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26 Cards in this Set

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What is the most common fracture of the forearm?
Colles fracture, of the radius.
What bone is the coronoid process on? the coronoid fossa?
the process is on the ulna, the fossa is on the humerus
Whatgets fractured in the hand?
scaphoid and hamate (ulnar nerve)
What innervates the rhomboids?
dorsal scapulare
What innervates the levator scapulae?
dorsal scapular
What innervates the latissimus dorsi?
The Thoracodorsal nerve
What innervates the serrattus anterior?
The long thoracic
What innervates the deltoid?
The axillary
What innervates the supraspinatus and the infraspinatus?
the suprascapular nerve
What innervates the teres minor?
axillary n
What does the axillary n innervated?
deltoid and the teres minor
what innervates the teres major?
lower subscapular n
What does the subscapular n innervate?
the teres major and the subscapularis
What would damage the axillary n?
fracture of the surgical neck of the humerus
What is the first part of the axillary artery?
lateral border of the first rib and the medial border of pec minor.
branch is the superior thoracic artery
What is the second part of the axillary artery?
posterior to pec minor
two branches:
thoracoacromial artery
lateral thoracic artery
What is the third part of the axillary artery?
lateral border of pec minor to inferior border of teres major
three branches:
anterior and posterior circumflex humeral arteries
What passes thru the quad space?
The axillary n and posterior circumflex humeral artery
Where is the brachial plexus formed?
anterior rami of c5-t1
What are the three cords of the brachial plexus?
The lateral, posterior, and medial
What 2 cords make the median nerve?
The lateral and the medial
What cord makes the radial nerve?
The posterior
What cord makes the axillary nerve?
THe posterior.
What are the limits of quadrangular space?
Superior, subscap and teres minor
inferior: teres major
medial: long head of triceps
lateral: surgical neck of humerus
tunnel of giron
pisiform and hook of hamate, ular nerve and ulnar artery run through this
What is the interossi innervated by?