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Which muscles attach at the pes anserine attachment site?
sartorius
gracilis
semitendinosus
s
g
s
Which muscles attach to the coracoid process?
pec minor
coracobrachialis
biceps brachii (short head)
p
c
b
Where can you palpate the tendons of biceps brachii?
anterior side of flexed elbow
intertubercular groove of flexed elbow and laterally rotated arm
2 places
What nerve pass through the scalenes?
brachial plexus
bp
What do rotatores, multifidi and semispinalis have in common?
short, diagonal fibers
fiber direction
What are the two most superficial muscles of the back?
trapezius
latissimus dorsi
t
l
What are the latin names for thumb and toe?
thumb = pollicis
toe = hallucis
Median Nerve:
Where does it go?
Signs of carpal tunnel syndrome?
Work on which muscles?
carpals
atrophy
pronator teres, anterior & medial scalenes, pec major
What is the commonality of the teres minor and infraspinatus?
same insertion: greater tubercle of the humerus
same actions:
laterally rotate the shoulder, adduct the shoulder, extend the shoulder, horizontally abduct the shoulder, stabilize head of humerus in glenoid cavity
What is the origin of the serratus anterior? How do you palpate it?
origin: surfaces of upper 8 or 9 ribs
palpate: supine, abduct arm, b/w lats and pec major along side the ribs
Know the common origin of wrist/finger extensors.
common flexor tendon of the medial epicondyle of the humerus
Which muscles attach to the head of the fibula?
biceps femoris
portion of soleus
fibular collateral ligament
Name the carpi bones
proximal, left to right
distal, left to right
Proximal:
scaphoid
lunate
triquetrium
pisiform

distal:
trapezium
trapezoid
capitate
hamate
some lawyers try prosecutions that they can't handle
Ulnar nerve:
Travels along side what?
What does it innervate?
passes b/w the medial epicondyle and olecranon process as it exends down the forearm
Sciatic nerve:
Direction?
What does it feel like when pinched?
vertical
pain
Common peroneal nerve:
What does it feel like when pinched?
numbness and tingling
From superficial to deep, list the muscle & bone structures that a knife would hit if it went through the posterior lateral shoulder into the rib cage.
infraspinatus
scapula
subscapularis
serratus anterior
external intercostals
ribs
What group of muscles occupy the lamina groove in the back?
transverse spirals
Name the 8 muscles that attach on the greater trochanter
Gluteus medius
Gluteus minimus
6 lateral rotators of the hip:
piriformis
quadratus femoris
obturator internus
obturator externus
gemellus superior
gemellus inferior
Name the muscles of masticulation
temporalis
masseter
pterygoids (medial & lateral)
t
m
p
Name the deep 6 lateral rotators
piriformis
quadratus femoris
obturator internus
obturator externus
gemellus superior
gemellus inferior
List the five muscles of the adductor group.
adductor magnus
adductor longus
adductor brevis
pectineus
gracilis
Name three muscles that attach to the greater tubercle.
teres minor
supraspinatus
infraspinatus
t
s
i
Name four muscles that attach to the medial condyle of humerous.
flexor digitorum superficialis
flexor carpi ulnaris
flexor carpi radialis
palmaris longus
What muscle group has their common origin on the ischial tuberosity?
hamstrings
Name the hamstrings.
biceps femoris
semimembranosus
semitendinosus
List the nerves associated with the following conditions:
carpal tunnel syndrome,
hitting your funny bone,
pain in posterior lateral thigh/leg,
foot falling asleep
median nerve
ulnar nerve
sciatic nerve
common fibular nerve