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Upper Extremity

Muscles of the body-Upper extremity

MuscleLocation
Pectoralis Minor underneath major, clavicle to ribs
Serratus anterior over ribs, connects to scapula, shirtless man
Trapezius looks like T on posterior, massaging muscle, goes from high neck to shoulder down to latissimus dorsi
Levator scapulae from the transverse processes of C1 to C4 to the superior angle of the scapula; deep to trapezius
Rhomboid major and minor shaped like rhombuses; from spinous processes of the vertebrae (C7-T5) to medial scapular border
Pectoralis major superficial, pec muscle
Latissimus dorsi big back muscle; superficial; medial lip of bicipital groove of humerus to spinous processes from T7 through the Sacrum
Deltoid shoulder muscle, superficial
Teres major surface of scapula; superficial even though deep to LD, can be seen right above it
Teres minor seen right above major but deep to it; scapular muscle; greater tubercle of humerus to bottom tip of scapula
Coracobrachialis deep to biceps; anterior; coracoid process of scapula to medial aspect of humerus shaft
Infraspinatus deep to deltoid on posterior; on scapula below the spine; Infraspinous fossa of scapula to greater tubercle of humerus
supraspinatus from supraspinous fossa of scapula to greater tubercle of humerus; above spine of scapula
biceps brachii big, superficial; from glenoid cavity/coracoid process to tuberosity of radius
Brachialis deep to biceps; anterior surface of distal half of humerus to coronoid process/tuberosity of ulna
triceps brachii lateral head and long head on posterior side of biceps. from glenoid cavity/proximal end of humerus to olecranon w/fascia to forearm
Brachioradialis mast. muscle in arm; from ridge of humerus to lateral surface of radius near styloid process
pronator teres from coronoid process of ulna to lateral surface of radial shaft
pronator quadratus anterior wrist muscle when in AP.
Supinator outside of elbow in AP; pronator teres in inside in AP; from epicondyle of humerus to proximal 1/3 of radius
Flexor carpi ulnaris flexes carpal bones on medial side of forearm over ulna; deep to flexor digitorum superficialis
Flexor carpi radialis most lateral flexor; order goes brachioradialis, flexor carpi radialis, palmaris longus, flexor carpi ulnaris
Flexor digitorum superficialis intermediate flexor on forearm; deep to other flexors; superficial to profundus; tendons go through fingers
palmaris longus middle flexor; superficial; in between radialis and ulnaris on anterior side of forearm
flexor digitorum profundus deep to digitorum superficialis; tendons are in tops of fingers; medial to flexor pollicis longus
Flexor pollicis longus deep flexor in forearm, can be seen next to
Extensor carpi radialis longus
Extensor carpi radialis brevis
Extensor carpi ulnaris posterior, looking from top w/hand down, the most lateral, AP most medial
Created by: libbygrace7