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What m. attaches at the Superior Angle?
-Levator scapulae (AND along vertebral border -medial angle)
What m. attaches at the Inferior angle?
-Teres major and Rhomboid major near here
-Serratus Anterior
What mm. attach at the vertebral (medial) border?
-Rhomboids, levator scapulae, and serratus anterior
What mm. attach at the axillary (lateral) border?
-Teres major, Teres minor, and long head of triceps brachii
What mm. attach at the spine?
-Deltod and trapezius
-Rhomboid minor near base of spine (at medial angle)
What mm. attach at the acromion process?
Deltoid and upper trapezius
What m. attaches at the supraglenoid tubercle?
Long head of biceps brachii
What m. attaches at the infraglenoid tubercle?
Long head of triceps brachii
What are associated with supraspinous fossa?
-Supraspinatous originates here
-Suprascapular n. and a. (in suprascapular notch)
What are associated with infraspinous fossa?
-Infraspinatous originates here
-Suprascapular n.
What connects at glenoid fossa?
Head of humerus
What is associated with the scapular notch?
Where the Suprascapular n. and a. pass lateral edge of spine of scapula
What is associated with the suprascapular notch?
-Suprascapular n. goes through it
-Suprascapular a. goes over it
-Omohyoid m. attaches medial to it
What attaches to the coracoid process?
Short head of biceps, coracobrachialis, and pectoralis minor