Strongest Muscle in the Human Body
Human heart - the hardest working muscle
Wondering which is the strongest muscle in the human body, from the huge number of more than 600 muscles present? Well, the answer is not a straight forward one. Just as no organ can be singled out as the most important organ, we...
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Function and Anatomy of Erector Spinae Muscles
Function and anatomy of erector spinae muscles
The erector spinae is a muscle group that consists of three muscles - iliocostalis, longissimus, and spinalis. These muscles help us to straighten our back. Buzzle focuses on the location and function of erector spinae muscles.
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Muscular System Functions
This article dwells on the different muscular system functions, that have been explained in a simplified manner. The muscular system plays an important role in providing proper posture and stability to the body and also brings...
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Muscular System Diseases
Muscular system diseases affect the normal working of the muscles in the body. The list of diseases covered in the following article, will help you learn about the different types of disorders that cause weakness and a wasting away...
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Disorders of the Muscular System
The different disorders of the muscular systems are discussed in the following article. Diseases of the muscular system can impact the overall functioning of systems of human body in a negative manner. Read on to know more...
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Skeletal Muscle Functions
Skeletal muscle functions described in the following article will help you know more about these most abundantly found muscles in the human body. Read on to know more about functions of skeletal muscles.
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Rhomboid Major Muscle
The rhomboid muscle which constitutes rhomboid major and rhomboid minor plays an important role in various movements of the upper body. Scroll down to know the location and function of the major rhomboid muscle and what causes pain...
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Eccentric Contraction
We all know about muscle contractions, but ever heard about eccentric contraction? Well, we all have experienced it at some point. The following is information on this type of muscle contraction, which can help you understand it...
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Smooth Muscle Function
Smooth muscles are the ones, which come under the category of involuntary muscles. Read more about the smooth muscle function in different organs and their importance.
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Muscle Contraction Steps
Every time you move, your muscles contract and relax. Although, it just takes our body a few seconds, contracting or relaxing a muscle is quite a complex process, and this Buzzle article details the various steps involved in...
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Masseter Muscle
The masseter muscle is one of the muscles of mastication. Read on to know about its structure, function and problems that may be seen in relation to this muscle...
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Platysma Muscle
The platysma is one of the main muscles of the neck. Read on to know its actions, innervation and how it is related to a double chin...
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Deltoid Muscle
If you happen to go to a gym, you may hear about deltoid muscle exercises. You may wonder what is the deltoid muscle and where is it located? In this write up, we will understand all about the deltoid muscle. Read on ...
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Voluntary Muscles
What are voluntary muscles? How do they work? Leaf through the following Buzzle article to get the answers to these questions and more, about these muscles and the overall muscular system.
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Calf Muscle
The calf muscles bear the body weight to a large extent. Therefore, athletes/sportsmen experience cramps/strain/pull quite often. The following article provides information on these muscles.
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Muscles of Mastication
Certain muscles in the face are responsible for jaw movement, especially the mandible, which is the only movable joint in the skull. The muscles of mastication are paired on either side of the face.
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Muscular System Facts
The human body consists of more than 600 muscles that form almost half of the body weight. This Buzzle write-up provides a few interesting facts about the human muscular system.
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Human Muscular System
The human muscular system is composed of smooth muscles, skeletal muscles, and the cardiac muscles. This Buzzle write-up provides some information about this organ system.
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