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12 Cards in this Set

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where does musculocutaneous n go distally
it pierce the coracobrachialis and run between bicep brachii and brachialis.
what is the medial border of axilla
upper 6 ribs , its intercostal space and the serratus anterior
what is the lat border of axilla
the bicipital groove or the short head of bicep brachii
distinguish the diff between medial brachial cutaneous n and med anteb. cut. n
brachial is higher but smaller than the antebrachial and it sometimes sent branch to the intercostal brachial n.
what makeup the roof of axilla
the clavicle , scapula and 1st rib
what could happen if the roof of the axilla got compressed
thoracic outlet syndrome, usually c7, c8 of inf trunk and have pain in the ulnar n and med anteb. cut. n
the baby was borned with arm abducted too much. it damage c8, T1. what's this paralysis called
klumpke's paralysis
damage to the long thoracic wall can cause weakness to this muscle and this syndrome
weakness to serratus ant. and cause winged scapula because without the serratus anterior to hold it firmly against the thoracic wall.
name the two part of insertion of bicep within the cubital fossa
one is tendon which is lateral and bicipital aponeurosis being the medial
name three veins in the cubital fossa
basilic , median cubital, and cephalic
what artery begin at the level of teres maj
brachial a
what form the floor of cubital fossa
brachialis m. and partially by the supinator m.