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upper muscles

muscles in arms chest upper back

deltoid (origin) distal 1/3 of clavicle, acromian process, lateral spine of scapula.
deltoid (insertion) deltoid tuberosity of humerous.
pectoralis major (origin) clavicle sternum, costal cartilage
Pectoralis major (insertion) crest of greater tuberacle of humerous.
coracobrachalis (origin) apex of coracoid process
Coracobrachalis (insertion) medial humerous
teres major (origin) inferior angle of scapula
teres major (insertion) medial lip of intertubicular sulcus
teres minor (origin) lower most part of the intertubicular sulcus
biceps brachii long head (origin) superior supraglenoid tubercle
biceps brachii long head/ short head (insertion) radia tuberocity
bicep brachii short head (origin) coracoid process
brachialis (origin) distal anterior surface of humerous
brachialis (insertion) coracoid process of ulna
brachioradialis (Origin) lateral supracondyle of the humerus
brachioradialis (insertion) radial syloid process
triceps brachii long head (origin) infralenoid tuberacle
triceps brachii lateral head (origin) posterior humerus
triceps medial (origin) posterior distal humerus
triceps (insertion) olecron process
latissimus dorsi (origin) spinous process of lower thoracic vertebre,lumbar & sacral vertebrae, illiac crest, lower 3-4 ribs
latissimus dorsi (insertion) lower interbicular sulcus
supraspinatus (origin) medial 2/3 of supraspinatus fossa of scapula
supraspinatus (insertion) superior facet of greater tuberacle
infaspinatus (origin) infraspinatus fossa
infaspinatus (insertion) middle facet of greater tuberacle
subscapularis (origin) subscapular fossa
subscapularis (insertion) lesser tuberacle of humerus
serratus anterior origin upper 8-9 ribs
serratus anterior insertion anterior surface of vertebral border and inferior angle of scapula
pectoralis minor (origin) ribs 3-5
pectoralis minor (insertion) coracoid process
sternocleidomastoid origin superior border of anterior surface of medial clavicle and manubruim
sternocleidomastoid insertion lateral surface of mastoid process & superior nucheal lines
trapezius origin occipital protuberance, nuchal lines, C6-T12, spinous processes
rhomboid major origin spinous process of T1-T5
rhomboid major insertion vertebral border
rhomboid minor origin spinous process C7-T1
rhomboid minor insertion vertebral border
levator scapulate origin transverse process of C1-C4
levator scapulate insertion superior angle of scapula
muscles in rotater cuff suprspinatus, infraspinatus, subscapularis, trapezius (S.I.T.S.)
Created by: conman_16



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