Suprahyoid Muscles (preview) – Human Anatomy | Kenhub

Suprahyoid Muscles (preview) – Human Anatomy | Kenhub

Hello everyone! It’s Megan from Kenhub, and
welcome to another anatomy tutorial. In this tutorial, we will talk about the origins,
insertions, innervations, and functions of the suprahyoid muscles. Here, we can see an
image of the muscles of the neck from an anterior view. If I remove platysma, we can now see
several groups of muscles. We can see sternocleidomastoid here, the infrahyoid muscles here, and the
muscles we’re going to be focusing on today, the suprahyoid muscles. In the next image, we can see an isolated
view of the suprahyoid muscles, which are four muscles running from the mandible to
the hyoid bone. Together with adjacent tissue, they form the floor of the mouth. The suprahyoid muscles lift the hyoid bone
up while the infrahyoid muscles do the opposite by depressing the hyoid. The four suprahyoid
muscles are the digastric… Hi guys, as you can see, this video is a preview
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4 Replies to “Suprahyoid Muscles (preview) – Human Anatomy | Kenhub”

  1. Hello, hello! It has been a joy working on this video of the suprahyoid muscles of the neck! Hopefully we were able to simplify it for you. Even without becoming a Kenhub Premium member, you can still learn anatomy with us. So check out this free article on the suprahyoid muscles: Thanks for watching!

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