:1 edge. Blood supply:. cervicalis ascendens. cervicalis profunda. vertebralis. thyroidea inf. Innervation: rr. anteriores nn. cervicalium II — VIII, Sts-vin-F y of N of K-c and I: at unilateral reduction

bends a neck aside, at bilateral reduction bends a neck forward; raises the I edge, participates in the act of breath.

848.

Scalenus minimus (PNA, JNA, BNA), s. pleuralis, pleurotransversarius, the smallest scalene; is located in front area of a neck. H and is scarlet h about: cross shoot of the VII cervical vertebra. Attachment: vnutren

ny edge of the I edge and dome of a pleura, blood supply:. cervicalis profunda. vertebralis. Innervation: item,

cervicalis VIII, Sviu-Function: holds a dome

плевры^ 849. Scalenus minor, a small scalene, see Scalenus medius.

850. Scalenus pleurae, a scalene of a pleura, see Scalenus medius.

851. Scalenus posterior (PNA, BNA),

s. scalenus dorsalis (JNA), scalenus posticus, scalenus tertius, back scalene; is located in side area of a neck. Beginning: back hillocks of cross shoots of the V—VII cervical vertebrae. Attachment: II edge.

Blood supply: dd.

cervicales ascendens et profunda. vertebralis. thyroidea inf. Innervation: rr.

anteriores nn. cervicalium VII — VIII. Function: at unilateral reduction inclines a neck aside, at bilateral reduction inclines a neck forward; raises the II edge, participates in the act of breath.

852. Scalenus posticus, a back scalene, see Scalenus posterior.

853. Scalenus primus, the first scalene, see Scalenus anterior.

854. Scalenus prior, the first scalene, see Scalenus anterior.

855. Scalenus secundus, the second scalene, see Scalenus medius.

856. Scalenus tertius, the third scalene, see Scalenus posterior.

857. Scalenus triangularis, a triangular scalene, see Scalenus anterior.

858. Scalenus ventralis, a ventral scalene, see Scalenus anterior.

859. Scapulohyoideus, a scapular and hypoglossal muscle, see Omohyoideus.

860. Semicircularis, a semicircular muscle, see Orbicularis oculi.

861. Semifibulaeus, a semi-fibular muscle, see Peroneus brevis.

862. Semifibularis, a semi-fibular muscle, see Peroneus brevis.

863. Semimembranaceus, a semimembranous muscle, see Semimembranosus.

864. Semimembranosus (PNA, BNA),

s. flexor cruris tibialis, semimembranaceus (JNA), semimembranous muscle; is located in back area of a hip. Began about: sciatic hillock. Attachment: a medial condyle of pimpinella

ache bones, a fascia of a subnodal muscle, a back wall of the capsule of a knee joint with transition to a slanting subnodal sheaf. Blood supply: rr. perforantes a. profundae femoris. circumflexa femoris med. poplitea. And N of N of e p in a-c and I: n. ischiadicus, Liv — Si. F at N to - c and I: unbends a hip, bends a shin and rotates it inside.

865. Seminervosus, a semitendinous muscle, see Semitendinosus.

866. To Semispinalis (PNA, JNA, BNA),

floor awned muscle; is located in a back; consists of three parts: m. semispinalis capitis, t. semispinalis cervicis and t. semispinalis thoracis. H and is scarlet h about: cross shoots. Attachment: acanthas of cervical and

I—XI chest vertebrae (from the beginning to an attachment there pass more than four vertebrae). Blood supply: dd. lumbales, dd. intercostales posteriores, dd. cervicales ascendens et profunda. vertebralis. occipitalis. Innervation: rr. posteriores nn. spinalium, Ci — ThVr. F y h to c and I: unbends upper parts of a backbone, pulls the head back or holds it in the thrown-back situation, at unilateral reduction makes insignificant rotation of a trunk.

867. Semispinalis capitis (PNA, BNA),

s. biventer cervicis et complexus major, complexus, transversooccipitales (JNA), trigeminus, semi-awned muscle of the head; is located in a neck and a back. Beginning: joint shoots of IV —'

The VII cervical and cross shoots of the I—VI chest vertebrae. Attachment: scales of an occipital bone between top and bottom nuchal lines. Blood supply: dd. intercostales post.,

dd. cervicales ascendens et profunda. vertebralis. occipitalis. Innervation: rr. posteriores nn. spinalium. Function: unbends upper parts of a rachis, pulls the head back or holds it in the thrown-back situation; at spins. Beginning: a grudopoyasnichny fascia at the level of acanthas of the XI—XII chest and I—II lumbar vertebrae. Attachment: IX \XII edges. Blood supply: dd. intercostales posteriores. Innervation: nn. intercostales, Thix-xii. F At N to - c and I: lowers the lower edges.

886. Serratus posterior superior (PNA,

unilateral reduction makes insignificant rotation of a trunk.

868. Semispinalis cervicis (PNA, BNA),

s. spinalis cervicis, spinalis colli, semi-awned muscle of a neck; is located in a back and a neck. Beginning: cross shoots of the II—VII chest vertebrae. Attachment: awned otrost

ki II—VI cervical vertebrae. To r about in wasps of N and e of N and e: dd. intercostales posteriores, dd. cervicales ascendens et profunda. vertebralis. occipitalis. And N of h e p in a-c and I: rr. posteriores nn. spinalium. Function: unbends upper parts of a backbone, pulls the head back or holds it in the thrown-back situation; at unilateral reduction slightly rotates a trunk.

869. Semispinalis dorsi, a semi-awned muscle of a back, see Semispinalis thoracis.

870. Semispinalis thoracis (PNA), s. semispinalis dorsi (BNA), semi-awned muscle of a breast; is located in a back and a neck. Beginning: cross shoots

of the VI—XII chest vertebrae. C r and - fastening: acanthas

of the VI—VII cervical and I—VI chest vertebrae.

Blood supply: dd. lumbales,

dd. intercostales posteriores, dd. cervicales ascendens et profunda. vertebralis. occipitalis. Innervation: rr. posteriores nn. spinales. Funkts I: unbends a backbone; at unilateral reduction slightly rotates a trunk.

871. Semispinatus, a poluostny muscle, see Multifidus, Longissimus.

872. Semispinosus, a semi-awned muscle, see Spinalis.

873. Semitendineus, a semitendinous muscle, see Semitendinosus.

874. Semitendinosus (PNA, BNA),

s. se minervosus, semitendineus (JNA), semitendinous muscle; is located in back area of a hip. Beginning: sciatic hillock. Attachment: medial surface and tuberosity of a tibial bone, fascia of a shin. Blood supply: rr. perforantes and.

profundae femoris. Innervation: n. ischiadicus, Liv — Si. Function: unbends a hip, bends a shin and rotates its knutr.

875. Septum transversum, a cross partition, see Diaphragma.

876. Serrati interni, internal gear muscles, see Subcostales.

877. Serratus anterior (PNA, BNA),

s. serratus anticus, serratus lateralis, serratus magnus, serratus major, front gear muscle; is located on a sidewall of a breast. Beginning: I \IX edges. Attachment: medial edge, top and bottom vane angles. Blood supply:. thoracica lat.

thoracodorsalis. thoracica suprema, dd. intercostales post., r. descendens and. transversae colli. Innervation:

n. thoracicus longus, Cv ~ vm. Function: pulls a shovel of a knaruzha and forward, presses to a chest wall, promotes lifting of a hand above the horizontal line, at the fixed shovel raises edges, participating in the act of the strengthened breath.

878. Serratus anticus, a front gear muscle, see Serratus anterior.

879. Serratus anticus minor, a small front gear muscle, see Pectoralis minor.

880. Serratus dorsalis caudalis, a caudal dorsal gear muscle, see Serratus posterior inferior.

881. Serratus dorsalis cranialis, kra-, a nialny dorsal gear muscle,

see Serratus posterior superior.

882. Serratus lateralis, a lateral gear muscle, see Serratus anterior.

883. Serratus major, a big gear muscle, see Serratus anterior.

884. Serratus magnus, a big gear muscle, see Serratus anterior.

885. Serratus posterior inferior (PNA, BNA), s. dentatus posticus inferior, serratus dorsalis caudalis (JNA), serratus posticus inferior, lower back gear muscle (spins); is located in the field of


BNA), s. dentatus posterior superior, serratus dorsalis cranialis (JNA), serratus posticus superior, spinocostalis longus, an upper back gear muscle (spins); is located in a back. Beginning: acanthas of the VI—VII cervical and I—II chest vertebrae, nuchal sheaf. Also e is attached: II \V edges., Blood supply: dd. intercostales post. Innervation: nn. intercostales, Thi_iv Function: raises

upper edges.

887. Serratus posticus inferior, the lower back gear muscle, see Serratus posterior inferior.

888. Serratus posticus superior; an upper back gear muscle, see Serratus posterior superior.

889. Solaeus, a soleus muscle, see Soleus.

890. Soleus (PNA, JNA, BNA), s. solaeus, gastrocnemicus internus, soleus muscle; is located in back area of a shin. Beginning: head, lateral and back surface of a fibular bone, tendinous arch of a soleus muscle. Attachment: a calcaneal (Achilles) sinew to a hillock of a calcaneus together with sural and bottom muscles. Blood supply:. tibialis post. peronea (fibularis). Innervation: n. tibialis, Liv — Sn. Function: bends foot in the bottom direction.

891. Sphenosalpingostaphylinus, wedge-shaped pipe and lingular muscle, cm, Tensor veli palatini.

892. Sphincter ampullae, a sphincter of an ampoule, see Sphincter ampullae hepatopanc-reaticae.

893.

Sphincter ampullae hepatopancrea-ticae (PNA), s. sphincter ampullae (PNA), sphincter Oddi, sphincter of a hepatopancreatic ampoule; is located in a big nipple of a duodenum., Blood supply: dd.

pancreati-coduodenales sup. et inf. And N of N of e r in a-c and I: n. vagus, plexus celiacus, plexus hepaticus, plexus mesentericus sup. Function: squeezes a big nipple of a duodenum.

894. Sphincter ani cutaneus; skin sphincter of an anus; see Sphincter ani externus.

895.

Sphincter ani externus (PNA, JNA, BNA), s. orbicularis ani, sphincter ani cutaneus, sphincter ani superficialis, outside sphincter of an anus; is located in the field of a bottom of a small pelvis. Began about: top of a tailbone, zadneprokhodno-

coccygeal sheaf. Attachment: skin and tendinous center of a crotch, bulb of a penis. Blood supply. pudenda int. Innervation: nn. rectales inferiores from n. pudendus. Function: any szhi-matel of an anal orifice.

896. Sphincter ani internus (PNA, JNA, BNA), internal sphincter of an anus; is located in a wall of a lower part of a rectum. Blood supply:. rectalis inf. Innervation: nn. splanchnici pelvini. Function: involuntary sphincter of an anal orifice.

897. Sphincter ani superficialis, a superficial sphincter of an anus, see Sphincter ani externus.

898. Sphincter ani superior, an upper sphincter of an anus, see Sphincter ani tertius.

899. Sphincter ani tertius, s. O’Beirnei, sphincter ani superior, third sphincter of an anus; is located in the field of a cross fold of a wall of a rectum (at distance about 10 cm from an anal orifice). Blood supply: dd. rectales sup. et inf. And N of N of e r-

in and c and I: nn. splanclmici pelvini. Function: narrows a gleam of a rectum.

900. Sphincter ductus choledochi (PNA), sphincter of the general bilious channel; is located in an intramural part of the general bilious canal. Blood supply: dd. pancreaticoduodenales sup. et inf. Innervation: n. vagus, plexus celiacus, plexus hepaticus, plexus mesentericus sup. F y of N to c and I: narrows an intramural part of the general bilious canal.


901. Sphincter labiorum, a sphincter of lips, see Orbicularis oris.

902. Sphincter oculi, a sphincter of an eye, see Orbicularis oculi.

903. Sphincter Oddi, Oddi's sphincter, see Sphincter ampullae hepatopancreaticae.

904. Sphincter oris, a sphincter of a mouth, see Orbicularis oris.

905. Sphincter pupillae (PNA, JNA, BNA), sphincter of a pupil; is located in an iris of an eye near its pupillary edge. To r about in about with and and e of N and e: dd. ciliares ant. et post, longi. Innervation: parasympathetic, preganglionic fibers on n. oculomotorius, postganglionic — from gangl, ciliare on nn. ciliares breves. F at N to - c and I: narrows a pupil.

906. Sphincter pylori (PNA, JNA, BNA),

sphincter of the gatekeeper; is located in a pyloric part of a stomach. To r the island about with N and e of N and e:. gastrica dext., and. gastroduodenalis. gastroepiploica dext. Innervation: nn. vagi. F at N to -

c and I: narrows the channel of the gatekeeper, closing escaping of a stomach.

907. Sphincter urethgaye (PNA), s. constrictor isthmi Urethralis, constrictor urethrae, constrictor urethrae membranaceae, isthmi Urethralis, ischiorectalis, ischiourethralis, orbicularis urethrae membranaceae, pubio-prostaticus,

sphincter urethrae diaphragma ticae (JNA), sphincter urethrae membranaceae (BNA), stratum circulare isthmi urethrae, stratum internum isthmi urethrae,

stratum musculare horizontale transversum isthmi urethrae, stratum musculare superius isthmi urethrae, transversourethralis, Wilsoni,

sphincter of an urethra;

is located around a webby part of an urethra. To r about in wasps of N and e of N and e:. pudenda int. To Inna r-in and c and I: n. pudendus. Function:

any sphincter of an urethra.

908. Sphincter urethrae diaphragmaticae, a sphincter of a phrenic urethra, see Sphincter urethrae.

909. Sphincter urethrae membranaceae,

a sphincter of a webby urethra, see

Sphincter urethrae.

910. Sphincter vaginae (muliebris), a sphincter of a vagina (women's), see Bulbospongiosus.

911. Sphincter vesicae (JNA), a szhimatel of a bladder (the term is expelled from PNA since the sufficient evidence of existence in a bladder of such sphincter is not obtained).

912. Spinalis (PNA, JNA, BNA), s. semispin osus, spinatus, awned muscle; is located along acanthas of vertebrae; consists of three parts: m. spinalis capitis, t. spinalis cervicalis, t. spinalis thoracis. Blood supply:. occipitalis. cervicalis profunda, dd. intercostales post. And N of N of e p in and c and I: nn. spinales. Funkts and I: unbends a backbone.

913. Spinalis capitis (PNA, BNA), s. spinotransversalis, awned muscle of the head (non-constant), part of m. spinalis; is located in back area of a neck. Beginning: acanthas of upper chest and

lower cervical vertebrae. P r and to p e ri-l e of N and e: lower nuchal line or outside occipital ledge of an occipital bone. Blood supply:. occipitalis. cervicalis profunda. And N of N of e r ~ in and c and I: rr. posteriores nn. spinales.

Function:

the rachis of Pi unbends the head.

914. Spinalis cervicis (PNA, BNA),

s. interspinales cervicis longi, interspinales supernumerarii, semispinalis cervicis, spinalis colli, superspinalis colli, awned muscle of a neck, part of m. spinalis; is located in back area of a neck and in a back. Beginning: acanthas of the VI—VII cervical and I—II chest vertebrae. Attachment: awned otrost

ki II—IV cervical vertebrae. Shelter of au supply:. cervicalis profunda, dd., intercostales post. Innervation: of posteriores nn. spinales. F y of N to c and I: unbends a backbone.

915. Spinalis colli, awned muscle of a neck, ohm. Semispinalis cervicis, Spinalis cervicis.

916. Spinalis dorsi, an awned muscle of the Back, see Spinalis thoracis.

917. Spinalis thoracis (PNA), s. spinalis dorsi (BNA), an awned muscle of a breast, a part of m. spinalis is located in a back. Beginning: acanthas of the X—XII chest, I—III lumbar vertebrae. Attachment: acanthas of the II—III chest vertebrae. Blood supply: dd. intercostales post. Innervation: rr. posteriores nn. spinales. F y of N to c and I: unbends a backbone.


I. Muscles of a hip, medial surface: 1 — a pear-shaped muscle; 2 — a big gluteus; 3 — a big adductor; 4 — a semitendinous muscle; 5 — a semimembranous muscle; 6' — a gastrocnemius muscle; 7 — a medial wide muscle of a hip; 8 — a direct muscle of a hip; 9 — a long adductor; 10 — a short adductor; 11 — an edge muscle; 12 — an ileal muscle; 13 — a big lumbar muscle. II. Muscles of a shin and foot, in front: 1 — a joint muscle of a knee; 2 — four glavy muscle of a hip (are cut off); 3 — a long razgibatel of a thumb; 4 — a short razgibatel of fingers; 5 — a short razgibatel of a thumb of foot; 6 — a short fibular muscle. III. Muscles of a shin and foot, lateral surface: 1 — the chetyrekhglavy muscle of a hip (is cut off); 2 — a front tibial muscle; 3 — a long razgibatel of fingers; 4 — a long razgibatel of a thumb; 5 — the third fibular muscle; 6 — the muscle which is taking away a little finger; 7 — a short fibular muscle; 8 — a soleus muscle; 9 — a long fibular muscle; 10 — a gastrocnemius muscle; 11 — the biceps of a hip (is cut off). IV. Muscles of a shin, back surface: 1 — a lateral wide muscle of a hip; 2 — a bottom muscle; 3 and 5 — the gastrocnemius muscle (is cut off); 4 — a soleus muscle; 6 — a short fibular muscle; 7 — a long sgibatel of fingers; 8 — a subnodal muscle; 9 — a medial wide muscle of a hip. V. Muscles of a shin, behind, deep layer: 1 — the bottom muscle (is cut off); 2 — a gastrocnemius muscle; z — a sinew of a biceps of a hip; 4 — the soleus muscle (is cut off); 5 — a back tibial muscle; 6 — a long fibular muscle; 7 — a short fibular muscle; 8 — a long sgibatel of a thumb of foot; 9 — a long sgibatel of fingers; 1 about — a subnodal muscle.


918. Spinatus, an axis muscle, see Spinalis.

919. Spinocaudalis, an awned and tail muscle, see Coccygeus.

920. Spinocostalis longus, a long awned and costal muscle, see Serratus posterior superior, Serratus posterior inferior.

921. Spinotransversales brevissimi, the shortest awned and cross muscles, see Rotatores.

922. Spinotransversalis, an awned and cross muscle, see Spinalis capitis, Splenius cervicis.

923. Splenius capitis (PNA, JNA, BNA),

s. spinotransversalis, triangularis, belt muscle of the head; is located in back area of a neck. Beginning:

acanthas of the VII cervical, the I—III chest vertebrae, nuchal sheaf. Attachment: upper nuchal line заты^

lochny and mastoid of a temporal bone. Blood supply:. occipitalis, dd. cervicales superficialis et profunda. vertebralis. Innervation: rr. posteriores nn. cervicalium. Function: at unilateral reduction

turns the head in the party, at bilateral reduction inclines the head "back.

924.

Splenius cervicis (PNA, JNA, BNA), s. spinotransversalis, triangularis, belt muscle of a neck; is located in back area of a neck. Beginning:

acanthas and mezhostny teams of III — "The VI chest vertebrae. Attachment: back hillocks of cross shoots of the I—III cervical vertebrae. Shelter of au supply: dd.

cervicales superfi cialis et profunda. vertebralis. And N of N of e r-in and c and I: rr. posteriores nn. cervicalium, Ciii-viii-Function: inclines a neck

back and aside.

925. Stapedius (PNA, JNA, BNA), s. ru-ramidostapedius, the stapedial muscle, is located in a drum tympanic cavity. Beginning: pyramidal eminence of a mastoidal wall of a drum cavity. Attachment: a back leg of a stirrup at a head. Krovosnabzhe-n and e:. stylomastoidea. tympanica post. Innervation: n. stapedius. F at N to - c and I: displaces a stirrup in a window of a threshold.

926. Staphylinus, a lingular muscle, see, Tensor veli palatini.

927. Sternal is (PNA, JNA, BNA), s. episternalis, pectoralis rectus, praesterna-lis, rectus abdominis superficialis, sternalis brutorum, sternocostalis, thoracicus, triangularis anterior; sternal muscle (non-constant); is located on a lobby on -

verkhnost of a breast. Beginning: a fascia in the field of a xiphoidal shoot of a breast. It is attached and e: a superficial fascia in a big pectoral muscle. Innervation: nn. intercostales III — VI.

928. Sternalis brutorum, a sternal muscle of animals, see Sternalis.

929. Sternocleidohyoideus, a grudinoklyuchichno-hypoglossal muscle, see Sternohyoideus.

930.

Sternocleidomastoideus (PNA, JNA, BNA), s. mastoideus colli, nutator capitis, sustentator capitis, quadrigeminus capitis, grudino - a clavicular and mastoidal muscle is located in grudino-klyuchichnosostsevidny area of a neck. Beginning: a sternal head — the handle of a breast, a clavicular head — the sternal end of a clavicle. Attachment: mastoid of a temporal bone and upper nuchal line of an occipital bone. Blood supply: and. Sternocleidomastoidea. occipitalis. auricularis post. thyroidea sup. cervicalis superficialis. transversa colli. Innervation: plexus cervicalis, n. accessorius. Function: at one

third-party reduction inclines the head, turning at the same time the person to the opposite side, at bilateral reduction throws back the head.

931. Sternocostalis, a grudinoreberny muscle, see Sternalis, Transversus thoracis.

932. Sternocostothyreoideus, grudino - a costal and thyroid muscle, see Sterno-thyroideus.

933. Sternohyalis, a grudinogialinovy muscle, see Sternohyoideus.

934. Sternohyoideus (PNA, JNA, BNA), s. cleidohyoideus, depressor ossis hyoidei, sternocleidohyoideus, sternohyalis, grudinopodjyazychny muscle; is located in front area of a neck. Beginning: rear edge of the handle of a breast, capsule of a grudinoklyuchichny joint, sternal end of a clavicle. Attachment: bottom edge of a hypoglossal bone. Blood supply:. thyroidea sup. lingualis. Innervation: of anteriores nn. spinalium cervicalium I — III, Ci_m. Function: lowers a hypoglossal bone.

935. Sternothyreoides, a grudinoshchitovidny muscle, see Sternothyroideus.

936. Sternothyreoideus, a grudinoshchitovidny muscle, see Sternothyroideus.

937. Sternothyricus, a grudinoshchitovidny muscle, see Sternothyroideus.

938. Sternothyroideus (PNA), s. sternocostothyreoideus, sternothyreoides, sternothyreoideus (JNA, BNA), sternothyricus, grudinoshchitovidny muscle; is located in front area of a neck. Beginning: back surface of the handle of a breast, the first, and sometimes and the second costal cartilages. It is attached and e: slanting line of a thyroid cartilage. Blood supply:. thyroidea sup. lingualis. Innervation: rr. anteriores nn. spinales cervicales I — III. F unktion: lowers a thyroid cartilage.

939. Stratum circulare isthmi urethrae, a circular layer of an isthmus of an urethra, see Sphincter urethrae.

940. Stratum internum isthmi urethrae, the inner layer of an isthmus of an urethra, see Sphincter urethrae.

941. Stratum musculare horizontale transversum isthmi urethrae, a cross horizontal muscular layer of an isthmus of an urethra, see Sphincter urethrae.

942. Stratum musculare linguae transversum, a cross muscular layer of language, see Transversus linguae.

943. Stratum musculare superius isthmi urethrae, a top muscular layer of an isthmus of an urethra, see Sphincter urethrae.

944. Stratum thyreomembranosus, shchito - a visible and webby layer, see Thyroepiglot-ticus.

945. Styloceratoideus, a shilorozhkovid-ny muscle, see Stylohyoideus.

946. Styloglossus (PNA, JNA, BNA),

shiloyazychny muscle; is located in a neck above a hypoglossal bone. Beginning: awl-shaped shoot of a temporal

bone and shilopodjyazychny ligament. Prikreple of N and e: side edges of a root of language. Blood supply: and * lingualis. palatina ascendens. And N of N of e r-in and c and I: n. hypoglossus. Function: delays language up and kzad.

947. Stylohyalis, a shilogialinovy

muscle, see Stylohyoideus.

948. Stylohyoideus (PNA, JNA, BNA), s. levator ossis hyoidei, styloceratoideus, stylohyalis, stylohyoideus major, shilopodjyazychny muscle; is located in a neck above a hypoglossal bone. Beginning: awl-shaped shoot of a temporal bone. Attachment: body and big horn of a hypoglossal bone. Blood supply:. occipitalis. auricularis post. lingualis. Innervation: r. digastricus n. facialis. Function: raises a hypoglossal bone.

949. Stylohyoideus major, a big hypoglossal muscle, see Stylohyoideus.

950. Stylopharyngeus (PNA, BNA), s. dilatator pharyngis, levator pharyngis externus, stylopharyngeus (JNA), stylopharyngi-cus, stylopharyngolaryngeus shiloglotoch-ny muscle; is located in a neck and a posterolateral wall of a throat. Beginning: awl-shaped shoot of a temporal bone. Attachment: posterolateral wall of a throat, thyroid cartilage of a throat, epiglottis. Blood supply:. pharyngea ascendens. Innervation: n. glossopharyngeus. F unktion: raises a throat.

951. Stylopharyngeus, a shiloglotochny muscle, see Stylopharyngeus.

952. Stylopharyngolaryngeus, shiloglo - an exact and guttural muscle, see Stylopharyngeus.

953. Subclavius (PNA, JNA, BNA),

subclavial muscle; is located in subclavial area of a breast. Beginning: cartilage of the I edge. Attachment: acromial end of a clavicle. Blood supply:. suprascapularis. thoracoacromialis. Innervation: n. subclavius, Siv-vi-Function: delays

a clavicle down and medially.

954. Subcostales (PNA, JNA, BNA), s. depressores costarum proprii, infracostales, serrati interni, transversi thoracis posteriores, subcostal muscles; are located on an inner surface of the lower edges at their back ends. Beginning: underlying edges. Attachment: overlying edges (through one or two edges). Innervation: nn. intercostales. F unktion: lower the lower edges.

955. Subcrurales externus et internus, an outside and internal subfemoral muscle, see Articularis genus.

956. Subcutaneus colli, a hypodermic muscle of a neck, see Platysma.

957. Sublimis, a superficial muscle, see Rectus superior (oculi).

958. Subglenoidalis, a subjoint muscle, see Subscapularis.

959. Suboccipitalis, a suboccipital muscle, see Transversus nuchae.

960. Subpopliteus, a subnodal muscle, see Popliteus.

961. Subpubiofemoralis, podlobkovo-troubles-rennaya a muscle, see Adductor brevis.

962. Subscapularis (PNA, JNA, BNA),

s. infrascapularis, immersus, rotator humeri anticus, subscapularis major, subscapulohu-meralis, subglenoidalis, infrascapular muscle; is located ahead of a shovel. Beginning: costal surface of a shovel and infrascapular fascia. P r and to p e p-leniye: small hillock of a humeral bone. To r about in about with N and e of N and e:. subscapularis. Innervation: n. subscapularis,

Cv-vii-Funk of c and I: rotates a shoulder

inside, gives it (at the same time delays the capsule of a shoulder joint), lowers the raised shoulder.

963. Subscapularis major, a big infrascapular muscle, see Subscapularis.

964. Subseapulohumeralis, a subscapularhumeral muscle, see Subscapularis.

965. Succenturiatus, an additional muscle, see Pyramidalis abdominis.

966. Superbus, a muscle of «arrogance», see Mentalis, Rectus superior (oculi).

967. Superciliaris medialis, a medial superciliary muscle, see Depressor supercilii, Orbicularis oculi.

968. Supercilii, a muscle of an eyebrow, see Orbicularis oculi.

969. Superficialis tragici, a superficial muscle of a trestle, see Pyramidalis auriculae.

970. Superspinalis colli, a supraspinal muscle of a neck, see Spinalis cervicis.,

971. Supinator (PNA, JNA, BNA),

s. supinatorius, supinator brevis, instep support; is located in back area of a forearm. Beginning: lateral epicondyle of a humeral bone, beam collateral ligament, ring ligament of a beam bone and crest of an instep support of an ulna. Attachment: a beam

bone from tuberosity to an attachment of the round pronator. To r about in about with N and e-N and e:. recurrens radialis. And N a nerve and - c and I: r. profundus n. radialis, GV-vni, F unktion: rotates a forearm of a knaruzha and unbends a hand in an elbow joint -

972. Supinator brevis, a short instep support, see Supinator.

973. Supinator longus, a long instep support, see Brachioradialis.

974. Supinator primus, the first instep support, see Brachioradialis.

975. Supinatorius, the supinating muscle, see Supinator.

976. Supra spinam, a supraspinal muscle, see Supraspinatus.

977. Supraspinatus (PNA, BNA),

s. sup ra spinam (JNA), supraspinal muscle; is located in scapular area. H and is scarlet h about: supraspinal pole of a shovel and supraspinal fascia. Attachment: big

hillock of a humeral bone. Blood supply:. suprascapularis^ a. circumflexa scapulae. Innervation: n. suprascapularis, Cv-vi» Function: takes a hand aside.

978. Suspensor pleurae, the muscle suspending a pleura see Scalenus medius.

979. Suspensorium testis, the muscle suspending a small egg see Cremaster.

980. Suspensorius, the suspending muscle, see Cremaster.

981. Suspensorius duodeni (PNA, JNA, BNA), s. phrenoperitonealis, the muscle suspending a duodenum; is located in epigastriß area of a stomach. Beginning: a circular muscular layer of a gut in the place of a dvenadtsatiperstnotoshchy bend. It is attached and e: at the beginning of an upper mesenteric artery, a celiac trunk and ppavy legs of a diaphragm. Function: Fixes a duodenal and lean bend of a small bowel.

982. Sustentator capitis, the muscle supporting the head see Sternocleidomastoideus.

983. Sustentator penis, the muscle supporting a penis, cm, Ischiocavernosus.

984. Sutorius, a muscle of «tailors», see Sartorius.

985. Temporalis (PNA, JNA, BNA), s. temporomaxillaris, temporal muscle; is located in temporal area. H and is scarlet h about: bone surface of a temporal pole and temporal fascia. Attachment: coronal shoot and branch of a mandible. Blood supply:. temporalis media, dd. temporales profundae. Innervation: n. mandibularis. F y of N to - c and I: lifts a mandible and pulls it back.

986. Temporalis superficialis, a superficial temporal muscle, see Auricularis anterior.

987. Temporomaxillaris, a temporal and maxillary muscle, see Temporalis.

988. Temporoparietalis, a temporoparietal muscle, see Epicranius.

989. Tensor chorioideae, the muscle straining an idiovascular cover see Ciliaris.

990.

Tensor fasciae latae (PNA, JNA, BNA), s. aponeuroticus, fascialis, femoralis, glutaeus anterior, glutaeus lateralis, ilio-aponeuroticus, iliotibialis, membranosus, tensor vaginae femoris, napryagatel of a wide fascia (hip); is located in front area of a hip. Beginning: upper front ileal awn and general aponeurosis of average and small gluteuses. P r and to p e p l of e of N and e: passes

into the ileal and tibial highway or

Roca of a fascia of a hip, to-ry it is attached to an ectocondyle of a tibial bone. Blood supply:. glutea sup. circumflexa femoris lat. Innervation: n. gluteus sup.,

Liv — Si. F y of N to c and I: strains a wide fascia of a hip, bends a shin in a knee joint, takes away and bends a leg and a trunk in a hip joint.

991. Tensor palati mollis, the muscle straining a soft palate see Tensor veli palatini.

992. Tensor tarsi, the muscle straining a cartilage of a century see Orbicularis oculi.

993. Tensor tympani (PNA, JNA, BNA), s. Eustachii, mallei, mallei interni, the muscle straining a tympanic membrane; is located on average to fish soup. Beginning: cartilaginous wall of an acoustical pipe, wall of the muscular and pipe channel, angular awn of a wedge-shaped bone, stony part of a temporal bone. Attachment: the handle of a hammer near his neck. To Inna r-in and c and I: n. tensoris tympani. Function: delays inside the handle of a hammer, strains a tympanic membrane.

994. Tensor vaginae femoris, the muscle straining a vagina of a hip see Tensor fasciae latae.

995. Tensor veli palatini (PNA, JNA, BNA), s. circumflexus palati, dilatator tubae Eustachii, peristaphylinus, sphenosalpin-gostaphylinus, staphylinus, tensor palati mollis, the muscle straining a palatine velum; is located in deep departments of side area of a neck. Beginning: navicula and internal plate of an alate shoot, lower surface and angular awn of a big wing of a wedge-shaped bone, cartilaginous and webby part of an acoustical pipe. Attachment: palatal aponeurosis of a soft palate. To Inna r-in and c and I: n. tensoris veli palatini, n. mandibularis. Function: stretches a soft palate and strains a palatal aponeurosis, expands a gleam of an acoustical pipe.

996. Tenuis, a thin muscle, see Sacro-coccygeus ventralis.

997. Teres major (PNA, JNA, BNA),

s. rotundus major, big round muscle; is located in the field of a belt of an upper extremity. Beginning: dorsal surface of a bottom corner of a shovel. P r and - fastening: crest of a small hillock of a humeral bone. Blood supply:. subscapularis. Innervation:

item subscapularis, Cv_vn. Function: gives a shoulder, rotates inside, pulls it down and back.

998. Teres minor (PNA, JNA, BNA), ma

bark round muscle; is located in the field of a belt of an upper extremity. H and is scarlet h about: lateral edge of a shovel. P r and - fastening: big hillock to a pla

Ceva of a bone. Blood supply:. circumflexa scapulae. Innervation: n. axillaris, Cv-Function: pulls a shoulder back, rotating its knaruzh.

999. Thoracicus, a pectoral muscle, see Sternalis.

1000. Thyreoarytaenoideus externus, an outside shchitocherpalovidny muscle, see Thyroarytenoideus.

1001. Thyreoarytaenoideus inferior major, a big lower shchitocherpalovidny muscle, see Vocalis.

1002. Thyreoarytaenoideus internus, an internal shchitocherpalovidny muscle, see Ventricularis.

1003. Thyreoarytaenoideus medialis, a medial shchitocherpalovidny muscle, see Ventricularis.

1004. Thyreoarytaenoideus minor, small shchitocherpalovidny muscle, cm, Ventricularis.

100 5. Thyreoarytaenoideus superior,

upper shchitocherpalovidny muscle, um. Thyroarytenoideus, Ventricularis.

1006. Thyreoepiglotticus, a shchitonadgortanny muscle, see Thyroepiglotticus.

1007. Thyreoepiglotticus inferior, the lower shchitonadgortanny muscle, see Thvro-epiglotticus.

1008. Thyreoepiglotticus major, a big shchitonadgortanny muscle, see Thv-roepiglotticus.

1009. T h y reo h y a 1 i.s, a shchitogialinovy muscle, see Thyrohyoideus *

1010. Thyreohyoideus, a shchitopodjyazychny muscle, see Thyrohyoideus.

1011. Thyreomembranosus inferior, the lower shchitopereponchaty muscle, see Thyroepiglotticus.

1012. Thyreopharyngeus, a shchitoglotochny muscle, see Constrictor pharyngis inferior.

1013. Thyreopharyngopalatinus, a shchito-pharyngopalatine muscle, see Palatopharyn-geus.

1014. Thyreopharyngostaphylinus, Russian cabbage soup -

that is a pharyngeal and lingular muscle, see Pala-topharyngeus.

1015. Thyroarytenoideus (PNA), s. pars lateralis m. thyreoarytaenoidei (JNA), thyreoarytaenoideus externus (BNA), thy-reoarytenoideus superior, shchitocherpalovidny muscle; is located in a throat. H and -

h and l about: inner surface of a plate of a thyroid cartilage. Attachment: muscular shoot of an arytenoid cartilage. Innervation: n. laryngeus inf. Function: narrows a crack between voice shoots, strains phonatory bands a little.

1016. Thyroepiglotticus (PNA), s. dilatator vestibuli laryngis, stratum thyreomembranosus, thyreoepiglotticus (JNA, BNA), thyreoepiglotticus inferior, thyreo-epiglottieus major, thyreomembranosus inferior, shchitonadgortanny muscle; is located in a throat. Beginning: inner surface of a plate of a thyroid cartilage. Attachment: edge of an epiglottis. Innervation: n. laryngeus inf. Function: expands an entrance to a throat.

1017. Thyrohyoideus (PNA),

s. hyothy-reoideus, hyothyroideus, thyreohyalis, thyreohyoideus (JNA, BNA), shchitopodjyazychny muscle; is located in front area of a neck. Beginning: slanting line

of a thyroid cartilage. Attachment: body and basis of a big horn of a hypoglossal bone. To r about in about with N and e-N and e:. thyroidea sup. lingualis. And N-nervation: nn. spinales cervicales I and

II, Ci_n. F unktion: pulls a hypoglossal bone to a throat or raises a throat.

1018. Tibiaeus, a tibial muscle, see Tibialis anterior.

1019. Tibiaeus internus, an internal tibial muscle, see Tibialis posterior.

1020. Tibiaeus posticus, a back tibial muscle, see Tibialis posterior.

1021. Tibialis anterior (PNA, JNA, BNA), s. catenae, hippicus, tibiaeus, tibialis anticus, front tibial muscle; is located in front area of a shin. Beginning: ectocondyle and lateral surface of a tibial bone, fascia of a shin, interosseous membrane. Attachment: medial wedge-shaped and the first plusnevy bones. Blood supply:. tibialis ant. recurrens tibialis ant. Innervation: n. peroneus profundus. Function: unbends foot, bringing and supinating it a little.

1022. Tibialis anticus, a front tibial muscle, see Tibialis anterior.

1023. Tibialis posterior (PNA, JNA, BNA), s. tibiaeus internus, tibiaeus posticus, tibialis secundus, tibicus posticus, back tibial muscle: is located in back area of a shin. Beginning: interosseous membrane and adjacent parts of tibial and fibular bones. Attachment: tuberosity of a navicular, wedge-shaped bones, astragalus, bases of the II—IV plusnevy bones. Blood supply:. tibialis post. peronea (fibularis). And yes N of e r-in and c and I: n. tibialis, Lv — Siv F U of N to - c and I: bends, supinates and gives foot.

1024. Tibialis internus, an internal tibial muscle, see Tibialis posterior.

1025. Tibialis posticus, back pain-shebeotsovaya a muscle, see Tibialis posterior.

1026. Tibialis secundus, the second tibial muscle, see Tibialis posterior.

1027. Tibicus posticus, a .zadny tibial muscle, see Tibialis posterior.

1028. Trabeculae to a syagpeaa, fleshy trabeculas, see Pectinati.

1029. Trachealis (PNA), muscle of a trachea; is located in a webby wall of a trachea.

1030. Trachelomastoideus, cervical sos-tsevidnaya a muscle, see Longissimus capitis.,

1031. Tragi, a muscle of a trestle, see Tragicus.

1032. Tragicus (PNA, JNA, BNA), s.,

tragi, kozelkovy muscle (rudimentary); is located in an auricle. Beginning: the auricle is lower than a trestle. Attachment: outer

surface of a trestle. Innervation: item, facialis.

1033. Tragohelicinus, kozelkovo - is twisted - kovaya a muscle, see Pyramidalis auriculae.,

1034. Transversales dorsi inferiores, the lower cross muscles of a back, see, Multifidus.

1035. Transversales lumborum? cross muscles of a waist, see Multifidus.,

1036. Transversalis, a cross muscle, see Longissimus.

1037. Transversalis abdominis, a cross muscle of a stomach, see, Transversus abdominis.

1038. Transversalis capitis; a cross muscle of the head, see Longissimus capitis.

1039. Transversalis colli, a cross muscle of a neck, see Multifidus.

1040. Transversalis lumborum, a cross muscle of a waist, see Multifidus.

1041. Transversalis pleurae, a cross muscle of a pleura, see Scalenus medius.

1042. Transversalis pedis, a cross muscle of foot, see Adductor hallucis.

1043. Transversalis plantae, a cross muscle of a sole, see Adductor hallucis.

10 44. Transversi thoracis posteriores,

back cross muscles of a breast, see Subcostales.

1045. Transversoanalis; a cross and anal muscle, see Transversus perinei profundus.

1046. Transversocostales breves et longi, short and long cross and costal muscles, see Levatores costarum breves et longi.

1047. Transversooccipitalis, a poperechnozatylochny muscle, see Semispinalis capitis.

1048. Transversourethralis, a poperechnouretralny muscle, see Sphincter urethrae.

1049. Transversospinalis (PNA), cross and awned muscle; is located along a backbone on its back surface; consists of three parts: mm. semispinalis, multifidus, rotatores. Beginning: cross shoots of underlying vertebrae. Attachment: acanthas of overlying vertebrae.

1050.

Transversus abdominis (PNA, JNA, BNA), s. abdominis intimus, transversalis abdominis, cross muscle of a stomach; is located in a perednebokovy abdominal wall. Beginning: cartilages of the VII—XII edges, deep leaf of a poyasnichnospinny fascia, cross shoots of lumbar vertebras, internal lip of a crest of an ileal bone and inguinal ligament. Attachment: white line

of a stomach. Blood supply: and *

musculophrenica, dd. epigastricae sup. et inf. circumflexa ilium profunda. And N-nervation: nn. intercostales VII —

XII, n. iliohypogastricus, n. ilioinguinalis, ThVi — Lui. Function: flattens

an abdominal wall, pulls together lower parts of a thorax, takes part in formation of a prelum abdominale.

1051. Transversus anterior, a front cross muscle, see Transversus thoracis.

1052. Transversus auriculae (

PNA, JNA. BNA), cross muscle of an ear rakoina (rudimentary); is located in an auricle. H and is scarlet h about: eminence of an auricle. P r and - fastening: edge of an auricle

at the beginning of a tail of a curl. F unktion: brings closer a curl of an auricle to its edge.

1053. Transversus linguae (PNA, JNA, BNA),

s. stratum musculare linguae trans versum, cross muscle of language; is located in language. Beginning: partition of language. Attachment: side edges and back of the tongue. Blood supply:. lingualis. Innervation: n. hypoglossus. Function: narrows and extends language.

1054. Transversus mandibulae, a cross muscle of a mandible, see, Mylohyoideus.

1055. Transversus menti (PNA, JNA, BNA), cross muscle of a chin. Is located in mental area of the person, connects the left and right mental muscles. Function: raises face skin in a chin.

1056.

Transversus nuchae (PNA, JNA, BNA), s. corrugator posticus, suboccipita-lis, cross nuchal muscle (non-constant); is located in occipital area. Beginning: upper nuchal line and outside occipital ledge of an occipital bone. Attachment: head skin in the field of a lateral part of a nape, a sinew grudino - a clavicular and mastoidal muscle at the place of its attachment, an occipital fascia. Innervation: n. facialis. Function: pulls a fascia of a zata

of lochny area.

1057. Transversus pectoris, a cross muscle of a breast, see Transversus thoracis.

1058. Transversus perinei anterior, a front cross muscle of a crotch, see Transversus perinei profundus.

1059. Transversus perinei medius, an average cross muscle of a crotch, see Transversus perinei superficialis.

1060. Transversus perinei posterior, back cross muscle of a crotch, cm. Transversus perinei superficialis.

1061.

Transversus perinei profundus (PNA, JNA, BNA), s. constrictor urethrae membranaceae, Guthrie, ischiourethralis, prostaticus internus, transversoanalis, transversus perinei anterior, transversus perinei superior, triangularis perinei, triangularis trigoni Urethralis, Wilsoni, deep cross muscle of a crotch; is located in urinogenital area of a crotch. H and -

h and l about: sciatic hillock and part of the lower branch of an ischium. It is attached and e: tendinous center and seam of a crotch. Blood supply:

. pu denda int. Innervation: n. pudendus. Function: strengthens an urinogenital

diaphragm.

1062.Transversus perinei superior, an upper cross muscle of a crotch, see Transversus perinei profundus.

1063. Transversus perinei superficialis (PNA, JNA, BNA), s. ischioperinaealis, transversus perinaei medius, transversus perinaei posterior, cross muscle of a crotch; is located in a crotch. Beginning: lower branch of an ischium and superficial fascia of a crotch. Attachment: tendinous center of a crotch. Krovosnabzhen and e: and. pudenda int. And N of N of e r-in and c and I: n. pudendus. Function: fixes the tendinous center of a crotch.

1064. Transversus thoracis (PNA, JNA, BNA), s. infracostales, infrascapularis anterior, sternocostalis, transversus anterior, transversus pectoris, triangularis sterni, cross muscle of a breast; is located on an inner surface of a front chest wall. Beginning: back surface of a body of a xiphoidal shoot of a breast and cartilage of the VII edge. It is attached and e: cartilages of the II—VI edges. Blood supply: dd. thoracicae internae, rr. intercostales ant. Innervation: nn. intercostales II — VI, Thn_vi.

1065. Trapezius (PNA, JNA, BNA),

s. cucullaris, mensalis, trapezoid muscle; is located in a back. Beginning: upper nuchal line and outside occipital ledge, nuchal sheaf, acanthas of cervical and chest vertebrae. Attachment: acre

mialny end of a clavicle, akromion and awn of a shovel. Blood supply:. transversa colli. suprascapularis, dd. intercostales posteriores, and. occipitalis., Innervation: n. accessorius, nn.,

spinales cervicales II — IV, Sts-iy F y of N of k-c and I: brings closer a shovel to a backbone, lifts a belt of an upper extremity up, lowers a shovel, at unilateral reduction inclines the head in the party and turns the person to the opposite side, at reduction of both muscles the head deviates back.

1066. Triangularis, a triangular muscle, see Depressor anguli oris, Pyramidalis abdominis, Splenius capitis, Splenius cervicis.

1067. Triangularis anterior, a front triangular muscle, see Sternalis.

1068. Triangularis coccygis, a triangular muscle of a tailbone, see Coccygeus.

1069. Triangularis inferior, the lower triangular muscle, see Depressor anguli oris.

1070. Triangularis labii inferioris, a triangular muscle of an under lip, see Depressor anguli oris.

1071. Triangularis menti, a triangular muscle of a chin, see Depressor anguli oris.

1072. Triangularis perinei, a triangular muscle of a crotch, see Transversus perinei profundus.

1073. Triangularis sterni, a triangular muscle of a breast, see Transversus thoracis.

1074. Triangularis superior, an upper triangular muscle, see Levator anguli oris.

1075. Triangularis trigoni Urethralis,

a triangular muscle of an urethral triangle, see Transversus perinei profundus.

1076. Triceps antibrachii, a tricipital muscle of a forearm, see Triceps brachii.

1077. Triceps brachii (PNA, JNA, BNA),

s. extensor antibrachii, extensor cubiti magnus, extensor cubuti posticus, triceps antibrachii, triceps cubiti, tricipital muscle of a shoulder; is located in back area of a shoulder. Beginning: a long head — a subjoint hillock of a shovel, a medial head — a back surface of a humeral bone distalny furrows of a beam nerve, medial and lateral intermuscular partitions, a lateral head — a back surface of a humeral bone up and lateralno from a furrow of a beam nerve, a lateral intermuscular partition. Attachment: elbow shoot of an ulna, fascia of a forearm and capsule of an elbow joint. Blood supply:

. circumflexa humeri post. profunda brachii. Innervation: n. radialis, Cvi_vin-Function: unbends a forearm in an elbow joint.

1078. Triceps cubiti, a tricipital muscle of an elbow, see Triceps brachii.

1079. Triceps femoris, a tricipital muscle of a hip, see Quadriceps femoris.

1080. Triceps surae (PNA, JNA, BNA), tricipital muscle of a shin; is located in back area of a shin; consists of sural and kambalovidny muscles, to-rye by means of a calcaneal (akhillov) sinew are attached to a hillock of a calcaneus. Function: bends in the bottom direction and supinates foot, bends a shin in a knee joint.

1081. Trigeminus, a trigeminal muscle, see Semispinalis capitis.

1082. Trochlearis, a block muscle, see Obliquus superior (oculi).

1083. Tunica carnea cremasterica, the dartos suspending a small egg see Cremaster.

1084. Tunica carnea erythroides, a reddish dartos, see Cremaster.

1085. Tunica carnea testis, a dartos of a small egg, see Cremaster.

1086. Ulnaris internus, an internal elbow muscle, see Flexor carpi ulnaris.

1087. Uvulae (PNA, JNA, BNA),

s. azygos uvulae, motor uvulae, palatostaphy-linus, muscle of a uvula; is located in a soft palate. Beginning: a back nasal

awn of palatal bones and a tendinous plate of the muscle straining a palatine velum. Attachment: top of a uvula. Blood supply:. palatina descendens. Innervats and I: r. pharyngeus n. vagi. Function: lifts and shortens a uvula.,

1088. Vastus cruralis, a femoral wide muscle, see Vastus intermedius.

1089. Vastus crureus, a femoral wide muscle, see Vastus intermedius.

1090. Vastus externus, an outside wide muscle, see Vastus lateralis.

1091. Vastus femoralis, a femoral wide muscle, see Vastus intermedius.

1092. Vastus fibularis, a fibular wide muscle, see Vastus lateralis.

1093. Vastus intermedius (PNA, JNA, BNA), s. vastus cruralis, vastus crureus, vastus femoralis, vastus medius, intermediate wide muscle of a hip; is located in front area of a hip; one of heads of m. quadriceps femoris. H and it is scarlet h about: front and lateral surfaces of a femur. Attachment: basis of a patella. Blood supply:. circumflexa femoris lat., and. profunda femoris. And l of N of e p in and c and I: n. femoralis, Ln_iV. Function: unbends a shin in a knee joint.

1094. Vastus internus, an internal wide muscle, see Vastus medialis.

1095. Vastus lateralis (PNA, BNA),

s. extensor cruris, vastus externus, vastus fibularis (JNA), lateral wide muscle of a hip; is located in front area of a hip; one of heads of m. quadriceps femoris. Beginning: big spit, intertrochanteric line, buttock tuberosity, lateral bay of the rough line of a femur. It is attached and e: lateral edge and basis of a patella. Blood supply:. circumflexa femoris lat. profunda femoris. Innervation: n. femoralis, Lii_iv-Function: unbends a shin

in a knee joint.

1096. Vastus medialis (PNA, BNA),

s. vastus internus, vastus tibialis (JNA), medial wide muscle of a hip; is located in front area of a hip; one of heads of m. quadriceps femoris. H and it is scarlet h about: medial bay of the rough line of a femur, trailer sinews of long and big adductors. Attachment: medial edge

of a patella. Blood supply:. circumflexa femoris lat. profunda femoris. Innervation: n. femoralis, Lii_iv Function: unbends a shin in a knee joint.

1097. Vastus medius, an average wide muscle, see Vastus intermedius.

1098. Vastus tibialis, a tibial wide muscle, see Vastus medialis.

1099. Ventricularis (BNA),

s. arytaeno-epiglotticus inferior, compressor sacculi laryngis, thyreoarytaenoideus internus, thy-reoarytaenoideus medialis, thyreoarytaenoideus minor; ventricular muscle (throats); is located in throats, a part of t. aryepiglotticus. Beginning: lateral edge of an arytenoid cartilage. Attachment: region of the bottom of an epiglottis. Blood supply:. laryngea sup. Innervation: n. laryngeus inf. Function: narrows an entrance to a throat.

1100. Verticalis linguae (PNA, JNA, BNA), vertical muscle of language; is located in a free part of language. H and -

h and l about: back of the tongue. It is attached and e: lower surface of language. To r about-vosnabzheniye:a. lingualis. Innervation: n. hypoglossus. Function: flattens language.

1101. Virilis testis, a male muscle of a small egg, see Cremaster.

1102. Vocalis (PNA, JNA, BNA),

s. ary-vocalis, pars vocalis m. thyreoarytaenoidei (JNA), thyroarytaenoideus inferior major, voice muscle; is located in a throat. Beginning: bottom of a corner of a thyroid cartilage. Attachment: voice shoot cherpalovidny cartilage. To r about in about with N and e of N and e:

. laryngea sup. Innervation: n. laryngeus inf. Function: weakens phonatory

bands.

1103. Wilsoni, Wilson's muscle, see Transversus perinei profundus, Sphincter urethrae.

1104. Zygomaticorisorius, a «skulosme-hovy» muscle, see Risorius.

1105. Zygomaticus, a malar muscle, see Zygomaticus major.

1106. Zygomaticus major (PNA), s. zygomaticus (JNA, BNA), zygomaticus mala-ris, big malar muscle; is located on a face. Beginning: lateral surface of a malar and continuation of a circular muscle of an eye. Attachment: face skin in the field of a corner of a mouth. Blood supply:. infraorbitalis. buccalis. Innervation: rr. zy-gomatici n. facialis. F y of N to c and I: pulls a corner of a mouth up and lateralno, deepens a nasolabial fold.

1107. Zygomaticus malaris, a buccal malar muscle, see Zygomaticus major.

1108. Zygomaticus minor (PNA, JNA), s. caput zygomaticum m. quadrati labii superioris (BNA), small malar muscle; is located on a face. Beginning: front surface of a malar. Attachment: face skin in the field of a corner of a mouth and a nasolabial fold. Blood supply:. infraorbitalis. buccalis. Innervation: rr. zygomatici n. facialis. Function: deepens a nasolabial fold, lifts a corner of a mouth.

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