Ventricles of the brain
Frontalis Muscle – Attachments, Actions & Innervation
The frontalis muscle is a muscle of facial expression located at the scalp. It controls the movement of the eyebrows and helps to produce a frowning expression
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Attachments of Frontalis Muscle: Origin & Insertion
Origin: (proximal attachments)
Insertion: (distal attachments)
Skin around eyebrows and nose.
Actions of Frontalis Muscle on the face:
Raises eyebrows & wrinkles forehead as it draws scalp back.
Nerve to Muscle and its Spinal Segment:
Temporal branch of facial nerve.