All Knowledge is organized in “categories”. Here we have the muscles.
Over the next few months, every human muscle will be added into our database with a detailed description of its anatomy and functions. You can find a complete description of the muscle in this category and, below the anatomical details, a link to the ways of testing that muscle (#muscletest).
All the #muscle items in our database are presented with this icon next to the name of the content:
Every time you see this symbol it means you are dealing with a #muscle.
If you want to improve the content of a muscle description use the Open Editor (available soon) to become a Contributor!
If we missed a muscle, publish the information by becoming an Author! In Anatomy books several differences exist in the classification of minor muscles so you could know anatomy in a slightly different way. If you notice any difference or imprecision let us know or add a note to the published muscle becoming a Contributor.
See here detailed information on How to Edit this Unit of Knowledge.