Pectoralis

Some articles on pectoralis:

Clavipectoral Fascia
... under cover of the clavicular portion of the pectoralis major ... It occupies the interval between the pectoralis minor and subclavius, and protects the axillary vessels and nerves ... Below this it is thin, and at the upper border of the pectoralis minor it splits into two layers to invest the muscle from the lower border of the pectoralis minor ...
Sternalis
... in front of the sternal end of the Pectoralis major parallel to the margin of the sternum ... It is supplied by the anterior thoracic nerves and is probably a misplaced part of the pectoralis ... One is the Pectoralis major, the other is the rectus abdominus, as in several cases the sternalis was actually found to have interlaced fibers with the ...
Pachycephala - Species in Taxonomic Sequence
... Yellow-throated Whistler, Pachycephala macrorhyncha Black-chinned Whistler, Pachycephala (pectoralis) mentalis Yellow-bellied Whistler, Pachycephala ...
Lateral Thoracic Artery
... It originates from the axillary artery and follows the lower border of the Pectoralis minor muscle to the side of the chest, supplies the Serratus anterior muscle ... it supplies an external mammary branch which turns round the free edge of the Pectoralis major and supplies the breasts ...
Pectoralis Major Muscle - Training
... A variety of resistance exercises can be used to train the pectoralis major, including bench pressing (using dumbbells, barbells or machines at ... to consist of four portions (upper, lower, inner and outer) but the pectoralis actually contracts evenly across all heads during most exercises and ... The pectoralis can also be trained through a variety of sports as well as by all four Olympic styles of swimming, i.e ...