Pectoralis Diagram


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Pectoralis Diagram - the pectoralis minor is a thin flat muscle found immediately underneath the pectoralis major this is the smaller of the two pectoral muscles or muscles of the chest this muscle extends from the pectoralis major is the most superficial muscle in the pectoral region it is large and fan shaped and is posed of a sternal head and a clavicular head attachments the distal attachment of both heads is into the intertubercular sulcus of the humerus the pectoralis major muscle is a large muscle in the upper chest fanning across the chest from the shoulder to the breastbone the two pectoralis major muscles monly referred to as the pecs pectoralis major trigger point diagram ulnar forearm pain pectoralis major wikipedia the x s represent the trigger points there is no difference between the black and white x s the red shaded area is the referred pain caused by the trigger point and the darker red means.
more people experienced pain in that area information about cause and effect of pectoralis minor pain pectoralis minor pain and symptoms re mended anatomy books anatomy coloring book the diagrams are clearly labeled and allow you to see the relationship and placement of the various structures of the body you will also be surprised how the act of coloring will help with recall the pectoralis major lies on top of your rib cage and the pecs minor lies under the pectoralis major muscle your pecs attach near the shoulder joint and originate on the breastbone in the center of your chest chest muscle diagram pectoral muscle pec muscle development the diagram below shows the three primary pectoralis major trigger points the two clavicular trigger points are the most lateral in the muscle the sternal trigger point is the most centrally located and actually represents a cluster of two to three.
trigger points situated very close together pectoralis major muscle pectoralis major is a thick fan shaped muscle contributing to the thoracobrachial motion it consists of a clavicular part and a sternal part both converging to a flat tendon that inserts on the humerus

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