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Temporalis

General information The temporalis muscle is a thin, fan-shaped muscle located in the temporal fossa. This muscle makes up the masticatory muscle group, along with the medial pterygoid, lateral pterygoid and masseter muscles. Literal...

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Tensor Fascia Latae

General information The tensor fascia latae is one of the muscles located within the thigh. Literal meaning Stretcher of the side band. Interesting information Various factors can make an individual more prone to Iliotibial Band Syndrome,...

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Tibialis Anterior

General information The tibialis anterior originates in the upper two-thirds of the lateral surface from the tibia. It inserts into the first metatarsal and first cuneiform bones within the foot. The muscle works to invert and dorsiflex the...

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Teres Minor

General information The teres minor is an elongated, narrow muscle within the rotator cuff of the shoulder. Literal meaning Lesser round or rounded off. Interesting information The rotator cuff is a muscle group that works together to give...

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Teres Major

General information The teres major is one of the muscles found in the upper arm. It is one of the seven scapulohumeral muscles in the body, involved in moving and stabilising the shoulder. Even though the muscle is thick, it is somewhat...

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Tibialis Posterior

General information The tibialis posterior is one of the most central muscles in the leg. It is located within the posterior part of the leg. It acts as the key stabilising muscle within the lower leg. Literal meaning After, or behind, the...

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Thyrohyoid

General information Thyrohyoid is a small, quadrilateral muscle located in the neck’s anterior triangle. It belongs to a group of muscles known as the infrahyoid muscles. There are four infrahyoid muscles in total - the others being...

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Transversus Thoracis

General information The transversus thoracis muscle is a thin muscle situated on the interior aspect of the anterior thoracic wall and its function includes pulling the rib cartilages caudally, in turn supporting expiration. Literal meaning...

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Tranversus Abdominis

General information The transversus abdominis is a broad muscular sheet situated on both the lateral sides of the abdominal wall. This muscle, along with the external abdominal oblique and the internal abdominal oblique, make up the lateral...

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Trapezius

General information The trapezius is a superficial muscle extending longitudinally out of the occipital bone and to the lower thoracic vertebrae and to the scapula’s spine laterally. Its primary functions are to support the arm and...

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Triceps Brachii

General information The triceps brachii is a relatively large muscle located on the arm, running down the back of the humerus and ending at the top of the ulna. This muscle has the primary responsibility for extending the elbow joint. It is...