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Label the muscles used in lInspiration and forced expiration by clicking and dragging the labels to the cor-
may not be used.)
Rectus abdominis
Muscles of Inspiration
Muscles of Forced Expiration
Diaphragm
Scalenes
Pectoralis minor
Sternocleidomastoid
External oblique
External
Intercostals
Internal
Intercostals
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Label the muscles used in lInspiration and forced expiration by clicking and dragging the labels to the cor- may not be used.) Rectus abdominis Muscles of Inspiration Muscles of Forced Expiration Diaphragm Scalenes Pectoralis minor Sternocleidomastoid External oblique External Intercostals Internal Intercostals

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