There are nearly 700 skeletal muscles in the human body. The precise number varies because not all scientists agree about what constitutes a separate countable muscle and what is considered to be part of a larger muscle. More »

The functions of skeletal muscles are to bring about specific movements to the number of bones present in the human skeleton, according to the University of the Western Cape. In relation to a vertebrae body, skeletal mus... More »

The function of the skeletal muscles is to move the bodies bones in order to maintain position and create movement. The skeletal muscles need the bones of the body to pull against to so that the muscles contract or relax... More »

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Charts identifying muscles and showing their locations within the human body are available from PTDirect.com and InnerBody.com. SportsInjuryClinic.Net provides a brief description of several major muscles, in addition to... More »

To read a muscle diagram of the human body, find the name of a muscle, then find that muscle's location in the body by following the corresponding arrow or line. Detailed muscle diagrams tend to focus on the muscles in a... More »

Despite myths hailing it to be the strongest single muscle in the body, the human tongue is actually comprised of eight different muscles, according to the Richmond Smile Center. The muscles that comprise the tongue are ... More »

Accessory muscles, as medically defined, are duplicates of a muscle in the human body. However, accessory often refers to the muscles not usually or not directly involved in performing a task or doing physical work. More »

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