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o. supraspinous fossa

i. greater tubercle of the humerus by a thick tendon
teres major
o. caudal angle and adjacent caudal borer of the scapula; the caudal surface of the subscapularis

i. teres major tuberosity of the humerus
long head of tricep
o. caudal border of the scapula

i. olecranon tuber
o. supraglenoid tubercle

i. ulnar and radial tuberosities
extensor carpi radialis
o. lateral supracondylar crest

i. small tuberosities on the dorsal surfaces of the base of metacarpals II and III
flexor carpi ulnaris
o. ulnar head-caudal border and medial surface of the olecranon humeral head-the medial epicondyle of the humerus

i. accessory carpal bone
common digital extensor
o. lateral epicondyle of humerus

i. extensor process of all the phalanges of digits II, III, IV, and V,
superficial digital flexor
o. medial epicondyle of the humerus

i. palmar surface of base (proximal end) of middle phalanges of digits 2-5.
deep digital flexor
o. humeral head-medial epicondyle of the humerus
ulnar head-proximal 3/4's of caudal border of the ulna
radial head-middle third of the medial border of the radius

i. palmar surface of the base (proximal end) of the distal phalanx of each digit
lateral head of tricep
o. tricipital line of the humerus

i. olcranon tuber
accessory head of tricep
o. neck of humerus

i. olecranon tuber
medial head of tricep
o. crest of the lesser tubercle near the teres major tuberosity

i. olecranon