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NWHSU Mash GA1Q3OI

NWHSU Mash GA1Q3 Origin Insertion

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origin of trapezius EOP, Ligamentum Nuchae, Spinous Process of C7-T12
insertion of trapezius UPPER: lateral 1/3 of Clavicle and the Acromion of Scapula MIDDLE: Spine of the Scapula LOWER: Root of Spine of Scapula
Insertion of Subscapularis M. lesser tubercle of humerus
origin of serratus posterior superior Caudal Ligamentum Nuchae, SP of C7-T3
Insertion of serratus POSTERIOR superior Lateral surface of ribs 2-5
Insertion of serratus POSTERIOR inferior Ribs 8-12 Inferior Border
Origin of serratus anterior m. lateral surface of upper 8 ribs
Insertion of serratus anterior. Vertebral Border of Scapula - Anterior Surface
Origin of Levator Scapulae. C1-C4 Transverse Processes
origin of pectoralis major claviular head: medial half of clavicle, sternocostal head: sternum cartilages of superior 6 ribs, aponeurosis of external oblique muscle
Origin of pectoralis minor m. anterior surface of ribs 3,4,5
Insertion of pectoralis minor m. Coracoid Process of the Scapula
a muscle which inserts on the coracoid process of the scapula pectoralis minor
origin of subclavius muscle 1st rib costocartilage junction
insertion of the rhomboids MINOR only Root of Spine of Scapula
Forms the lateral border of the "triangle of auscultation". Medial border of Scapula
Origin of long head of the biceps brachii Supraglenoid tubercle
Origin of short head of the biceps brachii. Coracoid Process of the Scapula
Insertion of teres major medial lip of bicipital groove of humerus
Insertion of teres minor. Inferior facet of the greater tubercle of the humerus
Rotator cuff muscle that inserts on the lower facet of the greater tubercle. Teres Minor
Origin of lateral head of the triceps (Be specific). Posterior Humerus Above Spiral Groove
Insertion of latissimus dorsi. Bicipital Groove of Humerus
Origin of anconeus lateral epicondlyle of humerus
Insertion of anconeous. Olecranon Process & Upper Posterior Surface of the Ulna
origin off lateral epicondyle and insertion on olecranon process anconeus
Origin of brachialis muscle (BE SPECIFIC) Lower half of anterior shaft of humerus
Insertion of brachialis m. tuberosity and coronoid process of ulna
insertion of the brachioradialis muscle styloid process of radius
Muscle inserting into the styloid process of the radius, it provides flexion of the elbow in the neutral position. Brachioradialis
Insertion of pronator teres. Middle Lateral Shaft of Radius
Insertion of pronator quadratus distal 4th of anterior radius
DEEP muscle that inserts on the distal anterior radius. Pronator Quadratus
Muscle that originates below the radial notch on posterior ulna and posterior capsule; it inserts between anterior and posterior oblique lines on anterior surface of proximal radius supinator m.
Common origin of the extensors located in the forearm. Lateral Epicondyle of the Humerus (common extensor tendon
COMMON origin of the flexors in the forearm medial epicondyle of humerus
Insertion of flexor carpi radialis base of 2nd, 3rd metacarpal
Insertion of flexor carpi ulnaris. Hamate Carpal Bone, Pisiform Carpal Bone, Base of 5th Metacarpal
Insertion of extensor carpi radialis longus. Base of the 2nd Metacarpal
Insertion of extensor carpi radialis brevis Base of 3rd Metacarpal
Insertion of extensor carpi radialis Longus - Base of 2nd Metacarpal; Brevis - Base of 3rd Metacarpal
insertion of extensor carpi ulnaris Base of 5th Metacarpal
Name the muscles that insert into the 2nd (middle) and 3rd (distal) phalanges via the extensor expansion. extensor digitorum, extensor digiti minimi, extensor indicis
Muscle that originates from the posterior ulna, radius and interosseous membrane; it inserts into the base of the 1st metacarpal Abductor Pollicus Longus
Insertion of palmaris longus. Palmar Aponeurosis & Flexor Retinaculum
specific joints extended by extensor indicis wrist, index finger at PIP, DIP, MP joint
Insertion of extensor expansion lumbricals of the hand, extensor indicis m., dorsal and palmar interossei; and retinacular ligament
Insertion of extensor pollicis brevis. Base of Proximal Phalanx of Thumb
Insertion of flexor pollicis longus. Distal Phalanx of Thumb
Insertion of flexor digitorum profundus bases of distal phlanges of 4 fingers
In detail, describe the insertion of the extensor digitorum muscle. Via Extensor Expansion 4 fingers, into base of the 2nd & 3rd Phalanges & Inter Phalangeal Joints (PIP & DIP)
describe the insertion of extensor digitorum via the extensor expansion of the 4 fingers into the base of the 2nd and 3rd phalanges
insertion of extensor expansion 4 phalanges
Insertion of extensor expansion. Sides and Shafts of the middle and distal phalanx of the 4 fingers
Created by: AnatomyMash