Type
Matching Worksheet
Description

broad muscle covers the top of the skull, occiptalis: back part, frontalis: front part. Causes eyebrows to raise and wrinkles to form on forehead occiptofrontalis/epicranius
broad muscle arising in temporal cavity and inserting in the mandible. Mastication and is strongest chewing muscle, closes the mandible and side to side movement temporalis
muscle arising from the zygomatic arch and inserting in the mandible. Mastication, closes the mandible masseter
sphincter muscle that surrounds the eye socket. Closes the eyelid and compresses lacrimal sac orbicularis oculi
pyramid shaped muscle, lies beneath the frontalis and orbicularis oculi, FROWNING muscle. Draws eyebrows inferiorly and medially corrugator
inside of the eye socket to the superior tarsal plate of the eyelid. Raises the upper eyelid Levator palpebrae superioris
covers the bridge of the nose. Draws skin of the forehead inferiorly, causing transverse and vertical wrinkles in the forehead procerus
PUCKERING muscle, flat band of muscles in the upper and lower red lips and integumentary lips. Closes the lip, compresses lips. Shapes lips during speech orbicularis oris
facial expression. Raise the upper lip and dilates the nostrils levator labii alaeque nasi
facial expression. Elevates and extends the upper lip levator labii superiors
muscle at angle of mouth. Elevates angle of mouth levator anguli oris
muscle of face. upper lip superiorly and laterally zygomaticus minor
LAUGHING muscle. extends from cheekbone to the angle of the mouth. draws upper lip posteriorly superiorly, and laterally zygomaticus major
TRUMPETERS muscle. Muscle of cheek, molar teeth inserts into the skin at the anguli oris (corners of the mouth). Compresses cheek, pulls the anguli oris posteriorly, action of sucking buccinator
FALSE SMILING muscle. Masseter muscle to the corners of the mouth. Corners of mouth posteriorly risorius
TRIANGULARIS. Arises from the mandible to insert into the anguli oris. Depresses angle of the mouth depressor anguli oris
QUADRATUS. Facial expression. Depresses lower lip inferiorly and laterally depressor labii inferioris
the tip of the chin. Elevates and protrudes the lower lip, wrinkles the skin over the chin mentalis
POUTING muscle. Covering the anterior neck. Wrinkles skin of neck and chest, depresses mandible and anguli oris platysma
thick muscle, head of sternum and clavicle, inserts at the mastoid process of the temporal bone. Rotates and depresses the head sternocleidomastoid/SCM
double bellied muscle of the neck, attaches to mastoid process and mandible. Draws hyoid bone superiorly digastric
vertical groove located medially on the upper lip between the columna nasi and the medial lobe of the mucous membrane of the upper lip philtrum
eminence/projection on the cheek adjacent to the corners of the mouth. Extends from superior part of the posterior margin of the wing of the nose to the side of the mouth nasolabial fold
angular area between the posterior margin of the wing of the nose and the nasolabial fold nasal sulcus
shallow curving groove inferior to the medial corner of the eyelids oblique palpebral sulcus
small cone prominence lateral to the end of the line of lip closure angulus oris eminence

Actions of the Muscles of the Head, Face and Neck Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Elevates the nasal ala (flares nostril) and elevates and protrudes the upper lip while deepening the nasolabial folds and creating diagonal wrinkles along the bridge of the nose (expression of disgust) [Acronym] LLSAN
Retracts the corner of the mouth laterally (forms an insincere smile) Risorius
Alternating contractions of the anterior and posterior muscles can produce a wiggling of the ear Auricularis Muscles
Bilaterally assists in smiling; Unilaterally elevates the corners of the mouth (gives the impression of self-confidence) Levator Anguli Oris
Depresses the corner of the mouth while protruding and drawing the lower lip laterally (bares the lower teeth) Depressor Labii Inferioris
Elevates and retracts the mandible Temporalis
Bilaterally elevates the skin of the chin and protrudes the lower lip (pout or sign of anguish) Mentalis
Wrinkles up the skin of the nose and draws down the skin between the eyebrows to create horizontal creases over the bridge of the nose (acts with corrugated supercilii to produce expressions of concentration or perplexity Procerus
Elevate hyoid and tongue Suprahyoids
Laterally flexes neck to same side and rotates head and neck to opposite side; Bilaterally flexes the neck and assists with elevating the ribcage during inhalation Sternocleidomastoid
Bilaterally draws the corners of the mouth laterally and upward (when combined with squinting orbiculares oculi, results in authentic smile) Zygomaticus Major
Laterally flexes neck to same side and rotates head and neck to opposite side; Bilaterally elevates the ribs during inhalation and flexes the head and neck Scalenes
Bilaterally elevates and protrudes the upper lip (like when trying to get food out of teeth); Unilateral contraction produces lip curl and/or creates one-sided snarl Levator Labii Superioris
Assists in depressing the mandible, tightens fascia of the neck and draws down the corner of the mouth Platysma
Closes the eyelid, either fully or partially (squint) Orbicularis Oculi
(Anterior) Raises the eyebrows and wrinkles the forehead; (Posterior) Anchors and retracts the galea posteriorly Occipitofrontalis
Elevates and protrudes the upper lip (deepens nasolabial furrow and puffs out top of cheek) Zygomaticus Minor
Draws the eyebrow medially and inferiorly; Bilaterally forms wrinkles between the eyebrows (creating expression of worry, anger or of being perplexed) Corrugator Supercilii
Can both narrow and protrude the lips (responsible for closing the mouth and shaping the lips during eating and speech) Orbicularis Oris
(Medial) Laterally deviates the mandible to the opposite side and bilaterally elevates and protracts the mandible Medial Pterygoid
Elevates the mandible and may assist in protracting the mandible Masseter
Laterally flexes the neck and head to the same side, rotates the head and neck to the same side and bilaterally flexes the head and neck Longus Capitis
(Lateral) Laterally deviates the mandible to the opposite side and bilaterally protracts the mandible Lateral Pterygoid
Depress the hyoid and thyroid cartilage Infrahyoids
Depresses and retracts the mandible and elevates the hyoid Digastric
Pulls the corner of the mouth inferiorly and laterally (involuntary signal of sadness and associated with frowning) Depressor Anguli Oris
Tightens the corner of the lip and presses the cheek firmly against the teeth; Can bilaterally create a look of contempt Buccinator
Transverse portion constricts the nostril and draws down the tip of the nose; Alar portion flares the nostril during forced respiration Nasalis

Muscles of the Face Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

this muscle moves the scalp occipitalis
this muscle raises the eyebrows Frontalis
this muscle raises the mandible (jaw) when chewing Frontalis
Used when I need to close my eyes orbicularis oculi
depresses the forehead to frown corrugator
I squeeze your cheeks totherer when you chew buccinator
lifts the corner of the mouth into a smile Risorius
the muscle lifts your lip quadratus labii superioris
pulls the lower lip down depressor labii
draws down eyebrows and wrinkles nose procerus
I have 2 parts and dilate your nostrils nasalis
pulls down sides of maths triangularis
closes the mouth and pouts the lips orbicularis oris
raises the lower jaw and helps us to eat masseter
we use this to raise the corner of our mouth zygomaticus
helps lower lip to pout mentalis
helps us to turn our head sternocleidomastoid
pulls down corners of mouth platysma

Anatomy Muscle Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

raises eyebrows, wrinkles forehead frontalis
closes eyes, enables squinting orbicularis occult
modifies the size of the nostril nasalis
loses lips, produces kissing motion orbicularis oris
the smiling motion zygomaticus
pulls corners of mouth down, opens mouth wide platysma
closes the jaw masseter
assists master with closing jaw temporalis
flexion of head, rotation of head toward opposite side of contraction sternocleidomastoid
adduction and flexion of arm pectoralis major
flexion and lateral flexion of trunk rectus abdominus
flexion, lateral flexion, and rotation to opposite side of trunk external oblique
flexion, lateral flexion and rotation to same side of trunk internal oblique
extension and hyperextension of head trapezius
extension, lateral flexion, and rotation to opposite side of vertebral column erector spinae
enlarges thoracic cavity for inhalation diaphragm
decreases thoracic cavity during forced expiration internal intercostals
helps enlarge thoracic cavity for inhalation external intercostals
extension and lateral rotation of leg gluteus maximus
abduction and medial rotation of leg gluteus medius
flexion of leg at hip iliopsoas
adduction and medial rotation of leg adductor muscles
extension of leg at knee quadriceps
flexion of leg at knee hamstring
plantar flexion of foot soleus

Anatomical Positions and Directions Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

left side of the person in anatomical position LEFT
right side of the person in anatomical position RIGHT
closer to the surface SUPERFICIAL
further into the body cavities DEEP
above, or towards the head SUPERIOR
below, or towards the feet INFERIOR
front of body (ventral) ANTERIOR
back of body (dorsal) POSTERIOR
describes 2 points on the same limb, closer to where it inserts PROXIMAL
describe 2 points on the same limb, further away from where it inserts DISTAL
any point closer to the midline of the body MEDIAL
any point further from the midline of the body LATERAL
standing upright, feet together, arms at sides, palms forward STANDARD POSITION

Muscular system Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Extends from forehead to the top of the skull Frontalis
At the name of the neck Occipitalis
In front of the ear Auricularis anterior
Above the ear Auriculatis Superior
Behind the ear Auricularis Posterior
Controls the eyebrow drawing them in and downward Corrugator
Raises the eyebrow Levator Palebrae
Draws brow down Procerus
Contracts, puckers and wrinkles the lips Orbicularis Oris
Pulls the lower lip down or to the side. Quadratus Labii Inferiors
Raises both nostrils and the upper lip. Quadratus Labii Superioris
Pushes the lower lip up and or wrinkles the chin. Mentalis
Draws the mouth up and out, as in grinning. Risorius
Raises the angle of the mouth, as in snarling. Caninus
Draws the corner of the mouth down, as in expressing sadness. Triangularis
Draws the mouth up and back,as in laughing. Zygomaticus
Compressing the cheek to release air outwardly, as in blowing Buccinator
Opening and closing the jaw. Temporalis
Aids in closing the jaw. Massester
Partially opening the mouth Platysma
Causes head to move side to side Sternocleidomastoideus
Aids in drawing the head back and elevating the shoulder blades Trapezius
Aids in swinging of the arms Latissimus dorsi
Assists in swinging in the arms Pectoralis major
Helps in lifting the arm and in breathing Serratus anterior
Lifts the arm or turns it Deltoid
Raises the forearm, bends the elbow, and turns the palm of the hand down Bicep
Controls forward movement of the forearm Tricep
Turns the palm of the hand up Supinator
Turns the palm of the hand downward and inward Pronator
Bends wrist and closes the fingers Flexor
Straightens the fingers and wrist Extensor
Separates the fingers Abductor
Draws fingers together Adductor
Causes thumb to move toward the fingers, giving ability to grasp or make a fist Opponens

Nonverbal Communication Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

___________: behavior other than written or spoken language that creates meaning for someone NONVERBAL COMMUNACATION
___________: the movment or positions of the mucles of your face FACIAL EXPRESSIONS
___________: study of human movement are gesture KINESICS
___________: is a sound or inflection of the voice used to send a particular message. VOCIAL CUES
___________: come so close to (an object) as to be or come into contact with it TOUCH
___________: study of how animals and humans use space and objects to communicate occupancy or ownership of space TERRITORY
___________: the distance between two people SAPCE
___________: the way that someone or something looks APPEARENCE
___________: the way we make visual connection with another through the use of our eyes EYE CONTACT
__________: raised or curled upperlip; wrinkled nose; raised cheecks; lowed brow; lower upper eyelid DISGUST
___________: smiling;mouth maybe open or closed; raised cheeks; wrinkles around lower eyelids HAPPINESS
___________: tensed lower eyelid; either pursed lips or open mouth; lowered and wrinked brow; staring eyes ANGER
___________: wise-open eyes; raised and wrinkled brow; staring eyes SURPRISE
___________ : open mouth; tense skin under the eyes; wrinkles in the center of the forehead FEAR
___________: zone of space most often used for very personal or intimate interactions, ranging from 1 1/2 to 4 feet between individuals PERSONAL
___________: zone of space most often used by public speakers or anyone speaking to many people raning beyond 12 feet from the individual PUBLIC
___________: zone of space most often used for group interactions, ranging from 4 to 12 feet between individual SOCIAL
___________: zone of space most often used for very personal or intimate interactions, ranging from 0 to 1 1/2 feet between individual INTIMATE
___________: lip may tremble; corners of lips turn downward: corners of the upperlid may be raised SADNESS
__________: study of how close or far away from people and objects people position themselves PROXEMICS

Muscular System Crossword Puzzle

Type
Crossword
Description

The ____________ is located in the front of the body. It is where the 'six pack' is located. rectusabdominis
An abdominal muscle whose action diminishes the capacity of the abdomen and draws the chest downward. externaloblique
A large, flat, triangular superficial muscle of the shoulder and upper back. trapezius
A muscle with origin from the posterior ridge of the femur as far as the greater trochanter vastuslateralis
It is the largest muscle in the entire muscle. sartorius
A muscle at the back of a person's upper leg. hamstring
A thin triangular muscle of the upper chest wall beneath the pectoralis major. pectoralisminor
The large muscle at the front of the thigh, which is divided into four distinct portions and acts to extend the leg. quadriceps
A thick triangular muscle covering the shoulder joint, used to raise the arm from the side. deltoid
A muscle stretching over the forehead into the upper eyelid. frontalis
A large muscle of the upper chest wall that acts on the joint of the shoulder. pectoralismajor
The largest and the outermost layer of the gluteal muscles. gluteusmaximus
Any of several muscles having three points of attachment at one end, particularly the large muscle at the back of the upper arm. triceps
A fusiform muscle of the anterior thigh, one of the four parts of the quadriceps femurs. rectusfemoris
The smallest, thinnest, and deepest of the gluteal muscles. gluteusminimus
The large muscle at the front of the upper arm that flexes the forearm. biceps
A muscle with origin from the shaft of the femur. vastusmedialis
One of the anterior muscles of the leg, situated on the lateral side of the tibia. tibialisanterior
The tendon that connects the calf muscle to the heel. achillestendon

Anatomical terminology Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

a part is above another part, or closer to the head superior
a part is below another part, or toward the feet inferior
toward the front anterior
towards the back posterior
toward the midline of the body medial
toward the side of the midline lateral
a part that is closer to the trunk than another point proximal
part that is further from the trunk than another point distal
in the inside deep
back side dorsal
the belly side ventral
in the outside superficial
Science dealing with the structures of humans/animals and dissections and the separation of parts anatomy
Plane that divides the body into right and left portions sagittal
Planes that divides the body into superior and inferior portions Transverse
Plane that divides the body into anterior and posterior portions Coronal
Lower middle portion hypogastric region
Upper middle portion Epigastric region

Sports Medicine Terminology Word Search

Type
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Description

SPORTSMEDICINE
ATHLETICTRAINER
SUPINATION
SUPERIOR
PROXIMAL
PRONATION
POSTERIOR
PLANTARFLEXION
MEDIAL
LORDOSIS
LATERAL
LACERATION
INVERSION
INFERIOR
HYPERTROPHY
HYDRATION
FLEXION
EVERSION
EXTENSION
DORSIFLEXION
DISTAL
CONTUSION
CONCUSSION
CONGENITAL
CIRCUMDUCTION
BLISTER
ATROPHY
ADDUCTION
ABRASION
ABDUCTION

Anatomy Word Search

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