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anatomy quiz 5

bones of shoulders

scapular sling *rhomoiod major *rhomoid minor *levator scapula *trapizeus *serratus anterior *pectoralis minor
Rotator Cuff/ S.I.T.S *supraspinatus *infraspinatus *teres minor *subscapularis
Anterior Brachium: 3 *biceps brachii *brachialis *coracobrachialis
posterior brachium: 1 *triceps brachii
axilla: armpit 4separate walls..... *Anterior/ pec major *Medial/ serratus anterior *Posterior/latissimus dorsi/teres major *Lateral/coracobrachialis
Bicipital Groove grop: 3 *Pectoralis major *Teres major *Latissimus dorsi
bones of shoulder clavicle, scapula, hemurus, ball&socket circumducion
rotator cuff enables the glenuhumeral joint to be the most mobile joint in the body b/c its supported mainly by tendons.
DELTIODS: 3 HEADS * Anterior * Middle * Posterior
Biceps Brachii and how many joints does it cross and what are they? * 2 heads * crosses 3 joints; glenuhumeral, radio ulna, humeral ulna.
Carpal Tunnel 10 Structures; Flexor digitorum SUPERFICIALIS * 4 TENDONS
Flexor digitorum PROFUNDUS * 4TENDONS
Carpal Tunnel 4 of 10 Structures; Flexor POLLICISLONGUS * 1 TENDON
Carpal Tunnel 4 of 10 Structures; MEDIAN NERVE * 1 TENDON
triceps brachii how many heads and how many joints does it cross? * 3 heads * crosess 2 joints
Created by: jesmaria