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81 Cards in this Set

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These are the anterior muscle of the arm
Biceps Brachial Muscle
Coracobrachialis Muscle
Brachialis Muscle
The short head of the biceps brachii muscle insert here
Coracoid process
Coracobrachialis muscle originate from here
Coracoid Process
The long head of biceps brachii muscle originate here
Supraglenoid Tubercle of Scapula
The long head of the biceps brachii muscle insert here
Intertubercular groove
Between greater and lesser tubercle
The two heads of the biceps brachii insert here
Radial Tuberosity, upper end of radius
Biceps brachii tendon give off a strong expansion that blend with the deep fascia over the flexor muscles
Bicipital Aponeurosis
At the shoulder joint biceps brachii muscle is a
Abductor of the shoulder
The biceps brachii muscle is bent at the bicipital groove without association with
Sesamoid Bone
This muscle is a flexor and adductor of the arm
Coracobrachialis muscle
This muscle flexes the elbow and is the strongest supinator of forearm
Biceps Brachii muscle
Coracobrachialis muscle insert here
Anteromedial surface of humerus
The brachialis muscle originate here
Lower half of anterior humerus
Intermuscular sept
The brachialis muscle insert here
Ulnar Tuberosity
This muscle flexes of the forearm
Brachialis Muscle
This nerve innervate biceps brachii muscle, Coracobrachialis muscle and brachialis muscle
Musculocutaneous Nerve
This nerve may be damage from midshaft fracture
Musculocutaneous Nerve
These movements could be interfer with if the musculocutaneous nerve is damage at the shoulder and elbow joint
Weakening of the supination
The long head of this muscle originate from infraglenoid tubercle of the scapula
Long head of the Tricep brachii Muscle
The three heads of the tricep brachii insert here
proximal end of the Olecranon
The chief extensor muscle of the elbow joint is
Triceps Brachii muscle
This head of the tricep brachii muscle crosses the shoulder joint and aid in extension and adduction or the arm
Long head of the Tricep brachii
This muscle attaches to lateral epicondyle, lateral side of olecranon, adjacent part of the ulna and has a triangular shape
Anconeus muscle
This nerve innervate the tricep brachii muscle and the Anconeus muscle
Radial Nerve
These muscles causes flexion at the shoulder joint
Anterior deltoid Muscle
Clavicular pectoralis Muscle
Coracobrachialis Muscle
Long head of biceps brachii M
The trapezium muscle and Serratus anterior muscle causes the scapula (shoulder joint) to
Flexion with lateral rotation
These muscles causes the extension of shoulder joint and accompanying by medial rotation and elevation of scapula
Latissimus dorsi Muscle
Sternocostal part of pectoralis Major muscle
Posterior deltoid muscle
Teres major muscle
Long head of the triceps brachii muscle
These muscles causes the abduction of the shoulder joint
Deltoid muscle
Supraspinatus Muscle
These muscles are adductor of the shoulder joint
Latissimus dorsi muscle
Pectoralis Major muscle
Teres Major muscle
These muscles are medial rotator of the scapula and adductor of the shoulder joint
Long head of Triceps brachii muscule
Coracobrachialis Muscle
These muscles are medial rotator of the shoulder joint
Pectoralis Major muscle
Anterior Deltoid muscle
Latissimus Dorsi muscle
Teres major muscle
This muscle medially rotate shoulder joint when the arm is by your side
Subscapularis Muscle
These muscles are lateral rotator of shoulder joint
Infraspinatus Muscle
Posterior Deltoid muscle
Teres minor muscle
These muscles are flexor of the elbow
Brachialis Muscle
Biceps brachii muscle
Brachioradialis muscle
These four nerves passes through the arm
Median nerve
Ulnar nerve
Radial nerve
Musculocutaneous nerve
This nerve passes through coracobrachialis muscle, supply all anterior arm muscle and continue on the forearm as lateral antebrachial cutaneous nerve
Musclocutaneous Nerve
This nerve give no branch in the arm but supply all anterior forearm muscle
Median Nerve
Median nerve do not innervate these forearm muscles
Flexor Carpi Ulnaris muscle
Flexor digitorum profundus muscle
This nerve give no branches in the arm but travel between medial epicondyle and olecranon of the forearm
Ulnar nerve
The ulnar nerve supply these forearm muscle
Flexor carpi ulnaris muscle
Flexor digitorum profundus muscle
This nerve travel to the back of the arm and supply all the posterior muscle and skin of the upper limb
Radial Nerve
The artery begin below the teres major muscle
Brachial Artery
These are the three arteries the brachial artery give off
Deep or profunda brachial A
Superior Ulnar collateral A
Inferior Ulnar collateral A
In the cubital fossa brachial artery divide into
Radial Artery
Ulnar Artery
This brachial artery travel with ulnar nerve behind the medial epicondyle
Superior Ulnar collateral N
This branch of the brachial artery is above elbow
Inferior ulnar collateral A
These are the branches of the profundus brachial artery
Middle collateral or Posterior descending Artery
Radial Collateral Artery
This branch of the profundus brachial artery descend on the back of lateral epicondyle
Middle Collateral or Posterior descending Artery
This branch of the profunda brachial artery passes in front of the lateral epicondyle
Radial collateral Artery
These ligaments are on the anterior surface of the wrist
Palmar Carpal
Flexor Retinaculum
This ligament acrosses the wrist laterally from scaphoid and trapezium and medially from pisiform and hook of hamate
Flexor Retinaculum
Flexor retinaculum convert carpal groove into
Carpal Tunnel
These structures travel through the carpal tunnel
Flexor digitorum superficialis Muscle
Flexor digitorum profundus muscle
Flexor pollicis longus muscle
Median nerve
This ligament is on the dorsal side of the wrist
Extensor Retinaculum
These muscles makeup the boundary of the cubital fossa
Laterally, pronator teres M
Medially, Brachioradialis M
Floor, Brachialis M
Floor, Supinator M
These structures enter the cubital fossa
Median nerve
Brachial Artery
Tendon of the biceps brachial Muscle
This nerve travel between the two head of the pronator teress muscle
Median nerve
This muscle expand into the palmar aponeurosis and stabilizes the palmar skin
Palmaris Longus Muscle
This muscle is attach to the base of the second metacarpal and third metacarpal
Flexor Carpi Radialis Muscle
Flexor Carpi radialis muscle with flexor carpi ulnaris muscle and some flexor digitorum superficial muscle causes the wrist to
Flexor carpi radialis muscle acting with extensor muscle causes the hand to
This nerve travel between the two head of flexor carpi ulnaris
Ulnar Nerve
This muscle is attach to the pisiform bone, hamate bone and the 5th metacarpal bone by ligament
Flexor Carpi Ulnar muscle
Flexor carpi ulnar muscle with other flexor muscles causes the wrist to
Flexor carpi ulnaris muscle with extensor muscles causes the wrist to
These nerves travel between the two heads of flexor digitorum superficialis muscle
Median Nerve
Ulnar nerve
The flexor digitorum superficialis muscle is attach to
Middle phalanges of the 4th medial digits
This muscle flexes joints of middle phalanges of the proximal interphalangeal and the proximal phalanges of the metacarpointerphalangeal
Flexor digitorum superficial M
These are the superficial muscles of the anterior antebrachial muscle
Pronator teres M
Palmaris Longus M
Flexor Carpi Radialis M
Flexor Carpi Ulnaris M
Flexor digitorum Superficial M
This muscle is attach to the distal phalanges of 4 medial finger and split with flexor digitorum tendon
Flexor Digitorum Profundus M
This muscle flexes the distal phalanges after flexor digitorum superficialis bent the middle phalange assist in flexing the wrist
Flexor digitorum profundus M
This muscle's tendon goes to index finger
Flexor digitorum Profundus M
This muscle is the primary flexor of the distal interphalangeal
Flexor Digitorum Profundus M
These muscles are the deep flexor of the anterior antebrachial muscle
Flexor Digitorum Profundus M
Flexor pollicis Longus M
Pronator Quadratus M
These are the three synovial compartment at the wrist
Ulnar bursa
Radial bursa
Third compartment contain the tendon of the flexor Carpi radialis
The ulnar bursa compartment contain tendon of
Flexor digitorum superficial M
Flexor digitorum profundus M
The radial bursa compartment contain the tendon of
Flexor Pollicis Longus M
The third synovial compartment contain tendon of
Flexor carpi radialis M
This fibrous sheath is attach to the periosteum of the phalanges
Fibrous Flexor Sheath
Tendons are attached to the phalanges by this thin fibrous slip
Blood are transmitted to the tendon by