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biceps brachii
O=coracoid process (short); tubercle above glenoid cavity (long)
I=radial tuberosity
A=flexes elbow joint & supinates forearm
N=musculocutaneous nerve
brachioradialis
O=lat. supracondylar ridge at distal humerus
I=base of styloid process of radius
A=weakly synergist of flexing arm at elbow
N=radial nerve
brachialis
O=ant. shaft of humerus
I=coronoid process of ulna & capsule of elbow joint
A=major forearm flexor; lifts unla as biceps lifts radius
N=musculocutaneous nerve
triceps brachii
O=tubercle below glenoid cavity (long); post. humerus (lat.); post. humerus distal to radial groove (medial)
I=olecranon process of ulna
A=powerful extensor of forearm; long head tendon may help stabilize shoulder joint and assist in arm adduction
N=radial nerve
anconeus
O=smooth surface at lower extremity of posterior aspect of lateral epicondyle of humerus
I=lateral side of olecranon
A=weak extensor of elbow; abducts ulna in pronation
N=radial nerve
pronator teres
O=med. epicondyle of humerus & coronoid process of ulna
I=midshaft lat. radius
A=pronates forearm; weak flexor of elbow
N=median nerve
pronator quadratus
O=distal portion of ant. ulnar shaft
I=distal surface of ant. radius
A=pronates forearm; helps hold ulna & radius together
N=median nerve