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42 Cards in this Set

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Only true bony attachment of the upper extremity to the body.
Best excercise for rhomboids?
seated row
attachments for the coracoacromial ligament
coracoid process, acromion
two cartilages
hyaline, for smooth surface
fibro for support crushing force
structures that form the coracoacromial arch of shoulder
clavicle, acromion, acromioclavicular ligament, conoid lig, trapezoid lig
joint classifications
gleno humeral joint=ball-and-socket
elbow=hinge, ginglymus
interphalangeal joints=ginglymus
common characteristics of synovial joints
joint capsule (ligament)
supporting ligaments
synovial membrane
articular cartilage
endpoints to their ROM
excercise that involves upward scapular rotation
lateral dumbell raises
What excercise best for upward scapular rotation
isokinetic machine technology
controlling velocity of limb movement with a machine

measure force production at any given ROM
static (isometric) contraction
no movement
eccentric contraction
lowering the weight
which plane does hip flexion occur?
frontal (coronal)
3 classes of levers
1st-axis is MF-----A-----RF

2nd-axis is MF----RF----A

3rd-axis is RF----MF----A = most common
What class lever for biceps brachii?
3rd class MF-----RF----A
what kind of lever is triceps brachii?
1st class MF--------A-------RF
what is the name of the elbow ligament that allows the radius to move and also holds it in place?
annular ligament
location of deltoid tuberosity anatomical position
on the side, lateral
What carpal bone is located in the tendon of the flexor carpi ulnaris?
What muscles attach to the coracoid process?
coracobrachialis, biceps brachii-short head
What are the muscles of the rotator cuff?
supraspinatus, infraspinatus, teres minor, subscapularis
What are the components of the coracoclavicular ligament?
conoid ligament, and trapezoid ligament
What nerve innervates the lattisimus dorsi?
force couple with which parts of trapezius?
II and IV
nerve innervates triceps brachii
radial nerve
damage to long thoracic nerve impairs which muscle?
serratus anterior
actions of the interossei muscles of the hand?
adduct and abduct respective fingers
what are the three major flexors of the human elbow?
biceps brachii, brachialis, and brachioradialis
what are the insertions of the trapezius muscle?
base of skull, cervical vertebrae, thoracic vertebrae
subscapularis and teres major muscles actions and attachments?
both medial rotation of arm, teres major adducts arm and extends arm also
Teres major origin and insertion
inferior angle of scapula, medial lip of intertubercular goove of humerus
subscapularis origin insertion
subscapular fossa, lesster tubercle humerus
exercise for serratus anterior?
anatomical snuffbox tendons?
extensor pollicus brevis tendon, extensor pollicus longus tendon
flexor carpi radialis origin insertion
medial epicondyle, base of 2nd metacarpal
palmaris longus origin insertion
medial epicondyle of humerus, palmar aponeurosis
what nerve harmed in carpal tunnel syndrome?
median nerve
pectoralis major origin insertion
clavicle; sternum, greater tubercle of humerus
what types of receptors are found in human knee for stretch reflex?
muscle spindle
What muscles are used in the early/late cocking phase of a pitcher?
deltoid, supraspinatus, infraspinatus, teres minor.

concentric contraction
What muscles are used in the acceleration phase for the pitcher?
pectoralis major, latissimus dorsi, subscapularis

concentric contraction
What muscles are used in the follow-through phase in pitching?
infraspinatus, teres minor

contract eccentrically