Examine the principal axial muscles of the body and distinguish their origins, insertions, actions, and innervations.
The skeletal muscles are divided into two parts, first is an axial muscle, and the other is the appendicular muscle. The axial muscles involve the muscles of the trunk and head. These muscles support the axial skeleton.
Answer and Explanation: 1
The principal axial muscles of the body are as follows:
- Occipitofrontalis: It originates from epicranial aponeurosis and inserts under the skin of...
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