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Anatomy of the Muscular System - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
 
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Anatomy of the Muscular System
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Anatomy of the Muscular System - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
This set of two medical illustrations depicts anterior and posterior views of the muscular system. Illustrated/Labeled structures include the frontalis muscle, orbicularis oculi muscle, orbicularis oris muscle, sternocleidomastoid muscle, pectoralis major muscle, biceps muscle, brachioradialis muscle, sartorius muscle, vastus lateralis muscle, rectus femoris muscle, vastus medialis muscle, peroneus longus muscle, tibialis muscle, deltoid muscle, external abdominal oblique muscle, occipitalis muscle, semispinalis capitis muscle, trapezius muscle, teres minor muscle, teres major muscle, triceps muscle, latissimus dorsi muscle, gluteus maximus muscle, semitendinosus muscle, biceps femoris muscle, semimembranosus muscle, gastrocnemius muscle and soleus muscle.

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