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These are the surface landmark of scapula
Superior angle of the scapula at level T2
Spine of the scapula T3
Inferior angle of T7
This region of the deltoid fiber flex and medially rotate the arm
Anterior Fiber
This region of deltoid fiber extend and laterally rotate the arm
Posterior Fiber
These muscles attach to the greater tubercle of the humerus and laterally rotate the arm
Infraspinatus Muscle
Teres Minor muscle
This muscle attach to the upper part of the greater tubercle and is an abductor or the arm with deltoid muscle
Supraspinatus Muscle
This muscle attach to lesser tubercle, medial rotator of the arm and help prevent anterior dislocation of the head of humerus
Subscapularis Muscle
This muscle is attach to the crest of lesser tubercle or the medial lip of the intertubercular groove of the humerus and is a extensor, internal rotator and adductor of the humerus
Teres major muscle
These muscles of the shoulder are innervated by suprascapular nerve C5,6
Supraspinatus muscle
Infraspinatus Muscle
These muscle of the shoulder are innervated by subscapular nerve
Subscapular Muscle (upper)
Teres major muscle (Lower)
These muscles of the shoulder are innervated by the axillary nerve
Deltoid Muscle
Teres Minor muscle
These are the two bursa of the shoulder joint
Subacromial bursa
Subdeltoid bursa
This shoulder bursa is located between acromion, deltoid above and the tendon of the supraspinatus below
Subacromial bursa
These are the border of the quadrangular space
Long head of the triceps M
Teres Minor Muscle
Teres majors muscle
Lateral head of triceps M
This artery is found in the triangular space
Circumflex Scapular Artery
These structure run in the quadrangular space
Posterior circumflex humeral A
Axillary nerve
This nerve can be damage from the dislocation of the humerus or fracture of the surgical neck of the humeral
Axillary nerve
This nerve travel below the superior transverse scapular ligament
Suprascapular Nerve
This artery travel above the superior transverse scapular ligament
Suprascapular Artery
The suprascapular nerve and Artery enter the infrascapular fossa through
Spinoglenoid Notch
These are the structure of the
1st branch of subclavian artery
Vertebral artery
Thyrocervical Trunk A
internal Thoracic A
This artery is found in the second part of subclavian artery
Costocervical Trunk
Elbow joint are form by these structures
Trochlea of the humerus
Capitulum of the humerus
Trochlear notch of ulna
Head of the radius
This entire muscle abduct the arm
Deltoid Muscle
These ligament strengthened the elbow joint
Radial collateral ligament
Ulna collateral ligament
The main movement of the elbow
Flexion
Extension
These structures connect the radius and ulna
Proximal and distal radioulnar joint
Interosseous
This joint is located between the head of the radius and the radial notch of the ulna
proximal joint
This ligament encircle the head of the radius, causes the radius to rotate within the ligament but cannot be pulled downward
Annular ligament
This joint is form by head of ulna and the ulnar notch of the radius
Distal radioulnar joint
This disc stretch between the ulnar notch of the radius and styloid process of the ulna
Articular disc
This disc separate distal end of the ulna and distal radioulnar joint from the wrist joint
Articular disc
These are the bones of carpal bone
Scaphoid Lunate
Triquetral Pisiform
Trapezium Trapezoid
Capitate Hamate
These bones form the wrist joint
Scaphoid
lunate
Triquetral
These are the main movement at the wrist joint
Flexion
Extension
Abduction or Radial Deviation
Adduction or Ulnar Deviation
Dinner-fork deformity, the distal radial epiphysis likely to dislocate in growing child is an example of
Extension-compression fracture
Extension-compression fracture of distal radius
Colles Fracture
Flexion-compression fracture of the distal radius is an example of
Smith Fracture
These are the cutaneous nerves of the arm and forearm
Medial cutaneous nerve of arm and forearm
Lateral cutaneous nerve of forearm
This cutaneous nerve of the arm and forearm are branches of the brachial plexus
Medial cutaneous nerve of are and forearm
This cutaneous nerve of arm and forearm are continuation of musculocutaneou nerve of the forearm
Lateral cutaneous nerve of forearm
This cutaneous nerve of the arm and forearm are branches of radial nerve
posterior cutaneous nerve of arm and forearm
This cutaneous nerve of the arm is a branch of axillary nerve and supply the skin over the deltoid region
Upperlateral cutaneous nerve of the arm
This superficial vein is on the lateral side of the arm and forearm
Cephalic vein
This superficial vein is on the medial side of the arm and forearm
Basilic vein
The cephalic and basilic vein communicate to form the
Median Cubital vein
Blood is usually drawn from this vein
Median Cubital vein