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Upper Limb: Regions (6)
-shoulder
-brachium
-cubital fossa
-antebrachium
-hand
Development:
method
innervation
-limb bud extends from ventral surface
-ventral primary ramus
Pectoral girdle:
componants (5)
Clavicle:
-sternoclavicular joint

Scapula:
-acromion
-coracoid process
-spine
-glenoid fossa
Humerus:
features (5)
-head
-greater tubercle
-lesser tubercle
-intertubercular groove (sulcus)
-trochlea
Forearm:
bones
features (2,1)
-ulna (inner):
-olecranon process ("C" cup)
-coronoid process (bottom of "C")

-radius (outer in anatomical position)
-articular surface of radial head
muscles that move shoulder girdle (8)
-pec maj/min
-serratus ant
-trap
-rhomboid maj/min
-levator scapulae
-lat
Rotator Cuff: Muscles
(SITS):
Supraspinatus
Infraspinatus
Teres minor
Subscapularis
Glenohumeral joint:
Muscles (5)
-rotator cuff muscles (SITS)
-deltoid
-teres major
-lat
-pec major
-coracobrachialis
Muscles of Brachium:
Anterior compartment (3)
Posterior compartment (1)
-coracobrachialis
-biceps brachii
-brachialis

-triceps brachii
Axilla:
Contents (5)
-axillary fat
-lymph nodes
-axillary artery
-axillary vein
-brachial plexus branches
Brachial Plexus:
Roots
divisions
cords/terminal branches
-roots and trunks in root of neck
-beneath clavicle
-visible in axilla
Terminal nerves of brachial plexus:
anterior (3)

post (2)
-musculocutaneous nerve
-median nerve
-ulnar nerve (funny bone)


-radial nerve
-axillary nerve
Upper limb: blood supply (path)
subclavian -> axillary -> brachial -> radial/ulnar
Upper limb: venous drainage
Basilic/Cephalic (superficial)/brachial(s) (deep) --> axillary vein --> subclavian vein
Veins of the cubital fossa (?)
(?)
Pec Major:
O: (3)
I:
A: (4)
N:
A:
-clavicle (medial 1/3), sternum, costal cartilages of R1-6
-humerus (greater tubercle)
-flex, medially rotate, adduct, forced inspiration
-lat/med pec nerve
-?
Pec minor:
O:
I:
A: (4)
N:
B:
-R3-5
-scapula (corocoid process)
-protract/depress/laterally rotate scapula, forced inspiration
-medial pec
-?
serratus anterior:
O:
I:
A: (3)
N:
B:
-R1-9
-scapula (ant aspect of vertebral border)
-protract, medially rotates scapula, forced inspiration
-long thoracic
-?
Trapezius:
O: (3)
I: (3)
A: (4)
N:
B:
-C1-T12 spines, nuchal lig, nuchal line
-scapula (spine/acromion), clavicle (superior lateral 1/3)
-elevate/depress/retract/lateral rotation of scapula
-CXI, APR of C3-4
Lat. Dorsi
O: (4)
I:
A: (3)
N:
B:
O: T6-12 spines
- iliac crest
-lumbodorsal fascia
-Lower 4 ribs
I: humerus (intertubercular sulcus)
A: adduct/extend/medially rotates arm
N: thoracodorsal nerve
B:
Levator scapulae
O:
I:
A: (2)
N:
B:
O: C1-4 transverse processes
I: scapula (sup aspect of vertebral border)
A: scapula- elevate/medially rotate
N: dorsal scapular
B:
Rhomboids
O:
I:
A: (2)
N:
B:
O: C7-T5 spinous processes
I: Scapula (vertebral border)
A: Scapula- retract/rotate medially
N: dorsal scapular
B:
Deltoid:
O: (3)
I:
A: (5)
N:
B:
O: clavicle (inferior lateral 1/3)
-scapula: acromion, spine
I: humerus (deltoid tuberosity)
A: Arm: abduct, flex, rotate medially/laterally.
N: axillary
B:
Teres major
O:
I:
A:(3)
N:
B:
O: scapula (inferior angle)
I: humerus (medial lip of intertubercular sulcus)
A: Arm: extend/adduct/medially rotate
N: lower subscapular
B:
Supraspinatus
O:
I:
A:2
N:
B:
O: Scapula (supraspinous fossa)
I: Humerus (greater tubercle)
A: abduct arm
- stabilize shoulder
N: suprascapular nerve
B:
Infraspinatus
O:
I:
A:3
N:
B:
O: Scapula (infraspinous fossa)
I: humerus (greater tubercle)
A: adduct/ laterally rotate arm
- stabilize shoulder
N: suprascapular
B:
Teres minor
O:
I:
A:4
N:
B:
O: Scapula (inf lateral border)
I: humerus (greater tubercle)
A: extend/adduct/laterally rotate arm
- stabilize arm at shoulder
N: axillary
B:
Subscapularis
O:
I:
A:2
N:
B:
O: scapula (subscapular fossa)
I: humerus (LESSER tubercle)
A: rotate arm
- stabilize shoulder
N: upper/lower subscapular nerves
B:
Biceps brachii
O:2
I:
A:3
N:
B:
O: Short head - scapula (coracoid process)
Long head - scapula (supraglenoid tubercle)
I: radius (radial tuberosity)
A: flexor of forearm, supinator/weak flexor of arm at shoulder
N: musculocutaneous
B:
Coracobrachialis
O:
I:
A:
N:
B:
O: Scapula (coracoid process)
I: Humerus (medial aspect of mid shaft
A: flex/adduct arm
N: musculocutaneous
B:
Brachialis
O:
I:
A:
N:
B:
O: Humerus (ant distal aspect)
I: ulna (coronoid process)
A: flex forearm
N: musculocutaneous
B:
Triceps brachii
O:3
I:
A:
N:
B:
O: Long head - scapula (infraglenoid tubercle)
Lateral head - humerus (posterolateral surface)
Medial head - posterior surfac below radial groove)
I: ulna (olecrenon)
A: extends forarm
N: radial
B:
The axillary nerve supplies (2)
-deltoid
-teres minor
The musculocutaneous nerve supplies (3)
-biceps
-corocobrachialis
-brachialis
The radial nerve supplies (1)
-tricep
Suprascapular nerve supplies (2)
-supraspinatus
-infraspinatus
Subscapular nerve (supplies):
Upper

Lower
-subscapularis

-subscapularis, Teres Major