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Name the anterior (flexor division nerves of the lumbosacral plexus)
tibial
obturator
name the posterior (extensor) division nerves of the lumbosacral plexus
femoral
gluteals
peroneal
what innervates the anterior compartment of the thigh? leg?
peroneal
tibial
what innervates the posterior compartment of the thigh? leg?
tibial!
name your branches from the roots
dorsal scapular
name your branches from the trunks
suprascapular
name your branches from the cords
medial/lat pec
upper middle lower subscaps
medial antebracheal cutaneous
name the branches of the axillary artery
1- superior thoracic
2- thoracoacromial and lateral thoracic
3- subscapular, circ scap, thoracodorsal
what does thoracodorsal artery supply
lat dorsi
what is the important anastamosis that bypasses axillary artery
thryocervical trunk
subscapular to circ scap
what do you need to worry about with shoudler separation
acromioclavicular JOINT
coracoclavicular ligament
what does dorsal scapular innervate
levator scapulae and rhomboids
what does long thoracic innervate
serratus anterior
what does suprascapular innervate
supra and infraspinatous
what does upper, middle, and lower subscap innervate
subscapularis
lat dosi
teres major and subscap
what does axillary innervate
deltoid and teres minor
a sharp blow to the tip of the shoulder frequently causes a shoulder separation at the __ join
AC
what joint stabilizes and prevents independent movements of the clavile and scapula and thereby shoudler separation
CC joint
what is the roof over the humerus
CC ligament
forces that pu tthe humerus into ab/ad and lat/med rotation cause shoulder dislocation
ab
lat
The _____ joint moves the first 120 degrees and the _____ moves the second 60 degrees
glenohmeral
SC
a movemetn of 180 of abduction of shoulder starts with _________ muscle followed by _______ to get to the 120. Finally the second 60 degrees of ab is by ______ an d_______
supraspinatous
deltoid
trap (all parts)
serratous anterior
why is serratus anterior important in shoulder abduction
lateral rotation of scapula
what are your medial rotators of the SC joint?
pec minor
rhomboid major and minor
what are your lateral rotators at the SC joints
trap and ant serratous
what muscles cause abduction at the shoulder
middle deltoid
supraspinatus
what muscles can medially rotate the shoulder
subscap
pec major
teres major
lat dorsi
anteiror deltoid
what muscles can laterally rotate the shoulder
teres minor
infraspinatus
posterior deltoid
does the brachioradialis flex or extend the elbow
flex
what innervates pronator
radial n
radial goes to ____ palmar, ulnar goes to _____ palmar arch
radial to deep
ulnar to superficial
what innervates abductor pollicis longus? brevis?
longus by radial
brevis by median
name the thenars
opponens pollicis
abductor pol brevis
flexor pollicis brevis
name the hypothenars
opponen dig min
flexor dig min
abductor dig min
how many dorsla interosseous muscles in the hand? plantars?
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the deep palmar space is located deep to the ____ -______ tendons
long flexors
what two muscles protract the shouler and arm
serratus anterior
pec minor